1. Why do people self-harm?
They choose harming themselves as a way of dealing with emotional pain.
2. Time is the most undefinable yet paradoxical of things; the past is gone, the future is not come, and the present becomes the past, even while we attempt to define it.
3. It always seems as though the definition of love will remain debatable by an opinionated world.
4. Domestic Violence:
“the situation in which someone you live with attacks you and tries to hurt you”
5. A person is called selfish, not for pursuing his or her own good, but for neglecting his or her neighbor’s.
6. “Domestic violence is violence that takes place in the home, especially by one person against their partner.”
7. Domestic Violence:
“acts of violence or abuse against a person living in one's household, especially a member of one's immediate family.”
8. “violent or aggressive behaviour within the home, typically involving the violent abuse of a spouse or partner.”
9. Domestic Violence:
“violent or abusive behavior directed by one family or household member against another”
By definition, a boundary is anything that marks a limit. Psychological limits define personal dignity. When we say, “You just crossed a line,” we are speaking about a psychological limit that marks the distinction between behavior that does not cause emotional harm and behavior that causes emotional harm.
11. Why do we Cry?
Source: Medical News Today
There are 3 types of Tears
Basal: tear ducts constantly secrete basal tears. It is a protein-rich antibacterial liquid that help to keep the eyes moist every time a person blinks.
Reflex: These are tears come from irritants such as wind, smoke, or onions. They are released to flush out these irritants and protect the eye.
Emotional: Humans shed tears in response to a range of emotions. These tears contain a higher level of stress hormones than other types of tears.