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“Danger” Fabric Sticker Tattoos for Clothes (Set of Are you strong enough to handle these set of dangerous creatures and prints? What’s Included: 2 danger

Quick helps for anxiety: 1. Long slow deep breath 2. Realize it's your body's way of telling you, it thinks you might be in danger. (Just thank your body and tell it you're ok.) 3. You learned this reaction in childhood when you were powerless. (You have better coping skills now; remind yourself that.) 4. When the thoughts start spinning, stop them and replace them with positive, powerful thoughts like: I can do this. 5. If you treat anxiety like the enemy, it will...

Quick helps for anxiety: 1. Long slow deep breath 2. Realize it's your body's way of telling you, it thinks you might be in danger. (Just thank your body and tell it you're ok.) 3. You learned this reaction in childhood when you were powerless. (You have better coping skills now; remind yourself that.) 4. When the thoughts start spinning, stop them and replace them with positive, powerful thoughts like: I can do this. 5. If you treat anxiety like the enemy, it will...

Danger Mouse > Television | DoYouRemember.co.uk - My nephew's cat is named after Penfold because of this show

Danger Mouse

Danger Mouse > Television | DoYouRemember.co.uk - My nephew's cat is named after Penfold because of this show

I was told I was dangerous. I asked why. Their response was "because you don't need anyone." I smiled.

I was told I was dangerous. I asked why. Their response was "because you don't need anyone." I smiled.

Not dangerous, but beautiful, women are queens kings died quite some time ago.  poem 906 by r.h. Sin by rhsin on Etsy:

Not dangerous, but beautiful, women are queens kings died quite some time ago. poem 906 by r.h. Sin by rhsin on Etsy:

Mary Seacole was a Jamaican nurse who risked her own life to treat the wounded in the Crimean War. As Mary was black, Florence Nightingale turned her away several times, so she set up her own 'British Hotel'  and worked round the clock to nurse the soldiers.  Often she would go out into the field to treat them too.  A remarkable woman who is, at last, getting some recognition for her hard and dangerous work.

Mary Seacole was a Jamaican nurse who risked her own life to treat the wounded in the Crimean War. As Mary was black, Florence Nightingale turned her away several times, so she set up her own 'British Hotel' and worked round the clock to nurse the soldiers. Often she would go out into the field to treat them too. A remarkable woman who is, at last, getting some recognition for her hard and dangerous work.

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