Laura asks…

Need help? Please Read, Have symptoms of depression, anxiety, bipolar?

I would appreciate if you read all of this 🙂

Well I just wanted to let you know things that I’ve been observing and doing for the past year that has helped me so much with my diagnosis of bipolar which comes with depression and anxiety. Seriously, I can’t even sleep for days without my heavy loads of medication, but these ways of doing things really helps with all of this. At first I thought it wouldn’t help then, I just tried and found it really helped. Here are some things that naturally helps that you can do on your own.

First of all never call your self sick or label yourself. You must accept yourself also. Just treat yourself for your symptoms, like a cold in a way. Notice your symptoms, like when you notice a cough, treat it, but don’t obsess over it, and you’ll notice improvement the best. Remember things can always be worse so make the most of what you can as you try to improve your situation.

To feel better you have to want it and believe you’ll be okay, and once you believe it and want it, you’ll start asking people questions and be interested on your own on how to be stable. You’ll also feel a relief that you will find help soon enough. All the help you need is within yourself and other places out there.

The body works by chemical reactions and foods are chemicals consumed to help the body carry on things that the body needs to do. So it’s important to get all nutrients needed. Take half a multi-vitamin a day, try taking vitamin b-stress complex daily, and take omega 3-6-9 supplements which is proven to help with nourishing the brain.Take it for a few weeks and you’ll notice the difference.

Also, mood problems can occur from hormonal imbalances, like low thyroid levels.
It is also very important to get sunlight daily which helps boost the mood. Exercise helps boost the mood and and take care of excess energy. It helps with better sleep at night.

Make sure you sleep and wake up at a regular schedule. Sleep is very important to help the mind heal and to be in a good mood. Get 8hrs of sleep each night. No more than ten because too much sleep can make you feel groggy.

Another thing is try to change any negative or stressful thought you have to an optimistic one. Even if it doesn’t feel like you believe it, tell yourself you believe it. I once was told everything is love, atleast some sort of love, and everything else is your own perception. Jealousy, hate anger, resentment takes away calmness from people, and a sense of peace in ones’ mind is important. it’s also important to have a general love for humanity.

Also stay away from stimulating things, no hair spray, markers, chocolate, tea, coffee, horror flicks. Anything that causes that high or rushed feeling causes stress on the body.

Here are some great websites for anxiety and bipolar:
http://www.helpguide.org/mental/anxiety_…

http://www.selftherapy.org/?gclid=CPnvts…

http://anxieties.com/free.php

http://www.anxietynetwork.com/helphome.h…

http://blogs.psychcentral.com/bipolar/20…

Hope this helps you guys, message me if you have any questions or wanna talk

MKWeb answers:

You just helped a lot of people. This is what I do and I am impressed how well you are in tune with your issue and are facing it without shame or fear. That is the key, isn’t it.
Good for you and I hope you use this as a prop to realize that you have a special gift and that is to use your issue to help others in life, that just might be your calling.
I remain,
Socrates,
Your assistant

Thomas asks…

Please Read, Have symptoms of depression, anxiety, bipolar?

I would appreciate if you read all of this 🙂

Well I just wanted to let you know things that I’ve been observing and doing for the past year that has helped me so much with my diagnosis of bipolar which comes with depression and anxiety. Seriously, I can’t even sleep for days without my heavy loads of medication, but these ways of doing things really helps with all of this. At first I thought it wouldn’t help then, I just tried and found it really helped. Here are some things that naturally helps that you can do on your own.

First of all never call your self sick or label yourself. You must accept yourself also. Just treat yourself for your symptoms, like a cold in a way. Notice your symptoms, like when you notice a cough, treat it, but don’t obsess over it, and you’ll notice improvement the best. Remember things can always be worse so make the most of what you can as you try to improve your situation.

To feel better you have to want it and believe you’ll be okay, and once you believe it and want it, you’ll start asking people questions and be interested on your own on how to be stable. You’ll also feel a relief that you will find help soon enough. All the help you need is within yourself and other places out there.

The body works by chemical reactions and foods are chemicals consumed to help the body carry on things that the body needs to do. So it’s important to get all nutrients needed. Take half a multi-vitamin a day, try taking vitamin b-stress complex daily, and take omega 3-6-9 supplements which is proven to help with nourishing the brain.Take it for a few weeks and you’ll notice the difference.

Also, mood problems can occur from hormonal imbalances, like low thyroid levels.
It is also very important to get sunlight daily which helps boost the mood. Exercise helps boost the mood and and take care of excess energy. It helps with better sleep at night.

Make sure you sleep and wake up at a regular schedule. Sleep is very important to help the mind heal and to be in a good mood. Get 8hrs of sleep each night. No more than ten because too much sleep can make you feel groggy.

Another thing is try to change any negative or stressful thought you have to an optimistic one. Even if it doesn’t feel like you believe it, tell yourself you believe it. Also, try not to label as much and just be, just say things are just the way they are, you are the one who puts meanings on things. I once was told everything is love, atleast some sort of love, and everything else is your own perception. Jealousy, hate anger, resentment takes away calmness from people, and a sense of peace in ones’ mind is important. it’s also important to have a general love for humanity.

Also stay away from stimulating things, no hair spray, markers, chocolate, tea, coffee, horror flicks. Anything that causes that high or rushed feeling causes stress on the body.

Here are some great websites for anxiety and bipolar:
http://www.helpguide.org/mental/anxiety_…

http://www.selftherapy.org/?gclid=CPnvts…

http://anxieties.com/free.php

http://www.anxietynetwork.com/helphome.h…

http://blogs.psychcentral.com/bipolar/20…

Hope this helps you guys, message me if you have any questions or wanna talk

MKWeb answers:

Cool. I have bipolar and anxiety too. Great info 🙂

Charles asks…

NEED HELP? Have symptoms of anxiety, depression, bipolar?

I would appreciate if you read all of this 🙂

Well I just wanted to let you know things that I’ve been observing and doing for the past year that has helped me so much with my diagnosis of bipolar which comes with depression and anxiety. Seriously, I can’t even sleep for days without my heavy loads of medication, but these ways of doing things really helps with all of this. At first I thought it wouldn’t help then, I just tried and found it really helped. Here are some things that naturally helps that you can do on your own.

First of all never call your self sick or label yourself. You must accept yourself also. Just treat yourself for your symptoms, like a cold in a way. Notice your symptoms, like when you notice a cough, treat it, but don’t obsess over it, and you’ll notice improvement the best. Remember things can always be worse so make the most of what you can as you try to improve your situation.

To feel better you have to want it and believe you’ll be okay, and once you believe it and want it, you’ll start asking people questions and be interested on your own on how to be stable. You’ll also feel a relief that you will find help soon enough. All the help you need is within yourself and other places out there.

The body works by chemical reactions and foods are chemicals consumed to help the body carry on things that the body needs to do. So it’s important to get all nutrients needed. Take half a multi-vitamin a day, try taking vitamin b-stress complex daily, and take omega 3-6-9 supplements which is proven to help with nourishing the brain.Take it for a few weeks and you’ll notice the difference.

Also, mood problems can occur from hormonal imbalances, like low thyroid levels.
It is also very important to get sunlight daily which helps boost the mood. Exercise helps boost the mood and and take care of excess energy. It helps with better sleep at night.

Make sure you sleep and wake up at a regular schedule. Sleep is very important to help the mind heal and to be in a good mood. Get 8hrs of sleep each night. No more than ten because too much sleep can make you feel groggy.

Another thing is try to change any negative or stressful thought you have to an optimistic one. Even if it doesn’t feel like you believe it, tell yourself you believe it. Also, try not to label as much and just be, just say things are just the way they are, you are the one who puts meanings on things. I once was told everything is love, atleast some sort of love, and everything else is your own perception. Jealousy, hate anger, resentment takes away calmness from people, and a sense of peace in ones’ mind is important. it’s also important to have a general love for humanity.

Also stay away from stimulating things, no hair spray, markers, chocolate, tea, coffee, horror flicks. Anything that causes that high or rushed feeling causes stress on the body.

Here are some great websites for anxiety and bipolar:
http://www.helpguide.org/mental/anxiety_…

http://www.selftherapy.org/?gclid=CPnvts…

http://anxieties.com/free.php

http://www.anxietynetwork.com/helphome.h…

http://blogs.psychcentral.com/bipolar/20…

Hope this helps you guys, message me if you have any questions or wanna talk

MKWeb answers:

This is very good information, thank you

Sandra asks…

college essay help:)?

my essay so far..help? any comments??

Personally, I find life can be rather dull at times. The norm can get, well, boring. Before high school, I would often try and find ways to make things more exciting. For example when I was younger, my parents would assign me chores and immediately I would reach for the CD player and blast some music while pretending to be on stage dancing while doing my chores. Or if I couldn’t get a ride to school one day, I would ride my bike instead, but to make the journey a bit more enjoyable, I would pretend I was on a horse galloping to the finish line of a race instead of a kid riding her bike to school.

I use my creative ideas for other things now like film and production. For example, while directing a football game, I’m not just calling up random shots, I’m telling a story for the viewers at home. I want them to see the game from different angles and lights so they can get the full experience of what is taking place on the field. As a director, I want to be able to communicate to the audience what exactly is taking place by using different camera shots, replays, graphics, and commentary. When viewing my work, I want people to see the determination in the players’ eyes, the excitement on the fans faces,and the coaches contemplating their next play. I want them to get the full experience of being at a game, without having to leave the comfort of their living room couch.
When Im running sound for a show, whether it be for a choir concert, a band festival, or the winter musical I take the job very seriously. Sound brings so much to a show you have to put your all into it. For example, when running sound for a musical, I have to change the sound levels when somebody changes emotion, or when the orchestra gets louder, softer or just stops playing. Sound is a key component in what the outcome of the show is going to be. Same goes for lighting, both tech aspects bring so much to a show. With everything I do, my goal is to create the most enjoyable product for the audience to watch. After the viewer is done seeing my work I want them to leave amazed at what they saw. I want my work to stick out and be different than other peoples out there. To do that, when I do camera, direct, lighting or sound I ask myself what I would want to see if I were the one in the audience. Columbia would be the perfect place for me to really shape
my ideas and become an all around better camera woman, director, and theatre tech. Columbia has the perfect programs for me to begin my journey in becoming the best I can be in these areas.
question im answering..
Improvements in consumer-grade technology and its relative affordability have provided opportunities for students to create and distribute their art, their films, their writing, and their music in a way previously unavailable. Though it was once far too expensive for an individual outside of the professional world to make a “film”, for example, many young people now engage in scripting, shooting, and editing their own works. Aspiring journalists write and publish their own e-zines, blogs, and on-line journals. Self-managed musicians create and distribute their own CD’s and promote themselves.

With so much ready access to the technology tools that help produce and distribute these creative works, and with so much work being produced and distributed “out there” (some of it not very good, by the way), how will you make your work stand out? For the moment, forget the technology and what it has done for you and your art form. Tell us, instead, about your ideas. What themes or concepts do you want to explore through your work? What do you want to make your ‘audience’ think or feel? What do you want to make them aware of? Why are you interested in your ideas? Why should anyone else be interested in them? Have you already begun to explore your concepts through your work? What do you hope or expect Columbia College Chicago to contribute to the development of your ideas? What is the first thing you want to do at Columbia to explore your ideas? (am i sticking to the criteria enough? be truthful this is the #1 school of choice for mee!)
the last part is the topic of the paper, its not a part of the paper itself. Im kinda confused as to how to tie it all together.

MKWeb answers:

I lightly skimmed the paper and from what I read……..

How does the first paragraph (the introduction??) connect with the rest? I suggest adding a thesis statement to make it more clear of what you are trying to get across. The rest of the paper talks about film and production and not sure how it connects.

Hope this helps…..

David asks…

good resume or no? professionals please.?

JOHN DOE

Objective

I am currently seeking a full-time or part-time job with hours ranging 20-40+ hours a week.

Education
Fond du Lac High School Fond du Lac, Wi 52935
Graduated 2007, High School Diploma

Work Experience
The last four years I have been making income through online affiliate advertising on small websites, blogs, and Google Adwords using widgets and other advertising tools. When a potential customer clicks on that widget they then are redirected to the businesses website in which im promoting. When that individual converts to a customer and purchases off that website, I receive a small percentage of the companies profit. I do this for hundreds of companies to increase my potential income. I use Google Adworks in which I bid on keywords involving my affiliates products and services and they show up according to what an individual searches on Google. Every time that person clicks on my advertisement and goes to the website, I get charged per click, but my rating on my ad goes up and will now be shown more. When the person clicks the ad they are directed to my affiliates web page and are more likely to become a customer, bringing business to my affiliate and potentially earning me more money. A lot of my affiliates are small business that i get off of a website called Clickbank.com. Others I went out and found. If you look at most websites on the bottom where it says “contact us” and “careers” you’ll also see “affiliate program”. Its a great source of income if you enjoy working from home.

Skills
I am a very friendly person and i enjoy interacting with people. I am hard worker and am great when i comes to improvising and problem solving. I’m very result oriented, if something comes out poor, i strive to figure out my flaws and make way for improvements. I take pride in my work and anything that has my name on it. I am also extremely good with computers using Firefox, Internet Explorer, Microsoft Word, Excel, and Powerpoint. I am a self starter and a quick learner. I’ve taught numerous friends how to make income working from home. I’m outstanding with numbers, i can do math rapidly in my head with an accurate outcome. I am great with money management, i have lived on my own paying rent and bills since i was 18 using the income i make online. I am very good at following written and verbal instructions and figuring out how things work.

Goals
Going back to school to get a degree in business management and marketing.
Starting my own business within the next 5 years.
Start a class online teaching people how to work from home using affiliate advertising.
Buy and sell real estate for profit (10 year plan)

I KNOW THIS ISN’T IN RESUME FORMAT BUT I COULDN’T UPLOAD IT ON HERE. THE REAL QUESTION IS, IS IT A GOOD RESUME FOR SOMEONE WHO’S NEVER WORKED AT A REAL JOB, ALSO A LOT OF RESUMES HAVE BULLETS FOR WORK EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS, IS IT BAD THAT I PUT IT IN PARAGRAPH FORM?

MKWeb answers:

First off, the objective is too generic. You should add the position title to show that you know what you are applying for. The objective should be about what you want to do and why you would be good at the position. Just a short sentence.

Second, you don’t need your school address in the education section. Try to list your GPA, if it is not too low, and any school related accomplishments. Maybe you can list some school activities.

In your “Work Experience”, you seem to explain the actual internet service more than what you did. Try to make it so you are translating this experience into something the employer can use. They might not care about Google Adwords, but care about you computer knowledge and how it will help them. The resume should be about how you can help the employer, not yourself.

With “Skill”, make sure you have examples to back your statements. For example, if you enjoy interacting with people, give an example of volunteering or being on a team. Anybody can make false statements. Plus the examples will make the resume better to read. Also, try to tailor your skills to what the employer wants. If you want a customer service position, the employer will most likely want someone who is more outgoing. But if you want to be in IT then that outgoing personality will not be as important.

The “Goals” are okay but try to write a section that is shows your interest in the specific field. You could try writing a section about your interests or something personal, if you are just entering the job market.

Also, use bullets instead of paragraphs. The employer doesn’t spend much time reading resumes so make the important information stand out.

Also make sure you use action verbs at the start of every bullet point to add emphasis and keep the statements short and to the point. What I would recommend is checking out a resume book from the library. They can help people who have years of experience and those who have none.

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