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Saturday, June 2, 2012



Almost everyone gets headaches, but not migraine. The latter is different. By definition, the medical profession regards it as a recurrent headache that has additional symptoms. The pain arising from migraine is often throbbing and on one or both sides of the head. People with migraines often feel dizzy or sick to their stomachs. They may be sensitive to light, noise, or smells. As such, it can be disabling and naturally the victim is advised not to involve in any physical activity until they feel better.

Not all scientists agree about what causes migraines. But majority of them believe that it is caused by narrowing and expanding of blood vessels in brain. Therefore, it is worthy for you to note that different things or activities can trigger migraines in people who have them.

Append below please find some common migraine triggers:-


skipping meals

too much caffeine

sudden changes in sleep patterns


weather changes

I am sure that you will agree with me that prevention is always better than cure. To do so, you need to learn and detect what trigger your migraines precisely. Thereafter, you need to try to avoid these triggers as much as you could possibly. Right?

Since each and every case is unique in nature, therefore I opted not to touch on the common treatments normally prescribed by the medical doctors, who are more qualified than I do.

If you have tried all the recommended approaches, and you still do not get the desired result. Then, who does not agree with me that you should find other different means to treat it, if you desired for a different result. One thing we all are agreed that you cannot obtain different result by doing the same thing again and again. Are you all following me so far? Naturally, I strongly suggest that you too try out other non-conventional means, if the risk involved is fairly low. Never forget that if you don't give it a try, you will never know its result.

Be mindful that there are so many routes to success. Similarly it applies to any treatment. One thing for sure is that if you give up , you will never succeed. By trying it out, it does not guarantee that you will succeed. But at least it gives you a chance to succeed. So, do treatment.

Here, I must admit that by having positive thoughts, it proves me to be very fruitful. Because it gives me good feeling and emotion that enable me to stay in control no matter what. By attaining that sort of peace, I will not only be much more healthier than before, but also able to see things at the right perspective. As a result, things surrounding me will eventually turn out to be much more colourful and beautiful than before. With this, I am able to attract the extra good energy from the universal. Hence, keep me in a much better form. Please it a try and let us know your feedback.

Lastly, another powerful mean which works very well for me is through prayers. This is because I am a firm believer of prayers and this also has been scientific proven by some researchers lately. You too are assured to gain far more than you could imagine yet you will not have any adverse effect. Naturally, it makes lots of sense for you to try it out by conditioning your mind with all these healthy stuff. Be mindful that our minds function like our muscles, it need to exercise to strengthen it. That's all I can say and I leave to your intelligence to figure out.

May I sum up my discussion with a prayer? I pray that the Lord will heal you and that He will give you peace. He knows that you are in a battle and need to know others are praying for you. Of course, God has heard your prayers today. If you have searched and found this article, I want you to know it was not a mistake you found it today. God cares about you…yes He does. God bless you brother or sister.

Friday, June 1, 2012



If you don't return,
We will look for you,
If you hide,
We will locate you

If you are lost,
We will search for you.

If you leave,
We will wait for you.

If someone tries to take you away from us,
We will fight to get you back.

We do all these
Because we can't afford to lose you, one we truly LOVE.

So, please come back
We do not want you to depart from us, no matter what.

Wednesday, May 30, 2012



We wish this blog will bring you a smile when you awake each day

And greet you with a laugh each day;

The world is a treasure to us Because of you. ...

Every time we think of something sad,

We immediately replace the thought- with you!

Our minds almost instantly changed

And our hearts are then filled with gladness.

Every POST we write is meant for you,

We live this life surrounded in joy

And we bathe in the promise of your love,

Our souls belong to you.

Each time we see or read something beautiful we will surely take it and bring it to you;

This blog has so much meaning now

All because of you!/pages/Lift-You-Up-Always-there-for-You/176685462397920

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Tuesday, May 29, 2012


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Cheryl Kaye Tardif
International bestselling author
International bestseller CHILDREN OF THE FOG - a mother's worst nightmare…

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Q&A portion:
James: When did you begin to write? 
Cheryl : It feels like I’ve always written. I began to create my own stories in school, where my teachers encouraged me to pursue fiction. I was 16 when I wrote my first novel, but it was stolen from my locker. That was way before computers and flash drives, and all I had was a typed manuscript and no copy. I wrote my next novel about 5 years later. It remains unpublished, but I may resurrect it one day.

James: What made you think of publishing a book to share with others? 
Cheryl: When teachers told me I had talent in writing, I realized how much I enjoyed creating characters and worlds. But it was a difficult career to pursue in my 20s so I put it on the backburner, though I did try for many years to find a publisher and an agent. In 2001, a story became ingrained in my mind, building quickly and strongly to the point that I could envision the characters. I knew the beginning, middle and end. But I was afraid to write it because I thought it would never be published. I let the idea simmer for 2 years until one day I told a friend the story. She had tears in her eyes when I was done. Then she gave me the best advice I’d ever been given: “Don’t worry if it gets published. Write it for you. Write it because you have to.” So I did. That was Whale Song. I wrote it in 3 months. It was published in the summer of 2003 and is an international bestselling novel with worldwide appeal. And it has literally changed people’s lives.
James: So far what is your worst criticisms/attacks and how did you overcome them?

Cheryl: Constructive criticism is something I’ve always welcomed. Unfortunately some people leave out the “constructive” part and feel it’s their “job” to rip apart books. Some of the toughest criticisms have come from the odd reader who finds it necessary to slam a writer, even if they didn’t finish reading the book. I had a reviewer do this after reading only a couple of chapters of one of my books. When he slammed it afterward, I was amazed to find other readers jumping in to defend me. They had valid points. How can you honestly review a work if you didn’t read it? If he’d only said it was unreadable or that he didn’t like it enough to finish it, that would have been fine, but he went on to discuss elements in the story that he didn’t understand because he didn’t read the book. In this scenario, I realized that the issue wasn’t my book so much, but the reader. I didn’t get involved in the conversation between him and other readers, but I did read all the comments. Reviewers have the right to let other readers know what they think about a work; they don’t have the right to slaughter it or go on about how they know how to write better. I don’t allow myself to get sucked into negativity like this. People have different needs when they read a book. Sometimes my work meets their need; sometimes it doesn’t. We all have preferences too. Overcoming negative reviews isn’t difficult when you remind yourself that a review is one person’s opinion, and only one. Of course, if you get the same comment from the majority readers/reviewers, then you have some work to do.
James: Where do you get the courage to do so? 
Cheryl: It’s not really about courage. It’s about being realistic and understanding readers. I’ve read books I’ve loved and ones I’ve been disappointed in. Realistically, some readers will love my books, some will not. I can only hope that they’ll find at least one that they enjoy and I strive to do my best. But, as the saying goes, you can’t please all of the people all of the time.

James: Can you enlighten us a little more about your books?

Cheryl: I write suspense mainly. I am drawn to mystery, so there’s an element of that in every book I’ve written, except maybe my marketing book. My fiction titles: CHILDREN OF THE FOG, WHALE SONG, THE RIVER, DIVINE INTERVENTION, DIVINE JUSTICE, WHALE SONG: SCHOOL EDITION, LANCELOT’S LADY, SKELETONS IN THE CLOSET & OTHER CREEPY STORIES, REMOTE CONTROL. My nonfiction: HOW I MADE OVER $42,000 IN 1 MONTH SELLING MY KINDLE EBOOKS. Most of my fiction titles are international bestsellers. I’ve explored topics of alcoholism, kidnapping, ghosts, assisted suicide, racism, bullying, native folklore, psychics, serial killers, abortion, conspiracy, time travel, brain stem research, nanotechnology, multiple sclerosis, abuse, murder, greed and more.

James: Is there anything else you would like your readers to pay special attention in regards to your book, which you have not mentioned above? 
Cheryl: I like to write stories that have a depth of emotion so I strive to create characters you’ll either love, or love to hate. I want to make you FEEL something when you read my books. The best compliment a reader can give me is that they cried or laughed or fumed at something that happens in one of my books.

James: When do you plan to publish your next book?

Cheryl: I’m hoping my next standalone thriller will be out in 2013, followed by book 3 in the Divine series.

James : How many volume of books for the above series, if applicable?

Cheryl: The Divine series will have 5 books total, all of which have been plotted.

James: Tell us your guided principle that governs your life? How you cultivate these values?
Cheryl: Since early 2003, my motto has been “Dare to Dream...and Dream BIG!” Having a dream is essential, I believe. Without one, we get bogged down by working to live instead of really living. Having a dream is what got me where I am today. And I’m not done yet. I have more dreams, bigger ones. I’ve positioned myself to see these dreams come into reality. I remind myself that anything worth having is worth pursuing. And I remind myself that all great accomplishments started with one thing: a dream. Now I’m dreaming about a Divine TV series—maybe it’ll be called PSI Divine. And Whale Song, the movie. One day...

James: Any other advice which you’d like to share with our readers?
Cheryl: If you’re a lover of books and a reader, I hope that you find something good in every book you read. If you’re a writer, don’t worry if your book gets published. Write for yourself. Write because you have to. And above all, never give up on your dreams. If you don’t accomplish your dreams today, there is always tomorrow. Dare to Dream...and Dream BIG.
You can learn more about me and my books at
Check out my publishing company Imajin Books:

Thanks again ...........for joining us today. Let us wish her a Great Success.!/pages/Lift-You-Up-Always-there-for-You/176685462397920
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Alternatively you may read this interview from the author's link below:

Monday, May 28, 2012


"Here is a long story. The morale of the story is that if you

can master ONE skill, it may be all you need to make it.

The story is told of one 10-year-old boy who decided to

study judo despite the fact that he had lost his left arm in a

devastating car accident.

The boy began lessons with an old Japanese judo master.

The boy was doing well, so he couldn't understand why,

after three months of training the master had taught him

only one move.

"Sensei," the boy finally said, "Shouldn't I be learning more


"This is the only move you know, but this is the only move

you'll ever need to know," the sensei replied.

Not quite understanding, but believing in his teacher, the

boy kept training.

Several months later, the sensei took the boy to his first

tournament. Surprising himself, the boy easily won his first

two matches. The third match proved to be more difficult,

but after some time, his opponent became impatient and

charged; the boy deftly used his one move to win the match.

Still amazed by his success, the boy was now in the finals.

This time, his opponent was bigger, stronger, and more

experienced. For a while, the boy appeared to be

overmatched. Concerned that the boy might get hurt, the

referee called a time-out. He was about to stop the match

when the sensei intervened.


"No," the sensei insisted, "Let him continue."

Soon after the match resumed, his opponent made a critical

mistake: he dropped his guard. Instantly, the boy used his

move to pin him. The boy had won the match and the

tournament. He was the champion.


On the way home, the boy and sensei reviewed every move

in each and every match. Then the boy summoned the

courage to ask what was really on his mind.

"Sensei, how did I win the tournament with only one move?"

"You won for two reasons," the sensei answered. "First, 

you've almost mastered one of the most difficult throws in 

all  of judo. And second, the only known defence for that 

move is for your opponent to grab your left arm."


The boy's biggest weakness had become his biggest


Sunday, May 27, 2012