Shweta Tiwari In A Blue Dress Shweta Tiwari sported a sleeveless keyhole-neckline blue straight dress, which was accentuated by ruffles on the bodice. Her full-length dress featured a thigh-high front slit that added stylish quotient to her look while the thin golden belt cinched her waist and added structure to her attire. The Kasautii Zindagii Kay actress completed her look with a pair of shiny silver heels that had subtle dotted prints. Shweta let loose her side-parted straight layered tresses and spruced up her look with filled brows, black eyeliner, light-hued eye shadow, and pink lip shade. … [Read more...] about Shweta Tiwari Blossoms Like A Pretty Flower In Her Blue And Yellow Dresses, Pick Your Favourite One!
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“You're in this battlefield environment and you adopt a very different mindset. So PTSD is part of your ability to react quickly to something that sounds strange,” Snow explains. “It's okay because those things that happened to you over there helped you to survive. Then you brought them back with you, but it doesn't mean that you're broken. It doesn't mean that it is going to limit you. In fact, it's an enhancement because it makes you more aware of your surroundings. It's made you more responsive to little things that other people may not pick up on.” … [Read more...] about The Post Traumatic Stress Response Helps People Avoid Danger
3. Foster psychological flexibility. It's easy to rigidly want what you want and make demands, but research suggests that couples — and families — do better when people practice psychological flexibility. Being open, aware, considering the context, and keeping perspective all go a long way in reducing negativity (and not escalating problems). Fortunately, psychological flexibility can be developed with practice. … [Read more...] about 6 Simple Steps to a Happy, Thriving Relationship
(8) Urinary and bladder incontinence: Both urinary and bowel incontinence are common near the end of life and could be due to surgery or illness, or because the person is too weak to use the bathroom . And as the kidneys are not fully functioning, the urine can be darker in colour. … [Read more...] about 10 Early And Late End-of-life Symptoms In Older Adults
Sarvannan seems to realize at the end that Satthar loved him and feels guilty for abandoning his friend and tells the whole village off for not standing up for Satthar. Ironically, while they were in the village, when she confided in him about her plans to get a surgery and her monetary needs, there is not even a single follow up question by Sarvannan on how she intended to collect the balance amount, let alone offer a single rupee or transport arrangements. All she got for love was a red lipstick to save her lips from the great danger - chewing paan, which was projected onto her by the "hero"! Without any community, peers, and support, she makes the mistake of seeing that one person who treats her like a human as a friend, as someone worthy of her love. I could not help but think that without Sarvannan in the picture, Satthar would have gone on to get her surgery, escape to a possibly more liberal Bombay and might have had a chance at a decent life, real friends and true love. While … [Read more...] about Paava Kadhaigal: An Exercise In Scandalizing A Complacent Audience By Appropriating Trauma