1. Introverts are people who are shy and quiet. They find it difficult to approach and meet new people:
2. They don’t want to answer a phone call immediately but they are a great listener which makes them an excellent friend:
3. You are not an anti-social, you are just being misunderstood:
4. You love to socialize but, you prefer a more intense conversation:
5. You are cranky sometimes and you find socializing a very tiring activity:
6. You love to go on an adventure:
Katie Joy Crawford, 23, is a photography student in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.katiejoycrawford.com / Via Twitter: @ktjoy326
She decided to create a photo series of her experiences with depression and anxiety for her senior thesis. Her thesis, “My Anxious Heart,” had 12 self-portraits detailing the crippling effect of the mental illness. She spent three hours for each shot and used a camera remote to capture the photos.
“It quickly became a cathartic experience for me that has led to such healing and self-discovery,” Crawford told BuzzFeed. “I want those that suffer to feel like they have a voice and a hand to hold. I never want anyone to feel alone, as anxiety and depression can be isolating on its own.”
Since 2011 to date, more than 4 million Syrians have been forced to escape from their homes in the face of the ongoing and devastating war in the country. Roughly half of the victims are children.
Magnus Wennman, a Swedish Photographer, has been capturing the refugees in camps across the Middle East. And with his “Where the Children Sleeps” project, he captured the sufferings of children caught in war including Syria.
1. Walaa, 5, Lebanon – she cries every night in a refugee camp because that’s the time when the attacks happened.
Walaa, 5, wants to go home. She had her own room in Aleppo, she tells us. There, she never used to cry at bedtime. Here, in the refugee camp, she cries every night. Resting her head on the pillow is horrible, she says, because nighttime is horrible. That was when the attacks happened. By day, Walaa’s mother often builds a little house out of pillows, to teach her that they are nothing to be afraid of.
A superhero is someone who has special powers. They accomplish an exceptional endeavor of turning terrible situations into great acts of heroism. Because of that, teachers are considered as superheroes. They are real and they exist in the lives of children all over the planet.
Teachers sacrifice many things for their students. They work long hours, use their own resources, risk looking crazy to help their student remember facts. They bring their work everywhere. They also protect their students from the negative influences that abound. They create learning environments and they offer guidance and emotional sustenance.
3. Make a hideout using a hula hoop and a bed sheet.
4. Turn pool noodles into an obstacle course.
5. Turn your pool noodle into a sprinkler.
6. You can make an ice cream bar using a shaker’s jar.
7. Make a big tic-tac-toe game using a shower curtain, tape, and a Frisbee.
8. Make a chore basket for your kids.
9. Kids will enjoy freeing the frozen dollar-store toys and trinkets.
10. Use your stackable bin as a doll swing.
11. Make a large bull’s eye target game using sponges and chalk.
12. Use sponges to keep your kids cool while playing.
Most of us know what it feels like to grow up with a sibling but not everyone knows what it is like to have a sister. It doesn’t matter how many little fights you get in, the times you take each other’s clothes or the times you said you hate each other. So here are some pictures that only people with sisters will understand: