Once again, we are shining the spot light on other websites that we feel may be of interest to our readers. This is the first blog carnival that we have hosted and learning from this experience will help us to improve upon future carnivals and guidelines. Without further adieu…
Welcome to the April 13, 2009 edition of woman to woman.
Aparna presents Home remedies for PMS posted at Beauty and Personality Grooming, saying, “A woman, who is normally calm and courteous, shows a marked change in her behavior on certain days of the month. If she is the extrovert and outgoing type, she may become unduly rude and quarrelsome, make unreasonable demands, snap at family members, and find fault with people for minor reasons she would have otherwise overlooked. And if she is the shy and introvert type, then she may become totally withdrawn, morose, moody and prone to unaccountable tears, take offence where none was intended and harbor suicidal thoughts. No, she is not suffering from hysteria or any serious psychiatric disorder. She is in the throes of ‘that misery time’ trauma called PMS.”
Robin Birch presents Emotional Balance posted at Let’s Live Forever!, saying, “Finding the best way to handle emotions is not always easy! We need to feel them to be healthy, but make sure they flow through us, so we don’t stay stuck in them.”
Kathleen Gaga presents Habits can work for you or against you – you decide posted at Daily Awareness, saying, “What it all boils down to is…”What is the quality of life you want?” What are you committed to in order to achieve the dreams you have? What habits are currently holding you back from this and what habits do you need to form in order to move closer to your dreams and the quality of life you say you want.”
Lexi Sundell presents Transcendence posted at Energies of Creation, saying, “The process of becoming a transparent container filled with divine love can awaken the goddess.”