I may have to go back to visit soon. The years have left me with a bushel of wonderful memories. Hugs, Barbara
The first SIX photos are from the day the sun was playing tag with the clouds when I was at Glen Falls, so there are some images where the highlights I know are overexposed. I have done my best to tone everything down, to get everything looking as I saw it. My knowledge of working with Adobe PS has a long ways to go yet. I am still very much in the learning process with this editing program.
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Very relevant and well written post. Keep it up!
Many of us experience stress in life, whether this is in the short term from one-off projects, or long-term stress from a high-pressure career.
Not only can this be profoundly unpleasant, it can seriously affect our health and our work. However, it is possible to manage stress, if you use the right tools and techniques.
What is Stress?
A widely accepted definition of stress, attributed to psychologist and professor Richard Lazarus, is, “a condition or feeling experienced when a person perceives that demands exceed the personal and social resources the individual is able to mobilize.”
This means that we experience stress if we believe that we don’t have the time, resources, or knowledge to handle a situation. In short, we experience stress when we feel “out of control.”
This also means that different people handle stress differently, in different situations: you’ll handle stress better if…
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Excellent blog! Keep it up! Hugs, Barbara
This is emotional abuse. It is all about his need for power and control. When you couple of behaviors with his need to isolate you from friends and family, you are in an abusive relationship. Go to a Domestic Violence shelter, talk to a counselor and know he won’t change remember there are people who care about you and will help you.