I am serious

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A lesson from my mom for Meghan Markle, myself, and everyone else

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My grandma Natalina


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#2 Everything and everyone is inflammable or sinkable

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  1. Sh*t happens, did happen, might happen, will happen, it is just the way it is. Holy s*it! That can’t possibly be true…
  2. Everything (and everyone) is inflammable or sinkable, given the right circumstance and triggers, everything can collapse, e v e r y t h i n g.
  3. Never underestimate the power of a small flame left unattended, actually never underestimate the power of small-anything left unattended, (anything can be the tip of a bigger iceberg).
  4. Triage, triage, triage. The guy screaming in the emergency room might not need as much help as the silent guy curled on the couch…

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From my heart

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There are lessons we need to take over and over again

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Your body is infallible, almost merciless, at recording everything you can’t forgive.

2020 the year I understood

  • I understood that everything starts from the body and ends with the body. Our…


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The 10 commandments narcissists live by

  1. Everything and everyone can be turned into my narcissistic supply, ie anything that can reaffirm my sense of self-importance and grandiosity.
  2. Everything is my stage, right here and right now.
  3. Everybody is my audience, if you can not be the audience please make yourself useful with the lights, audio, and scenography.
  4. I am entitled…


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The most liked photo on Instagram is the photo of an egg. Almost 55 million people took the time to press “like”; assuming 1 second per “like”, this equals a total of 1577 hours or about 66 days. Photo credit: https://www.instagram.com/p/BsOGulcndj

Is one image still worth a thousand words?

Cristina Comunian

Before the straitjacket feels comfortable again, I hit "publish".

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