Posts Tagged ‘Asia’

Should i teach abroad after graduation?

15 October, 2008
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i’m at a loss as to what to do when i complete college. my peer adviser told me she was goign to teach abroad when she was finished. It seems like a good idea, but i won’t be getting paid too much and the program i looked into, i actually have to pay for a […]

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Was just prescribed Lexapro for Anxiety ver. XANAX works UNDERSTAND THIS

8 September, 2008
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I don’t see why these psychiatrists don’t understand this. I’ve been Xanax for 3+ months and its been a godsend to me. I can function and leave my house without and panic attacks. It works fairly quickly and just gives me the edge to go about my day and get my shit done. I don’t […]

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Am I matter better spent elsewhere?

6 August, 2008
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personally i think different personalities will be suited to different climates. i can see myself interacting well in Asia, particularly Japan, Korea or Hong Kong because of my conservative values and reserved personality. i would fare less well in, say, the UK or Ireland. i think it would be great to live in South America […]

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Can two people of difference religions (and cultures) be happily married?

4 August, 2008
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Well…does anyone know if it actually happening and working out? And by "people," I don’t mean religious extremists, but level headed, moderately religious people. In short, I really, really dig this girl and the feeling is mutual, but we both have reservations about our own beliefs getting in the way down the line. Hell, when […]

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