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12-22-2013, 07:00 PM #1
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MIAMI (CBSMiami) — How many times have you heard someone say they’re so sad about something that they have a broken heart? More often than not, they don’t really have a broken heart but it can actually happen. Broken heart syndrome is a serious medical condition caused by sadness.

When Janet Ghise’s 14-year-old dog, Maggie died unexpectedly at a kennel while she was on vacation, she was devastated.

“She was just the nicest dog,” said Ghise.

So upset, she nearly died of a broken heart.

“I said to my husband, ‘I’m going to the doctor’s, to the cardiologist, to see if he can fix my broken heart.’ It’s exactly what I said,” Ghise said.

Luckily, she just happened to have a doctor’s appointment a few days later.http://miami.cbslocal.com/2013/12/20/bro...oes-exist/

"when life gives you lemons..throw them at someone"...Grumpy Cat good.png
12-23-2013, 02:37 AM #2
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Around fifty thousand children were vaporized and or burned alive beneath and within the hellishly expanding radioactive mushroom clouds of hiroshima and nagasaki and how many people spoke of their broken hearts about them?!

"One death is a tragedy,one million is a statistic" - Stalin
12-23-2013, 02:44 AM #3
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A broken heart can kill you for sure. I often hear people say "Look at that young couple, how in love they are." I tell them I am not impressed. When they have had their hearts broken and they have decided to try love again, then I am impressed because they know the price of failing at love.

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12-23-2013, 10:11 AM #4
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(12-23-2013, 02:37 AM)Beyond Smolensk Wrote:  Around fifty thousand children were vaporized and or burned alive beneath and within the hellishly expanding radioactive mushroom clouds of hiroshima and nagasaki and how many people spoke of their broken hearts about them?!

"One death is a tragedy,one million is a statistic" - Stalin

Do you feel better now that you've written what you just wrote? If so, maybe you could make a copy of it. Then whenever anyone writes anything else, whether it is a story of joy or a story of sadness, then you could pull it out and post it again.

Use it like a trump card to top whatever anyone else says. Any time there is a story about one person, go ahead and pull out the 50,000 vaporized children story. Maybe at the bottom you could add "So there!" just in case anyone misses your point.

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12-23-2013, 10:27 AM #5
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(12-23-2013, 02:44 AM)Wayne5 Wrote:  A broken heart can kill you for sure. I often hear people say "Look at that young couple, how in love they are." I tell them I am not impressed. When they have had their hearts broken and they have decided to try love again, then I am impressed because they know the price of failing at love.

coffeetime.gif

There is even a physiological event that can occur called state-of-shock. There are three categories of shock: super acute shock, acute shock and state-of-shock. Super acute kills almost instantly. Acute shock strikes about 30 minutes after the shocking event. Oftentimes a person who is involved in an accident will experience this. At first they seem okay, but then they get clammy and are stuck by the acute shock and pass out.

In all three types, there is a flood of abnormal fatty acids which darkens the blood.

State-of-shock may take a week to strike. How many times do we hear of a person dying suddenly maybe a week later after their spouse dies?

Physiologically, there is a shock to the systemic level of our body in state-of-shock. The effect has been found in lab animals. An oxalic index can be measured to show the progress of the shock. When the index reaches 14 to 17, death ensues. State of shock strikes the organs whereas super acute shock strikes the nerves.

All three types of shock were reversed by introducing n-butanol. An interesting sidelight to this is that for many years the Mercedes Benz sold in Germany carried in their first aid kits n-butanol (hemostipticum Revici) because it also stops arterial bleeding as well as blocking acute shock and state of shock.

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12-23-2013, 10:34 AM #6
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:(

Guess I am at risk.

First couple of weeks without the Stonette...

Never thought this would happen...but that is "life", isn't it.

I know I got some serious self-reflection to do, but not until
the pain subsides and I can think straight again.

2013 goes into the books as the by far worst year of my
personal existence - just too many goodbyes :(

And yeah, my heart feels like it's all gone asunder.
12-23-2013, 10:38 AM #7
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(12-23-2013, 10:34 AM)Accidental Stoner Wrote:  :(

Guess I am at risk.

First couple of weeks without the Stonette...

Never thought this would happen...but that is "life", isn't it.

I know I got some serious self-reflection to do, but not until
the pain subsides and I can think straight again.

2013 goes into the books as the by far worst year of my
personal existence - just too many goodbyes :(

And yeah, my heart feels like it's all gone asunder.

I'm so sorry for your loss, Stoner. hug.gif

This might sound odd, but you might want to drink some water with say 50 drops of organic soy sauce added. I'd do it for two or three days to counteract any abnormal fatty acids..

Pray for me. hug.gif
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12-23-2013, 10:40 AM #8
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(12-23-2013, 02:37 AM)Beyond Smolensk Wrote:  Around fifty thousand children were vaporized and or burned alive beneath and within the hellishly expanding radioactive mushroom clouds of hiroshima and nagasaki and how many people spoke of their broken hearts about them?!

"One death is a tragedy,one million is a statistic" - Stalin

Shall we talk about the Baton Death March? Or how the Japs tortured and killed many thousands, including women, children and G.I.'s in their prison camps with NO mercy or remorse? In many ways, they were worse then the Germans.The Japs were viscous dogs back then and needed to be stomped. So, we stomped them. Boo fricken Hoo.

The only reason we didn't nuke Germany is because of two reasons.

1. Hitler ran out of fuel and was pretty much a non threat by the end of the war.

2. The Russians claimed dibs on them. That was the deal Stalin made with Churchill.
12-23-2013, 10:49 AM #9
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Thanks, B.A.G. hug.gif
I appreciate that...a lot.



I need to find out where the bad patterns come from,
why I keep repeating them. Lifelong negative behaviours
which I need to abandon.

Geeez - 50 years old, slightly damaged and friggin' single
- looking for comfort or simply company is...well, not what
it was when I was 25. That's fer sure.

Got to laugh alittle, too. chuckle.gif
I am my own worst enemy - by far.
The gods lead me into the arms of the best women on the
planet, and I keep ğkking it up.
12-23-2013, 11:17 AM #10
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(12-23-2013, 10:49 AM)Accidental Stoner Wrote:  Thanks, B.A.G. hug.gif
I appreciate that...a lot.



I need to find out where the bad patterns come from,
why I keep repeating them. Lifelong negative behaviours
which I need to abandon.

Geeez - 50 years old, slightly damaged and friggin' single
- looking for comfort or simply company is...well, not what
it was when I was 25. That's fer sure.

Got to laugh alittle, too. chuckle.gif
I am my own worst enemy - by far.
The gods lead me into the arms of the best women on the
planet, and I keep fekking it up.

You might go look up Afformations. It can change negative thinking to one of positive neutrality in two seconds.

Basically what you do is look at an area where you want improvement and form a positive "Why" question around it.

So it could be, "Why do I enjoy deeper loving relationships?" Notice that you don't have to be in a deeper loving relationship at the moment you say it. The truth is you do enjoy deeper loving relationships whether you have one or not.

By merely asking the question, it puts your brain in a search mode.

We know this method works because we ask ourselves negative why questions all the time. It might sound like, "Why am I my own worst enemy?" or "Why am I so broke?" Your brain will search for the justification and give you more of it.

So go ahead and ask yourself some positive why questions. They might start in the following manner:
  • "Why do I enjoy..."
  • "Why do I love...?"
  • "Why do I feel so grateful when...?"

Just add your own positive desires to the ends to those types of questions.

It's almost guaranteed that when you ask yourself these question OUT LOUD you will feel different and perhaps instantly be lifted from the negative spiral you are feeling.

Do these every day and watch your life get better in unexpected ways.

Pray for me. hug.gif
12-23-2013, 11:19 AM #11
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Very interesting.

Thank you.

cheers.gif

Need all the help I can get right now.
12-23-2013, 11:43 PM #12
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(12-23-2013, 10:27 AM)Below Average Genius Wrote:  
(12-23-2013, 02:44 AM)Wayne5 Wrote:  A broken heart can kill you for sure. I often hear people say "Look at that young couple, how in love they are." I tell them I am not impressed. When they have had their hearts broken and they have decided to try love again, then I am impressed because they know the price of failing at love.

coffeetime.gif

There is even a physiological event that can occur called state-of-shock. There are three categories of shock: super acute shock, acute shock and state-of-shock. Super acute kills almost instantly. Acute shock strikes about 30 minutes after the shocking event. Oftentimes a person who is involved in an accident will experience this. At first they seem okay, but then they get clammy and are stuck by the acute shock and pass out.

In all three types, there is a flood of abnormal fatty acids which darkens the blood.

State-of-shock may take a week to strike. How many times do we hear of a person dying suddenly maybe a week later after their spouse dies?

Physiologically, there is a shock to the systemic level of our body in state-of-shock. The effect has been found in lab animals. An oxalic index can be measured to show the progress of the shock. When the index reaches 14 to 17, death ensues. State of shock strikes the organs whereas super acute shock strikes the nerves.

All three types of shock were reversed by introducing n-butanol. An interesting sidelight to this is that for many years the Mercedes Benz sold in Germany carried in their first aid kits n-butanol (hemostipticum Revici) because it also stops arterial bleeding as well as blocking acute shock and state of shock.

This is very interesting. I used butanol to identify amino acids with two dimentional
chromatography in school, it smelled bad. I have been married to the same woman for 37 years. If something happened to her I wouldn't last long.
cheers.gif
Sorry Stoner, I know nothing I can say will help. I hope you make it through.
12-24-2013, 12:53 AM #13
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(12-23-2013, 11:43 PM)Wayne5 Wrote:  
(12-23-2013, 10:27 AM)Below Average Genius Wrote:  
(12-23-2013, 02:44 AM)Wayne5 Wrote:  A broken heart can kill you for sure. I often hear people say "Look at that young couple, how in love they are." I tell them I am not impressed. When they have had their hearts broken and they have decided to try love again, then I am impressed because they know the price of failing at love.

coffeetime.gif

There is even a physiological event that can occur called state-of-shock. There are three categories of shock: super acute shock, acute shock and state-of-shock. Super acute kills almost instantly. Acute shock strikes about 30 minutes after the shocking event. Oftentimes a person who is involved in an accident will experience this. At first they seem okay, but then they get clammy and are stuck by the acute shock and pass out.

In all three types, there is a flood of abnormal fatty acids which darkens the blood.

State-of-shock may take a week to strike. How many times do we hear of a person dying suddenly maybe a week later after their spouse dies?

Physiologically, there is a shock to the systemic level of our body in state-of-shock. The effect has been found in lab animals. An oxalic index can be measured to show the progress of the shock. When the index reaches 14 to 17, death ensues. State of shock strikes the organs whereas super acute shock strikes the nerves.

All three types of shock were reversed by introducing n-butanol. An interesting sidelight to this is that for many years the Mercedes Benz sold in Germany carried in their first aid kits n-butanol (hemostipticum Revici) because it also stops arterial bleeding as well as blocking acute shock and state of shock.

This is very interesting. I used butanol to identify amino acids with two dimentional
chromatography in school, it smelled bad. I have been married to the same woman for 37 years. If something happened to her I wouldn't last long.
cheers.gif
Sorry Stoner, I know nothing I can say will help. I hope you make it through.

There are 3 or 4 different butanols. They are identical in terms of their contents but different in terms of their physical chemistry. The physical chemistry makes their properties different from each other. n-butanol is also known as butyl alcohol. N-butanol is very aromatic. The odor, which smells like alcohol, will fill a room.

Pray for me. hug.gif
12-24-2013, 01:12 AM #14
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. NZ Talk Back Host, Sean Plunkett, on "Radio Live" getting everyone to call in & tell them about their year..All warm & fuzzy stuff....Bloke on the phone to him just say saying it was looking like a terrible year... Wife was divorcing him...he was going to lose the house...and everything he had worked for..
.then She was just got killed in a road accident so it all turned out alright.


Thought it was a "put on " at first but then all the detail come out and it was fair dinkum
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12-24-2013, 01:27 AM #15
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(12-24-2013, 01:12 AM)ocker1 Wrote:  . NZ Talk Back Host, Sean Plunkett, on "Radio Live" getting everyone to call in & tell them about their year..All warm & fuzzy stuff....Bloke on the phone to him just say saying it was looking like a terrible year... Wife was divorcing him...he was going to lose the house...and everything he had worked for..
.then She was just got killed in a road accident so it all turned out alright.


Thought it was a "put on " at first but then all the detail come out and it was fair dinkum

damned.gif I bet it did turn out "alright" for him, probably a pretty hefty insurance settlement for accidental death.

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