By Shehrbano Shaukat Published: September 16, 2018 0 SHARES Share Tweet Email I could not come to terms with the fact that I was doing BBA now and could not leave the world of medicine which I was dwelling in since I was a child. As a child, I always wanted to pursue medicine. I was the kid who would memorise the names of bones from a skeleton drawn in her book and tell her dad about this achievement. Medicine was my passion from the start. As a teenager, I wanted to do something substantial in life and my goal was to be an independent woman like my mother. Working hard had become both a passion and a liability to achieve what I always wanted to do. But last year, when the time for admissions into medical colleges came, things didn’t play out so well. And as many variables are responsible for a certain thing to happen or come about, all the factors responsible for my admission into a medical college played against me. Hence, last year, I ended up in a business … [Read more...] about I wanted to be a doctor my whole life but ended up doing BBA, and life changed
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PUBLISHED: 13:30 01 September 2018 Conor Matchett Will Bilotta, who is searching for his long-lost siblings. Picture: Will Bilotta Archant What would you do if you had not seen your family in nearly 35 years? Will Bilotta when he was a child. Picture: Will BilottaThat is the question Will Bilotta, originally Will Mason, is asking himself as he approaches his 40th birthday next year.Mr Bilotta, a client services manager in Ipswich, was born in 1979, last saw his younger siblings, Belinda and Ben, when he was five and it is not a fond memory.He said police had been called to the family home after a domestic dispute and he was taken away by his Mum and step dad.Mr Bilotta believes his dad, Peter Mason, married Wendy Simmons in either Beccles Church or at the Lowestoft Registry Office, and believes Belinda was born between 1984 and 1986, and Benjamin between 1985 and 1987.Will Bilotta when he was a child. Picture: Will BilottaHe thinks his siblings are … [Read more...] about ‘I want to be a part of their life’ says man searching for long lost siblings
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Style Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Advertisement Supported by Modern Love Stung by romantic rejection, a woman finds acceptance and catharsis in a man who leaves her with bite marks and bruises. ByAly Tadros June 8, 2018 “Are you left- or right-handed?” Dan asked, walking me down the subway steps. “Right-handed,” I said. “Why?” When we stopped at the bottom, he put his arms around me and hugged tightly, nuzzling his lips into my neck. Suddenly, my vision blurred in a flash of blinding pain as I felt his teeth sink into my right shoulder. I had experienced my share of pain over the years — a broken arm, a split chin — but not like this. Never intentionally. As we had wrapped our third date earlier that night, he had asked if he could mark my foray into B.D.S.M. by biting me, and I’d said yes. I didn’t think he’d … [Read more...] about I Wanted to Be Dominated. But Not Quite Like That.
HUFFPOST PERSONAL 06/06/2018 08:15 am ET Ryan SheldonGuest Writer “How many sets of cutlery do you need with your order, sir? About four?” asked the nice lady on the phone. “Yes, that’s perfect, thanks,” I answered. When the delivery guy knocked 45 minutes later, I cracked the door just wide enough to grab the bulging bag of food. My apartment was so loud that I could barely hear him say how much I owed: $74. I reached into my wallet to grab a handful of twenties, turned my head and shouted back to my pal Riley, “Food’s here!” Transaction done, I quickly shut the door and looked into the bag at boxes and boxes of Chinese food: hot and sour soup, vegetable dumplings, crab rangoon, chicken curry, crispy beef and, of course, piles of steamed rice. Plenty of food for four friends. But here’s the truth: The noise and the request for four sets of chopsticks were just a ruse. Riley, the friend I was talking to, is my dog. I … [Read more...] about This Is What It’s Like To Be A Man With Binge-Eating Disorder
Daniel "Saint" Johnson said his brother liked to drink and party, but he'd never hurt anyone."He's not a violent person at all," Johnson, 26, said.That's why Johnson said it came as a shock to him to learn that his brother, 23-year-old Keonte Johnson, of Salem, was shot and killed at a house party last week in Roanoke County. The family is still searching for closure in the incident because they aren't clear on what happened and why.Police went to a house on Enon Drive in the Hollins area shortly before 7 a.m. May 14 for a report of shots fired. Officers found a 34-year-old woman and 34-year-old man suffering from gunshot wounds. They also found Johnson — who celebrated his birthday the day before — dead after being shot.Police haven't made any arrests and are still investigating, spokeswoman Amy Whittaker said Monday.It's unclear what transpired at the house that morning. Police had gone to the house three hours prior to the shooting to check on a report of a loud … [Read more...] about Brother of man killed in Roanoke County: ‘I want to talk to him one more time’