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review SPOILER ALERT! 2018-07-13 17:15
Know the different Abortion Pills that you can use at various pregnancy ages.

Medical termination is the best method of getting an abortion and this is also known to be one of the safest methods of getting an abortion and this can be also done at home. You just need to sit at home and follow the exact rules and regulations so that the entire pregnancy can be easily terminated without any parts remaining.

There are a lot of Abortion Pills that can help you to get an abortion, but it needs to be taken according to the exact method. The Abortion Pills are supposed to be taken only when you have a clear health history like if you are suffering from any problem related to heart or if you are suffering from the problem of liver or suffering from the blood pressure problem. Those who are taking these Abortion Pills should make sure that they are above the age of 35 and those who are below the age of 18.

Normally those who are suffering from the uterine pregnancy type can take the Abortion Pills and those who are suffering from the ectopic pregnancy type should make sure that you do not take this abortion medicine and rather go for the surgical abortion.

The available termination pills are the Mifepristone and Misoprostol kit which can be taken to get a 1st-trimester abortion. You can take both the Mifepristone and Misoprostol pill and you can take either one of the medication either Mifepristone pills or the Misoprostol pill depending upon your exact pregnancy period.

If you want to buy Abortion Pills online then you should make sure that your pregnancy age is of 1st trimester that is 12 weeks. If you are willing to take Misoprostol pill for abortion then you should make sure that take 12 pills of Misoprostol when the pregnancy period is 12 weeks in case of lower pregnancy period you can combine the Misoprostol pills along with the Mifepristone pills. If you want to have an abortion at 9 weeks then you can take one pill of Mifepristone and 4 pills of Misoprostol which is also present in the MTP Kit or the Abortion Pill pack.

All the termination pills will give you the same type of side-effects that is you will definitely face from the problem of vaginal bleeding and also face the problem of vaginal cramps. If any of the abortion affects you face then you should know that you are proceeding towards a successful abortion. You should make sure that if any of the side-effects exceed the normal limit then you should meet the doctor immediately. In case of excessive vaginal pains, you can first keep a hot pack on your belly and you can take a painkiller ibuprofen to decrease the pain but you should make sure you do not take too much of painkiller as this will slow your abortion process.

At times those who are residing in the USA may not get access to over the counter Abortion Pill and so they can buy Abortion Pill online USA.

Precautionary step:

If you are wearing any IUD device then you should remove it before the abortion process as your pain will intensify.

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review 2018-07-08 22:30
Your Turn FOR Care - very specialized, read for work
Your Turn for Care: Surviving the Aging and Death of the Adults Who Harmed You - Laura S. Brown

This is a book about relating to elders, caregiving, and death for people whose personal childhood story was a horror movie, not a Hallmark card.


For those adults who are pursuing relationships with and/or becoming caregivers to elders who were reasonably loving, decent, and honorable in their relationships with you, those complications are difficult in and of themselves...


There is a group of adults whose dilemmas in dealing with the aging, illness, and death of elders are complex beyond the norm. This book is for those folks—for adults raised in families that were frightening, confusing, dangerous, sometimes criminal in their treatment of their children. The elders in these families are...people who...behaved in vicious, venal, abusive, and/or neglectful ways to those children. You are those children, grown into adults confronted with cultural and social demands to relate to those elders, and sometimes to step into the caregiver role.


This is an almost one-of-a-kind resource, since nobody seems to have put together two clear facts: a huge number of children are abused in childhood, and [in the US] a full 60% of elderly people are being cared for solely by family. That number increases to 95% if we include family taking any role in caregiving for a family member. So it is clear that many people who were abused in childhood are now caring for that abusive parent/primary caregiver in their elderly years. 


Surprisingly, there was nothing in the self-help literature (and there seems to be little or no scholarly research finished or even in process) for those adult children who are now either feeling pressured to care for their former abusive caregiver or who are already doing so. 


Obviously this can be problematic on a number of levels.


I'm only writing this review so others will know of this resource. Written in a very open and non-prescriptive style, readers can take what they need and ignore the rest. For those who want much clearer "do this" and "don't do that" guidance, this may feel somewhat nebulous. The bottom line comes down to "you do not have to care for this person who harmed you when you were the vulnerable one." 


There is tremendous personal and societal pressure to take on the role of caregiver to an elderly person, but that may be a very bad idea for a number of reasons -- both to the adult child and to the formerly abusive older person. (And not every abusive person becomes lovely and kind in old age. They may continue some abusive patterns throughout life.)


Unfortunately, the US medical system doesn't much care if this person terrorized you, they will assume you either should or must take on this new project. Armed at least with one resource, hopefully we can avoid everyone feeling like they must be the primary caregiver to the person who failed so horribly in this role years before.

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url 2018-06-27 11:10
Get a MMJ Card for Better Treatment

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review 2018-06-15 17:16
Review: “The Flesh Cartel #5: Wins and Losses (The Flesh Cartel Season 2: Fragmentation)” (The Flesh Cartel, #5) by Rachel Haimowitz & Heidi Belleau
The Flesh Cartel #5: Wins and Losses (The Flesh Cartel Season 2: Fragmentation) - Heidi Belleau,Rachel Haimowitz


Please note that this is my rating for the entire series!


This 19-book novella series felt more like a long book that's been divided into 19 chapters, and it feels kinda weird to rate each chapter of a book individually (and it also couldn't possibly do the whole story justice this way).


But if I HAD to rate this instalment on its own, my rating would be:




~ 4 stars ~


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review 2018-06-14 07:58
The Inflatable Woman (Graphic Novel) by Rachael Ball
The Inflatable Woman - Rachael Ball

Iris (or balletgirl_42 as she's known on the Internet dating circuit) is a zookeeper looking for love when she is diagnosed with breast cancer. Overnight, her life becomes populated by a carnival of daunting hospital characters. Despite the attempts of her friends--Maud, Grandma Suggs, Larry the Monkey, and a group of singing penguins--to comfort her, her fears begin to encircle her, and she clings to the attention of a lighthouse keeper called sailor_buoy_39. The Inflatable Woman combines magical realism with the grit of everyday life to create a poignant and surreal journey inside the human psyche.





Zookeeper Iris is an active member on a number of online dating sites. While on the hunt for Mr. Right, she is sidelined with a breast cancer diagnosis. Though she is surrounded by support from friends and family, Iris becomes consumed with fear and anxiety when she ponders her mortality. Under the online handle balletgirl_42, Iris meets a lighthouse keeper who goes by the handle sailorbuoy_39.


The two quickly develop a bond via email conversations, but Iris fears losing her lighthouse keeper should he learn the truth about her. Though she poses as a prima ballerina, in reality Iris is a heavyset woman. Would her sailor accept her as is if she comes clean?


So yes, it's a story that somewhat touches upon the topic of online catfishing, but there's actually so much more here. Inspired by her own cancer story, author / illustrator Rachael Ball crafts a tale that touches upon all the tough emotions women are tempted to swallow down and not face. Fear of acceptance, fear of mortality, anger at your body turning against you, struggles with self-esteem within a female body, the most basic need for being accepted as we are.. yes, these are universal themes regardless of gender, but this story addresses them directly from the POV of being a woman. Powerful symbolism is incorporated, such as illustration of train = giving up while emergency stop pull = will to live.



The artwork is done almost entirely in black and white except for a few pages where bits of reddish pink are intentionally & impactfully added in. Note: because struggles with depression play a part in Iris' story, there are some pages that feature somewhat dark, disturbing artwork depicting the fight within her mind. But there are also moments of levity to lighten the heavy, such as penguins dressed as nuns! (It'll make sense when you read the book yourself... maybe...).



If you've been curious to get into the graphic novel genre but don't think anime or superhero arc stories are your thing, let me recommend this one. Though the overall themes are geared towards women, there are plenty of universal feelings within Iris' story that virtually anyone can appreciate. 

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