Archive for February, 2017
Car crashes are an inevitability. At some point in your life, you most likely will be involved in some kind of accident involving a motor vehicle. With any luck, it will be a simple fender bender and no harm will come to anyone and now damage will be done to either car. On the off chance it is more than that, here are five things you should do in the aftermath of being in a car accident.
1. Remain Calm Going through the trauma of being in a car accident can leave you feeling a bit vulnerable and unsure of what to do next. It’s important to keep yourself calm so that you’re thinking straight and clearly about what step in needed next. Remind yourself that this
Many people consider marriage to be one of their ultimate goals in life. Fall in love, get married, and live ‘happily ever after.’ But sometimes, life has other plans, feelings change and many married couples end up filing for divorce. Divorce rates among couples over 50 have doubled in the last 20 years, according to a study by Bowling Green State University. The divorce process can be complicated and overwhelming, but it’s still important to know the facts, be prepared, and take care of yourself.
First, the top five reasons for starting the divorce process in the U.S. include communication problems, infidelity or betrayal, financial problems, abuse and loss of interest. Some of these things can be improved through therapy or counseling, but others, such as abuse or infidelity, are much harder to address
On what is the five year anniversary of the brutally death of Trayvon Martin, his parents find themselves finally able to put into words what the death of their son means to them, and how the feel the world should respond to other senseless citizen or police misconduct cases that result in the loss of lives of young black Americans. In fact, the parents of Trayvon Martin likely never took imagined that it would take this long to put their pain into words. The book “Rest In Power: The Enduring Life of Trayvon Martin,” which was published by Spiegel and Grau last Tuesday, book recounts the journey of these two grieving parents, who found themselves in the spotlight by tragedy. And while five years may have passed since that dreadful day, these parents hope that their book can help the nation r