House of Waine
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... represent the feelings, emotions and memories that may arise from the past hurt...and here we talk about it being okay to have these feelings and ways to cope with them. I won't go into that though.
I am sorry if that wasn't as condensed as I planned but its hard to explain without the pictures. The goal of the approach is to combine identifying the past problem and feelings that come with it for the child with intention to prevent build up of these feelings which may ...
... explain how it was genetically impossible. Anyway. We ate mondozies and were on our way. I honestly don’t think anyone has talked with them about this stuff before. They hold such high Christian values, that I think it’s overlooked. They assume the kids will just wait to have sex until they are married. While that is a great thing, its important to teach them what to be prepared for if one doesn’t wait for marriage. ...
... ever not seen my Mom on this day. It hurts. Also, knowing my girls don't have me there today. Man. Still, I'm thankful and feeling blessed. I'm so proud of Raymond and thankful for everyone who's helped him. There was a point when everyone got out of the car for a picture opportunity in the Mara and since it isn't recommended I chose not to. Anytime a choice like that came up the first thing that came to my ...
... because at this point the rain
was really coming down. After ten minutes of awkwardness between us and the
patient’s families (about 10 people in this tiny room) the nurse finally showed
up and began to start IV’s and dextrose in solution. It was determined that the
two patients had been out drinking some sort of homemade liquor that they
bought from someone in their village this past Sunday. It was determined that
the alcohol was poisonous because ...
... 8217;t complain about his difficult situation, even-though many people
probably would agree that he has the right to do so.
The last “patient” that we saw came
to us from the admitting area and placed behind a curtain. We didn’t know right
away what was going on, but the nurse that we were working with explained that
the 70 year old man came in with a very low blood pressure and only 2 heartbeats
and had died while waiting to be helped. His ...