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Drama, Drama, Drama by Cathy T. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 29 Jun 2009 4:09pm Drama: Brought to you by Yours Truly. Thursday the kids were off school for the rest of the summer.  And the fact that I have two giant shopping bags full of crap treasures from school heightens my neurosis. Image by JohnConnell via Flickr Where, oh someone please tell me where, I’m to store a plate covered in plasticine?  [...] Read on »
Does Your Mama Love the Drama? 5 Keys to Help You Get Along with a Drama Queen by Carol O'Dell Patient Expert Posted Wed 27 May 2009 11:40pm “I could go at any time,” my mother used to say. Problem was, she started saying it about 15 years before she died! My mother, like many others loved to create drama. We were at odds. My “job” as her caregiver  was to make sure she was safe and receiving good care. If I gave into her escapades, the delicate balance of our lives could ... Read on »
Drama and more drama by Karon Posted Thu 12 Jan 2006 12:00am Sometimes I wonder why having children was so doggone important to me. I mean really, they are a lot of work and exhausting, even when they're old to take care of themselves. Wonder if my mom felt like this with all of us as we were growing up? The answer is most assuredly that she did but she was gracious enough to never ever complain about i ... Read on »
Relationship/Drama Crack: Are You Creating Your Own Dynasty Level Drama? by NML Patient Expert Posted Wed 15 Jun 2011 6:28pm There was a time when something would happen or someone would do something that I didn’t like or perceived to be hurtful and I’d go into a tailspin even if it had nothing to do with me. Being brought up in a home which had a lot of drama in it, it’s unsurprising that I found myself in dramatic relationships, experiencing drama in day to ... Read on »
Drama, Drama by Katie Patient Expert Posted Sun 03 Jul 2011 12:16am I am not sure what is going on, but I have had a couple of people contact me after getting "weird" comments from me in the past two days. So. . . if you get a comment that doesn't sound like something I would usually say to you, kindly assume it is not me. I am trying to sort out exactly what is going on and fix it. Please don't hesitate to ... Read on »
When there's no Drama, there's no Drama by maeflye Posted Thu 13 Nov 2008 12:00am But I should take time to write when things are going well. We've been having very busy yet calm days around here. Dominyk has replaced Tony as a boy scout and is much more enthusiastic. One of his PCAs is going with him and it seems to be working OK. Leon and Ricardo have started their wrestling season and this year Sadie has joined gymna ... Read on »
drama, lactic acid, and 'cross by Namrita Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Fri 31 Jul 2009 10:35am I'm still here. I have gotten away from the blogging a little bit in favor for twitter, facebook, and..oh yeah, TRAINING. Next up for me is the Ore 2 Shore 48 mile race in the upper peninsula of Michigan. It's really really far from Georgia, but I've never been up that far and Michigan is my home state. I only know one thing about this ... Read on »
TV hospital drama feeding teenage 'health fears' by GoToSee Healthy Living ProfessionalComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Mon 22 Sep 2008 11:03am 1 Comment Watching too many television hospital dramas may make you fearful about your own state of health, say Belgian psychologists. The research claims that programmes such as Casualty, Holby, ER and Grey's Anatomy have a subliminal influence. The study involved 1,300 teenagers questioning them about their TV viewing habits. Results highlighted ... Read on »
"drama pukes images" and Other Funny Ways You Found Me in 2008 by Jennifer Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 07 Jan 2009 4:36pm I've gathered some of the keywords people searched for this year that led them to this blog. Some are funny. Some are strange. Some are just gross. I've left out the obvious like Miscarriage Statistics and Types of Miscarriages which were the bulk of the keywords used this year. baby kickin on my cervix - Yeah, this baby is kickin too. ... Read on »
drama, lactic acid, and 'cross by Namrita Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 30 Jul 2009 12:00am drama, lactic acid, and 'cross I'm still here. I have gotten away from the blogging a little bit in favor for twitter , facebook, and..oh yeah, TRAINING. Next up for me is the Ore 2 Shore 48 mile race in the upper peninsula of Michigan. It's really really far from Georgia, but ... Read on »