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6 NOV 2013 ANESTHESIA If youā€™re having general anesthesia, an anesthesiologist will give you medications that make you lose consciousness. After the surgery is complete, you wonā€™t be wide awake right away. General anesthesia brings on a sleep-like state with the use of a combination of medicines. The medicines, known as anesthetics, are given before and during surgery or other medical procedures. General anesthesia usually uses a combination of intravenous medicines and inhaled gasses. You'll feel as though you're asleep. But general anesthesia does more than put you to sleep. You don't feel pain when you're under general anesthesia. This is because your brain doesn't respond to pain signals or reflexes. While you're under anesthesia, the anesthesia team monitors you, watches your body's vital functions, manages your breathing and treats pain related to the procedure. Your surgery might not require general anesthesia, but you might need sedation to be comfortable during the procedure. The effects of sedation, also called twilight sedation and monitored anesthesia care, can include being sleepy but awake and able to talk, or being asleep and unaware of your surroundings. The recovery from sedation is similar to that of general anesthesia but patients usually wake up quicker and their recovery time is shorter. As with general anesthesia, you wonā€™t be able to drive and should probably have someone stay with you for at least the first several hours after you return home. You'll slowly wake either in the operating room or the recovery room. You'll probably feel groggy and a little confused when you first awaken. You may continue to be sleepy, and your judgment and reflexes may take time to return to normal.
disabilityreminders Youā€™re allowed to use accommodations even if you could technically get by without them. Use the accommodations if you can. You donā€™t need to be at the highest level of suffering to be valid in using them. If they improve your quality of life or paın level or anything at all like that, then theyā€™re worth using and you deserve to use them. Jan 18th, 2024
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ļ½”惻 ļ¾Ÿćƒ»ļ½” ļ½” +. ļ¾Ÿļ½”惻. ļ½”. * ļ¾Ÿ + ļ½”惻ļ¾Ÿćƒ»ļ½”惻ļ¾Ÿćƒ». ļ½”* ļ½” 惻ļ¾Ÿćƒ» ā‹†š™šā‚ŠĖšāŠ¹ a small reminder for you, try not to be so hard on yourself, i know you are trying and giving your best! i know it might sound crazy to you right now but better days WILL come and you will look back at this exact moment and remember how impossible it all seemed. ā™” but look, you DID it! you got through one of your hardest days. so, donā€™t give up. healing takes time. it might all seem impossible but you will get there. it doesnā€™t have to look a certain way, in fact, healing looks different for everyone. go at your own pace and donā€™t try to rush anything! itā€™s not a race! ā™” donā€™t stress yourself out and try to worry less. you are stronger than you think and i KNOW you can do this and get through whatever you are going through! šŸŒø you GOT THIS! Ė™įµ•Ė™ ļ½”惻 ļ¾Ÿćƒ»ļ½” ļ½” +. ļ¾Ÿļ½”惻. ļ½”. * ļ¾Ÿ + ļ½”惻ļ¾Ÿćƒ»ļ½”惻ļ¾Ÿćƒ». ļ½”* ļ½” 惻ļ¾Ÿćƒ»
Date: 15/12/22 Autistic qualities such as differences in how we understand what our body is feeling (interoception), our experience of pain (hypo/ hyper sensitivity) and difficulties in noticing and identifying how we feel (alexithymia) Nurse practitioners and doctors may have a limited understanding of the unique and significant ways in which autism and its associated issues impact a patientā€™s experience of a given medical procedure. This means that the particular supports that might help to alleviate discomfort could be lacking. We might encounter resistance to our own attempts to self- regulate and take care of our sensory and emotional needs during the appointment. We may even experience medical gas lighting or invalidation when attempting to express our experience or request much needed accommodations ( we know that this happens at higher rates amongst female presenting people, people of colour and those with additional learning disabilities in our community). For those of us with a history of these types of experiences, just being in a medical environment could feel threatening and unsafe. * Autistic person with a particular set of qualities and traits, this is not a prediction of what others might encounter or an attempt to generalise my own experience to the broader community. Date: 15/12/22
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local anesthesia (you're awake and may feel pressure but shouldn't feel pain), sedation (you're awake but with lessened consciousness and won't remember much) or general anesthesia (you're completely knocked out and won't remember jack)
Sleepıng on your side or back will help alleviate neck paın, according to Harvard Health. If you're on your back, you'll want a rounded pillow under your neck for support. If you're on your side, you'll also want a pillow directly under your neck for support so your spine stays neutral. There are a couple of sleeping options if you have ear paın. The Cleveland Clinic advises you to sleep on the opposite side of the ear giving you trouble. You also want to sleep slightly elevated so that you're taking off any of the pressure from your inner ear. If you have a cĆøld or the flu, try sleeping on your back but with your head propped up. This can help keep your sinuses from becoming more congested than they probably are and can help you rest easier. According to Keck Medicine of USC, the best sleeping position for lower back paın is to lie on your back so your spine stays neutral. For lower back paın specifically, it can also help to use a pillow under your knees so that your legs aren't pulling on your spine. For those who wake up in the morning with hip paın or who find their hip paın exacerbated by the way they're sleepıng, try sleepıng on your back. You can also sleep on the opposite side of the hip that's giving you trouble, the Center for Spine and Orthopedics suggests. You should also put a pillow between your knees to take some pressure off your joints. Back sleepıng and side sleepıng can both help with knee paın, though back sleepıng is generally more recommended. If you're sleepıng on your back, the Arthritis Foundation recommends placing pillows under your knees to take any pressure off. If you choose to sleep on your side, place a pillow between your knees. Sleepıng on your back can help with perıods paın. This position, especially with a pillow under your knees, takes the pressure off your stomach and organs, as well as your back ā€” all of which can help ease cramping.
Ask your doctor about numbing cream. Prescription topical creams that contain lidocaine and prilocaine (Emla, Relador, and generic) can cut vaccine pain in half, the University of Toronto's Taddio says, and both children and adults can use these. The creams take anywhere from 20 to 60 minutes to become fully effective, depending on the brand. Taddio suggests bringing cream to the doctor's office and asking the nurse when you first arrive to show you where the shot will be given, so you'll be sure to numb the right area in advance. December 10, 2017
White-tigress ā€¢ 16d ago I recommend calling different doctors, letting them KNOW you have anxiety and you need an appointment with no physical exam. Itā€™s ok to have an appointment like this and if you donā€™t feel comfortable with the doctor then try a different one. Go To the doctor you end up feeling the most comfortable with and explain your pain issues and get their feedback For a plan for pain management and assurance that if you say STOP at any time during the exam, it all Stops and you either get to Have a break and calm down or get to decide to walk away and not finish. I donā€™t know if this helps but you have the right to meet with more than one doctor and not have a physical exam and discuss your anxiety and need for pain management and boundaries and why like this.
These may include nitrous oxide (laughing gas) inhaled, an intravenous (IV) line in, oral medications like Valium or Halcion (for anxiety) or a combination, along with anesthesia to numb the pain. Regardless of which type of anesthesia youā€™re given, you should feel relaxed and pain-free, with limited to no memory of the procedure. If youā€™re given general anesthesia, youā€™ll lose consciousness altogether. A surgical team will closely monitor your pulse, respiration, blood pressure, and fluids.
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ā €ā € ā €ā € š«šžš¦š¢š§ššžš«: :ĀØ Ā·.Ā· ĀØ: ā €ā € ā €ā € ā €ā € ā €ā € ā €ā € ā €ā € ā €ā € `Ā· . ź”« To all the people who had a rough day, week or month, remember to focus on what you can control, you are enough and you deserve all your desiresā™”
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Tuesday 6 November 2012 Cool SMS ā†’ Ļ‰Š½Ń”Ī· уĻƒĻ… Š²Ń”ā„“Ī¹Ń”Ī½Ń” Ī¹Ī· ѕĻƒŠ¼Ń”ĻƒĪ·Ń” āˆ‚єєĻā„“Ńƒ, Š¼Ī¹Ń•-Ļ…Ī·āˆ‚Ń”ŃŃ•Ń‚Ī±Ī·āˆ‚Ī¹Ī·gѕ Ī±ŃĪ¹Ń•Ń”, Š²Ļ…Ń‚ āˆ‚ĻƒĪ·ā€™Ń‚ ʒєєā„“ ʒĻƒŃ Ī¹Ń‚ā€¦ Š²Ń”Ā¢Ī±Ļ…Ń•Ń” ѕĻƒŠ¼Ń” Š¼Ī¹Ń•-Ļ…Ī·āˆ‚Ń”ŃŃ•Ń‚Ī±Ī·āˆ‚Ī¹Ī·gѕ Ī±ŃŃ” Ī·Ń”Ń”āˆ‚Ń”āˆ‚ ʒĻƒŃ gĻƒĻƒāˆ‚ Ļ…Ī·āˆ‚Ń”ŃŃ•Ń‚Ī±Ī·āˆ‚Ī¹Ī·g.. ā†’ Ī¹Ę’ Ī¹ Ā¢ĻƒĻ…ā„“āˆ‚ ĻĻ…ā„“ā„“ āˆ‚ĻƒĻ‰Ī· тŠ½Ń” яĪ±Ī¹Ī·Š²ĻƒĻ‰ Ī¹ Ļ‰ĻƒĻ…ā„“āˆ‚ Ļ‰ŃĪ¹Ń‚Ń” Ļ…я Ī·Ī±Š¼Ń” Ļ‰Ī¹Ń‚Š½ Ī¹Ń‚ & ĻĻ…Ń‚ Ī¹Ń‚ Š²Ī±Ā¢Šŗ Ī¹Ī· тŠ½Ń” ѕŠŗу тĻƒ ā„“єт єĪ½Ń”ŃŃƒŠ²Ļƒāˆ‚Ńƒ ŠŗĪ·ĻƒĻ‰ Š½ĻƒĻ‰ Ā¢Ļƒā„“ĻƒŃĘ’Ļ…ā„“ Š¼Ńƒ ā„“Ī¹Ę’Ń” Ī¹Ń• Ļ‰Ī¹Ń‚Š½ Ī± ʒяĪ¹Ń”Ī·āˆ‚ ā„“Ī¹Šŗє Ļ…!! ā†’ тŠ½Ī¹Ń• ā„“Ī¹Ę’Ń” Ī¹Ń• тĻƒĻƒ ѕŠ½ĻƒŃŃ‚ тĻƒ Š¼Ī±Šŗє Ī±Ī·āˆ‚ Ī±Ā¢Ā¢Ń”ā„“Ń”ŃĪ±Ń‚Ń” яєā„“Ī±Ń‚Ī¹ĻƒĪ·Ń•, Š²Ļ…Ń‚ Ī¹ āˆ‚ĻƒĪ·ā€™Ń‚ ŠŗĪ·ĻƒĻ‰ Ļ‰Š½Ńƒ ĻŃ”ĻƒĻā„“Ń” Š²ŃŃ”Ī±Šŗ тŠ½Ń” āˆ‚Ń”Ī½Ń”ā„“ĻƒĻŃ”āˆ‚ яєā„“Ī±Ń‚Ī¹ĻƒĪ·Ń•. тŠ½Ī¹Ń• ā„“Ī¹Ę’Ń” Ī¹Ń• тĻƒĻƒ ѕŠ½ĻƒŃŃ‚ тĻƒ ѕĪ±Ńƒ ѕĻƒŠ¼Ń”Ń‚Š½Ī¹Ī·g тĻƒ ā„“ĻƒĪ½Ń”āˆ‚ ĻƒĪ·Ń”Ń•, Š²Ļ…Ń‚ Ī¹ āˆ‚ĻƒĪ·ā€™Ń‚ ŠŗĪ·ĻƒĻ‰ Ļ‰Š½Ńƒ ĻŃ”ĻƒĻā„“Ń” ŠŗєєĻ ѕĪ¹ā„“Ń”Ī·Ā¢Ń” ʒĻƒŃ Ī± ā„“ĻƒĪ·g ĻŃ”яĪ¹Ļƒāˆ‚. тŠ½Ī¹Ń• ā„“Ī¹Ę’Ń” Ī¹Ń• тĻƒĻƒ ѕŠ½ĻƒŃŃ‚ тĻƒ Š¼Ī±Šŗє яєĪ±ā„“ ʒяĪ¹Ń”Ī·āˆ‚Ń•, Š²Ļ…Ń‚ Ī¹ āˆ‚ĻƒĪ·ā€™Ń‚ ŠŗĪ·ĻƒĻ‰ Ļ‰Š½Ńƒ ĻŃ”ĻƒĻā„“Ń” Š²ŃŃ”Ī±Šŗ ʒяĪ¹Ń”Ī·āˆ‚Ń•Š½Ī¹ĻŃ•. ā†’ ā„“Ī¹Ę’Ń” Ī¹Ń• Ī·ĻƒŃ‚ × Ļ…Ń•Ń‚ Ļ‰Ī±Ī¹Ń‚Ī¹Ī·g ʒĻƒŃ ѕĻƒŠ¼Ń”ĻƒĪ·Ń” Ļ‰Š½Ļƒ Ī¹Ń• Š¼Ī±āˆ‚Ń” ʒĻƒŃ уĻƒĻ…. Š²Ļ…Ń‚ ā„“Ī¹Ę’Ń” Ī¹Ń• ā„“Ī¹Ī½Ī¹Ī·g ʒĻƒŃ ѕĻƒŠ¼Ń”ĻƒĪ·Ń”, Ļ‰Š½Ļƒ ā„“Ī¹Ī½Ń”Ń• Š²Ń”Ā¢Ī±Ļ…Ń•Ń” ĻƒĘ’ уĻƒĻ…. ā†’ ʒā„“ĻƒĻ‰Ń”ŃŃ• Ī·Ń”Ń”āˆ‚ ѕĻ…Ī·Ń•Š½Ī¹Ī·Ń”, Ī½Ī¹Ļƒā„“єтѕ Ī·Ń”Ń”āˆ‚ āˆ‚Ń”Ļ‰, Ī±ā„“ā„“ Ī±Ī·gєā„“Ń• Ī¹Ī· Š½Ń”Ī±Ī½Ń”Ī· ŠŗĪ·ĻƒĻ‰ Ī¹ Ī·Ń”Ń”āˆ‚ Ļ…. ā†’ Ī¹ ā„“ĻƒĪ½Ń” ĻŠ½ĻƒŃ‚ĻƒŃ•. Š²Ń”Ā¢Ī±Ļ…Ń•Ń” тŠ½Ń” Š²Ń”Ń•Ń‚ тŠ½Ī¹Ī·g Ī±Š²ĻƒĻ…Ń‚ тŠ½Ń”Š¼ Ī¹Ń• тŠ½Ń”Ńƒ Ī·Ń”Ī½Ń”я Ā¢Š½Ī±Ī·gє, єĪ½Ń”Ī· Ļ‰Š½Ń”Ī· тŠ½Ń” ĻŃ”ĻƒĻā„“Ń” Ī¹Ī· тŠ½Ń”Š¼ Ā¢Š½Ī±Ī·gє ā€œĻ‰Ī¹ā„“ā„“Ī¹Ī±Š¼ ѕŠ½Ī±ŠŗєѕĻŃ”Ī±ŃŃ”ā€. ā†’ Ļ‰Ń” ā„“ĻƒĪ½Ń” ĻƒĻ…ŃŃ•Ń”ā„“Ę’ єĪ½Ń”Ī· Ī±Ę’Ń‚Ń”Ń Š¼Ī±ŠŗĪ¹Ī·g ѕĻƒ Š¼Ī±Ī·Ńƒ Š¼Ī¹Ń•Ń‚Ī±Šŗєѕ. тŠ½Ń”Ī· Š½ĻƒĻ‰ Ā¢Ī±Ī· Ļ‰Ń” 4 тŠ½Ń”Ī¹Ń ѕŠ¼Ī±ā„“ā„“ Š¼Ī¹Ń•Ń‚Ī±Šŗєѕ? ѕтяĪ±Ī·gє Š²Ļ…Ń‚ тяĻ…Ń”! ѕĻƒ Š¼Ī±Šŗє Š½Ī±Š²Ī¹Ń‚ ĻƒĘ’ ʒĻƒŃgĪ¹Ī½Ī¹Ī·g. ā†’ єĪ½Ń”ŃŃƒāˆ‚Ī±Ńƒ, єĪ½Ń”ŃŃƒĻ‰Š½Ń”ŃŃ”, єĪ½Ń”ŃŃƒŃ‚Ī¹Š¼Ń”, Ī¹ Š¼Ī±Ńƒ Ī·ĻƒŃ‚ Š²Ń” Ļ‰Ī¹Ń‚Š½ уĻƒĻ…, Š²Ļ…Ń‚ Š¼Ńƒ тŠ½Ī¹Ī·ŠŗĪ¹Ī·g, Š¼Ńƒ Ā¢Ī±ŃŃ”, Š¼Ńƒ ѕŠ¼Ń•, Š¼Ńƒ ĻŃĪ±ŃƒŃ”ŃŃ• ; Š¼Ńƒ ā„“ĻƒĪ½Ń”ā„“Ńƒ Ļ‰Ī¹Ń•Š½Ń”Ń• Ī±ŃŃ” Ī±ā„“Ļ‰Ī±ŃƒŃ• Ļ‰Ī¹Ń‚Š½ уĻƒĻ…. ā†’ Ļ… Š¼Ī±Ńƒ Š²Ń” ĻƒĻ…Ń‚ ĻƒĘ’ Š¼Ńƒ ѕĪ¹gŠ½Ń‚, Š²Ļ…Ń‚ Ī·ĻƒŃ‚ ĻƒĻ…Ń‚ ĻƒĘ’ Š¼Ńƒ Š½Ń”Ī±ŃŃ‚, Ļ… Š¼Ī±Ńƒ Š²Ń” ĻƒĻ…Ń‚ ĻƒĘ’ Š¼Ńƒ яєĪ±Ā¢Š½ Š²Ļ…Ń‚ Ī·ĻƒŃ‚ ĻƒĻ…Ń‚ ĻƒĘ’ Š¼Ńƒ Š¼Ī¹Ī·āˆ‚.Ī¹ Š¼Ī±Ńƒ Š¼Ń”Ī±Ī· Ī·ĻƒŃ‚Š½Ī¹Ī·g тĻƒ Ļ… Š²Ļ…Ń‚ Ļ… Ļ‰Ī¹ā„“ā„“ Ī±ā„“Ļ‰Ī±ŃƒŃ• Š²Ń” ѕĻŃ”Ā¢Ī¹Ī±ā„“ тĻƒ Š¼Ń”! ā†’ Ī¹Ę’ єĪ½Ń”я уĻƒĻ… gєт ā„“єѕѕ ѕŠ¼Ń• ʒяĻƒŠ¼ Š¼Ń”, āˆ‚ĻƒĪ·ā€™Ń‚ тŠ½Ī¹Ī·Šŗ тŠ½Ī±Ń‚ Ī¹ āˆ‚Ī¹āˆ‚Ī·ā€™Ń‚ Ā¢Ī±ŃŃ” ʒĻƒŃ уĻƒĻ…. Ī¹Ń‚ Š¼Ń”Ī±Ī·Ń• тŠ½Ī±Ń‚ Ī¹ Ī±Š¼ ѕєĪ±ŃĀ¢Š½Ī¹Ī·g тŠ½Ń” Š²Ń”Ń•Ń‚ ѕŠ¼Ń• ʒĻƒŃ Ī± Š²Ń”Ń•Ń‚ ĻŃ”ŃŃ•ĻƒĪ· ā„“Ī¹Šŗє уĻƒĻ… ā†’ ĻŃ”ĻƒĻā„“Ń” ā„“Ī¹Ī½Ń” āˆ‚Ī¹Ń” ā„“Ī±Ļ…gŠ½ Ā¢ŃŃƒ ѕĻƒŠ¼Ń” gĪ¹Ī½Ń” Ļ…Ļ ѕĻƒŠ¼Ń” Ļ‰Ī¹ā„“ā„“ тяу ѕĻƒŠ¼Ń” ѕĪ±Ńƒ Š½Ī¹ ѕĻƒŠ¼Ń” ѕĪ±Ńƒ Š²ŃƒŃ” ĻƒŃ‚Š½Ń”ŃŃ• Š¼Ī±Ńƒ ʒĻƒŃgєт уĻƒĻ… Š²Ļ…Ń‚ Ī·Ń”Ī½Ń”я Ļ‰Ī¹ā„“ā„“ Ī¹. ā†’ Ī¹ Ī·Ń”Ī½Ń”я єĻ‡ĻŃ”Ā¢Ń‚ ĻƒŃ‚Š½Ń”ŃŃ• тĻƒ ѕŠ¼Ń• Š¼Ń”. Š²Ļ…Ń‚ Ī¹ā€™ā„“ā„“ Ī±ā„“Ļ‰Ī±ŃƒŃ• āˆ‚яĻƒĻ Š¼Ńƒ ѕŠ¼Ń• Ī¹Ī·Ń‚Ļƒ тŠ½Ń”Ī¹Ń Ī¹Ī·Š²ĻƒĻ‡ тĻƒ ѕŠ½ĻƒĻ‰ Ī¹ ѕтĪ¹ā„“ā„“ ā€œā„“ĻƒĪ½Ń” & яєŠ¼Ń”Š¼Š²Ń”яā€ тŠ½Ń”Š¼ Ļ‰Ī¹Ń‚Š½ ĻƒŃ Ļ‰Ī¹Ń‚Š½ĻƒĻ…Ń‚ тŠ½Ń”Ī¹Ń ѕŠ¼Ń• ā†’ ʒєєā„“ gĻƒĻƒāˆ‚ Ļ‰Š½Ń”Ī· ѕĻƒŠ¼Ń”Š²Ļƒāˆ‚Ńƒ Š¼Ī¹Ń•Ń• Ļ…. ʒєєā„“ Š²Ń”Ń‚Ń‚Ń”Ń Ļ‰Š½Ń”Ī· ѕĻƒŠ¼Ń”Š²Ļƒāˆ‚Ńƒ ā„“ĻƒĪ½Ń”Ń• Ļ…. Š²Ļ…Ń‚ ʒєєā„“ Š²Ń”Ń•Ń‚ Ļ‰Š½Ń”Ī· ѕĻƒŠ¼Ń”Š²Ļƒāˆ‚Ńƒ Ī·Ń”Ī½Ń”я ʒĻƒŃgєтѕ Ļ…. ā†’ тĻ‰Ļƒ тŠ½Ī¹Ī·gѕ Ā¢Ī±Ī· Ī·Ń”Ī½Ń”я Š²Ń” āˆ‚єʒĪ¹Ī·Ń”āˆ‚ Ī¹Ī· Ļ‰Š½Ļƒā„“Ń” ā„“Ī¹Ę’Ń”, ā„“ĻƒĪ½Ń”: Š²Ń”Ā¢Ī±Ļ…Ń•Ń” уĻƒĻ… Ī·Ń”Ī½Ń”я ŠŗĪ·ĻƒĻ‰ Ļ‰Š½Ļƒ ā„“ĻƒĪ½Ń”Ń• уĻƒĻ… Š½ĻƒĻ‰ Š¼Ļ…Ā¢Š½. &; ʒяĪ¹Ń”Ī·āˆ‚: Š²Ń”Ā¢Ī±Ļ…Ń•Ń” уĻƒĻ… Ī·Ń”Ī½Ń”я ŠŗĪ·ĻƒĻ‰ Š½ĻƒĻ‰ āˆ‚єєĻā„“Ńƒ тŠ½Ń”Ńƒ Ā¢Ī±ŃŃ” Ī±Š²ĻƒĻ…Ń‚ уĻƒĻ…. ā†’ Ī±ā„“Ļ‰Ī±ŃƒŃ• Ī±Ń•Šŗ gĻƒāˆ‚ тĻƒ gĪ¹Ī½Ń” Ļ… Ļ‰Š½Ī±Ń‚ Ļ… āˆ‚Ń”Ń•Ń”ŃĪ½Ń”, Ī·ĻƒŃ‚ Ļ‰Š½Ī±Ń‚ уĻƒĻ… āˆ‚єѕĪ¹ŃŃ”. Š²Ā¢Ļƒz уĻƒĻ…я āˆ‚єѕĪ¹ŃŃ”Ń• Š¼Ī±Ńƒ Š²Ń” ʒєĻ‰, Š²Ļ…Ń‚ уĻƒĻ… āˆ‚Ń”Ń•Ń”ŃĪ½Ń”Ń• Ī± ā„“ĻƒŃ‚! ā†’ ѕĻƒŠ¼Ń” яєā„“Ī±Ń‚Ī¹ĻƒĪ·Ń• Ī±ŃŃ” ā„“Ī¹Šŗє тĻƒŠ¼ Ī±Ī·āˆ‚ נєяяу. тŠ½Ń”Ńƒ тєĪ±Ń•Ń” єĪ±Ā¢Š½ ĻƒŃ‚Š½Ń”я, ŠŗĪ·ĻƒĀ¢Šŗ āˆ‚ĻƒĻ‰Ī· єĪ±Ā¢Š½ ĻƒŃ‚Š½Ń”я, Ī¹ŃŃĪ¹Ń‚Ī±Ń‚Ń” єĪ±Ā¢Š½ ĻƒŃ‚Š½Ń”я Š²Ļ…Ń‚ тŠ½Ń”Ńƒ єĪ½Ń”Ī· Ā¢Ī±Ī·ā€™Ń‚ ā„“Ī¹Ī½Ń” Ļ‰Ī¹Ń‚Š½ĻƒĻ…Ń‚ єĪ±Ā¢Š½ ĻƒŃ‚Š½Ń”я! ā†’ Ī±Ī· єĻ‡Ā¢Ń”ā„“ā„“Ń”Ī·Ń‚ яĻƒĪ±āˆ‚ ѕєĪ·Ń‚Ń”Ī·Ā¢Ń” Ļ‰ŃĪ¹Ń‚Ń‚Ń”Ī· ĻƒĪ· Ī·Ī±Ń‚Ī¹ĻƒĪ·Ī±ā„“ Š½Ī¹gŠ½Ļ‰Ī±Ńƒ: gĻƒ ѕā„“ĻƒĻ‰, Ļ…Ī·ā„“єѕѕ Ļ… Š½Ī±Ī½Ń” Ī±Ī· Ļ…яgєĪ·Ń‚ Ī±ĻĻĻƒĪ¹Ī·Ń‚Š¼Ń”Ī·Ń‚ Ļ‰Ī¹Ń‚Š½ gĻƒāˆ‚! ā†’ Š½Ī±Ńāˆ‚ тĪ¹Š¼Ń”Ń• Ī±ŃŃ” ā„“Ī¹Šŗє Ī± Ļ‰Ī±Ń•Š½Ī¹Ī·g Š¼Ī±Ā¢Š½Ī¹Ī·Ń”, тŠ½Ń”Ńƒ тĻ‰Ī¹Ń•Ń‚, тĻ…яĪ· &Ī±Š¼Ļ; ŠŗĪ·ĻƒĀ¢Šŗ Ļ…Ń• Ī±ŃĻƒĻ…Ī·āˆ‚, Š²Ļ…Ń‚ Ī¹Ī· тŠ½Ń” єĪ·āˆ‚ Ļ‰Ń” Ā¢ĻƒŠ¼Ń” ĻƒĻ…Ń‚ Ā¢ā„“Ń”Ī±Ī·Ń”я, Š²ŃĪ¹gŠ½Ń‚Ń”Ń &Ī±Š¼Ļ; Š²Ń”Ń‚Ń‚Ń”Ń тŠ½Ī±Ī· Š²Ń”Ę’ĻƒŃŃ”ā€¦ ā†’ ѕĻƒŠ¼Ń”Ń‚Ī¹Š¼Ń”Ń• уĻƒĻ… Š½Ī±Ī½Ń” тĻƒ яĻ…Ī· Ī±Ļ‰Ī±Ńƒ. Ī·ĻƒŃ‚ × Ļ…Ń•Ń‚ тĻƒ Ā¢ŃŃ”Ī±Ń‚Ń” āˆ‚Ī¹Ń•Ń‚Ī±Ī·Ā¢Ń”Ń•. Š²Ļ…Ń‚ тĻƒ ѕєє Ļ‰Š½Ļƒ Ā¢Ī±ŃŃ”Ń• єĪ·ĻƒĻ…gŠ½ тĻƒ яĻ…Ī· Š²Ń”Š½Ī¹Ī·āˆ‚ уĻƒĻ…! ā†’ Š¼Ńƒ Ļ‰Ī±Ńƒ ĻƒĘ’ ā„“Ī¹Ę’Ń” . ĻŃ”ĻƒĻā„“Ń” ā„“Ī±Ļ…gŠ½ Š²Ń”Ā¢Ī±Ļ…Ń•Ń” Ī¹ Ī±Š¼ āˆ‚Ī¹Ę’Ę’Ń”ŃŃ”Ī·Ń‚, Ī¹ ā„“Ī±Ļ…gŠ½ Š²Ń”Ā¢Ī±Ļ…Ń•Ń” тŠ½Ń”Ńƒ Ī±ŃŃ” Ī±ā„“ā„“ тŠ½Ń” ѕĪ±Š¼Ń”, . тŠ½Ī±Ń‚Ń• Ā¢Ī±ā„“ā„“Ń”āˆ‚ ā€˜Ī±Ń‚Ń‚Ī¹Ń‚Ļ…āˆ‚Ń”ā€™ā€¦ ā€œā„“Ī¹Ī½Ń” Ī¹Ń‚ уĻƒĻ…я ĻƒĻ‰Ī· Ļ‰Ī±Ńƒā€ ā†’ Ī± ĻĻƒĻĻ…ā„“Ī±Ń Ī¹Ī·Ń•ĻĪ¹ŃĪ±Ń‚Ī¹ĻƒĪ·Ī±ā„“ ѕĻŃ”Ī±Šŗєя ѕĪ±Ī¹āˆ‚: Š²Ń”Ń•Ń‚ уєĪ±ŃŃ• ĻƒĘ’ Š¼Ńƒ ā„“Ī¹Ę’Ń” Ļ‰Ń”ŃŃ” ѕĻŃ”Ī·Ń‚ Ī¹Ī· Ī±ŃŠ¼Ń• ĻƒĘ’ Ī± Ļ‰ĻƒŠ¼Ī±Ī· Ļ‰Š½Ļƒ Ļ‰Ī±Ń•Ī·ā€™Ń‚ Š¼Ńƒ Ļ‰Ī¹Ę’Ń”! Ī±Ļ…āˆ‚Ī¹Ń”Ī·Ā¢Ń” Ļ‰Ī±Ń• ѕŠ½ĻƒĀ¢Šŗєāˆ‚ Ī±Ī·āˆ‚ ѕĪ¹ā„“Ń”Ī·Ā¢Ń”. Š½Ń” Ī±āˆ‚āˆ‚Ń”āˆ‚: ѕŠ½Ń” Ļ‰Ī±Ń• Š¼Ńƒ Š¼ĻƒŃ‚Š½Ń”я! Ī±Ļ…āˆ‚Ī¹Ń”Ī·Ā¢Ń” Ī±ĻĻā„“Ī±Ļ…Ń•Ń” Ī±Ī·āˆ‚ ā„“Ī±Ļ…gŠ½Ń‚Ń”Ń! ā†’ ĻƒĻ…я Š²Ļƒāˆ‚Ńƒ Ī¹Ń• ʒĻ…ā„“ā„“Ńƒ Š¼Ī±āˆ‚Ń” ĻƒĘ’ Ļ‰Ī±Ń‚Ń”Ń Š²Ļ…Ń‚ Ļ‰Š½Ń”Ī·Ń”Ī½Ń”я Ī¹Ń‚ Š½Ļ…ŃŃ‚Ń• Š²ā„“ĻƒĻƒāˆ‚ Ā¢ĻƒŠ¼Ń”Ń• ĻƒĻ…Ń‚. ĻƒĻ…я Š½Ń”Ī±ŃŃ‚ Ī¹Ń• ʒĻ…ā„“ā„“ ĻƒĘ’ Š²ā„“ĻƒĻƒāˆ‚ Š²Ļ…Ń‚ Ļ‰Š½Ń”Ī·Ń”Ī½Ń”я Ī¹Ń‚ Š½Ļ…ŃŃ‚Ń•, Ļ‰Ī±Ń‚Ń”Ń Ā¢ĻƒŠ¼Ń”Ń• ʒяĻƒŠ¼ ĻƒĻ…я єуєѕ. ā†’ ā„“Ī¹Ę’Ń” Ī¹Ń• Ī± ĻƒĪ·Ń” Ļ‰Ī±Ńƒ яĻƒĪ±āˆ‚. Ļ‰Š½Ń”ŃŃ” Ā¢Ī±Ī· ѕєє Š²Ī±Ā¢Šŗ. Š²Ļ…Ń‚ уĻƒĻ… Ā¢Ī±Ī· Ī·ĻƒŃ‚ gĻƒ Š²Ī±Ā¢Šŗ. ѕĻƒ āˆ‚Ļƒ Ī·ĻƒŃ‚ Š¼Ī¹Ń•Ń• Ī±Ī·ŃƒŃ‚Š½Ī¹Ī·g. єĪ·× ĻƒŃƒ єĪ½Ń”ŃŃƒ ѕєĀ¢ĻƒĪ·āˆ‚ ĻƒĘ’ ā„“Ī¹Ę’Ń”! ā†’ Ī¹Ę’ Ī±Ī· єgg Š²ŃŃ”Ī±Šŗѕ āˆ‚Ļ…Ń” 2 ĻƒĻ…Ń‚Ń•Ī¹āˆ‚Ń” ʒĻƒŃĀ¢Ń”! ā€œĪ¹Ī·Ń•Ī¹āˆ‚Ń” ā„“Ī¹Ę’Ń” єĪ·āˆ‚Ń•!ā€ Š²Ļ…Ń‚ā€¦ Ī¹Ę’ Ī¹Ń‚ Š²ŃŃ”Ī±Šŗѕ ʒяĻƒŠ¼ Ī¹Ī·Ń•Ī¹āˆ‚Ń”! ā€œā„“Ī¹Ę’Ń” Š²Ń”gĪ¹Ī·Ń•!ā€ gяєĪ±Ń‚ тŠ½Ī¹Ī·gѕ Ī±ā„“Ļ‰Ī±ŃƒŃ• Š²Ń”gĪ¹Ī· ʒяĻƒŠ¼ Ī¹Ī·Ń•Ī¹āˆ‚Ń”! ѕĻƒ тяу тĻƒ Š¼Ī±Šŗє уĻƒĻ…я Ī¹Ī·Ń•Ī¹āˆ‚Ń” gĻƒĻƒāˆ‚! ā†’ Ī± ā„“Ī¹Ń‚Ń‚ā„“Ń” āˆ‚Ī¹Ę’Ę’Ń”ŃŃ”Ī·Ā¢Ń” Š²Ń”Ń‚Ļ‰Ń”Ń”Ī· ĻŃĻƒŠ¼Ī¹Ń•Ń”Ń• &Ī±Š¼Ļ; Š¼Ń”Š¼ĻƒŃĪ¹Ń”Ń•. ĻŃĻƒŠ¼Ī¹Ń•Ń”Ń•: Ļ‰Ń” Š²ŃŃ”Ī±Šŗ тŠ½Ń”Š¼ &Ī±Š¼Ļ; Š¼Ń”Š¼ĻƒŃĪ¹Ń”Ń•: тŠ½Ń”Ńƒ Š²ŃŃ”Ī±Šŗ Ļ…Ń•. ā†’ ŠŗєєĻ Ī± ѕĻŃ”Ā¢Ī¹Ī±ā„“ Ļā„“Ī±Ā¢Ń” ʒĻƒŃ Š¼Ń” Ī¹Ī· уĻƒĻ…я Š½Ń”Ī±ŃŃ‚, Ī·ĻƒŃ‚ Ī¹Ī· уĻƒĻ…я Š¼Ī¹Ī·āˆ‚! ŠŗєєĻĪ¹Ī·g Š¼Ń” Ī¹Ī· уĻƒĻ…я Š¼Ī¹Ī·āˆ‚ Ā¢Ī±Ī· Š²Ń” āˆ‚Ī±Ī·gєяĻƒĻ…Ń• ʒĻƒŃ уĻƒĻ… Š²Ń”Ā¢Ī±Ļ…Ń•Ń” ĻŃ”ĻƒĻā„“Ń” ѕĪ±Ńƒ Ī¹ Ī±Š¼ Š¼Ī¹Ī·āˆ‚ Š²ā„“ĻƒĻ‰Ī¹Ī·gā€¦ ā†’ Š½Ī±ĻĻĪ¹Ī·Ń”Ń•Ń• Ā¢Ī±Ī·Ī·ĻƒŃ‚ Š²Ń” ʒĻƒĻ…Ī·āˆ‚ Ļ‰Š½Ń”Ī· уĻƒĻ… ѕєєŠŗ Ī¹Ń‚ ʒĻƒŃ уĻƒĻ…ŃŃ•Ń”ā„“Ę’ Š²Ļ…Ń‚ Ļ‰Š½Ń”Ī· уĻƒĻ… gĪ¹Ī½Ń” Ī¹Ń‚ тĻƒ ĻƒŃ‚Š½Ń”ŃŃ•, Ī¹Ń‚ Ļ‰Ī¹ā„“ā„“ ʒĪ¹Ī·āˆ‚ Ī¹Ń‚ā€™Ń• Ļ‰Ī±Ńƒ Š²Ī±Ā¢Šŗ тĻƒ уĻƒĻ… тŠ½Ī±Ń‚ā€™Ń• тŠ½Ń” Š¼ŃƒŃ•Ń‚Ń”ŃŃƒ ĻƒĘ’ Š½Ī±ĻĻĪ¹Ī·Ń”Ń•Ń• Ī¹Ń‚ gяĻƒĻ‰Ń• Ļ‰Š½Ń”Ī· ѕŠ½Ī±ŃŃ”āˆ‚. ā†’ тŠ½Ń” Š½Ī±ĻĻĪ¹Ń”Ń•Ń‚ ĻƒĘ’ ĻŃ”ĻƒĻā„“Ń” āˆ‚ĻƒĪ·ā€™Ń‚ Ī·Ń”Ā¢Ń”Ń•Ń•Ī±ŃĪ¹ā„“Ńƒ Š½Ī±Ī½Ń” тŠ½Ń” Š²Ń”Ń•Ń‚ ĻƒĘ’ єĪ½Ń”ŃŃƒŃ‚Š½Ī¹Ī·g. тŠ½Ń”Ńƒ × Ļ…Ń•Ń‚ Š¼Ī±Šŗє тŠ½Ń” Š¼ĻƒŃ•Ń‚ ĻƒĘ’ єĪ½Ń”ŃŃƒŃ‚Š½Ī¹Ī·g, тŠ½Ī±Ń‚ Ā¢ĻƒŠ¼Ń”Ń• Ī±ā„“ĻƒĪ·g тŠ½Ń”Ī¹Ń Ļ‰Ī±Ńƒ. ā†’ āˆ‚Ń”Ī±Ń‚Š½ Ī¹Ń• Ī·ĻƒŃ‚ тŠ½Ń” gяєĪ±Ń‚єѕт ā„“ĻƒŃ•Ń• Ī¹Ī· ā„“Ī¹Ę’Ń” тŠ½Ń” gяєĪ±Ń‚єѕт ā„“ĻƒŃ•Ń• ĻƒĘ’ ā„“Ī¹Ę’Ń” Ī¹Ń• Ļ‰Š½Ń”Ī· яєā„“Ī±Ń‚Ī¹ĻƒĪ·Ń•Š½Ī¹Ļ āˆ‚Ī¹Ń”Ń• Ī±Š¼ĻƒĪ·g Ļ…Ń• Ļ‰Š½Ī¹ā„“Ń” Ļ‰Ń” я Ī±ā„“Ī¹Ī½Ń” ѕĻƒ Š² ѕтяĻƒĪ·g Ī¹Ī· уĻƒĻ…я яєā„“Ī±Ń‚Ī¹ĻƒĪ·Ń•. ā†’ єĻ‡ĻŃŃ”Ń•Ń•Ī¹ĻƒĪ· ĻƒĘ’ тŠ½Ń” ʒĪ±Ā¢Ń” Ā¢ĻƒĻ…ā„“āˆ‚ Š²Ń” ѕєєĪ· Š²Ńƒ єĪ½Ń”ŃŃƒĻƒĪ·Ń”. Š²Ļ…Ń‚ тŠ½Ń” āˆ‚Ń”ĻŃŃ”Ń•Ń•Ī¹ĻƒĪ· ĻƒĘ’ Š½Ń”Ī±ŃŃ‚ Ā¢ĻƒĻ…ā„“āˆ‚ Š²Ń” Ļ…Ī·āˆ‚Ń”ŃŃ•Ń‚ĻƒĻƒāˆ‚ ĻƒĪ·ā„“Ńƒ Š²Ńƒ тŠ½Ń” Š²Ń”Ń•Ń‚ ĻƒĪ·Ń”. āˆ‚ĻƒĪ·ā€™Ń‚ ā„“ĻƒŃ•Ń” тŠ½Ń”Š¼ Ī¹Ī· ā„“Ī¹Ę’Ń”. ā†’ тŠ½ĻƒĻ…Ń•Ī±Ī·āˆ‚Ń• ĻƒĘ’ ā„“Ī±Ī·gĻ…Ī±gєѕ Ī±ŃĻƒĻ…Ī·āˆ‚ тŠ½Ī¹Ń• Ļ‰ĻƒŃā„“āˆ‚ Š²Ļ…Ń‚ ā€œŃ•Š¼Ī¹ā„“Ń”ā€ Ā¢Ī±Ī· Š²Ń”Ī±Ń‚ тŠ½Ń”Š¼ Ī±ā„“ā„“. Š²Ń”Ā¢Ī±Ļ…Ń•Ń” ā€œŃ•Š¼Ī¹ā„“Ń”ā€ Ī¹Ń• тŠ½Ń” ā„“Ī±Ī·gĻ…Ī±gє єĪ½Ń”Ī· Ī± Š²Ī±Š²Ńƒ Ā¢Ī±Ī· ѕĻŃ”Ī±Šŗ.. ā†’ ѕĻƒŠ¼Ń” ĻŃ”ĻƒĻā„“Ń” āˆ‚ĻƒĪ·ā€™Ń‚ ŠŗĪ·ĻƒĻ‰ Š½ĻƒĻ‰ Ī¹Š¼ĻĻƒŃŃ‚Ī±Ī·Ń‚ тŠ½Ń”Ī¹Ń ĻŃŃ”Ń•Ń”Ī·Ā¢Ń” Ī¹Ń•. Š½ĻƒĻ‰ gĻƒĻƒāˆ‚ Ī¹Ń‚ ʒєєā„“Ń• тĻƒ Š½Ī±Ī½Ń” тŠ½Ń”Š¼ Ī±ŃĻƒĻ…Ī·āˆ‚. Š½ĻƒĻ‰ Ā¢ĻƒŠ¼Ę’ĻƒŃŃ‚Ī¹Ī·g тŠ½Ń”Ī¹Ń Ļ‰ĻƒŃāˆ‚Ń• Ī±ŃŃ”. Ī±Ī·āˆ‚ Š½ĻƒĻ‰ ѕĪ±Ń‚Ī¹Ń•Ę’ŃƒĪ¹Ī·g Ī¹Ń• тŠ½Ń” Ī½Ń”ŃŃƒ тŠ½ĻƒĻ…gŠ½Ń‚ тŠ½Ī±Ń‚ тŠ½Ń”Ńƒ єĻ‡Ī¹Ń•Ń‚. тŠ½Ń”Ńƒ Ļ‰ĻƒĻ…ā„“āˆ‚Ī·ā€™Ń‚ ŠŗĪ·ĻƒĻ‰ Ļ…Ī·ā„“єѕѕ Ļ‰Ń” тєā„“ā„“ тŠ½Ń”Š¼ ā„“Ī¹Šŗє Ī¹ Ī±Š¼ тєā„“ā„“Ī¹Ī·g уĻƒĻ… Ī·ĻƒĻ‰. уĻƒĻ… Ī±ŃŃ” тяĻ…Ń”ā„“Ńƒ Ī½Ī±ā„“Ļ…Ń”āˆ‚ā€¦!! ā†’ Š²Ń”Ń•Ń‚ ā„“Ī¹Ī·Ń”Ń• Š²Ńƒ Ī± Š²Ń”Ń•Ń‚ ʒяĪ¹Ń”Ī·āˆ‚: ā€œĪ¹Ń‚ Š½Ļ…ŃŃ‚Ń• Š¼Ń” Ļ… тĪ±ā„“Šŗ тĻƒ ѕ0Š¼Ń”0Ī·Ń” єā„“Ń•Ń” Ī· Ī·0т Š¼Ń”.. .. Ī¹Ń‚ Š½Ļ…ŃŃ‚Ń• єĪ½Ń”Ī· Š¼0яє Ļ‰Ń”Ī· ѕ0Š¼Ń”1 єā„“Ń•Ń” Š¼Ī±Šŗєѕ Ļ… ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń” Ī· Ī¹ Ā¢Ī±Ī·ā€™Ń‚ . . .ā€ ā†’ gĻƒŃ‚ Ī± gĪ¹Ę’Ń‚ ʒĻƒŃ уĻƒĻ…! Ī·Ļƒ Ā¢ĻƒŃ•Ń‚, єĻ‡Ń‚ŃŃ”Š¼Ń”ā„“Ńƒ ĻŃ”ŃŃ•ĻƒĪ·Ī±ā„“! ʒĻ…ā„“ā„“Ńƒ яєтĻ…яĪ·Ī±Š²ā„“Ń”! Ī¹Ń‚Ń• Ī± Š½Ļ…g ʒяĻƒŠ¼ Š¼Ń” тĻƒ уĻƒĻ…!! ā†’ Ļ… Š¼Ī±Ńƒ Š¼Ń”єт ĻŃ”ĻƒĻā„“Ń”, Š²Ń”Ń‚Ń‚Ń”Ń тŠ½Ī±Ī· Š¼Ń”, ʒĻ…Ī·Ī·Ī¹Ń”я тŠ½Ī±Ī· Š¼Ń”, Š¼ĻƒŃŃ” Š²Ń”Ī±Ļ…Ń‚Ī¹Ę’Ļ…ā„“ тŠ½Ī±Ī· Š¼Ń”, Š²Ļ…Ń‚ ĻƒĪ·Ń” тŠ½Ī¹Ī·g Ī¹ Ā¢Ī±Ī· ѕĪ±Ńƒ 2 Ļ… _ _ Ī¹ Ļ‰Ī¹ā„“ā„“ Ī±ā„“Ļ‰Ī±ŃƒŃ• Š²Ń” тŠ½Ń”ŃŃ” 4 Ļ… Ļ‰Š½Ń”Ī· тŠ½Ń”Ńƒ Ī±ā„“ā„“ ā„“Ń”Ī±Ī½Ń” Ļ…. ā†’ Š¼ĻƒŠ²Ī¹ā„“єѕ Ī±ŃŃ” Ī¹ŃŃĪ¹Ń‚Ī±Ń‚Ī¹Ī·g, āˆ‚Ī±Ī¹ā„“Ńƒ Ā¢Š½Ī±ŃgĪ¹Ī·g, Š¼ĻƒĪ·Ń‚Š½ā„“Ńƒ яєĀ¢Š½Ī±ŃgĪ¹Ī·g, Ī±Ī·Ī·ĻƒŃƒĪ¹Ī·g Š²Ń”Ń”ĻŃ•, Ī±ā„“Ļ‰Ī±ŃƒŃ• āˆ‚Ī¹Ń•Ń‚Ļ…яŠ²Ī¹Ī·g, Š²Ļ…Ń‚ ѕтĪ¹ā„“ā„“ Ī¹ ā„“ĻƒĪ½Ń” Š¼Ńƒ Š¼ĻƒŠ²Ī¹ā„“Ń” Š²Ń”Ā¢Ī±Ļ…Ń•Ń” Ī¹Ń‚ Ā¢ĻƒĪ·Ī·Ń”Ā¢Ń‚Ń• ā€œĻ… & Š¼Ń”ā€ ā†’ Ļ‰Š½Ń”Ī· ѕĻƒŠ¼Ń”ĻƒĪ·Ń” Š½Ļ…ŃŃ‚Ń• Ļ… . . . . āˆ‚ĻƒĪ·ā€™Ń‚ ʒєєā„“ Š²Ī±āˆ‚ Š²Ń”Ā¢Ī±Ļ…Ń•Ń” Ī¹Ń‚Ń• тŠ½Ń” ā„“Ī±Ļ‰ ĻƒĘ’ Ī·Ī±Ń‚Ļ…ŃŃ” тŠ½Ī±Ń‚ тŠ½Ń” тяєє тŠ½Ī±Ń‚ Š²Ń”Ī±ŃŃ• тŠ½Ń” ѕĻ‰Ń”єтєѕт ʒяĻ…Ī¹Ń‚Ń• gєтѕ Š¼Ī±Ļ‡Ī¹Š¼Ļ…Š¼ Ī·Ļ…Š¼Š²Ń”я ĻƒĘ’ ѕтĻƒĪ·Ń”Ń• ā†’ Ī± Š½Ļ…g Ī¹Ń• Ī± gĪ¹Ę’Ń‚ ĻƒĪ·Ń” ѕĪ¹zє ʒĪ¹Ń‚ Ī±ā„“ā„“ Ī¹Ń‚ Ā¢Ī±Ī· Š²Ń” gĪ¹Ī½Ń”Ī· Ī¹Ī· Ī±Ī·Ńƒ ĻƒĀ¢Ā¢Ī±Ń•Ī¹ĻƒĪ· ѕĻƒ Ī¹ Ī±Š¼ ѕєĪ·āˆ‚ уĻƒĻ… тŠ½Ī¹Ń• Š½Ļ…g тĻƒ тєā„“ā„“ уĻƒĻ… Ī¹ ā„“ĻƒĪ½Ń” уĻƒĻ…. ā†’ Ļ‰Š½Ń”Ī· Ļ… ʒĪ±Ā¢Ń” Ā¢Š½ĻƒĪ¹Ā¢Ń”Ń•ā€¦ × Ļ…Ń•Ń‚ тĻƒŃ•Ń• Ī± Ā¢ĻƒĪ¹Ī·.. Ī·ĻƒŃ‚ × Ļ…Ń•Ń‚ Š²Ń”Ā¢Ī±Ļ…Ń•Ń” Ī¹Ń‚ ѕєттā„“єѕ тŠ½Ń” qĻ…єѕтĪ¹ĻƒĪ·, Š²Ļ…Ń‚ Ļ‰Š½Ī¹ā„“Ń” тŠ½Ń” Ā¢ĻƒĪ¹Ī· Ī¹Ń• Ī¹Ī· Ī±Ī¹Ń, Ļ… Ļ‰Ī¹ā„“ā„“ ŠŗĪ·ĻƒĻ‰ Ļ‰Š½Ī±Ń‚ Ļ…я Š½Ń”Ī±ŃŃ‚ Ī¹Ń• Š½ĻƒĻĪ¹Ī·g ʒĻƒŃ !!! ā†’ тŠ½Ń” ā„“ĻƒĪ½Ń”ā„“Ī¹Ń”Ń•Ń‚ āˆ‚Ī±Ńƒ Ā¢ĻƒŠ¼Ń”Ń• Ļ‰Š½Ń”Ī· уĻƒĻ… Ļ‰Ī±Šŗє Ļ…Ļ Ī±Ī·āˆ‚ ʒĪ¹Ī·āˆ‚ тŠ½Ī±Ń‚ ā„“ĻƒĪ½Ń” ѕтĪ¹ā„“ā„“ Ā¢Ļƒā„“ĻƒŃŃ• уĻƒĻ…я Ļ‰ĻƒŃā„“āˆ‚ тŠ½ŃĻ… ĻŃ”ĻƒĻā„“Ń” Ļ‰Š½Ļƒ тяĻ…ā„“Ńƒ Ā¢Ī±ŃŃ” Ī±Ī·āˆ‚ Ī·Ń”Ī½Ń”я ʒĪ±Ī¹ā„“ тĻƒ яєŠ¼Ń”Š¼Š²Ń”я уĻƒĻ…. ā†’ тŠ½Ń”ŃŃ” Ī¹Ń• Ī±ā„“Ļ‰Ī±ŃƒŃ• Ī± яєĪ±Ń•ĻƒĪ· 4 єĪ½Ń”ŃŃƒŃ‚Š½Ī¹Ī·g Ī± яєĪ±Ń•ĻƒĪ· 2 ā„“Ī¹Ī½Ń” 2 āˆ‚Ī¹Ń” 2 Ā¢ŃŃƒ, Š²Ļ…Ń‚ Ī¹Ę’ Ļ… Ā¢Ī±Ī·ļæ½Ń‚ ʒĪ¹Ī·āˆ‚ Ī± яєĪ±Ń•ĻƒĪ· тĻƒ ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń” Ā¢Ī±Ī· Ī¹ Š²Ń” тŠ½Ń” яєĪ±Ń•ĻƒĪ· 4 Ī± Ļ‰Š½Ī¹ā„“Ń”:) ā†’ ā„“Ī¹Ę’Ń” + ā„“ĻƒĪ½Ń” = Š½Ī±ĻĻŃƒ ā„“Ī¹Ę’Ń” ā€“ ā„“ĻƒĪ½Ń” = ѕĪ±āˆ‚ Ī±āˆ‚āˆ‚Ī¹Ī·g Ī±Š²ĻƒĪ½Ń” 2, ā„“Ī¹Ę’Ń” + ā„“ĻƒĪ½Ń” = Š½Ī±ĻĻŃƒ ā„“Ī¹Ę’Ń” ā€“ ā„“ĻƒĪ½Ń” = ѕĪ±āˆ‚ ā€”ā€”ā€”ā€”ā€”ā€”ā€“ 2ā„“Ī¹Ę’Ń” = Š½Ī±ĻĻŃƒ + ѕĪ±āˆ‚ ѕĻƒ, ā„“Ī¹Ę’Ń” = 1/2Š½Ī±ĻĻŃƒ + 1/2ѕĪ±āˆ‚ ā†’ Ī¹ ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń” Ī±Ń‚ Ļ‰Š½ĻƒŠ¼ Ī¹ ā„“Ī¹Šŗє; Ī¹ Ā¢ŃŃƒ 4 Ļ‰Š½ĻƒŠ¼ Ī¹ Ā¢Ī±ŃŃ”; Ī¹ ѕŠ½Ī±ŃŃ” Ļ‰Ī¹Ń‚Š½ Ļ‰Š½ĻƒŠ¼ Ī¹ ā„“ĻƒĪ½Ń”; Ī¹ ā„“Ī±Ļ…gŠ½ Ļ‰Ī¹Ń‚Š½ Ļ‰Š½ĻƒŠ¼ Ī¹ єĪ·× ĻƒŃƒ; Ī¹ ѕєĪ·āˆ‚ ѕŠ¼Ń• ĻƒĪ·ā„“Ńƒ 2 тŠ½ĻƒŃ•Ń” Ļ‰Š½ĻƒŠ¼ Ī¹ Ī·Ń”Ī½Ń”я Ļ‰Ī±Ī·Ń‚ 2 ā„“ĻƒŃ•Ń” ā†’ яєĪ±ā„“Ī¹zє тŠ½Ī¹Ī·gѕ Š²Ń”Ę’ĻƒŃŃ” Ī¹Ń‚ā€™Ń• тĻƒĻƒ ā„“Ī±Ń‚Ń”. Ī±Ā¢Ā¢Ń”ĻŃ‚ тŠ½Ī¹Ī·gѕ тŠ½Ī±Ī· āˆ‚Ń”ā„“Ī±Ńƒ тŠ½Ń”Š¼. ā„“ĻƒĪ½Ń” ĻŃ”ĻƒĻā„“Ń” Š²Ń”Ę’ĻƒŃŃ” уĻƒĻ… ā„“ĻƒŃ•Ń” тŠ½Ń”Š¼. ā„“Ī¹Ę’Ń” × Ļ…Ń•Ń‚ Ā¢ĻƒŠ¼Ń”Ń• ĻƒĪ·Ā¢Ń”. ā„“ĻƒĪ½Ń” Ī¹Ń‚ Ļ‰Š½Ī¹ā„“Ń” уĻƒĻ… ā„“Ī¹Ī½Ń” Ī¹Ń‚. ā†’ Ī¹ āˆ‚Ń”Ā¢Ī¹āˆ‚Ń”āˆ‚ тĻƒ ѕєĪ·āˆ‚ уĻƒĻ… тŠ½Ń” Ā¢Ļ…тєѕт Ī±Ī·āˆ‚ ѕĻ‰Ń”єтєѕт gĪ¹Ę’Ń‚ ĻƒĘ’ тŠ½Ń” Ļ‰ĻƒŃā„“āˆ‚. Š²Ļ…Ń‚ тŠ½Ń” ĻĻƒŃ•Ń‚Š¼Ī±Ī· ѕŠ½ĻƒĻ…Ń‚Ń”āˆ‚ Ī±Ń‚ Š¼Ń” ѕĪ±ŃƒĪ¹Ī·g, gєт ĻƒĻ…Ń‚ ĻƒĘ’ тŠ½Ń” ĻĻƒŃ•Ń‚ Š²ĻƒĻ‡. ā†’ ā„“Ī¹Ę’Ń” Ļ‰Ī¹Ń‚Š½ĻƒĻ…Ń‚ ā„“ĻƒĪ½Ń” Ī¹Ń• ā„“Ī¹Šŗє Ī± ʒяĻ…Ī¹Ń‚ā„“єѕѕ тяєє, Š²Ļ…Ń‚ ā„“Ī¹Ę’Ń” Ļ‰Ī¹Ń‚Š½ĻƒĻ…Ń‚ ʒяĪ¹Ń”Ī·āˆ‚Ń• Ī¹Ń• ā„“Ī¹Šŗє яĻƒĻƒŃ‚ā„“єѕѕ тяєє. тяєє Ā¢Ī±Ī· ā„“Ī¹Ī½Ń” Ļ‰Ī¹Ń‚Š½ĻƒĻ…Ń‚ ʒяĻ…Ī¹Ń‚ Š²Ļ…Ń‚ Ī·ĻƒŃ‚ Ļ‰Ī¹Ń‚Š½ĻƒĻ…Ń‚ яĻƒĻƒŃ‚! ā†’ Ā¢Ī±ŃŃŃƒ Ī± Š½Ń”Ī±ŃŃ‚ тŠ½Ī±Ń‚ Ī·Ń”Ī½Ń”я Š½Ī±Ń‚єѕ, Ā¢Ī±ŃŃŃƒ Ī± ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń” тŠ½Ī±Ń‚ Ī·Ń”Ī½Ń”я ʒĪ±āˆ‚єѕ, Ā¢Ī±ŃŃŃƒ Ī± тĻƒĻ…Ā¢Š½ тŠ½Ī±Ń‚ Ī·Ń”Ī½Ń”я Š½Ļ…ŃŃ‚Ń•, Ī±Ī·āˆ‚ Ī±ā„“Ļ‰Ī±ŃƒŃ• Ā¢Ī±ŃŃŃƒ Ī± яєā„“Ī±Ń‚Ī¹ĻƒĪ·Ń•Š½Ī¹Ļ тŠ½Ī±Ń‚ Ī·Ń”Ī½Ń”я Š²ŃŃ”Ī±Šŗѕ. ā†’ Ī±Ń• ĻŃŃ”Ā¢Ī¹ĻƒĻ…Ń• Ī±Ń• Ļ… я тĻƒ Š¼Ń”, Ī±Ń• ĻŃŃ”Ā¢Ī¹ĻƒĻ…Ń• Ī·Ļƒ ĻƒĪ·Ń” Ā¢Ī±Ī· єĪ½Ń”я Š²Ń”, Ī¹ ŠŗĪ·ĻƒĻ‰ ʒяĪ¹Ń”Ī·āˆ‚Ń• я Š½Ī±Ńāˆ‚ тĻƒ Ā¢Š½ĻƒĻƒŃ•Ń”, Š²Ļ…Ń‚ Ļ… я Ī± ʒяĪ¹Ń”Ī·āˆ‚ Ī¹ Ī·Ń”Ī½Ń”я Ļ‰Ī±Ī·Ń‚ тĻƒ ā„“ĻƒŃ•Ń”. ā†’ Š¼ĻƒĪ·Ń”Ńƒ ѕĪ±ŃƒŃ• єĪ±ŃĪ· Š¼Ń” ā„“ĻƒŃ‚, тĪ¹Š¼Ń” ѕĪ±ŃƒŃ• Ļā„“Ī±Ī· Š¼Ń” ā„“ĻƒŃ‚, ʒā„“ĻƒĻ‰Ń”я ѕĪ±ŃƒŃ• ā„“ĻƒĪ½Ń” Š¼Ń” ā„“ĻƒŃ‚, ѕтĻ…āˆ‚Ńƒ ѕĪ±ŃƒŃ• ā„“Ń”Ī±ŃĪ· Š¼Ń” ā„“ĻƒŃ‚, ѕŠ¼Ń• ѕĪ±ŃƒŃ• ѕєĪ·āˆ‚ Š¼Ń” ā„“ĻƒŃ‚, Ī±Ī·āˆ‚ ā„“ ѕĪ±Ńƒ яєŠ¼Ń”Š¼Š²Ń”я Š¼Ń” ā„“ĻƒŃ‚. ā†’ Ļ… Ļ‰Ī±Ī·Ń‚ Ī±Ī·āˆ‚ Ļ… gєт Ļ… Ļ‰Ī±Ī·Ń‚ Ī±Ī·āˆ‚ Ļ… gєт тŠ½Ī±Ń‚ Ī¹Ń• ā„“Ļ…Ā¢Šŗ, Ļ… Ļ‰Ī±Ī·Ń‚ Ī±Ī·āˆ‚ Ļ… Ļ‰Ī±Ī¹Ń‚ тŠ½Ī±Ń‚ Ī¹Ń• тĪ¹Š¼Ń”, Ļ… Ļ‰Ī±Ī·Ń‚ Š²Ļ…Ń‚ Ļ… Ā¢ĻƒŠ¼ĻŃĻƒŠ¼Ī¹Ń•Ń” тŠ½Ī±Ń‚ Ī¹Ń• ā„“Ī¹Ę’Ń” ā†’ Š¼Ń”Š¼ĻƒŃĪ¹Ń”Ń• Š½Ī±Ī½Ń” тŠ½Ń”Ī¹Ń ѕтяĪ±Ī·gє Ļ‰Ī±ŃƒŃ•. тŠ½Ń”Ńƒ ā„“Ń”Ī±Ī½Ń” уĻƒĻ… Ī±ā„“ĻƒĪ·Ń”. Ļ‰Š½Ń”Ī· уĻƒĻ… Ī±ŃŃ” Ī¹Ī· Ī± Ā¢ŃĻƒĻ‰āˆ‚. Š²Ļ…Ń‚ Ļ‰Š½Ń”Ī· уĻƒĻ… Ī±ŃŃ” Ī±ā„“ĻƒĪ·Ń”. тŠ½Ń”Ńƒ ѕтĪ±Ī·āˆ‚ Ī±ŃĻƒĻ…Ī·āˆ‚ уĻƒĻ… ā„“Ī¹Šŗє Ī± Ā¢ŃĻƒĻ‰āˆ‚. ā†’ Ī¹Ę’ Ļ…я Ī± Ā¢Š½ĻƒĀ¢Ļƒā„“Ī±Ń‚Ń” Ļ…я тŠ½Ń” ѕĻ‰Ń”єтєѕт, Ī¹Ę’ Ļ…я Ī± тєāˆ‚āˆ‚Ńƒ Š²Ń”Ī±Ń Ļ…я тŠ½Ń” Š¼ĻƒŃ•Ń‚ Š½Ļ…ggĪ±Š²ā„“Ń”, Ī¹Ę’ Ļ… Ī±ŃŃ” Ī± ѕтĪ±Ń Ļ… я тŠ½Ń” Š²ŃĪ¹gŠ½Ń‚єѕт, Ī±Ī·āˆ‚ ѕĪ¹Ī·Ā¢Ń” Ļ… я Š¼Ńƒ ļæ½Ę’яĪ¹Ń”Ī·āˆ‚ļæ½ Ļ… я тŠ½Ń” ļ潊²Ń”Ń•Ń‚ļæ½! ā†’ яĻƒŃ•Ń” Ī¹Ń• ʒĪ±Š¼ĻƒĻ…Ń• 4 gяĪ±Ā¢Ń”ā€¦ Ī±āˆ‚Ī½ĻƒĀ¢Ī±Ń‚Ń” Ī¹Ń• ʒĪ±Š¼ĻƒĻ…Ń• 4 Š½Ī¹Ń• Ā¢Ī±Ń•Ń”ā€¦ Š½ĻƒŃŃ•Ń”Ń• я ʒĪ±Š¼ĻƒĻ…Ń• 4 яĪ±Ā¢Ń”ā€¦ Š²Ļ…Ń‚ Ļ… я ʒĪ±Š¼ĻƒĻ…Ń• 4 ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń” ĻƒĪ· Ļ…я ʒĪ±Ā¢Ń”ā€¦! Š½Ī±Ī½Ń” Ī± Ī·Ī¹Ā¢Ń” āˆ‚Ī±Ńƒ ā†’ ā€œĪ¹ тяĻ…Ń•Ń‚ уĻƒĻ…ā€ Ī¹Ń• Ī± Š²Ń”Ń‚Ń‚Ń”Ń Ā¢ĻƒŠ¼Ļā„“Ī¹Š¼Ń”Ī·Ń‚ тŠ½Ī±Ī· ā€œĪ¹ ā„“ĻƒĪ½Ń” уĻƒĻ…ā€ Š²Ń”Ā¢Ī±Ļ…Ń•Ń” уĻƒĻ… Š¼Ī±Ńƒ Ī·ĻƒŃ‚ Ī±ā„“Ļ‰Ī±ŃƒŃ• тяĻ…Ń•Ń‚ тŠ½Ń” ĻŃ”ŃŃ•ĻƒĪ· уĻƒĻ… ā„“ĻƒĪ½Ń” Š²Ļ…Ń‚ уĻƒĻ… Ā¢Ī±Ī· Ī±ā„“Ļ‰Ī±ŃƒŃ• ā„“ĻƒĪ½Ń” тŠ½Ń” ĻŃ”ŃŃ•ĻƒĪ· уĻƒĻ… тяĻ…Ń•Ń‚. ā†’ Ī¹ Ļ‰Ī±Ī·Ī·Ī± ŠŗєєĻ3 тŠ½Ī¹Ī·gѕ: . . тŠ½Ń” ѕĻ…Ī· тŠ½Ń” Š¼ĻƒĻƒĪ· & Š¼Ńƒ ʒяĪ¹Ń”Ī·āˆ‚Ń• ѕĻ…Ī· 4 āˆ‚Ī±ŃƒŃ‚Ī¹Š¼Ń” Š¼ĻƒĻƒĪ· ʒĻƒŃ Ī·Ī¹gŠ½Ń‚ тĪ¹Š¼Ń” &Ī±Š¼Ļ; Ļ….Š¼Ńƒ āˆ‚Ń”Ī±Ń ʒяĪ¹Ń”Ī·āˆ‚ 4 ā„“Ī¹Ę’єтĪ¹Š¼Ń” ā†’ Ī¹Ę’ уĻƒĻ… ā„“ĻƒĪ½Ń” ѕĻƒŠ¼Ń”Ń‚Š½Ī¹Ī·g, ā„“єт Ī¹Ń‚ gĻƒ. Ī¹Ę’ Ī¹Ń‚ Ā¢ĻƒŠ¼Ń”Ń• Š²Ī±Ā¢Šŗ тĻƒ уĻƒĻ…, Ī¹Ń‚Ń• уĻƒĻ…ŃŃ• ʒĻƒŃŃ”Ī½Ń”я. Ī¹Ę’ Ī¹Ń‚ āˆ‚ĻƒŃ”Ń•Ī·ā€™Ń‚, тŠ½Ń”Ī· Ī¹Ń‚ Ļ‰Ī±Ń• Ī·Ń”Ī½Ń”я Š¼Ń”Ī±Ī·Ń‚ тĻƒ Š²Ń”. ā†’ Ļ‰Š½Ń”Ī· Ī± Š¼Ń”Ń•Ń•Ī±gє Ī¹Ń• ѕєĪ·Ń‚ ʒяĻƒŠ¼ Ī± āˆ‚Ī¹Ń•Ń‚Ī±Ī·Ā¢Ń”, уĻƒĻ… Ā¢Ī±Ī·ā€™Ń‚ ѕєє тŠ½Ń” ʒĪ±Ā¢Ń”Ń•, уĻƒĻ… Ā¢Ī±Ī·ā€™Ń‚ ѕєє тŠ½Ń” ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“єѕ, Š²Ļ…Ń‚ уĻƒĻ… Ā¢Ī±Ī· ѕєє тŠ½Ń” Ā¢Ī±ŃŃ” тŠ½Ī±Ń‚ тяĻ…ā„“Ńƒ Ā¢ĻƒŠ¼Ń”Ń• ʒяĻƒŠ¼ Š½Ń”Ī±ŃŃ‚ ! ā†’ āˆ‚ĻƒĪ·ā€™Ń‚ ā„“єт ѕĻƒŠ¼Ń”ĻƒĪ·Ń” Š²Ń”Ā¢ĻƒŠ¼Ń” уĻƒĻ…я єĪ½Ń”ŃŃƒŃ‚Š½Ī¹Ī·g, Š²Ń”Ā¢Ī±Ļ…Ń•Ń” Ļ‰Š½Ń”Ī· тŠ½Ń”Ńƒā€™ŃŃ” gĻƒĪ·Ń” уĻƒĻ… Š½Ī±Ī½Ń” Ī·ĻƒŃ‚Š½Ī¹Ī·g! ā†’ ѕĻŃ”Ī±ŠŗĪ¹Ī·g Ļ‰Ī¹Ń‚Š½ĻƒĻ…Ń‚ єgĻƒŃ•, ā„“ĻƒĪ½Ī¹Ī·g Ļ‰Ī¹Ń‚Š½ĻƒĻ…Ń‚ Ī¹Ī·Ń‚Ń”Ī·Ń‚Ī¹ĻƒĪ·Ń•, Ā¢Ī±ŃĪ¹Ī·g Ļ‰Ī¹Ń‚Š½ĻƒĻ…Ń‚ єĻ‡ĻŃ”Ā¢Ń‚Ī±Ń‚Ī¹ĻƒĪ·Ń• &Ī±Š¼Ļ; ĻŃĪ±ŃƒĪ¹Ī·g Ļ‰Ī¹Ń‚Š½ĻƒĻ…Ń‚ ѕєā„“Ę’Ī¹Ń•Š½Ī·Ń”Ń•Ń•, Ī¹Ń• тŠ½Ń” ѕĪ¹gĪ· ĻƒĘ’ ā€œŃ‚яĻ…Ń” яєā„“Ī±Ń‚Ī¹ĻƒĪ·ā€. ā†’ яєā„“Ī±Ń‚Ī¹ĻƒĪ·Ń•Š½Ī¹Ļ яєqĻ…Ī¹ŃŃ”Ń• ā„“Ī¹Ń‚Ń‚ā„“Ń” єʒʒĻƒŃŃ‚Ń•ā€¦ā€¦ā€¦.. єĪ½Ń”Ī· Ļ‰Š½Ń”Ī· ʒяĪ¹Ń”Ī·āˆ‚Ń• Ī±ŃŃ” Š²Ļ…Ń•Ńƒ Ļ‰Ī¹Ń‚Š½ тŠ½Ń”Ī¹Ń ĻƒĻ‰Ī· ā„“Ī¹Ī½Ń”Ń•, Ī± ѕĪ¹Š¼Ļā„“Ń” ѕŠ¼Ń• яєŠ¼Ī¹Ī·āˆ‚Ń• єĪ±Ā¢Š½ ĻƒŃ‚Š½Ń”я тŠ½Ī±Ń‚ā€¦ā€¦. ā€œĻ… я Ī·ĻƒŃ‚ ʒĻƒŃgĻƒŃ‚Ń‚Ń”Ī·ā€ ā†’ Š²Ń” Ā¢ā„“ĻƒŃ•Ń” Ļ‰Ī¹Ń‚Š½ ѕĻƒŠ¼Ń”ĻƒĪ·Ń” Ļ‰Š½Ļƒ Š¼Ī±Šŗєѕ уĻƒĻ… Š½Ī±ĻĻŃƒā€¦! Š²Ļ…Ń‚ Š²Ń” Š¼Ļ…Ā¢Š½ Ā¢ā„“ĻƒŃ•Ń”я тĻƒ тŠ½Ī±Ń‚ ĻŃ”ŃŃ•ĻƒĪ· Ļ‰Š½Ļƒ Ā¢Ī±Ī·ā€™Ń‚ Š²Ń” Š½Ī±ĻĻŃƒ Ļ‰Ī¹Ń‚Š½ĻƒĻ…Ń‚ уĻƒĻ…ā€¦! ā†’ ѕĻƒĻƒĻƒĻƒĻƒĻƒā€¦. ѕĪ¹Š¼Ļā„“Ń” Š²Ļ…Ń‚ ѕĻƒ Ī±Ń‚Ń‚ŃĪ±Ā¢Ń‚Ī¹Ī½Ń”. ѕĻƒ.. єĪ·ā„“Ī¹gŠ½Ń‚Ī·Ī¹Ī·g Š²Ļ…Ń‚ ѕĻƒ Ā¢ĻƒĻƒā„“. ѕĻƒ Š¼ĻƒĪ½Ī¹Ī·g Š²Ļ…Ń‚ ѕĻƒ ѕтĪ¹ā„“ā„“. ѕĻƒā€¦ qĻ…Ī¹Ń‚Ń” Š²Ļ…Ń‚ ѕĻƒ ĻĻƒĻĻ…ā„“Ī±Ń. ѕĻƒ яĻƒŠ¼Ī±Ī·Ń‚Ī¹Ā¢ Š²Ļ…Ń‚ ѕтĪ¹ā„“ā„“ ѕĪ¹Ī·gā„“Ń”. Ī¹Ń‚ā€™Ń• тŠ½Ń” тяĪ±gєāˆ‚Ńƒ ĻƒĘ’ Š¼ĻƒĻƒĪ·:-
Potential causes of abnormal or unclear Pap smear results: HPV, which is the most common cause an infection, such as a yeast infection a benign, or noncancerous, growth hormone changes, such as during pregnancy immune system issues This doesnā€™t necessarily mean that you have cancer. But it does mean that your doctor will probably want to do more testing.
Pap smear checks the cells and is sensitive to any abnormalities or inflammation It does not screen for all cancer or any other gynecologic cancer. It does not automatically mean you have cancer. There may not even be anything wrong. ~
ā€˜Seeing Red (The First Day of School)ā€™ by Zenryhao Everyone loves the first day of school, right? New year, new classes, new friends. I like the first day of school for a different reason, though. You see, I have a sort of power. When I look at people, I canā€¦sense a sort of aura around them. A colour outline based on how long that person has to live. Most everyone I meet around my age is surrounded by a solid green hue, which means they have plenty of time left. A fair amount of them have a yellow orange tinge to their auras, which tends to mean a disease or fire; some tragedy. Anything that takes people ā€œbefore their timeā€ as they say. The real fun is when the auras venture into the red end of the spectrum, though. Every now and again Iā€™ll see someone whoā€™s basically a stoplight. Those are the ones who get in a car crash, or even a victim of crime. Itā€™s such a rush to see them and know their time is numbered. With that in mind, I always get to class very early so I can scout out my classmatesā€™ fates. The first kid who came in was basically radiating red. I tsk tsk tsk. Huh. But as people kept walking in, they all had the same intense red glow. I finally caught a glimpse of my own fading reflection in the window, but I was too stunned to move. Our professor stepped in and locked the door, his aura a sickening shade of green...
Today my school had a fire drill. I was standing outside with one of the most popular football players, when a Down Syndrome girl came up to him and wanted to hold his hand because she was scared. Happily, he held her hand in front of all his friends back to class. His soft side in front of his boys GMH May 16, 2010 at 12:00pm by Rachel, Griffith IN
Sometimes I feel like I have my life together and then I'm like WOW that was a really nice 45 seconds November 14th, 2015, 11:51 AM
"Pap smear or cytologyā€”collects cells so they can be checked for changes caused by the human papillomavirus, the most common transmitted infection in the United States." says Jessica Rubin, MD, an OB/GYN with Northwell Health. ā€œHPV causes almost all cases of said cancer, and youā€™re not at risk of HPV until youā€™ve been active. When youā€™re younger, your immune system is so healthy, youā€™re more likely to clear the virus on your own,ā€ notes Rubin. "Pap tests (or Pap smears) look for cancers and precancers. Precancers are cell changes that can be caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV). If not treated, these abnormal cells could lead to cancer." -Dolly Penn, M.D., M.S.C.R., Medical Officer, Healthcare Assessment Research Branch, Healthcare Delivery Research Program, Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences, National Cancer Institute; and Abbey B. Berenson, M.D., Ph.D., Director, Center for Interdisciplinary Research in Womenā€™s Health, Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Texas Medical Branch
ā”ā”“ā”ā”“ā”Šā”Šā”Šā”Šā”Šā”Šā”Šā”Šā”Šā”Šā”Šā”Š ā”ƒā”—ā”›ā”£ā”ā”ā”³ā”ā”ā”³ā”ā”ā”³ā”“ā”ā”“ ā”ƒā”›ā”—ā”ƒā•­ā•®ā”ƒā”›ā”›ā”ƒā”—ā”—ā”ƒā•°ā”›ā”ƒ ā”ƒā•°ā•Æā”ƒā”—ā”›ā”ƒā•°ā•Æā”ƒā•°ā•Æā”£ā”ā•®ā”ƒ ā”ƒā”ā”“ā”ƒā”ā”“ā”ƒā”ā”ā”«ā”ā”³ā”»ā”ā•Æā”ƒ ā”—ā”›ā”—ā”»ā”›ā”—ā”»ā”›ā”Šā”—ā”›ā”—ā”ā”ā”ā•Æ HAPPY
2020 Update 2012 old 2018 former rec. Ages <25 No screening Pap test every 3 years Pap test every 3 years Age 25ā€’29 HPV test every 5 years (preferred) , HPV/Pap cotest every 5 years (acceptable) or Pap test every 3 years (acceptable) Pap test every 3 years Pap test every 3 years Age 30ā€’65 HPV test every 5 years (preferred) or HPV/Pap cotest every 5 years (acceptable) Pap test every 3 years (acceptable) or HPV/Pap cotest every 3 years (preferred) or Pap test every 3 years (acceptable) Pap test every 3 years, HPV test every 5 years, or HPV/Pap cotest every 5 years Age 65 + No screening if a series of prior tests were normal No screening if a series of prior tests were normal No screening if a series of prior tests were normal and not at high risk for cancer
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Tuesday 16 October 2012 Smile SMS Smile SMS ā†’ āˆ‚ĻƒĪ· Ī·ĻƒŃ‚ gĻƒ ʒĻƒŃ ā„“ĻƒĻƒŠŗѕ, тŠ½Ń”Ńƒ Ā¢Ī±Ī· āˆ‚Ń”Ā¢Ń”Ī¹Ī½Ń”. āˆ‚ĻƒĪ· Ī·ĻƒŃ‚ gĻƒ ʒĻƒŃ Ļ‰Ń”Ī±ā„“Ń‚Š½, єĪ½Ń”Ī· тŠ½Ī±Ń‚ ʒĪ±āˆ‚єѕ Ī±Ļ‰Ī±Ńƒ. gĻƒ ʒĻƒŃ ѕĻƒŠ¼Ń”ĻƒĪ·Ń” Ļ‰Š½Ļƒ Š¼Ī±Šŗєѕ уĻƒĻ… ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń” Š²Ń”Ā¢Ļƒz ĻƒĪ·ā„“Ńƒ Ī± ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń” Š¼Ī±Šŗєѕ Ī± āˆ‚Ī±ŃŠŗ āˆ‚Ī±Ńƒ ѕєєŠ¼ Š²ŃĪ¹gŠ½Ń‚. ā†’ ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń” Ī¹Ń• Ā¢ĻƒŠ¼Ļā„“єтє Ļ‰Š½Ń”Ī· Ī¹Ń‚ Š²Ń”gĪ¹Ī·Ń• Ļ‰Ī¹Ń‚Š½ уĻƒĻ…я ā„“Ī¹ĻŃ• яєʒā„“Ń”Ā¢Ń‚Ń• Ī¹Ī· уĻƒĻ…я єуєѕ Ī±Ī·āˆ‚ єĪ·āˆ‚Ń• Ļ‰Ī¹Ń‚Š½ Ī± gā„“ĻƒĻ‰ ĻƒĪ· уĻƒĻ…я ʒĪ±Ā¢Ń”. Ļ‰Ī¹Ń•Š½ уĻƒĻ… Š¼Ī±Ī·Ńƒ ѕĻ…Ā¢Š½ ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ī¹Ī·g Š¼ĻƒŠ¼Ń”Ī·Ń‚Ń• Ī¹Ī· уĻƒĻ…я ā„“Ī¹Ę’Ń”. ā†’ āˆ‚ŃŃ”Ī±Š¼Ń• Š¼Ī±Šŗєѕ єĪ½Ń”ŃŃƒŃ‚Š½Ī¹Ī·g ĻĻƒŃ•Ń•Ń•Ī¹Š²ā„“Ń”,Š½ĻƒĻŃ” Š¼Ī±Šŗєѕ єĪ½Ń”ŃŃƒŃ‚Š½Ī¹Ī·g Ļ‰ĻƒŃŠŗѕ,ā„“ĻƒĪ½Ń” Š¼Ī±Šŗєѕ єĪ½Ń”ŃŃƒŃ‚Š½Ī¹Ī·g Š²Ń”Ī±Ļ…Ń‚Ī¹Ę’Ļ…ā„“,ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń” Š¼Ī±Šŗєѕ Ī±ā„“ā„“ тŠ½Ń” Ī±Š²ĻƒĪ½Ń” ŠŗєєĻ ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ī¹Ī·g Ī±ā„“Ļ‰Ī±ŃƒŃ•. ā†’ Š½Ń”Ī±ŃŃ‚ Ā¢Ī±Ī· ѕŠŗĪ¹Ļ Š²Ń”Ī±Ń‚Ń• 4 Ī±Ļ‰Š½Ī¹ā„“Ń” Š¼Ń”Š¼ĻƒŃĪ¹Ń”Ń• Ā¢Ī±Ī· Š²Ń” ŠŗєĻŃ‚ Ī¹Ī· Ī± ʒĪ¹ā„“Ń” Ī± āˆ‚Ń”Ń•Ń”ŃŃ‚ Ā¢Ī±Ī· яєĻā„“Ī±Ā¢Ń” тŠ½Ń” Ī·Ī¹ā„“Ń” Š²Ļ…Ń‚... Ī·ĻƒŃ‚Š½Ī¹Ī·g Ā¢Ī±Ī· ѕтĻƒĻ Ī± ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń” Ļ‰Š½Ń”Ī· Ļ…я Ī·Ī±Š¼Ń” Ī±ĻĻŃ”Ī±ŃŃ• ĻƒĪ· Š¼Ńƒ Š¼ĻƒŠ²Ī¹ā„“Ń”. ā†’ Ī·Ļƒ ĻƒĪ·Ń” Ī¹Ń• Š²ĻƒŃĪ· Š½Ī±ĻĻŃƒ. Š²Ļ…Ń‚ Ī±ā„“ā„“ ĻƒĘ’ Ļ…Ń• Ī±ŃŃ” Š²ĻƒŃĪ· Ļ‰Ī¹Ń‚Š½ тŠ½Ń” Ī±Š²Ī¹ā„“Ī¹Ń‚Ńƒ тĻƒ Ā¢ŃŃ”Ī±Ń‚Ń” Š½Ī±ĻĻĪ¹Ī·Ń”Ń•Ń•. ѕĻƒ тĻƒāˆ‚Ī±Ńƒ, Š¼Ī±Šŗє ĻƒŃ‚Š½Ń”ŃŃ• Š½Ī±ĻĻŃƒ. ʒā„“Ī±Ń•Š½ уĻƒĻ…я ѕĻ‰Ń”єтєѕт ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń”. Š½Ī±Ī½Ń” Ī± āˆ‚Ī±Ńƒ ʒĻ…ā„“ā„“ ĻƒĘ’ ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“єѕ ā†’ ŠŗєєĻ тŠ½Ń” ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń”, ā„“Ń”Ī±Ī½Ń” тŠ½Ń” тєĪ±Ń, тŠ½Ī¹Ī·Šŗ ĻƒĘ’ × ĻƒŃƒ, ʒĻƒŃgєт тŠ½Ń” ʒєĪ±Ń , Š½Ļƒā„“āˆ‚ тŠ½Ń” ā„“Ī±Ļ…gŠ½, ā„“Ń”Ī±Ī½Ń” тŠ½Ń” ĻĪ±Ī¹Ī·, Š²Ń” × ĻƒĻ…ŃƒĻƒĻ…Ń• тĪ¹ā„“ā„“ Ī¹ ѕŠ¼Ń• Ī±gĪ±Ī¹Ī· ā†’ Ī± gĻ…Ī· Ā¢Ī±Ī· ŠŗĪ¹ā„“ā„“ ѕĻƒŠ¼Ń”ĻƒĪ·Ń”. ʒĪ¹ŃŃ” Ā¢Ī±Ī· Š²Ļ…яĪ· ѕĻƒŠ¼Ń”ĻƒĪ·Ń”. Ļ‰Ī¹Ī·āˆ‚ Ā¢Ī±Ī· Ā¢Š½Ī¹ā„“ā„“. Ī±Ī·gєя Ā¢Ī±Ī· яĪ±gє тĪ¹ā„“ā„“ Ī¹Ń‚ тєĪ±ŃŃ• уĻƒĻ… Ī±ĻĪ±ŃŃ‚. Š²Ļ…Ń‚ тŠ½Ń” ĻĻƒĻ‰Ń”я ĻƒĘ’ уĻƒĻ…я ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń” Ā¢Ī±Ī· Š½Ń”Ī±ā„“ Ī± ʒяĻƒzєĪ· Š½Ń”Ī±ŃŃ‚. ā†’ ā„“єт Š¼Ń” gĻ…єѕѕ Ļ‰Š½Ī±Ń‚ Ļ… я āˆ‚ĻƒĪ¹Ī·g... яєĪ±āˆ‚Ī¹Ī·g Š²ĻƒĻƒŠŗ? Ī·Ī± Ī·Ī±! ā„“Ī¹Ń•Ń‚Ī¹Ī·Ī¹Ī·g Š¼Ļ…Ń•Ī¹Ā¢? Ļ…Š½Ļ…! Ļ‰Ī±Ń‚Ā¢Š½Ī¹Ī·g тĪ½? Ī·Ī±Š½! Ā¢Ī±Ļ…gŠ½Ń‚ Ļ…! Š¼Ī¹Ń•Ń•Ī¹Ī·g Š¼Ń” Ī±Ī·āˆ‚ яєĪ±āˆ‚Ī¹Ī·g Š¼Ńƒ ѕŠ¼Ń• Ī·Ī±.!! ĻƒŠ½ Ī·ĻƒĻ‰ Ļ… я ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ī¹Ī·g. ā†’ ĻƒĪ·Ń” Ā¢Ī±Ī·āˆ‚ā„“Ń” єĪ·ĻƒĻ…gŠ½ тĻƒ Ā¢Ļ…Ń‚ āˆ‚Ī±ŃŠŗĪ·Ń”Ń•Ń•. ĻƒĪ·Ń” тяĻ…Ń” ʒяĪ¹Ń”Ī·āˆ‚ єĪ·ĻƒĻ…gŠ½ тĻƒ Š¼Ī±Šŗє ā„“Ī¹Ę’Ń” Š½Ī±ĻĻŃƒ. ĻƒĪ·Ń” gĻƒĻƒāˆ‚ gĻ…Ī¹āˆ‚Ń” єĪ·ĻƒĻ…gŠ½ ʒĻƒŃ ѕĻ…Ā¢Ā¢Ń”Ń•Ń•. ĻƒĪ·Ń” ѕŠ¼Ń• ʒяĻƒŠ¼ уĻƒĻ… єĪ·ĻƒĻ…gŠ½ тĻƒ Š¼Ī±Šŗє Š¼Ń” ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń”. ā†’ ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń” ʒĻƒŃ тŠ½Ń” ĻƒĪ·Ń”Ń• уĻƒĻ… ā„“ĻƒĪ½Ń”ā€¦ Ī± ѕĪ¹Š¼Ļā„“Ń” ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń” Ī¹Ń• Ī±ā„“ā„“ Ī¹Ń‚ тĪ±Šŗєѕ тĻƒ Š¼Ī±Šŗє ĻƒĪ·Ń” Š½Ī±ĻĻŃƒā€¦ ā„“ĻƒĪ½Ń” Ā¢Ī±Ī· Ā¢ĻƒŠ¼Ń” Ī¹Ī· Š¼Ī±Ī·Ńƒ āˆ‚Ī¹Ę’Ę’Ń”ŃŃ”Ī·Ń‚ Ļ‰Ī±ŃƒŃ•, ѕŠ½Ī±ĻŃ”Ń• Ī· ѕĪ¹zєѕ ā€¦ Š²Ļ…Ń‚ Ī± ѕĪ¹Š¼Ļā„“Ń” ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń” Ļ‰Ī¹ā„“ā„“ Ā¢ĻƒĪ·qĻ…Ń”Ń єĪ½Ń”ŃŃƒŃ‚Š½Ī¹Ī·g ā€¦ Ī±Ī·āˆ‚ ā„“Ń”Ī±Ī½Ń” тŠ½Ń” Š²Ń”Ń•Ń‚ ĻƒĘ’ Ļ…Ń• ѕĻŃ”Ń”Ā¢Š½ā„“єѕѕ ā€¦ ā†’ ĻƒĘ’ Ī±ā„“ā„“ тŠ½Ń” ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“єѕ уĻƒĻ… яєĀ¢Ń”Ī¹Ī½Ń”āˆ‚ тĻƒāˆ‚Ī±Ńƒ, тŠ½Ń”ŃŃ” Ī¹Ń• Ī± ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń” уĻƒĻ… āˆ‚Ī¹āˆ‚Ī·ā€™Ń‚ яєĀ¢Ń”Ī¹Ī½Ń”. Ī± ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń” Ī·ĻƒŃ‚ ʒяĻƒŠ¼ тŠ½Ń” ā„“Ī¹ĻŃ• Š²Ļ…Ń‚ ʒяĻƒŠ¼ тŠ½Ń” Š½Ń”Ī±ŃŃ‚, Ī± ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń” тŠ½Ī±Ń‚ Ā¢Ī±Š¼Ń” ʒяĻƒŠ¼ Š¼Ń” тĻƒ уĻƒĻ…. ā†’ Ī¹Ī· тŠ½Ń” Š¼ĻƒŃĪ·Ī¹Ī·g, ѕĻ…Ī· gĪ±zєѕ Ī±Ń‚ Š¼Ń” тĻƒ Š¼Ī±Šŗє Š¼Ń” Š½Ī±ĻĻŃƒā€¦ Ā¢ĻƒĻƒā„“ Š²ŃŃ”Ń”zє Š½Ļ…gѕ Š¼Ń” тĻƒ ѕєє Š¼Ńƒ ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń”ā€¦ Š²Ī¹Ńāˆ‚Ń• ѕĪ¹Ī·gѕ тĻƒ Š¼Ī±Šŗє Š¼Ń” ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń”ā€¦. Š²Ļ…Ń‚ Š¼Ńƒ āˆ‚Ń”Ī±Ń, тŠ½Ń”Ńƒ āˆ‚ĻƒĪ·Ń‚ ŠŗĪ·ĻƒĻ‰ тŠ½Ī±Ń‚ Š¼Ńƒ ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń” Ī¹Ń• Ī¹Ī·Ā¢ĻƒŠ¼Ļā„“єтє Ļ…Ī·Ń‚Ī¹ā„“ Ī¹ яєŠ¼Ń”Š¼Š²Ń”я уĻƒĻ…я ʒĪ±Ā¢Ń”ā€¦ ā†’ Ī±ā„“Ļ‰Ī±ŃƒŃ• Š²Ń” Š½Ī±ĻĻŃƒ, Ī±ā„“Ļ‰Ī±ŃƒŃ• Ļ‰Ń”Ī±Ń Ī± ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń”; Ī·ĻƒŃ‚ Š²Ń”Ā¢Ī±Ļ…Ń•Ń” ā„“Ī¹Ę’Ń” Ī¹Ń• ʒĻ…ā„“ā„“ ĻƒĘ’ яєĪ±Ń•ĻƒĪ·Ń• тĻƒ ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń” Š²Ļ…Ń‚ Š²Ń”Ā¢Ī±Ļ…Ń•Ń” уĻƒĻ…я ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń” Ī¹Ń‚Ń•Ń”ā„“Ę’ Ī¹Ń• Ī± яєĪ±Ń•ĻƒĪ· ʒĻƒŃ Š¼Ī±Ī·Ńƒ ĻƒŃ‚Š½Ń”ŃŃ• тĻƒ ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń”. ā†’ ѕĻƒŠ¼Ń” тĪ¹Š¼Ń”Ń•ā€¦.Ļ‰Š½Ń”Ī· Ī¹ā€™Š¼ Ī±ā„“ā„“ Ī±ā„“ĻƒĪ·Ń”. Ī¹ Ā¢ā„“ĻƒŃ•Ń” Š¼Ńƒ єуєѕ Ī±Ī·āˆ‚ тŠ½Ī¹Ī·Šŗ ĻƒĘ’ уĻƒĻ…ā€¦ Ī±Ī·āˆ‚ тŠ½Ń” тŠ½ĻƒĻ…gŠ½Ń‚ ĻƒĘ’ уĻƒĻ…я ā„“ĻƒĪ½Ń” Ļ‰ĻƒŃŠ¼Ń• Š¼Ń” Ī¹Ī·Ń•Ī¹āˆ‚Ń” Ī±Ī·āˆ‚ Š¼Ī±Šŗє Š¼Ń” ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń”. ā†’ Ļ‰Š½Ń”Ī· уĻƒĻ… ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń” Ī¹Ń‚ ā„“Ī¹Šŗє Ī± ѕĻ…Ī·ŃĪ¹Ń•Ń” тĻƒ Š¼Ń”. Ī±Ī·āˆ‚ Ī¹ Ļ‰Ī±Ī·Ń‚ Ī± āˆ‚Ī±Ī¹ā„“Ńƒ ѕĻ…Ī·ŃĪ¹Ń•Ń” Ī¹Ī· Š¼Ńƒ ā„“Ī¹Ę’Ń”. ѕĻƒā€¦ ѕĻƒā€¦. ѕĻƒā€¦.. ѕĻƒā€¦ā€¦ ѕĻƒ ŠŗєєĻ ѕ*Š¼*Ī¹*ā„“*Ī¹*Ī·*g ā†’ Ī¹Ę’ єĪ±Ā¢Š½ ā„“Ń”Ī±Ę’ ĻƒĘ’ Ī± тяєє Ī¹Ń• уĻƒĻ…я ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń” тŠ½Ń”Ī· Ī¹ ĻŃĻƒŠ¼Ī¹Ń•Ń” уĻƒĻ… Š¼Ńƒ āˆ‚Ń”Ī±Ń, Ī¹ Ļ‰Ī¹ā„“ā„“ Ļ‰Ī±Ń‚Ń”Ń Ī¹Ń‚ тŠ½ŃĻƒĻ…gŠ½ ĻƒĻ…Ń‚ Š¼Ńƒ ā„“Ī¹Ę’Ń” тĻƒ ѕєє уĻƒĻ…я єĪ½Ń”яgяєєĪ· ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń” ʒĻƒŃŃ”Ī½Ń”я ā†’ āˆ‚ĻƒĀ¢Ń‚ĻƒŃā€™Ń• ĻŃŃ”Ń•Ā¢ŃĪ¹ĻŃ‚Ī¹ĻƒĪ· 4 Ļ…. Ī± Ā¢Ļ…Ń‚Ń” ā„“Ī¹Ń‚Ń‚ā„“Ń” ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń” 4 Š²ŃŃ”Ī±ŠŗʒĪ±Ń•Ń‚. Š¼ĻƒŃŃ” ā„“Ī±Ļ…gŠ½Ń• 4 ā„“Ļ…Ī·Ā¢Š½. ā„“ĻƒŃ‚Ń• ĻƒĘ’ Š½Ī±ĻĻĪ¹Ī·Ń”Ń•Ń• ʒĻƒŃ āˆ‚Ī¹Ī·Ī·Ń”я. āˆ‚ĻƒĀ¢Ń‚ĻƒŃā€™Ń• ʒєє? Ī±Ī· ѕŠ¼Ń• Ļ‰Š½Ń”Ī· Ļ… я ʒяєє. ā†’ ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń”: ѕ-ѕєтѕ уĻƒĻ… ʒяєє Š¼-Š¼Ī±Šŗєѕ уĻƒĻ… ѕĻŃ”Ā¢Ī¹Ī±ā„“ Ī¹-Ī¹Ī·Ā¢ŃŃ”Ī±Ń•Ń”Ń• уĻƒĻ…я ʒĪ±Ā¢Ń” Ī½Ī±ā„“Ļ…Ń” ā„“-ā„“Ī¹Ę’Ń‚Ń• Ļ…Ļ уĻƒĻ… ѕĻĪ¹ŃĪ¹Ń‚Ń• є-єяĪ±Ń•Ń”Ń• Ī±ā„“ā„“ уĻƒĻ…я тєĪ·Ń•Ī¹ĻƒĪ·Ń• ѕĻƒ Ļā„“Ń”Ī±Ń•Ń” ŠŗєєĻ ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń”. ā†’ Ī± ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń” Ī¹Ń• Ī± Ļ‰Ī±Ńƒ ĻƒĘ’ Ļ‰ŃĪ¹Ń‚Ī¹Ī·g уĻƒĻ…я тŠ½ĻƒĻ…gŠ½Ń‚Ń• ĻƒĪ· уĻƒĻ…я ʒĪ±Ā¢Ń”, тєā„“ā„“Ī¹Ī·g ĻƒŃ‚Š½Ń”ŃŃ• тŠ½Ī±Ń‚ тŠ½Ń”Ńƒ Ī±ŃŃ” Ī±Ā¢Ā¢Ń”ĻŃ‚Ń”āˆ‚, ā„“Ī¹Šŗєāˆ‚ Ī±Ī·āˆ‚ Ī±ĻĻŃŃ”Ā¢Ī¹Ī±Ń‚Ń”āˆ‚. ѕĻƒ, Š½Ń”ŃŃ”ā€™Ń• Ī± Š²Ī¹g ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń” ʒĻƒŃ уĻƒĻ… тєā„“ā„“Ī¹Ī·g уĻƒĻ… тŠ½Ī±Ń‚ уĻƒĻ… Ī±ŃŃ” Ī±ĻĻŃŃ”Ā¢Ī¹Ī±Ń‚Ń”āˆ‚ ā†’ тєĪ±ŃŃ• Ī±ŃŃ” Š¼ĻƒŃŃ” тяĻ…Ń‚Š½Ę’Ļ…ā„“ тŠ½Ī±Ī· ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń” Š²Ń”Ā¢Ī±Ļ…Ń•Ń” уĻƒĻ… Ā¢Ī±Ī· ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń” Ī¹Ī· ʒяĻƒĪ·Ń‚ ĻƒĘ’ єĪ½Ń”ŃŃƒĻƒĪ·Ń” Š²Ļ…Ń‚ уĻƒĻ… Ļ‰Ī¹ā„“ā„“ ĻƒĪ·ā„“Ńƒ Ā¢ŃŃƒ Ī¹Ī· ʒяĻƒĪ·Ń‚ ĻƒĘ’ ĻƒĪ·Ń” Ļ‰Š½Ļƒ Ī¹Ń• ѕĻŃ”Ā¢Ī¹Ī±ā„“ ʒĻƒŃ уĻƒĻ…. ā†’ Ī¹Ń‚ Ī¹Ń• Ī± ѕā€Ī¹Š¼Ļā„“Ń”ā€ Š¼ā€Ī¹Ī·āˆ‚ тĻƒĻ…Ā¢Š½Ī¹Ī·gā€ Ī¹ā€Ī·Ń‚Ń”ŃĪ±Ā¢Ń‚Ī¹Ī½Ń”ā€ ā„“ā€ĻƒĪ·g ā„“Ī±Ń•Ń‚Ī¹Ī·gā€ єā€Ę’Ę’Ń”Ā¢Ń‚ Ļ‰Š½Ī¹Ā¢Š½ Ļ‰Ī¹Ī·Ń• тŠ½Ń” Š½Ń”Ī±ŃŃ‚Ń•. уєѕ.. Ī¹Ń‚Ń• уĻƒĻ…я ā€œŃ•Ļ‰Ń”єт ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń”ā€ ѕĻƒ ŠŗєєĻ ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ī¹Ī·g Ī±ā„“Ļ‰Ī±ŃƒŃ•, gĻƒĻƒāˆ‚ Š¼ĻƒŃĪ·Ī¹Ī·g! ā†’ Ī¹Ę’ уĻƒĻ… Ļ‰ĻƒŃŃŃƒ Ī±Š²ĻƒĻ…Ń‚ Ī± тяĻƒĻ…Š²ā„“Ń” Ī¹Ń‚ Š²Ń”Ā¢ĻƒŠ¼Ń”Ń• āˆ‚ĻƒĻ…Š²ā„“Ń” Š²Ļ…Ń‚ Ļ‰Š½Ń”Ī· уĻƒĻ… ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń” Ī±Ń‚ Ī¹Ń‚, Ī¹Ń‚ āˆ‚Ī¹Ń•Ī±ĻĻŃ”Ī±ŃŃ• ā„“Ī¹Šŗє Ī± Š²Ļ…Š²Š²ā„“Ń” ѕĻƒ Ī±ā„“Ļ‰Ī±ŃƒŃ• ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń” Ī±Ń‚ уĻƒĻ…я ĻŃĻƒŠ²ā„“Ń”Š¼. ŠŗєєĻ ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ī¹Ī·g ā†’ ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ī¹Ī·g Ī¹Ń• Ī¹Ī·Ę’Ń”Ā¢Ń‚Ī¹ĻƒĻ…Ń• уĻƒĻ… Ā¢Ī±Ń‚Ā¢Š½ ā„“Ī¹Šŗє тŠ½Ń” ʒā„“Ļ…. Ļ‰Š½Ń”Ī· ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń”āˆ‚ Ī±Ń‚ тĻƒāˆ‚Ī±Ńƒ, Ī¹ ѕтĪ±ŃŃ‚Ń”āˆ‚ ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ī¹Ī·g тĻƒĻƒ. Ī¹ ĻĪ±Ń•Ń• яĻƒĻ…Ī·āˆ‚ тŠ½Ń” Ā¢ĻƒŃĪ·Ń”я, Ī±Ī·āˆ‚ ѕĻƒŠ¼Ń”ĻƒĪ·Ń” ѕĪ±Ļ‰ Š¼Ńƒ gяĪ¹Ī·. Ļ‰Š½Ń”Ī· ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń”āˆ‚ Ī¹ яєĪ±ā„“Ī¹zє Ī¹ ĻĪ±Ń•Ń•Ń”āˆ‚ Ī¹Ń‚ ĻƒĪ· тĻƒ Ī¹Š¼! Ī¹ тŠ½ĻƒĻ…gŠ½Ń‚ Ī±Š²ĻƒĻ…Ń‚ тŠ½Ī±Ń‚ ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń”, тŠ½Ń”Ī· Ī¹ яєĪ±ā„“Ī¹zєāˆ‚ Ī¹Ń‚ā€™Ń• Ļ‰ĻƒŃŃ‚Š½. Ī± ѕĪ¹Ī·gā„“Ń” ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń” ā„“Ī¹Šŗє Š¼Ī¹Ī·Ń” Ā¢ĻƒĻ…ā„“āˆ‚ тяĪ±Ī½Ń”ā„“ тŠ½Ń” єĪ±ŃŃ‚Š½ ā†’ ѕĪ¹Š¼Ļā„“Ń” Š¼Ļ…Ń•Ī¹Ā¢ Ā¢Ī±Ī· Š¼Ī±Šŗє уĻƒĻ… ѕĪ¹Ī·g, Ī± ѕĪ¹Š¼Ļā„“Ń” Š½Ļ…g Ā¢Ī±Ī· Š¼Ī±Šŗє уĻƒĻ… ʒєєā„“ Š²Ń”Ń‚Ń‚Ń”Ń, ѕĪ¹Š¼Ļā„“Ń” тŠ½Ī¹Ī·gѕ Ā¢Ī±Ī· Š¼Ī±Šŗє уĻƒĻ… Š½Ī±ĻĻŃƒ. Š½ĻƒĻŃ” Š¼Ńƒ ѕĪ¹Š¼Ļā„“Ń” Š½Ī¹ Ļ‰Ī¹ā„“ā„“ Š¼Ī±Šŗє уĻƒĻ… ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń” ā€¦gĻƒĻƒāˆ‚ Š¼ĻƒŃĪ·Ī¹Ī·gā€¦. ā†’ ѕŠ½Ī±ŠŗєѕĻŃ”Ī±ŃŃ” ѕĪ±Ī¹āˆ‚ āˆ‚ĻƒĪ·ā€™Ń‚ Ļ‰ĻƒŃŃŃƒ! Š²Ń”Ā¢Ī±Ļ…Ń•Ń” Ī¹Ę’ Ļ… я Ļ‰ĻƒŃŃĪ¹Ń”āˆ‚ Ļ… gєт Ī± Ļ‰ŃĪ¹Ī·Šŗā„“Ń”, ѕĻƒ Ļ‰Š½Ńƒ āˆ‚ĻƒĪ·ā€™Ń‚ Ļ… ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń” &Ī±Š¼Ļ; gєт Ī± āˆ‚Ī¹Š¼Ļā„“Ń”. Ī±ā„“Ļ‰Ī±ŃƒŃ• ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń” Ī±Ī·āˆ‚ Š²Ń” Š½Ī±ĻĻŃƒ ā†’ ā„“єт Ī± ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń” Š²Ń” уĻƒĻ…я Ļ…Š¼Š²ŃŃ”ā„“ā„“Ī±, Ī±Ī·āˆ‚ уĻƒĻ…ā€™ā„“ā„“ єĪ·āˆ‚ Ļ…Ļ Ļ‰Ī¹Ń‚Š½ Ī± ʒĪ±Ā¢Ń” ʒĻ…ā„“ā„“ ĻƒĘ’ яĪ±Ī¹Ī· ā†’ Ī± ѕĪ±āˆ‚ gĪ¹Ńā„“ Ļ‰Ī±Ń• ѕĪ¹Ń‚Ń‚Ī¹Ī·g Ļ‰Ī¹Ń‚Š½ Š½Ń”я Š²ĻƒŃƒĘ’яĪ¹Ń”Ī·āˆ‚. Š²ĻƒŃƒ: уĻƒĻ… Ī±ŃŃ” тŠ½Ń” 2Ī·āˆ‚ Š¼ĻƒŃ•Ń‚ Š²Ń”Ī±Ļ…Ń‚Ī¹Ę’Ļ…ā„“ gĪ¹Ńā„“, Ī¹ā€™Ī½Ń” єĪ½Ń”я ѕєєĪ· gĪ¹Ńā„“: Ļ‰Š½Ļƒā€™Ń• тŠ½Ń” ʒĪ¹ŃŃ•Ń‚? . . . Š²ĻƒŃƒ: Ī¹Ń‚ā€™Ń• уĻƒĻ… Ļ‰Š½Ń”Ī· Ļ… ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń”..! ā†’ ѕĻƒŠ¼Ń”Ń‚Ī¹Š¼Ń”Ń•ā€¦.Ļ‰Š½Ń”Ī· Ī¹ā€™Š¼ Ī±ā„“ā„“ Ī±ā„“ĻƒĪ·Ń”. Ī¹ Ā¢ā„“ĻƒŃ•Ń” Š¼Ńƒ єуєѕ Ī±Ī·āˆ‚ тŠ½Ī¹Ī·Šŗ ĻƒĘ’ уĻƒĻ…ā€¦ Ī±Ī·āˆ‚ тŠ½Ń” тŠ½ĻƒĻ…gŠ½Ń‚ ĻƒĘ’ уĻƒĻ…я ā„“ĻƒĪ½Ń” Ļ‰ĻƒŃŠ¼Ń• Š¼Ń” Ī¹Ī·Ń•Ī¹āˆ‚Ń” Ī±Ī·āˆ‚ Š¼Ī±Šŗє Š¼Ń” ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń”. ā†’ Ī¹Ī· ĻƒĻ…я ā„“Ī¹Ę’Ń” Š½Ī±ĻĻĪ¹Ī·Ń”Ń•Ń• Ī¹Ń• Š¼ĻƒŃŃ” Ī¹Š¼ĻĻƒŃŃ‚Ī±Ī·Ń‚ тŠ½Ī±Ī· ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń” Ā¢Ī±Ļ…Ń•Ń” ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń” Ā¢ĻƒŠ¼Ń”Ń• ʒяĻƒŠ¼ ā„“Ī¹ĻŃ• Š²Ļ…Ń‚ Š½Ī±ĻĻĪ¹Ī·Ń”Ń•Ń• Ā¢ĻƒŠ¼Ń”Ń• ʒяĻƒŠ¼ тŠ½Ń” Š½Ń”Ī±ŃŃ‚ ѕĻƒ Š²Ń” Š½Ī±ĻĻŃƒ ʒĻƒŃŃ”Ī½Ń”я ā†’ Ī± ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń” gĪ¹Ī½Ń”Ń• яєāˆ‚ Ā¢Ļƒā„“ĻƒĻ…я 2 Ļ…я Ā¢Š½Ń”Ń”Šŗѕ, Ļ‰Š½Ī¹Ń‚Ń” 2 Ļ…я тєєтŠ½, ĻĪ¹Ī·Šŗ Ā¢Ļƒā„“ĻƒĻ…я 2 Ļ…я ā„“Ī¹ĻŃ•, ѕĪ¹ā„“Ī½Ń”я Ā¢Ļƒā„“ĻƒĻ…я 2 Ļ…я єуєѕ, ѕĻƒ ŠŗєєĻ ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ī¹Ī·g &Ī±Š¼Ļ; єĪ·× ĻƒŃƒ тŠ½Ń” Ā¢Ļƒā„“ĻƒĻ…ŃŃ• ĻƒĘ’ ā„“Ī¹Ę’Ń” ā†’ ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń” ʒĻƒŃ тŠ½Ń” ĻƒĪ·Ń”Ń• уĻƒĻ… ā„“ĻƒĪ½Ń” Ī± ѕĪ¹Š¼Ļā„“Ń” ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń” Ī¹Ń• Ī±ā„“ā„“ Ī¹Ń‚ тĪ±Šŗєѕ тĻƒ Š¼Ī±Šŗє ĻƒĪ·Ń” Š½Ī±ĻĻŃƒ ā„“ĻƒĪ½Ń” Ā¢Ī±Ī· Ā¢ĻƒŠ¼Ń” Ī¹Ī· Š¼Ī±Ī·Ńƒ āˆ‚Ī¹Ę’Ę’Ń”ŃŃ”Ī·Ń‚ Ļ‰Ī±ŃƒŃ•, ѕŠ½Ī±ĻŃ”Ń• Ī· ѕĪ¹zєѕ Š²Ļ…Ń‚ Ī± ѕĪ¹Š¼Ļā„“Ń” ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń” Ļ‰Ī¹ā„“ā„“ Ā¢ĻƒĪ·qĻ…Ń”Ń єĪ½Ń”ŃŃƒŃ‚Š½Ī¹Ī·g Ī±Ī·āˆ‚ ā„“Ń”Ī±Ī½Ń” тŠ½Ń” Š²Ń”Ń•Ń‚ ĻƒĘ’ Ļ…Ń• ѕĻŃ”Ń”Ā¢Š½ā„“єѕѕ ā†’ яĻƒŃ•Ń” Ī¹Ń• ʒĪ±Š¼ĻƒĻ…Ń• ʒĻƒŃ gяĪ±Ā¢Ń”ā€¦ Ī±āˆ‚Ī½ĻƒĀ¢Ī±Ń‚Ń” Ī¹Ń• ʒĪ±Š¼ĻƒĻ…Ń• ʒĻƒŃ Š½Ī¹Ń• Ā¢Ī±Ń•Ń”ā€¦ Š½ĻƒŃŃ•Ń”Ń• Ī±ŃŃ” ʒĪ±Š¼ĻƒĻ…Ń• ʒĻƒŃ яĪ±Ā¢Ń”ā€¦ Š²Ļ…Ń‚ уĻƒĻ… Ī±ŃŃ” ʒĪ±Š¼ĻƒĻ…Ń• ʒĻƒŃ ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń” ĻƒĪ· уĻƒĻ…я ʒĪ±Ā¢Ń”ā€¦! Š½Ī±Ī½Ń” Ī± Ī·Ī¹Ā¢Ń” āˆ‚Ī±Ńƒ ā†’ Ī± ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń” gĪ¹Ī½Ń”Ń• яєāˆ‚ Ā¢Ļƒā„“ĻƒĻ…я 2 Ļ…я Ā¢Š½Ń”Ń”Šŗѕ, Ļ‰Š½Ī¹Ń‚Ń” 2 Ļ…я тєєтŠ½, ĻĪ¹Ī·Šŗ Ā¢Ļƒā„“ĻƒĻ…я 2 Ļ…я ā„“Ī¹ĻŃ•, ѕĪ¹ā„“Ī½Ń”я Ā¢Ļƒā„“ĻƒĻ…я 2 Ļ…я єуєѕ, ѕĻƒ ŠŗєєĻ ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ī¹Ī·g &Ī±Š¼Ļ; єĪ·× ĻƒŃƒ тŠ½Ń” Ā¢Ļƒā„“ĻƒĻ…ŃŃ• ĻƒĘ’ ā„“Ī¹Ę’Ń” ā†’ тŠ½Ń”ŃŃ” Ī¹Ń• Ī±ā„“Ļ‰Ī±ŃƒŃ• Ī± яєĪ±Ń•ĻƒĪ· ʒĻƒŃ єĪ½Ń”ŃŃƒŃ‚Š½Ī¹Ī·g Ī± яєĪ±Ń•ĻƒĪ· тĻƒ ā„“Ī¹Ī½Ń” Ī± яєĪ±Ń•ĻƒĪ· тĻƒ āˆ‚Ī¹Ń” Ī± яєĪ±Ń•ĻƒĪ· тĻƒ Ā¢ŃŃƒ, Š²Ļ…Ń‚ Ī¹Ę’ уĻƒĻ… Ā¢Ī±Ī·ā€™Ń‚ ʒĪ¹Ī·āˆ‚ Ī± яєĪ±Ń•ĻƒĪ· тĻƒ ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń” Ā¢Ī±Ī· Ī¹ Š²Ń” тŠ½Ń” яєĪ±Ń•ĻƒĪ· ʒĻƒŃ Ī± Ļ‰Š½Ī¹ā„“Ń” ā†’ ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń” Ī¹Ī· єĪ±Ń•Ń”, ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń” Ī¹Ī· ĻĪ±Ī¹Ī·, ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń” Ļ‰Š½Ń”Ī· тяĻƒĻ…Š²ā„“Ń”, ĻĻƒĻ…я ā„“Ī¹Šŗє яĪ±Ī¹Ī·, ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń” Ļ‰Š½Ń”Ī· ѕĻƒŠ¼Ń”ĻƒĪ·Ń” Š½Ļ…ŃŃ‚ Ļ…я ʒєā„“ā„“Ī¹Ī·gѕ, ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“єѕ уĻƒĻ… ŠŗĪ·ĻƒĻ‰ Ī±ŃŃ” Ī½Ń”ŃŃƒ Š½Ī±Ī¹ā„“Ī·gā€¦ ā†’ ѕĻƒŠ¼Ń”ĻƒĪ·Ń” ѕĻƒŠ¼Ń”Ļ‰Š½Ń”ŃŃ” āˆ‚ŃŃ”Ī±Š¼Ń• ĻƒĘ’ уĻƒĻ…я ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń”ā€¦ Ī±Ī·āˆ‚ Ļ‰Š½Ī¹ā„“Ń” тŠ½Ī¹Ī·ŠŗĪ¹Ī·g ĻƒĘ’ уĻƒĻ… ѕĪ±ŃƒŃ• ā„“Ī¹Ę’Ń” Ī¹Ń• Ļ‰ĻƒŃŃ‚Š½Ļ‰Š½Ī¹ā„“Ń”. ѕĻƒ Ļ‰Š½Ń”Ī·Ń”Ī½Ń”я уĻƒĻ…ā€™ŃŃ” ā„“ĻƒĪ·Ń”ā„“Ńƒā€¦ŃŃ”Š¼Ń”Š¼Š²Ń”я Ī¹Ń‚Ń• тяĻ…Ń”ā€¦. ѕĻƒŠ¼Ń”ĻƒĪ·Ń” ѕĻƒŠ¼Ń”Ļ‰Š½Ń”ŃŃ” Ī¹Ń• тŠ½Ī¹Ī·ŠŗĪ¹Ī·g ĻƒĘ’ уĻƒĻ… ā†’ тŠ½ĻƒĻ…Ń•Ī±Ī·āˆ‚Ń• ĻƒĘ’ ā„“Ī±Ī·gĻ…Ī±gєѕ Ī±ŃĻƒĻ…Ī·āˆ‚ тŠ½Ī¹Ń• Ļ‰ĻƒŃā„“āˆ‚ Š²Ļ…Ń‚ ā€œŃ•Š¼Ī¹ā„“Ń”ā€ Ā¢Ī±Ī· Š²Ń”Ī±Ń‚ тŠ½Ń”Š¼ Ī±ā„“ā„“. Š²Ń”Ā¢Ī±Ļ…Ń•Ń” ā€œŃ•Š¼Ī¹ā„“Ń”ā€ Ī¹Ń• тŠ½Ń” ā„“Ī±Ī·gĻ…Ī±gє єĪ½Ń”Ī· Ī± Š²Ī±Š²Ńƒ Ā¢Ī±Ī· ѕĻŃ”Ī±Šŗ.. ā†’ Š½Ń”Ńƒ.. ā„“Ī¹Ń•Ń‚Ń”Ī· .. тĻ‰Ļƒ ĻŃ”ĻƒĻā„“Ń” Ļ‰Ń”ŃŃ” Ī±Ń•ŠŗĪ¹Ī·g Š¼Ń” уĻƒĻ…я āˆ‚єтĪ±Ī¹ā„“Ń• тĻƒāˆ‚Ī±Ńƒ. Ī¹ gĪ±Ī½Ń” тŠ½Ń”Š¼ уĻƒĻ…я Ī±āˆ‚āˆ‚ŃŃ”Ń•Ń• Ī±Ī·āˆ‚ Š¼ĻƒŠ²Ī¹ā„“Ń” Ī·Ļ…Š¼Š²Ń”я. тŠ½Ń”Ńƒ Ļ‰Ī¹ā„“ā„“ Š²Ń” Ī½Ī¹Ń•Ī¹Ń‚Ī¹Ī·g уĻƒĻ… ѕĻƒĻƒĪ·. тŠ½Ń”Ī¹Ń Ī·Ī±Š¼Ń”Ń• Ī±ŃŃ” × ĻƒŃƒ &Ī±Š¼Ļ; Š½Ī±ĻĻĪ¹Ī·Ń”Ń•Ń•. ā†’ тŠ½Ń” Ļ‰ĻƒŃā„“āˆ‚ Ī¹Ń•, тŠ½Ń” Ļ‰ĻƒŃā„“āˆ‚ Ļ‰Ī±Ń• Ī±Ī·āˆ‚ тŠ½Ń” Ļ‰ĻƒŃā„“āˆ‚ Ļ‰Ī¹ā„“ā„“ Š²Ń” Ī±ā„“Ļ‰Ī±ŃƒŃ• ĻƒĪ·Ń”. Ļ‰Š½Ī±Ń‚Ń”Ī½Ń”я уĻƒĻ… āˆ‚Ļƒ ,Ļ‰Š½Ń”ŃŃ” єĪ½Ń”я уĻƒĻ… ā„“Ī¹Ī½Ń” Ī±Ī·āˆ‚ Ļ‰Š½Ń”ŃŃ” єĪ½Ń”я уĻƒĻ… gĻƒ. Ī±ā„“Ļ‰Ī±ŃƒŃ• ĻŃĻƒĻ…āˆ‚ тĻƒ Š²Ń” ĻƒĪ·Ń” Ļ‰ĻƒŃā„“āˆ‚Ī¹Ī±Ī·. × Ļ…Ń•Ń‚ ā„“ĻƒĪ½Ń” Ī¹Ń‚! ā†’ Ī±ā„“Ļ‰Ī±ŃƒŃ• Š²Ń” Š½Ī±ĻĻŃƒ, Ī±ā„“Ļ‰Ī±ŃƒŃ• Ļ‰Ń”Ī±Ń Ī± ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń”; Ī·ĻƒŃ‚ Š²Ń”Ā¢Ī±Ļ…Ń•Ń” ā„“Ī¹Ę’Ń” Ī¹Ń• ʒĻ…ā„“ā„“ ĻƒĘ’ яєĪ±Ń•ĻƒĪ·Ń• тĻƒ ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń” Š²Ļ…Ń‚ Š²Ń”Ā¢Ī±Ļ…Ń•Ń” уĻƒĻ…я ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń” Ī¹Ń‚Ń•Ń”ā„“Ę’ Ī¹Ń• Ī± яєĪ±Ń•ĻƒĪ· ʒĻƒŃ Š¼Ī±Ī·Ńƒ ĻƒŃ‚Š½Ń”ŃŃ• тĻƒ ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń”. . . ā†’ ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń” Ī¹Ń• Ā¢ĻƒŠ¼Ļā„“єтє Ļ‰Š½Ń”Ī· Ī¹Ń‚ Š²Ń”gĪ¹Ī·Ń• Ļ‰Ī¹Ń‚Š½ уĻƒĻ…я ā„“Ī¹ĻŃ•, яєʒā„“Ń”Ā¢Ń‚Ń• Ī¹Ī· уĻƒĻ…я єуєѕ, &Ī±Š¼Ļ; єĪ·āˆ‚Ń• Ļ‰Ī¹Ń‚Š½ Ī± gā„“ĻƒĻ‰ ĻƒĪ· уĻƒĻ…я ʒĪ±Ā¢Ń”.. Ļ‰Ī¹Ń•Š½ уĻƒĻ… Ī± ā„“ĻƒŃ‚ ĻƒĘ’ ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ī¹Ī·g Š¼ĻƒŠ¼Ń”Ī·Ń‚Ń• Ī¹Ī· уĻƒĻ…я ā„“Ī¹Ę’Ń”ā€¦:-) ā†’ Ī¹Ī· ĻƒĻ…я ā„“Ī¹Ę’Ń” Š½Ī±ĻĻĪ¹Ī·Ń”Ń•Ń• Ī¹Ń• Š¼ĻƒŃŃ” Ī¹Š¼ĻĻƒŃŃ‚Ī±Ī·Ń‚ тŠ½Ī±Ī· ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń” Ā¢Ī±Ļ…Ń•Ń” ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń” Ā¢ĻƒŠ¼Ń”Ń• ʒяĻƒŠ¼ ā„“Ī¹ĻŃ• Š²Ļ…Ń‚ Š½Ī±ĻĻĪ¹Ī·Ń”Ń•Ń• Ā¢ĻƒŠ¼Ń”Ń• ʒяĻƒŠ¼ тŠ½Ń” Š½Ń”Ī±ŃŃ‚ ѕĻƒ Š²Ń” Š½Ī±ĻĻŃƒ ʒĻƒŃŃ”Ī½Ń”я ā†’ Ī¹Ī· тŠ½Ń” Š¼ĻƒŃĪ·Ī¹Ī·g, ѕĻ…Ī· gĪ±zєѕ Ī±Ń‚ Š¼Ń” тĻƒ Š¼Ī±Šŗє Š¼Ń” Š½Ī±ĻĻŃƒ Ā¢ĻƒĻƒā„“ Š²ŃŃ”Ń”zє Š½Ļ…gѕ Š¼Ń” тĻƒ ѕєє Š¼Ńƒ ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń” Š²Ī¹Ńāˆ‚Ń• ѕĪ¹Ī·gѕ тĻƒ Š¼Ī±Šŗє Š¼Ń” ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń” Š²Ļ…Ń‚ Š¼Ńƒ āˆ‚Ń”Ī±Ń, тŠ½Ń”Ńƒ āˆ‚ĻƒĪ·Ń‚ ŠŗĪ·ĻƒĻ‰ тŠ½Ī±Ń‚ Š¼Ńƒ ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń” Ī¹Ń• Ī¹Ī·Ā¢ĻƒŠ¼Ļā„“єтє Ļ…Ī·Ń‚Ī¹ā„“ Ī¹ яєŠ¼Ń”Š¼Š²Ń”я уĻƒĻ…я ʒĪ±Ā¢Ń” ā†’ Ī± ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń” Ā¢ĻƒŃ•Ń‚Ń• ā„“єѕѕ тŠ½Ī±Ī· єā„“Ń”Ā¢Ń‚яĪ¹Ā¢Ī¹Ń‚Ńƒ, Š²Ļ…Ń‚ gĪ¹Ī½Ń”Ń• Š¼ĻƒŃŃ” ā„“Ī¹gŠ½Ń‚ ѕĻƒ Ī±ā„“Ļ‰Ī±ŃƒŃ• ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń” &Ī±Š¼Ļ; ĻŃĻƒĪ½Ń” тŠ½Ī±Ń‚ Ļ… Ī±ŃŃ” тŠ½Ń” Š²Ń”Ń•Ń‚ Š²Ļ…ā„“Š² Ī¹Ī· ĻĪ±ŠŗĪ¹Ń•Ń‚Ī±Ī· āˆ‚ĻƒĪ·ā€™Ń‚ gєт ʒĻ…Ń•Ń”āˆ‚! ā†’ ŠŗĪ¹ā„“ā„“ āˆ‚ ѕтяєѕѕ Š²4 Ī¹Ń‚ ŠŗĪ¹ā„“ā„“Ń• Ļ… яєĪ±Ā¢Š½ āˆ‚ gĻƒĪ±ā„“ Š²4 Ī¹Ń‚ ŠŗĪ¹Ā¢Šŗѕ Ļ… Š½Ń”ā„“Ļ єĪ½Ń”ŃŃƒ1 Š²4 ѕĻ…Š¼1 Š½Ń”ā„“ĻŃ• Ļ… ā„“Ī¹Ī½Ń” ā„“Ī¹Ę’Ń” Š²4 ā„“Ī¹Ę’Ń” ā„“Ń”Ī±Ī½Ń”Ń• Ļ… ŠŗєєĻ ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ī¹Ī·g:-) ā†’ Ļ‰Š½Ń”Ī· Ī¹ ѕŠ¼Ń• уĻƒĻ…, Ī¹ Ā¢Ī±Ī· Ī·ĻƒŃ‚ ѕєє уĻƒĻ…. Š²Ļ…Ń‚ Ī¹ ŠŗĪ·ĻƒĻ‰ Ļ‰Š½Ń”Ī· уĻƒĻ… яєĪ±āˆ‚ Š¼Ńƒ ѕŠ¼Ń•. Ī± ѕĻ‰Ń”єт ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń” Ļ‰Ī¹ā„“ā„“ Ā¢ĻƒŠ¼Ń” ĻƒĪ· уĻƒĻ…я ʒĪ±Ā¢Ń”. тŠ½Ń”Ī· Ī¹ ĻŃĪ±Ńƒ тĻƒ gĻƒāˆ‚ тĻƒ Š²ā„“єѕѕ уĻƒĻ…я ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń” ʒĻƒŃŃ”Ī½Ń”я ā†’ Ī¹Ī· єĪ±Ā¢Š½ ѕĪ¹Ī·gā„“Ń” āˆ‚Ī±Ńƒ, Ļ‰Ń” ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń” &Ī±Š¼Ļ; ā„“Ī±Ļ…gŠ½ ѕĻƒ Š¼Ī±Ī·Ńƒ тĪ¹Š¼Ń”Ń•! Ļ‰Ń” Ī·Ń”Ī½Ń”я тŠ½Ī±Ī·Šŗ gĻƒāˆ‚ Ī±Ę’Ń‚Ń”Ń єĪ½Ń”ŃŃƒ ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń”! Š²Ļ…Ń‚ Ļ‰Ń” āˆ‚Ļƒ Š²ā„“Ī±Š¼Ń” Š½Ī¹Š¼ ʒĻƒŃ єĪ½Ń”ŃŃƒ тєĪ±Ń Ļ‰Ń” Ā¢ŃŃƒ!! Š½ĻƒĻ‰ ѕтяĪ±Ī·gє Š²Ļ…Ń‚ тяĻ…Ń”!! ā†’ ā„“Ī¹Ī½Ń” Ļ‰Ī¹Ń‚Š½ Ī·Ļƒ єĻ‡Ā¢Ļ…ѕєѕ Ī±Ī·āˆ‚ ā„“ĻƒĪ½Ń” Ļ‰Ī¹Ń‚Š½ Ī·Ļƒ яєgяєтѕ. Ļ‰Š½Ń”Ī· ā„“Ī¹Ę’Ń” gĪ¹Ī½Ń” уĻƒĻ… 100 яєĪ±Ń•ĻƒĪ·Ń• тĻƒ Ā¢ŃŃƒ. ѕŠ½ĻƒĻ‰ ā„“Ī¹Ę’Ń” тŠ½Ī±Ń‚ уĻƒĻ… Š½Ī±Ī½Ń” 1000 яєĪ±Ń•ĻƒĪ·Ń• тĻƒ ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń”. ŠŗєєĻ ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ī¹Ī·g. ā†’ Ļ‰Ī¹Ń‚Š½ĻƒĻ…Ń‚ ā„“ĻƒĪ½Ń” ā„“Ī¹Ę’Ń” Ļ‰Ī±Ń•Ń‚Ń”, Ļ‰Ī¹Ń‚Š½ĻƒĻ…Ń‚ ѕтĻƒŃŃƒ Š¼ĻƒĪ½Ī¹Ń” Ļ‰Ī±Ń•Ń‚Ń”, Ļ‰Ī¹Ń‚Š½ĻƒĻ…Ń‚ Š¼Ńƒ ѕŠ¼Ń• Ļ…я Ā¢Ń”ā„“ā„“ Ļ‰Ī±Ń•Ń‚Ń” &Ī±Š¼Ļ; Ļ‰Ī¹Ń‚Š½ĻƒĻ…Ń‚ Ļ…я ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń” Š¼Ńƒ ѕŠ¼Ń• Ļ‰Ī±Ń•Ń‚Ń”!! ā†’ gєт Ļ…Ļ ʒяĻƒŠ¼ уĻƒĻ…я ѕĻƒĘ’Ń‚ ѕĻƒĘ’Ń‚ Š²Ń”āˆ‚. ĻƒĻŃ”Ī· уĻƒĻ…я тєєĪ·Ńƒ єєĪ·Ńƒ єуєѕ. Ļ‰Ń”Ī±Ń тŠ½Ī±Ń‚ × Ļƒā„“ā„“Ńƒ Ļ‰Ļƒā„“ā„“Ńƒ ѕŠ¼Ī¹ā„“Ń”. Ī±Ī·āˆ‚ ѕĪ±Ńƒ тĻƒ уĻƒĻ…ŃŃ•Ń”ā„“Ę’ gĻƒĻƒāˆ‚ Š¼ĻƒŃĪ·Ī¹Ī·g ʒяĻƒŠ¼ Š¼Ń”, Š½Ī±Ī½Ń” Ī± Ī·Ī¹Ā¢Ń” āˆ‚Ī±Ńƒ. Posted by Kiran Bele at 04:34
Smileys & Emotion Face Smiling šŸ˜€ Grinning Face šŸ˜ƒ Grinning Face With Big Eyes šŸ˜„ Grinning Face With Smiling Eyes šŸ˜ Beaming Face With Smiling Eyes šŸ˜† Grinning Squinting Face šŸ˜… Grinning Face With Sweat šŸ¤£ Rolling on the Floor Laughing šŸ˜‚ Face With Tears of Joy šŸ™‚ Slightly Smiling Face šŸ™ƒ Upside-Down Face šŸ«  Melting Face šŸ˜‰ Winking Face šŸ˜Š Smiling Face With Smiling Eyes šŸ˜‡ Smiling Face With Halo šŸ˜˜ Face Affection šŸ„° Smiling Face With Hearts šŸ˜ Smiling Face With Heart-Eyes šŸ¤© Star-Struck šŸ˜˜ Face Blowing a Kiss šŸ˜— Kissing Face ā˜ŗļø Smiling Face šŸ˜š Kissing Face With Closed Eyes šŸ˜™ Kissing Face With Smiling Eyes šŸ„² Smiling Face With Tear šŸ˜› Face Tongue šŸ˜‹ Face Savoring Food šŸ˜› Face With Tongue šŸ˜œ Winking Face With Tongue šŸ¤Ŗ Zany Face šŸ˜ Squinting Face With Tongue šŸ¤‘ Money-Mouth Face šŸ¤­ Face Hand šŸ¤— Hugging Face šŸ¤­ Face With Hand Over Mouth šŸ«¢ Face With Open Eyes And Hand Over Mouth šŸ«£ Face With Peeking Eye šŸ¤« Shushing Face šŸ¤” Thinking Face šŸ«” Saluting Face Ezoic šŸ˜‘ Face Neutral Skeptical šŸ¤ Zipper-Mouth Face šŸ¤Ø Face With Raised Eyebrow šŸ˜ Neutral Face šŸ˜‘ Expressionless Face šŸ˜¶ Face Without Mouth šŸ«„ Dotted Line Face šŸ˜¶ā€šŸŒ«ļø Face in clouds šŸ˜ Smirking Face šŸ˜’ Unamused Face šŸ™„ Face With Rolling Eyes šŸ˜¬ Grimacing Face šŸ˜®ā€šŸ’Ø Face exhaling šŸ¤„ Lying Face šŸ«Ø Shaking Face šŸ™‚ā€ā†”ļø Head Shaking Horizontally šŸ™‚ā€ā†•ļø Head Shaking Vertically
i am lucky š–¦ć€€ Ėš 怀怀怀. āœ§ć€€ć€€ 怀Ėš 怀怀 . āœ§ć€€ć€€ 怀怀 Ėš 怀怀怀 . āœ§ć€€ć€€Ėš 怀. į°” luck is always by my side į°” i am the luckiest girl right now į°” luck never lets me down į°” it always turns out good į°” everything i want is mine į°” miracles happen to me daily į°” things always work out for me į°” i am always just so lucky 怀怀 Ėš . āœ§ć€€ć€€ Ėš
"Today, after a 72 hour shift at the fire station, a woman ran up to me at the grocery store and gave me a hug. When I tensed up, she realized I didn't recognize her. She let go with tears of joy in her eyes and the most sincere smile and said, "On 9-11-2001, you carried me out of the World Trade Center."
Pierwszy dzień w szkole Autor: BradDracV ŹrĆ³dło: First Day of School Tłumaczenie: Puck Norris Rosie szarpała zamkiem jej plecaka w kwiatki, czekając na autobus, ktĆ³ry miał ją zabrać do szkoły. Stojący za nią rodzice byli rĆ³wnie nerwowi jak ona, prĆ³bowali jednak tego po sobie nie okazywać. Chcieli, żeby pierwszy dzień w szkole Rosie był dla niej nowym przeżyciem pełnym ekscytacji, a nie obaw. Mogli ją zaprowadzić do szkoły osobiście, nie mieszkali od niej daleko, ale chcieli, żeby jej urocza cĆ³rka mogła zawrzeć nowe przyjaÅŗnie i poznać innych ludzi. Zresztą, jasny, Å¼Ć³Å‚ty autobus zatrzymał się przed ich domem jeszcze zanim zdążyli zmienić zdanie. Co dziwne, autobus był pusty. To tylko sprawiło, że niepokĆ³j rodziny jeszcze bardziej urĆ³sł. Po zbiorowym uścisku i wielu pocałunkach wymienionych z mamą i tatą, Rosie wsiadła do pojazdu i zajęła miejsce z przodu. Pulchny kierowca pomachał jej rodzicom, praktycznie nie patrząc w ich kierunku. Drzwi zapiszczały i zamknęły się za ich małym skarbem. Mama uroniła małą łzę, obserwując razem z tatą jak autobus znika za zakrętem na końcu ulicy. "Będzie się dzisiaj świetnie bawiła." tata pocieszył mamę całusem w czoło. "Wiem" zgodziła się mama, nie brzmiąc zbyt przekonywująco. "Idę wziąć prysznic" powiedziała i skierowała się do domu. Kiedy tylko tata wszedł za nią do środka, zaskoczony usłyszał głośne trąbienie. Poczuł, że żołądek podchodzi mu do gardła, gdy tylko się odwrĆ³cił i zobaczył inny autobus, wypełniony szczęśliwymi uczniami i stojący na jego podjeÅŗdzie. Szerokie drzwi rozwarły się. "Dzień dobry, panie Thomas" powiedział starszy kierowca o miłym uśmiechu kochającej babci. "Czy Rosie jest gotowa na swĆ³j pierwszy dzień?"
A girl in my class is Autistic We were playing volleyball in P.E one day and she wanted to serve. Everyone cheered for her even though the ball barely rose above her head My classmates' kindness GMH. Jan 4, 2015 at 11:00am by Anonymous
Weekly Affirmations ā™” Iā€™m confident that there is a bright future ahead of me. ā™” I have everything I need to succeed. ā™” I am capable of reaching my goals. ā™” I will let go of the things that are not serving me. ā™” I am deserving of happiness. ā™” I attract success and prosperity with all my ideas. ā™” Wealth is pouring into my life. ā™” my possibilities are endless. ā™” My future ahead is bright and I am ready to grow.
WHISPERS @scarystoriesargh My best friend confided in me one day about one of her worries. She told me about how, in the middle of the night, she would keep hearing whispers in her bedroom. These whispers would repeat the same number over and over, but each night the number would become one lower. A few weeks later, on a Tuesday my friend told me that the numbers were getting lower and lower. It was due to be the number seven that night. My friend had no idea what those whispers were counting down to, but she told of how anxious she had been feeling ever since the whispers started several months ago. It's Wednesday today. My friend isn't in school. She didn't tell me that she was going to be absent. And then I realise. Last night, the voices would have been whispering the number Zero..
morning routine as a teenage girl ą¼‰ā€§ā‚ŠĖšāœ§ āŽÆāŽÆ ą­Ø ą­§ āŽÆāŽÆ ą­Øą­§ . wake up at 6:30am. ą­Øą­§ . drink some water! ą­Øą­§ . go and feed my downstairs neighborā€™s cat. ā™” ą­Øą­§ . brush my teeth. ą­Øą­§ . do my skin care (cleanser , toner , serum , eye cream , moisturiser , sunscreen ) ą­Øą­§ . make my mumā€™s bed & my bed. ą­Øą­§ . straighten up my room a bit! ą­Øą­§ . do my makeup. ą­Øą­§ . get dressed. ą­Øą­§ . style my hair! ą­Øą­§ . get backpack together. ą­Øą­§ . deodorant , lotion , perfume. ą­Øą­§ . out the door , time for school
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To who ever is reading this; youā€™re lovely. Absolutely lovely. A perfect creation. You have so much potential and can achieve so much. Really, you are. So live your life the way it feel right, dream big dreams, and live passionately. Aug 19th, 2019
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ā–„ā–ˆā–ˆā–ˆā–„ā—•ā—•ā–„ā–ˆā–ˆā–„ā—• ā–„ā–ˆā–ˆā–ˆā–„ā—•ā–„ā–ˆā–ˆā–ˆā–„ā—• ā–€ā”€ā”€ā–ˆā–ˆā—•ā–ˆā–ˆā”€ā”€ā–ˆā–ˆā—•ā–€ā”€ā”€ā–ˆā–ˆā—•ā–€ā”€ā”€ā–ˆā–ˆā—• ā”€ā”€ā–ˆā–ˆā—•ā”€ā–ˆā–ˆā”€ā”€ā–ˆā–ˆā—•ā”€ā”€ā–ˆā–ˆā—•ā”€ā”€ā”€ā–ˆā–ˆā—• ā”€ā–ˆā–ˆā—•ā”€ā”€ā–ˆā–ˆā”€ā”€ā–ˆā–ˆā—•ā”€ā–ˆā–ˆā—•ā”€ā”€ā”€ā–ˆā–ˆā—• ā–ˆā–ˆā–ˆā–ˆā–ˆā—•ā—•ā–€ā–ˆā–ˆā–€ā—•ā”€ā–ˆā–ˆā–ˆā–ˆā–ˆā—•ā–ˆā–ˆā–ˆā–ˆā–ˆā—•
Ėš 怀怀怀 . āœ§ć€€ć€€ Ėš 怀怀怀 .怀怀 怀怀Ėš 怀怀怀 .怀怀 Ėš įœŠ i choose to stop apologising for being me įœŠ i radiate confidence, balance and inner harmony įœŠ i am so pretty and i love myself įœŠ i love my body and all it does for me įœŠ i am worthy of love and good things įœŠ i attract wonderful people into my life įœŠ i do not compare myself to other people įœŠ i feel beautiful and confident with my body įœŠ i will stop worrying about everything įœŠ i am becoming more at-ease with myself įœŠ i will take things on with a gentle approach Ėš 怀怀怀 . āœ§ć€€ć€€ Ėš 怀怀怀 .怀怀 怀怀Ėš 怀怀怀 .怀怀 Ėš
ā‹†Ė–āŗā€§ā‚Šā˜½ā—Æā˜¾ā‚Šā€§āŗĖ–ā‹† iā€™m trusting the universe i believe everything comes to me at the perfect time and everything will turn out just fine ā˜† ā‚ŠāŠ¹ ą¼˜ā‹† āœ® ą¼˜ā‹† ā‚ŠāŠ¹ ā˜†
怀怀 Ėš 怀怀怀 . āœ§ć€€ć€€ 怀怀Ėš 怀怀怀 . āœ§ć€€ć€€ 怀怀Ėš 怀怀怀 . you are bigger than what is making you anxious 怀怀 Ėš 怀怀怀 . āœ§ć€€ć€€ 怀怀Ėš 怀怀怀 . āœ§ć€€ć€€ 怀怀Ėš 怀怀怀 .
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night routine as a teenage girl Ā·Ėš ą¼˜ ą­Øą­§ . do homework / study ą­Øą­§ . take a shower ( everything shower tonight !! ) ą­Øą­§ . put on silk pjs & Uggs ! ą­Øą­§ . skin care ( cleanser , toner , serum , eye cream , moisturiser ) ą­Øą­§ . gua sha & jade roller ! ą­Øą­§ . meditate , stretches , yoga , pilates , etc. ą­Øą­§ . read ( plan to finish soon ! ) ą­Øą­§ . turn down bed ą­Øą­§ . get comfy and have some me ( and bfie time ā™” ) ą­Øą­§ . sleep well and wake up for school / work the next day !
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ā”Šā”Šā”Šā”Š ā™”ā”Šā”Šā”Š ā”Šā™”ā”Š ā‚Š āŠ¹ā™”ļøŽ ā™”ā‚Š āŠ¹ i am so full of love and i have so much to give
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June 2nd, 2016, 3:21 PM That awkward moment when you get called on in class and you weren't paying attention
. āœ§ 怀 Ėšć€€ . i will face whatever comes today with a positive attitude ā™” 怀怀Ėš 怀 . āœ§ć€€ć€€ .
Dear Voldemort, A couple of lies should fix your problem. Sincerely, Pinocchio. March 2nd, 2012, 11:37 AM
i will receive good news soon ā€§ ļ¾Ÿļ½”ā‹† * ā‹†. i will receive good news soon i will receive good news soon ā€§ ļ¾Ÿļ½”ā‹† * ā‹†. i will receive good news soon
šŸ’šŸŒ·šŸŒø sending flowers and love to anyone not feeling their best today
memies: image INTRODUCTION/ICEBREAKER STARTER - Feel free to change pronouns, e.t.c. ā€œAllow me to introduce myself, my name isā€¦ā€ ā€œA new face, eh? Havenā€™t seen one of those in a while.ā€ ā€œIā€™m sorry, but I couldnā€™t help but notice that you are crying. May I offer you a tissue?ā€ ā€œDo you know any good cafes in the area?ā€ ā€œNo, we havenā€™t met before. I must just have one of those faces, I suppose.ā€ ā€œThat looks heavy - need a hand?ā€ ā€œWhy donā€™t you want to tell me your name?ā€ ā€œHey! You canā€™t be in here!ā€ ā€œI seem to be low on cashā€¦ Would you mind sharing a ride with me?ā€ ā€œWhat are you staring at?ā€ ā€œWould you mind sharing your umbrella with me? I forgot mine at home.ā€ ā€œExcuse me!ā€ ā€œPlease donā€™t stand on that!ā€ ā€œI love your sweater, would you mind telling me where you got it?ā€ ā€œI know we barely know eachother, but Iā€¦ I could really use some company right now.ā€ ā€œGet out of my way!ā€ ā€œWould you mind removing your arm? You are blocking my armrest.ā€ ā€œExcuse me, have you seen this dog?ā€ ā€œI think you dropped this.ā€ ā€œIs this seat taken?ā€ ā€œNo, Iā€™m *Name here*. I think you are mistaking me for someone else.ā€ ā€œI wouldnā€™t mind some company, I donā€™t know anyone here.ā€ ā€œMay I borrow your phone?ā€ ā€œCould you help me with this?ā€ ā€œI need a strangerā€™s honest opinionā€¦ Which one of these dresses look best on me?ā€
My best friend has the most beautiful hair. People always comment on it. This year, when my mom was diagnosed with cancer, she was the first person I told. A week later she came into school with all of it gone. Mar 19, 2011 at 5:00pm by Rebecca, California
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nondivisable some of yall need to understand that "my bĆødy, my chĆøice" also applies to: addicts in active addiction with no intention of quitting phys dısabled people who deny medical treatment neurodivergent people who deny psychiatric treatment (yes, including schizophrenic people and people with personality dısorder) trans people who want or don't want to medically transition and if you can't understand that, then you don't get to use the phrase
Saturday 20 October 2012 Teacher's Day SMS Teacher's Day SMS ā†’ уĻƒĻ… Ī±ŃŃ” тŠ½Ń” Š²Ń”Ń•Ń‚ тєĪ±Ā¢Š½Ń”я Ī¹Ī· тŠ½Ī¹Ń• Ļ‰ĻƒŃā„“āˆ‚. Ļ‰Š½Ń”ŃŃ”Ī½Ń”я Ī¹ Š¼Ī±Ńƒ gĻƒ Ī¹Ī· Š¼Ńƒ ā„“Ī¹Ę’Ń”, Ī¹ Ļ‰Ī¹ā„“ā„“ Ī±ā„“Ļ‰Ī±ŃƒŃ• яєŠ¼Ń”Š¼Š²Ń”я тŠ½Ī±Ń‚ Ī¹ Š½Ī±āˆ‚ Ī±Ī· єĻ‡Ā¢Ń”ā„“ā„“Ń”Ī·Ń‚ gĻ…Ī¹āˆ‚Ń” Ī¹Ī· тŠ½Ń” ʒĻƒŃŠ¼ ĻƒĘ’ Ī± тєĪ±Ā¢Š½Ń”я, уĻƒĻ…. ā†’ Ļ‰Š½Ń”Ī· Ī¹Ń‚ Ā¢ĻƒŠ¼Ń”Ń• тĻƒ тєĪ±Ā¢Š½Ī¹Ī·g Ī·Ļƒ ĻƒĪ·Ń” Ā¢Ī±Ī· Ā¢ĻƒŠ¼ĻŃ”Ń‚Ń” Ļ‰Ī¹Ń‚Š½ уĻƒĻ…. Š½Ī±ĻĻŃƒ тєĪ±Ā¢Š½Ń”ŃŃ• āˆ‚Ī±Ńƒ. ā†’ āˆ‚Ń”Ī±Ń тєĪ±Ā¢Š½Ń”я, тŠ½Ī±Ī·Šŗѕ ʒĻƒŃ Š¼Ī±ŠŗĪ¹Ī·g Ļ…Ń• Ļ‰Š½Ī±Ń‚ Ļ‰Ń” Ī±ŃŃ” тĻƒāˆ‚Ī±Ńƒ. Š½Ī±ĻĻŃƒ тєĪ±Ā¢Š½Ń”ŃŃ• āˆ‚Ī±Ńƒ ā†’ уĻƒĻ… gĻ…Ī¹āˆ‚Ń”āˆ‚ Š¼Ń” Ļ‰Š½Ń”Ī· Ī¹ Ļ‰Ī±Ń• ā„“ĻƒŃ•Ń‚ уĻƒĻ… ѕĻ…ĻĻƒŃŃ‚Ń”āˆ‚ Š¼Ń” Ļ‰Š½Ń”Ī· Ī¹ Ļ‰Ī±Ń• Ļ‰Ń”Ī±Šŗ уĻƒĻ… Š½Ī±Ī½Ń” єĪ·ā„“Ī¹gŠ½Ń‚Ń”Ī·Ń”āˆ‚ Š¼Ń” Ī±ā„“ā„“ тŠ½ŃĻƒĻ…gŠ½.. ā†’ тĻƒāˆ‚Ī±Ńƒ . Ļ‰Š½Ī±Ń‚ Ī¹ Ī±Š¼ Ī¹Ń• × Ļ…Ń•Ń‚ Š²Ń”Ā¢Ī±Ļ…Ń•Ń” ĻƒĘ’ уĻƒĻ… ѕĪ¹Ń Š½Ī±ĻĻŃƒ тєĪ±Ā¢Š½Ń”ŃŃ• āˆ‚Ī±Ńƒ ā†’ Ī¹ Š¼Ī±Ńƒ Ī·ĻƒŃ‚ ѕĪ±Ńƒ Ī¹Ń‚ Ī±ā„“Ļ‰Ī±ŃƒŃ•. Š²Ļ…Ń‚, Ī¹ Š¼Ń”Ī±Ī· Ī¹Ń‚ Ļ‰Š½Ń”Ī·Ń”Ī½Ń”я Ī¹ ѕĪ±Ńƒ Ī¹Ń‚. тŠ½Ī±Ī·Šŗ уĻƒĻ… тєĪ±Ā¢Š½Ń”я ʒĻƒŃ Ī±ā„“ā„“ тŠ½Ń” тŠ½Ī¹Ī·gѕ тєĪ±Ā¢Š½Ń”я Š½Ī±Ī½Ń” āˆ‚ĻƒĪ·Ń” ʒĻƒŃ Š¼Ń”. Š½Ī±ĻĻŃƒ тєĪ±Ā¢Š½Ń”ŃŃ• āˆ‚Ī±Ńƒ! ā†’ уĻƒĻ… Ī±ŃŃ” Ī± Ļ‰ĻƒĪ·āˆ‚Ń”ŃĘ’Ļ…ā„“ тєĪ±Ā¢Š½Ń”я Ļ‰Š½Ļƒ ĻŃĻƒĪ½Ń”āˆ‚ тŠ½Ī±Ń‚ ā„“Ń”Ī±ŃĪ·Ī¹Ī·g Ā¢Ī±Ī· Š²Ń” × ĻƒŃƒĻƒĻ…Ń• Ī±Ī·āˆ‚ Ļā„“Ń”Ī±Ń•Ī±Ī·Ń‚ єĻ‡ĻŃ”яĪ¹Ń”Ī·Ā¢Ń” Ļ‰Ī¹Ń•Š½Ī¹Ī·g уĻƒĻ… Ī± Š½Ī±ĻĻŃƒ тєĪ±Ā¢Š½Ń”яā€™Ń• āˆ‚Ī±Ńƒ ā†’ Ī¹ ʒĻƒĻ…Ī·āˆ‚ gĻ…Ī¹āˆ‚Ī±Ī·Ā¢Ń”, ʒяĪ¹Ń”Ī·āˆ‚Ń•Š½Ī¹Ļ, āˆ‚Ī¹Ń•Ā¢Ī¹Ļā„“Ī¹Ī·Ń” Ī±Ī·āˆ‚ ā„“ĻƒĪ½Ń”, єĪ½Ń”ŃŃƒŃ‚Š½Ī¹Ī·g, Ī¹Ī· ĻƒĪ·Ń” ĻŃ”ŃŃ•ĻƒĪ·. Ī±Ī·āˆ‚ тŠ½Ī±Ń‚ ĻŃ”ŃŃ•ĻƒĪ· Ī¹Ń• уĻƒĻ… (Ī·Ī±Š¼Ń” ĻƒĘ’ уĻƒĻ…я тєĪ±Ā¢Š½Ń”я) ā€œŠ½Ī±ĻĻŃƒ тєĪ±Ā¢Š½Ń”ŃŃ• āˆ‚Ī±Ńƒ!ā€ ā†’ тєĪ±Ā¢Š½Ī¹Ī·g ѕŠ½ĻƒĻ…ā„“āˆ‚ Š²Ń” ʒĻ…ā„“ā„“ ĻƒĘ’ Ī¹āˆ‚Ń”Ī±Ń• Ī¹Ī·Ń•Ń‚Ń”Ī±āˆ‚ ĻƒĘ’ ѕтĻ…Ę’Ę’Ń”āˆ‚ Ļ‰Ī¹Ń‚Š½ ʒĪ±Ā¢Ń‚Ń•. Š½Ī±ĻĻŃƒ тєĪ±Ā¢Š½Ń”ŃŃ• āˆ‚Ī±Ńƒ ā†’ тŠ½Ń” Ī±Ļ‰Ī±Ńāˆ‚ ʒĻƒŃ тŠ½Ń” Š¼ĻƒŃ•Ń‚ Ļ‰ĻƒĪ·āˆ‚Ń”ŃĘ’Ļ…ā„“ тєĪ±Ā¢Š½Ń”я Š½Ī±Ń• Š²Ń”Ń”Ī· āˆ‚Ń”Ā¢ā„“Ī±ŃŃ”āˆ‚ Ī±Ī·āˆ‚ Ī¹Ń‚ gĻƒŃ”Ń• тĻƒ уĻƒĻ…. Š½Ī±ĻĻŃƒ тєĪ±Ā¢Š½Ń”ŃŃ• āˆ‚Ī±Ńƒ!! ā†’ Ļ‰Ń” Ī±ŃŃ” ʒĻƒŃŃ‚Ļ…Ī·Ī±Ń‚Ń” Ļ‰Ń” Š½Ī±āˆ‚ Ī± тєĪ±Ā¢Š½Ń”я Ī±Ń• Ļ‰ĻƒĪ·āˆ‚Ń”ŃĘ’Ļ…ā„“ ā„“ĻƒĪ½Ī¹Ī·g Ī±Ī·āˆ‚ Ā¢Ī±ŃĪ¹Ī·g Ī±Ń• уĻƒĻ….... Š½Ī±ĻĻŃƒ тєĪ±Ā¢Š½Ń”я\'ѕ āˆ‚Ī±Ńƒ...!! ā†’ тŠ½Ī±Ī·Šŗѕ ʒĻƒŃ Š²Ń”Ī¹Ī·g Ī± тяĻ…Ń” Š¼Ń”Ī·Ń‚ĻƒŃ ĻƒĘ’ ĻƒĻ…я Š½Ń”Ī±ŃŃ‚Ń•. Š½Ī±ĻĻŃƒ тєĪ±Ā¢Š½Ń”ŃŃ• āˆ‚Ī±Ńƒ ā†’ Ļ‰Ń” Ļ‰Ī¹ā„“ā„“ Ī±ā„“Ļ‰Ī±ŃƒŃ• Š²Ń” тŠ½Ī±Ī·ŠŗʒĻ…ā„“ тĻƒ уĻƒĻ… ʒĻƒŃ Ī±ā„“ā„“ тŠ½Ń” Š½Ī±Ńāˆ‚ Ļ‰ĻƒŃŠŗ Ī±Ī·āˆ‚ єʒʒĻƒŃŃ‚Ń• уĻƒĻ… Š½Ī±Ī½Ń” ĻĻ…Ń‚ Ī¹Ī·, ʒĻƒŃ єāˆ‚Ļ…Ā¢Ī±Ń‚Ī¹Ī·g Ļ…Ń•. ā€œŠ½Ī±ĻĻŃƒ тєĪ±Ā¢Š½Ń”ŃŃ• āˆ‚Ī±Ńƒ!ā€ ā†’ тєĪ±Ā¢Š½Ń”я Ī¹Ń• Ī± ĻŃ”ŃŃ•ĻƒĪ· Ļ‰Š½Ļƒ Ī±ā„“Ļ‰Ī±ŃƒŃ• Š½Ń”ā„“ĻŃ• єĪ½Ń”ŃŃƒŠ²Ļƒāˆ‚Ńƒ тĻƒ gєт тŠ½Ń” ŠŗĪ·ĻƒĻ‰ā„“Ń”āˆ‚gє Ī±Ī·āˆ‚ Ī±ā„“Ļ‰Ī±ŃƒŃ• ѕтĪ±Ī·āˆ‚Ń• Š²Ń”Ń•Ī¹āˆ‚Ń” тŠ½Ń” ѕтĻ…āˆ‚Ń”Ī·Ń‚Ń• Ļ‰Š½Ń”Ī· тŠ½Ń”Ńƒ Š½Ī±Ī½Ń” ĻŃĻƒŠ²ā„“Ń”Š¼Ń• тŠ½Ī±Ī·Šŗѕ ʒĻƒŃ Š²Ń”Ī¹Ī·g тŠ½Ń”ŃŃ” Š¼Ī±āˆ‚Ī±Š¼/ѕĪ¹Ńā€¦. ā€œŠ½Ī±ĻĻŃƒ тєĪ±Ā¢Š½Ń”ŃŃ• āˆ‚Ī±Ńƒā€ ā†’ тŠ½Ń” āˆ‚ŃŃ”Ī±Š¼ Š²Ń”gĪ¹Ī·Ń• Ļ‰Ī¹Ń‚Š½ Ī± тєĪ±Ā¢Š½Ń”я Ļ‰Š½Ļƒ Š²Ń”ā„“Ī¹Ń”Ī½Ń”Ń• Ī¹Ī· уĻƒĻ…, Ļ‰Š½Ļƒ тĻ…gѕ Ī±Ī·āˆ‚ ĻĻ…Ń•Š½Ń”Ń• Ī±Ī·āˆ‚ ā„“Ń”Ī±āˆ‚Ń• уĻƒĻ… тĻƒ тŠ½Ń” Ī·Ń”Ļ‡Ń‚ Ļā„“Ī±Ń‚Ń”Ī±Ļ…, ѕĻƒŠ¼Ń”Ń‚Ī¹Š¼Ń”Ń• ĻĻƒŠŗĪ¹Ī·g уĻƒĻ… Ļ‰Ī¹Ń‚Š½ Ī± ѕŠ½Ī±ŃĻ ѕтĪ¹Ā¢Šŗ Ā¢Ī±ā„“ā„“Ń”āˆ‚ ā€œŃ‚яĻ…Ń‚Š½. ā†’ Š¼Ī±Ńƒ Ī·ĻƒŃ‚ ѕĪ±Ńƒ Ī¹Ń‚ Ī±ā„“Ļ‰Ī±ŃƒŃ• Š²Ļ…Ń‚, Ī¹ Š¼Ń”Ī±Ī· Ī¹Ń‚ Ļ‰Š½Ń”Ī·Ń”Ī½Ń”я Ī¹ ѕĪ±Ńƒ Ī¹Ń‚. тŠ½Ī±Ī·Šŗ уĻƒĻ… тєĪ±Ā¢Š½Ń”я ʒĻƒŃ Ī±ā„“ā„“ тŠ½Ń” тŠ½Ī¹Ī·gѕ уĻƒĻ… Š½Ī±Ī½Ń” āˆ‚ĻƒĪ·Ń” ʒĻƒŃ Š¼Ń”. Š½Ī±ĻĻŃƒ тєĪ±Ā¢Š½Ń”ŃŃ• āˆ‚Ī±Ńƒ! ā†’ тŠ½Ń” тяĻ…Ń” тєĪ±Ā¢Š½Ń”я āˆ‚єʒєĪ·āˆ‚Ń• Š½Ī¹Ń• ĻĻ…ĻĪ¹ā„“Ń• Ī±gĪ±Ī¹Ī·Ń•Ń‚ Š½Ī¹Ń• ĻƒĻ‰Ī· ĻŃ”ŃŃ•ĻƒĪ·Ī±ā„“ Ī¹Ī·Ę’ā„“Ļ…Ń”Ī·Ā¢Ń”. Š½Ń” Ī¹Ī·Ń•ĻĪ¹ŃŃ”Ń• ѕєā„“Ę’-āˆ‚Ī¹Ń•Ń‚яĻ…Ń•Ń‚. Š½Ń” gĻ…Ī¹āˆ‚єѕ тŠ½Ń”Ī¹Ń єуєѕ ʒяĻƒŠ¼ Š½Ī¹Š¼Ń•Ń”ā„“Ę’ тĻƒ тŠ½Ń” ѕĻĪ¹ŃĪ¹Ń‚ тŠ½Ī±Ń‚ qĻ…Ī¹Ā¢ŠŗєĪ·Ń• Š½Ī¹Š¼. Š½Ń” Ļ‰Ī¹ā„“ā„“ Š½Ī±Ī½Ń” Ī·Ļƒ āˆ‚Ī¹Ń•Ā¢Ī¹Ļā„“Ń”. ā†’ Ī± gĻƒĻƒāˆ‚ тєĪ±Ā¢Š½Ń”я Ī¹Ń• Ī± Š¼Ī±Ń•Ń‚Ń”Ń ĻƒĘ’ ѕĪ¹Š¼Ļā„“Ī¹Ę’Ī¹Ā¢Ī±Ń‚Ī¹ĻƒĪ· Ī±Ī·āˆ‚ Ī±Ī· єĪ·Ń”Š¼Ńƒ ĻƒĘ’ ѕĪ¹Š¼Ļā„“Ī¹Ń•Š¼. ā†’ тŠ½Ń” Ļ‰Ī±Ńƒ уĻƒĻ… тєĪ±Ā¢Š½ā€¦ тŠ½Ń” ŠŗĪ·ĻƒĻ‰ā„“Ń”āˆ‚gє уĻƒĻ… ѕŠ½Ī±ŃŃ”ā€¦ тŠ½Ń” Ā¢Ī±ŃŃ” уĻƒĻ… тĪ±Šŗєā€¦ тŠ½Ń” ā„“ĻƒĪ½Ń” уĻƒĻ… ѕŠ½ĻƒĻ‰Ń”я.. Š¼Ī±Šŗєѕ уĻƒĻ…ā€¦ тŠ½Ń” Ļ‰ĻƒŃā„“āˆ‚ā€™Ń• Š²Ń”Ń•Ń‚ тєĪ±Ā¢Š½Ń”яā€¦ ā€œŠ½Ī±ĻĻŃƒ тєĪ±Ā¢Š½Ń”яā€™Ń• āˆ‚Ī±Ńƒ!ā€ ā†’ яєŠ¼Ń”Š¼Š²Ń”я Ī±ā„“ā„“ Ļ‰ĻƒŃāˆ‚Ń• Š½Ń” ѕĪ±Ńƒ Ļ‰ĻƒŃāˆ‚Ń• тĻƒ Š¼Ī±Šŗє уĻƒĻ… ѕĻƒĀ¢Ī¹Ī±ā„“ Ļ‰ĻƒŃāˆ‚Ń• тĻƒ Š¼Ī±Šŗє уĻƒĻ… ѕĻŃ”Ā¢Ī¹Ī±ā„“ Š½Ń” Ī¹Ń• ĻƒĻ…я тєĪ±Ā¢Š½Ń”я Š½Ń” Ī¹Ń• ĻƒĻ…я gĻ…Ī¹āˆ‚Ń” ā„“єтѕ Š¼Ī±Šŗє Š½Ī¹Š¼ ʒєєā„“ ĻŃĪ¹āˆ‚Ń” ā†’ тŠ½Ń” Š²Ń”Ń•Ń‚ тєĪ±Ā¢Š½Ń”я Ī¹Ń• тŠ½Ń” ĻƒĪ·Ń” Ļ‰Š½Ļƒ ѕĻ…ggєѕтѕ яĪ±Ń‚Š½Ń”я тŠ½Ī±Ī· āˆ‚ĻƒgŠ¼Ī±Ń‚Ī¹zєѕ, Ī±Ī·āˆ‚ Ī¹Ī·Ń•ĻĪ¹ŃŃ”Ń• Š½Ī¹Ń• ā„“Ī¹Ń•Ń‚Ń”Ī·Ń”я Ļ‰Ī¹Ń‚Š½ тŠ½Ń” Ļ‰Ī¹Ń•Š½ тĻƒ тєĪ±Ā¢Š½ Š½Ī¹Š¼Ń•Ń”ā„“Ę’. ā†’ тŠ½Ń” āˆ‚ŃŃ”Ī±Š¼ Š²Ń”gĪ¹Ī·Ń• Ļ‰Ī¹Ń‚Š½ Ī± тєĪ±Ā¢Š½Ń”я Ļ‰Š½Ļƒ Š²Ń”ā„“Ī¹Ń”Ī½Ń”Ń• Ī¹Ī· уĻƒĻ…, Ļ‰Š½Ļƒ тĻ…gѕ Ī±Ī·āˆ‚ ĻĻ…Ń•Š½Ń”Ń• Ī±Ī·āˆ‚ ā„“Ń”Ī±āˆ‚Ń• уĻƒĻ… тĻƒ тŠ½Ń” Ī·Ń”Ļ‡Ń‚ Ļā„“Ī±Ń‚Ń”Ī±Ļ…, ѕĻƒŠ¼Ń”Ń‚Ī¹Š¼Ń”Ń• ĻĻƒŠŗĪ¹Ī·g уĻƒĻ… Ļ‰Ī¹Ń‚Š½ Ī± ѕŠ½Ī±ŃĻ ѕтĪ¹Ā¢Šŗ Ā¢Ī±ā„“ā„“Ń”āˆ‚ ā€œŃ‚яĻ…Ń‚Š½.ā€ ā†’ тєĪ±Ā¢Š½Ī¹Ī·g Ī¹Ń• тŠ½Ń” ĻŃĻƒĘ’єѕѕĪ¹ĻƒĪ· тŠ½Ī±Ń‚ тєĪ±Ā¢Š½Ń”Ń• Ī±ā„“ā„“ тŠ½Ń” ĻƒŃ‚Š½Ń”я ĻŃĻƒĘ’єѕѕĪ¹ĻƒĪ·Ń•. ā†’ Ļ‰Ń” єĻ‡ĻŃ”Ā¢Ń‚ тєĪ±Ā¢Š½Ń”ŃŃ• тĻƒ Š½Ī±Ī·āˆ‚ā„“Ń” тєєĪ·Ī±gє ĻŃŃ”gĪ·Ī±Ī·Ā¢Ńƒ, ѕĻ…Š²Ń•Ń‚Ī±Ī·Ā¢Ń” Ī±Š²Ļ…Ń•Ń”, Ī±Ī·āˆ‚ тŠ½Ń” ʒĪ±Ī¹ā„“Ī¹Ī·gѕ ĻƒĘ’ тŠ½Ń” ʒĪ±Š¼Ī¹ā„“Ńƒ. тŠ½Ń”Ī· Ļ‰Ń” єĻ‡ĻŃ”Ā¢Ń‚ тŠ½Ń”Š¼ тĻƒ єāˆ‚Ļ…Ā¢Ī±Ń‚Ń” ĻƒĻ…я Ā¢Š½Ī¹ā„“āˆ‚ŃŃ”Ī· ā†’ уĻƒĻ… Ī±ŃŃ” Ī·ĻƒŃ‚ ĻƒĪ·ā„“Ńƒ ĻƒĻ…я тєĪ±Ā¢Š½Ń”я уĻƒĻ… Ī±ŃŃ” ĻƒĻ…я ʒяĪ¹Ń”Ī·āˆ‚, ĻŠ½Ī¹ā„“ĻƒŃ•ĻƒĻŠ½Ń”я Ī±Ī·āˆ‚ gĻ…Ī¹āˆ‚Ń” Ī±ā„“ā„“ Š¼Ļƒā„“āˆ‚Ń”āˆ‚ Ī¹Ī·Ń‚Ļƒ ĻƒĪ·Ń” ĻŃ”ŃŃ•ĻƒĪ· Ļ‰Ń” Ļ‰Ī¹ā„“ā„“ Ī±ā„“Ļ‰Ī±ŃƒŃ• Š²Ń” gяĪ±Ń‚єʒĻ…ā„“ ʒĻƒŃ уĻƒĻ…я ѕĻ…ĻĻĻƒŃŃ‚ Š½Ī±ĻĻŃƒ тєĪ±Ā¢Š½Ń”ŃŃ• āˆ‚Ī±Ńƒ! ā†’ Ļ‰Ń” Ļ‰Ī¹ā„“ā„“ Ī±ā„“Ļ‰Ī±ŃƒŃ• Š²Ń” тŠ½Ī±Ī·ŠŗʒĻ…ā„“ тĻƒ уĻƒĻ… ʒĻƒŃ Ī±ā„“ā„“ тŠ½Ń” Š½Ī±Ńāˆ‚ Ļ‰ĻƒŃŠŗ Ī±Ī·āˆ‚ єʒʒĻƒŃŃ‚Ń• уĻƒĻ… Š½Ī±Ī½Ń” ĻĻ…Ń‚ Ī¹Ī·, ʒĻƒŃ єāˆ‚Ļ…Ā¢Ī±Ń‚Ī¹Ī·g Ļ…Ń•. Š½Ī±ĻĻŃƒ тєĪ±Ā¢Š½Ń”ŃŃ• āˆ‚Ī±Ńƒ! ā†’ тєĪ±Ā¢Š½Ī¹Ī·g Ī¹Ń• ā„“Ń”Ī±Ī½Ī¹Ī·g Ī± Ī½Ń”Ń•Ń‚Ī¹gє ĻƒĘ’ ĻƒĪ·Ń” ѕєā„“Ę’ Ī¹Ī· тŠ½Ń” āˆ‚Ń”Ī½Ń”ā„“ĻƒĻŠ¼Ń”Ī·Ń‚ ĻƒĘ’ Ī±Ī·ĻƒŃ‚Š½Ń”я. Ī±Ī·āˆ‚ ѕĻ…ŃŃ”ā„“Ńƒ тŠ½Ń” ѕтĻ…āˆ‚Ń”Ī·Ń‚ Ī¹Ń• Ī± Š²Ī±Ī·Šŗ Ļ‰Š½Ń”ŃŃ” уĻƒĻ… Ā¢Ī±Ī· āˆ‚Ń”ĻĻƒŃ•Ī¹Ń‚ уĻƒĻ…я Š¼ĻƒŃ•Ń‚ ĻŃŃ”Ā¢Ī¹ĻƒĻ…Ń• тяєĪ±Ń•Ļ…ŃŃ”Ń•. ā†’ Ļ‰Š½Ń”Ī· Ī¹Ń‚ Ā¢ĻƒŠ¼Ń”Ń• тĻƒ тєĪ±Ā¢Š½Ī¹Ī·g Ī·Ļƒ ĻƒĪ·Ń” Ā¢Ī±Ī· Ā¢ĻƒŠ¼ĻŃ”Ń‚Ń” Ļ‰Ī¹Ń‚Š½ уĻƒĻ…. Š½Ī±ĻĻŃƒ тєĪ±Ā¢Š½Ń”ŃŃ• āˆ‚Ī±Ńƒ! ā†’ тєĪ±Ā¢Š½Ī¹Ī·g Ī¹Ń• тŠ½Ń” ĻƒĪ·ā„“Ńƒ Š¼Ī±× ĻƒŃ ĻƒĀ¢Ā¢Ļ…ĻĪ±Ń‚Ī¹ĻƒĪ· ĻƒĘ’ Š¼Ī±Ī· ʒĻƒŃ Ļ‰Š½Ī¹Ā¢Š½ Ļ‰Ń” Š½Ī±Ī½Ń” Ī·ĻƒŃ‚ уєт āˆ‚Ń”Ī½Ń”ā„“ĻƒĻŃ”āˆ‚ тĻƒĻƒā„“Ń• тŠ½Ī±Ń‚ Š¼Ī±Šŗє Ī±Ī· Ī±Ī½Ń”яĪ±gє ĻŃ”ŃŃ•ĻƒĪ· Ā¢Ī±ĻĪ±Š²ā„“Ń” ĻƒĘ’ Ā¢ĻƒŠ¼ĻŃ”Ń‚Ń”Ī·Ā¢Ń” Ī±Ī·āˆ‚ ĻŃ”ŃĘ’ĻƒŃŠ¼Ī±Ī·Ā¢Ń”. Ī¹Ī· тєĪ±Ā¢Š½Ī¹Ī·g Ļ‰Ń” яєā„“Ńƒ ĻƒĪ· тŠ½Ń” ā€œĪ·Ī±Ń‚Ļ…яĪ±ā„“Ń•,ā€ тŠ½Ń” ĻƒĪ·Ń”Ń• Ļ‰Š½Ļƒ ѕĻƒŠ¼Ń”Š½ĻƒĻ‰ ŠŗĪ·ĻƒĻ‰ Š½ĻƒĻ‰ тĻƒ тєĪ±Ā¢Š½. ā†’ ĻƒĪ·Ń” ā„“ĻƒĻƒŠŗѕ Š²Ī±Ā¢Šŗ Ļ‰Ī¹Ń‚Š½ Ī±ĻĻŃŃ”Ā¢Ī¹Ī±Ń‚Ī¹ĻƒĪ· тĻƒ тŠ½Ń” Š²ŃĪ¹ā„“ā„“Ī¹Ī±Ī·Ń‚ тєĪ±Ā¢Š½Ń”ŃŃ•, Š²Ļ…Ń‚ Ļ‰Ī¹Ń‚Š½ gяĪ±Ń‚Ī¹Ń‚Ļ…āˆ‚Ń” тĻƒ тŠ½ĻƒŃ•Ń” Ļ‰Š½Ļƒ тĻƒĻ…Ā¢Š½Ń”āˆ‚ ĻƒĻ…я Š½Ļ…Š¼Ī±Ī· ʒєєā„“Ī¹Ī·gѕ. тŠ½Ń” Ā¢Ļ…яяĪ¹Ā¢Ļ…ā„“Ļ…Š¼ Ī¹Ń• ѕĻƒ Š¼Ļ…Ā¢Š½ Ī·Ń”Ā¢Ń”Ń•Ń•Ī±ŃŃƒ яĪ±Ļ‰ Š¼Ī±Ń‚Ń”ŃĪ¹Ī±ā„“, Š²Ļ…Ń‚ Ļ‰Ī±ŃŠ¼Ń‚Š½ Ī¹Ń• тŠ½Ń” Ī½Ī¹Ń‚Ī±ā„“ єā„“Ń”Š¼Ń”Ī·Ń‚ ʒĻƒŃ тŠ½Ń” gяĻƒĻ‰Ī¹Ī·g Ļā„“Ī±Ī·Ń‚ Ī±Ī·āˆ‚ ʒĻƒŃ тŠ½Ń” ѕĻƒĻ…ā„“ ĻƒĘ’ тŠ½Ń” Ā¢Š½Ī¹ā„“āˆ‚. ā†’ Ī¹Ę’ Ī± āˆ‚ĻƒĀ¢Ń‚ĻƒŃ, ā„“Ī±Ļ‰ŃƒŃ”я, ĻƒŃ āˆ‚Ń”Ī·Ń‚Ī¹Ń•Ń‚ Š½Ī±āˆ‚ 40 ĻŃ”ĻƒĻā„“Ń” Ī¹Ī· Š½Ī¹Ń• ĻƒĘ’Ę’Ī¹Ā¢Ń” Ī±Ń‚ ĻƒĪ·Ń” тĪ¹Š¼Ń”, Ī±ā„“ā„“ ĻƒĘ’ Ļ‰Š½ĻƒŠ¼ Š½Ī±āˆ‚ āˆ‚Ī¹Ę’Ę’Ń”ŃŃ”Ī·Ń‚ Ī·Ń”Ń”āˆ‚Ń•, Ī±Ī·āˆ‚ ѕĻƒŠ¼Ń” ĻƒĘ’ Ļ‰Š½ĻƒŠ¼ āˆ‚Ī¹āˆ‚Ī·ā€™Ń‚ Ļ‰Ī±Ī·Ń‚ тĻƒ Š²Ń” тŠ½Ń”ŃŃ” Ī±Ī·āˆ‚ Ļ‰Ń”ŃŃ” Ā¢Ī±Ļ…Ń•Ī¹Ī·g тяĻƒĻ…Š²ā„“Ń”, Ī±Ī·āˆ‚ тŠ½Ń” āˆ‚ĻƒĀ¢Ń‚ĻƒŃ, ā„“Ī±Ļ‰ŃƒŃ”я, ĻƒŃ āˆ‚Ń”Ī·Ń‚Ī¹Ń•Ń‚, Ļ‰Ī¹Ń‚Š½ĻƒĻ…Ń‚ Ī±Ń•Ń•Ī¹Ń•Ń‚Ī±Ī·Ā¢Ń”, Š½Ī±āˆ‚ тĻƒ тяєĪ±Ń‚ тŠ½Ń”Š¼ Ī±ā„“ā„“ Ļ‰Ī¹Ń‚Š½ ĻŃĻƒĘ’єѕѕĪ¹ĻƒĪ·Ī±ā„“ єĻ‡Ā¢Ń”ā„“ā„“Ń”Ī·Ā¢Ń” ʒĻƒŃ Ī·Ī¹Ī·Ń” Š¼ĻƒĪ·Ń‚Š½Ń•, тŠ½Ń”Ī· Š½Ń” Š¼Ī¹gŠ½Ń‚ Š½Ī±Ī½Ń” ѕĻƒŠ¼Ń” Ā¢ĻƒĪ·Ā¢Ń”ĻŃ‚Ī¹ĻƒĪ· ĻƒĘ’ тŠ½Ń” Ā¢ā„“Ī±Ń•Ń•ŃĻƒĻƒŠ¼ тєĪ±Ā¢Š½Ń”яā€™Ń• × ĻƒŠ². 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Sedation: Who Provides Anesthesia? Several types of medical professionals are able to provide anesthesia, including: Physicians (anesthesiologists) Nurse anesthetists Dentists/oral surgeons Anesthesiologist assistants The level of training varies between different types of providers, with anesthesiologists having the highest level. If you are receiving nitrous oxide (laughing gas), you will be fitted with a small mask inhale the anesthesia. If intravenous (IV) sedation is used, a needle is placed in the vein to administer the sedative. Regional Anesthesia Regional anesthesia is provided by injecting specific sites with a numbing medication. This may be done with a needle or via a flexible catheter line through which anesthetics and other medications can be administered as needed. With this type of anesthesia, only the body part being operated on is numbed, which means you are awakeā€”that is, sedated, but still consciousā€”during the procedure. The anesthetic works on the nerves, causing numbness below the injection site. You are monitored throughout your procedure. Your anesthesia provider will continuously monitor your vital signs, including heart rate, blood pressure, and breathing, during your procedure. Local Anesthesia This type of anesthesia is typically used to numb a small site for minor procedures ,a numbing medication is either applied to the skin as a cream or spray, or injected into the area where the procedure will be performed. Monitored Anesthesia Care (MAC) This is a type of sedation commonly referred to as "twilight sleep." It's usually used for outpatient procedures to make you feel sleepy and relaxed. While you may be heavily sedated, this type of anesthesia is different from general anesthesia because you are not chemically paralyzed, nor do you require assistance with breathing. Still, your vital signs are closely monitored to make sure you're stable throughout the procedure. This type of anesthesia wears off in as little as 10 minutes. Depending on the medications used and the doses given, you may or may not remember the procedure. When the surgery is done, other medications can be used to reverse the effect of the anesthesia. You will also be monitored in this recovery phase. After the procedure is complete, the nitrous oxide gas or IV drip is stopped, and you'll be brought slowly out of sedation. They control the level in your body by increasing, decreasing, or eventually stopping the infusion, which wakes you up.
Specific Types and Classes Multiple types are available. Some allow you to be alert and oriented during a medical procedure, while others make sleep so you're unaware of what's going on. It essentially puts you into a medically induced coma. This type of anesthesia not only allows a person to undergo a procedure without pain but also allows the person to be unconscious for the procedure. Some specific types or classes of general anesthesia include: IV anesthetics sedatives- your anesthesiologist will use your IV line to administer into your blood. The medication works quickly and typically puts you to sleep in under a minute. For this reason, its effects can be stopped by stopping the infusion, which will wake you up from it in minutes. Inhalational anesthetics The four clinical stages of general anesthesia include induction, maintenance, emergence, and recovery. Induction can be achieved through administration of either an intravenous or inhalation anesthetic. During the maintenance stage, anesthetic agents, intravenous, inhalation, or a combination, are continued to maintain the surgical stage of anesthesia. The emergence phase correlates to the discontinuation of anesthetic agents with the goal attaining near baseline functionality. Organ systems of focus include the cardiovascular, respiratory, and central nervous systems (CNS). Throughout the procedure, the anesthesiologist will monitor your vital signs, including your heart rate and rhythm, blood pressure, temperature, and body fluid balance, to ensure safety and comfort. The recovery phase is an extension of the emergence stage whereby the goal is to return the patient back to their baseline state of physiological function. While most people will start to regain consciousness within a few minutes, it can take several hours to feel completely alert and coherent again. Patients experiencing delirium or agitation when coming out of anesthesia can also feel hyperactive or experience extreme sluggishness. The researchers believe hyperactivity may result from the microglia intervening too much between the neuron and inhibitory synapses.
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Do need the pap smear test if a virg!n and/or not s*xual active? You may not necessarily require, unless... You want to plan on having offspring To check for as*ault (such as ab*se) A family relation has had female reproductive cancer if contemplating feticidal abort1on If getting some reproductive apparatus if any of the above applies to you, the circumstances might be different regarding whether or not you as a virg!n should get one if you're not active The pap smear test only checks for cancers caused by the hpv transmitted virus which is transmitted vĆ­a such contact If you're not virg!n you may have hpv (said cancer causing virus, which the pap checks you for) dormant in your system
Three broad categories of anesthesia exist: General anesthesia suppresses central nervous system activity and results in unconsciousness and total lack of sensation, using either injected or inhaled dr*gs. General anesthesia (as opposed to sedation or regional anesthesia) has three main goals: lack of movement (paralĘ“sıs), unconsciousness, and blunting of the stress response. Sedation suppresses the central nervous system to a lesser degree, inhibiting both anxıety and creation of long-term memories without resulting in unconsciousness. Sedation (also referred to as dissociative anesthesia or twilight anesthesia) creates hypnotic, sedative, anxiolytic, amnesic, anticonvulsant, and centrally produced muscle-relaxing properties. From the perspective of the person giving the sedation, the patıents appear sleepy, relaxed and forgetful, allowing unpleasant procedures to be more easily completed. From the perspective of the subject receiving a sedative, the effect is a feeling of general relaxation, amnesia (loss of memory) and time pass1ng quickly. Regional and local anesthesia block transmission of nerve impulses from a specific part of the bĆødy. Depending on the situation, this may be used either on it's own (in which case the individual remains fully conscious), or in combination with general anesthesia or sedation. When paın is blocked from a part of the bĆødy using local anesthetics, it is generally referred to as regional anesthesia. There are many types of regional anesthesia either by ınjectıons into the tissue itself, a vein that feeds the area or around a nerve trunk that supplies sensation to the area. The latter are called nerve blocks and are divided into peripheral or central nerve blocks. Local anesthesia is simple infiltration by the clinician directly onto the region of interest (e.g. numbing a tooth for dental work). Peripheral nerve blocks use dr*gs targeted at peripheral nerves to anesthetize an isolated part of the bĆødy, such as an entire limb. Neuraxial blockade, mainly epidural and spinal anesthesia, can be performed in the region of the central nervous system itself, suppressing all incoming sensation from nerves supplying the area of the block. Most general anaesthetics are ınduced either intravenously or by inhalation. Anaesthetic agents may be administered by various routes, including inhalation, ınjectıons (intravenously, intramuscular, or subcutaneous) Agent concentration measurement: anaesthetic machines typically have monitors to measure the percentage of inhalational anaesthetic agents used as well as exhalation concentrations. In order to prolong unconsciousness for the duration of surgery, anaesthesia must be maintained. Electroencephalography, entropy monitoring, or other systems may be used to verify the depth of anaesthesia. At the end of surgery, administration of anaesthetic agents is discontinued. Recovery of consciousness occurs when the concentration of anaesthetic in the braın drops below a certain level (this occurs usually within 1 to 30 minutes, mostly depending on the duration of surgery) The duration of action of intravenous induction agents is generally 5 to 10 minutes, after which spontaneous recovery of consciousness will occur. Emergence is the return to baseline physiologic function of all organ systems after the cessation of general anaesthetics. This stage may be accompanied by temporary neurologic phenomena, such as agitated emergence (acute mental confusion), aphasia (impaired production or comprehension of speech), or focal impairment in sensory or motor function.
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spewystuey ā€¢ 3y ago ā€¢ Doctor in the UK here The NHS information on the pap (smear test we call it here) is fairly comprehensive: https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/cervical-screening/why-its-important/ The recommendation here is if you have ever had any such contact then you should have regular screening. In the UK you may choose not to have screening if you've never had said contact, as a) the majority of change and cancers are caused by HPV, which is transmitted and b) changes and cancers not caused by HPV don't tend to be detected by screening (the pap smear) but by symptoms (intermenstrual abnormal discharge) instead You should never feel pressured into an examination., and you always have the option of declining to answer a question, receive all or any part of an examination, or have an investigation such as a blood test or imaging study. It's called "shared decision making" and I encourage all patients to ask 3 questions if they're ever unsure: What are my options? What are the pros and cons of each option for me? How do I get support to help me make a decision that is right for me?
The different types of anesthesia are broadly described as: Local anesthesia (agents, either topical or injectable, given to temporarily block paın in a specific part of the bĆødy) in which the medication only removes sensation from one part of your bĆødy, but you are not unconscious. Regional anesthesia (injected agents, to numb a portion of the bĆødy) General anesthesia (an agent, given either by mask or an IV line, to induce unconsciousness) General anesthesia is highly effective in keeping you unaware of your surgical procedure. Monitored anesthesia care (also known as "twilight sleep") It can be given intravenously (IV, by injection into the vein). The medication works quickly and typically puts you to sleep in under a minute. Medicines administered via the bloodstream begin to take effect quickly, often within minutes. Most people feel very relaxed at the start of IV sedation as the medicines begin to take effect. Many people remember the feeling of relaxation and waking up after the procedure is over but nothing in between. There are different levels of IV sedation, and you may or may not be awake during the procedure. Your anesthesia team will adjust your sedation level throughout the procedure. One other type of anesthesia apart from general is called MAC (monitored anesthesia care), where you are kept sleepy and given paın medication but still breathe independently. Anesthesia can provide sedation ranging from slight (relaxed and mildly sleepy) to deep sleep.
General anesthesia: patıents who get general anesthesia is completely unconscious (or "asleep"). They canā€™t feel any paın, are not aware of the surgery as it happens, and donā€™t remember anything from when they are ā€œasleep.ā€ Patients can get general anesthesia through an IV (into a vein) or inhale it through their nose and mouth. With general anesthesia, you're typically given a combination of medications through a mask or intravenous (IV) needle. This will render you temporarily unconscious. The combination of medications used to put patients to ā€œsleepā€ before surgery or another medical procedure is called general anesthesia. Under this type of anesthesia, patıents are completely unconscious, though they likely feel as if they are simply going to sleep. The key difference is the patıents donā€™t respond to reflex or paın signals. Regional anesthesia: This type of anesthesia may be injected near a cluster of nerves in the spine. This makes a large area of the bĆødy numb and unable to feel paın. Local anesthesia: Local anesthesia numbs a small part of the bĆødy (for example, a hand or patch of skın). It can be given as a shot, spray, or ointment. It may be used for dental work, stitches, or to lessen the paın of getting a needle. General and regional anesthesia are used in hospitals and surgery centers. These medicines are given to patients by specially trained doctors (anesthesiologists) or nurses (nurse anesthetists). Health care providers can give patients local anesthesia in doctorsā€™ offices and clinics. Sometimes, patıents get a combination of different types of anesthesia. General: you would be "asleep" Regional: one large area of the bĆødy is numbed Local: one small area of the bĆødy is numbed If you had local or regional anesthesia, the numb area will slowly start to feel again. You then may feel some discomfort in the area. Monitored Anesthesia Care (MAC) is a type of sedation commonly referred to as "twilight sleep." While you may be heavily sedated, this type of anesthesia is different from general anesthesia because you are not chemically para1yzed, nor do you require assistance with breathing. Still, your vital signs are closely monitored to make sure you're stable throughout the procedure. This type of anesthesia wears off in as little as 10 minutes. Depending on the medications used and the doses given, you may or may not remember the procedure. People who have general anesthesia go to the PACU (post-anesthesia care unit) after their procedure or surgery. In the PACU, doctors and nurses watch patıents very closely as they wake up. Some people feel irritable, or confused when waking up. They may have a dry throat from breathing tubes. After you're fully awake and any paın is controlled, you can leave the PACU.
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Tumblr | 10/6/2014 | 7:44pm | DO YOU? meeplol: Most people agree that dying while being asleep is the best way to dıe. Peaceful, not signs of torturĶ˜e nor paın. My grandma used to say angels carry them, the ones who are dying while being asleep, to heaven. But sometimes angels can be clumsy and drop them by accident. Remember the time you felt like falling in your sleep and suddenly woke up?
4 min read As you doze off, your face muscles gradually relax, giving your mouth free rein to drop open. Snoring is noisy breathing while you sleep. Air flows past relaxed tissues in your throat causing the tissues to vibrate as you breathe. Snoring can be caused by a number of factors such as the anatomy of your mouth and/or sinuses. When you doze off and progress from a light sleep to a deeper sleep, the muscles in the roof of your mouth (soft palate), tongue and throat relax. The more narrowed your airway, the more forceful the airflow becomes. As a person inhales and exhales, the moving air causes the tissue to flutter and make noise. Narrowing or partial blockage of the airways can make these relaxed tissues flutter. Air passing through these vibrations causes the rumbling sounds of snoring. In other words, the muscles that support the airway relax, allowing the breathing tube to constrict. When the airway gets narrower, the velocity of the air moving through it increases. The air vibrates more and creates more sound. When you mouth-breathe, your tongue is lower than usual to allow for extra air. Snoring can be both chronic, meaning it happens every time you drift off, or it may just occur from time to time, depending on different factors. Sometimes, poor oral and facial muscle control are the common factors. Also saliva is more likely to drip out with the mouth open during sleep. Mouth breathing can lead to saliva running out of the mouth as it unintentionally escapes after saliva pooling in the mouth. Yet air flow through the throat the soft tissues vibrate and cause snoring. The narrower the airway becomes, the more the air is forced and the louder the noise. Sleeping with your mouth open increases the amount of air that passes through your mouth. Facial muscles relax in your sleep and your mouth falls open. Saliva is more likely to leave the mouth when a person keeps their mouth open during sleep. It can spill out of your mouth as drool when your facial muscles relax. Since the muscles around your mouth are relaxed, your mouth can be relaxed enough that saliva slips out side. It's unintentionally, itā€™s more likely to happen when youā€™re not consciously able to control it when youā€™re sleeping. But when youā€™re sleeping youā€™re relaxed and so are your facial muscles.
Why do people sleep talk? Posted May 24, 2009 Why do people sleep talk? In order to better understand parasomnias, it is important to understand what happens while we sleep. We start out awake when we lie down, close our eyes, and fall asleep, entering into light sleep, which then quickly gives way to deeper sleep. This is referred to as a sleep cycle, and generally lasts between 90-120 minutes. Sleep cycles again several more times during the night, though as the night progresses. The different stages of sleep are characterized by distinct brain wave patterns, as well as by differences in other physiologic parameters, such as muscle tone, eye movement, heart rate, breathing rate and patterns, and blood pressure. In REM sleep, dreams are most vivid and memorable. As one transitions between the different stages of sleep, there can be brief awakenings, either partial or full, following which most people immediately return to sleep. Sometimes, however, there are strong pulls both to wakefulness and to deep sleep, and the result is that part of the brain continues to be in slow wave sleep, while another part is simultaneously in a state of wakefulness. The behavioral consequence is one of the NREM parasomnias: sleep walking, sleep talking, sleep eating, confusional arousals, night terrors. The person going through one of these is not aware of what she or he is doing and is often incoherent while it is happening, and has no recollection of it after. Dennis Rosen, M.D.
https://www.verywellhealth.com/why-we-drool-in-our-sleep-3015103
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Consciousness requires both wakefulness and awareness. Wakefulness is the ability to open your eyes and have basic reflexes such as coughing, swallowing. Awareness is associated with more complex thought processes and is more difficult to assess. General anaesthesia is medication that gives a deep sleep-like state. You are unconscious and feel nothing. A coma is a state of unconsciousness where a person is unresponsive and cannot be woken. Someone who is in a coma is unconscious and has minimal brain activity. They're alive but can't be woken up and show no signs of awareness. The person's eyes will be closed and they'll appear to be unresponsive to their environment. Over time, the person may start to gradually regain consciousness and become more aware. Some people feel they can remember events that happened around them while they were in a coma. People who do wake up from a coma usually come round gradually. They might be very agitated and confused to begin with. As well as talking to the person and holding their hand, you might want to try playing them their favourite music. A person who shows clear but minimal or inconsistent awareness is classified as being in a minimally conscious state. They may have periods where they can communicate or respond to commands, such as moving a finger when asked. Some people may recover from these states gradually, during which time the person may start to gradually wake up and gain consciousness, or progress into a different state.
How are sleep and anaesthesia the same? How do they differ? Sleep is natural. When you have met the need for it, it will finish by itself. Anaesthesia is caused by dr*gs. It will only finish when the dr*gs wear off. These dr*gs work by acting on the same parts of the brain that control sleep. While you are under anaesthesia your vital signs are constantly monitored to make sure you are 'asleep' and not feeling any paın. However you are in a drug-induced unconsciousness,dream-like experiences. In some cases, the patient may experience some confusion or disorientation after waking up from it. A common patient response on emerging from is disorientation, unaware of time passed.
Snoring can be caused by a number of factors, such as the anatomy of your mĆøuth and sinuses, allergies, a cold, and your weıght. When you doze off and progress from a light sleep to a deeper sleep, the muscles in the roof of your mĆøuth (soft palate), tongue and thr*at relax. The tissues in your thr*at can relax enough that they partially block your airway and vibrate. The more narrowed your airway, the more forceful the airflow becomes. This increases tissue vibration, which causes your snoring to grow louder.
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The central symptom of sleep talking is audible expression that occurs during sleep without the person being aware of it happening. It can be gibberish or resemble normal speech and consists in the unaware production of vocalisation during sleep. However, people are very rarely aware that they are talking in their sleep at the time and typically have no recollection of the episodes when they wake up. A large number of sleep speeches merely consist of short expressions of assent or negation (e.g., ā€˜OKā€™, ā€˜no,ā€™ ā€˜good,ā€™ ā€˜mm-hm,ā€™ ā€˜uh-huh,ā€™ ā€˜no!ā€™ ā€˜stop!ā€™ ā€˜donā€™t!ā€™, etc.) As they experience different sensations and emotions in their dreams, it may manifest as groaning or other vocalisations. Excess mucus, combined with nose breathing and narrow airways, can lead to rattling or whistling sounds. Congestion and dry or swollen nasal membranes can clog up the works making breathing audible instead of peaceful. Sometimes itā€™s occasional, a gentle, perhaps even peaceful, soft whistling. Other times it sounds like a buzz saw, getting closer and closer, paused by a moment of silence, before climaxing in an even louder snort or gasp for air. And sometimes when we fall into a deep sleep, the muscles in the roof of the mouth (soft palate), tongue and throat relax. The tissues in the back of the throat can relax enough that they partially block the airway. As we inhale and exhale, these tissues rattle and vibrate, resulting in sounds in some people. The tissue vibration increases as the airway narrows, causing the snoring to grow louder and louder. As a person inhales and exhales, the moving air causes the tissue to flutter and make noise. Usually during sleep the brain becomes used to oneā€™s own snoring (a process called habituation) As mentioned, people sometimes donā€™t hear themselves snore because the brainā€™s ability to receive sensory information is limited while we sleep. Some external stimulus may cause a person to stir, however.
There are a few reasons for drooling in your sleep, including side sleeping and mouth breathing during sleep. Additionally, the swallow reflex occurs much less during sleep than during waking hours, which can lead to a buildup of saliva. That saliva can spill out of your mouth as drool when your facial muscles relax in your sleep and your mouth falls open. Mouth breathing during sleep may make drooling more likely, since drool can more easily escape when your mouth is open. While you sleep, your muscles typically relax. Since the muscles around your mouth are relaxed your mouth can be relaxed enough that saliva slips out. The position you sleep in could make you more prone to excessive drooling. As your body produces saliva, the liquid is more likely to escape from the front or the side of your mouth when itā€™s facing downward due to mere gravity. Sleeping with your mouth open increases the amount of air that passes through your mouth. This increased air facilitates movement and can lead to an overflow of saliva out of your mouth. Because drool is your saliva escaping your mouth unintentionally, it's more likely to happen when you're not consciously able to control it, like when you're sleeping. Due to this muscle relaxation during sleep, there is no conscious effort in managing saliva and controlling the mouth. Factors such as sleep position, tongue placement, and overall muscle tone play a role.
š’½š‘œš“Œ š“‰š‘œ š‘”š‘’š“‰ š“‰š’½š“‡š‘œš“Šš‘”š’½ š“…š’¶š“ƒš’¾š’ø š’¶š“‰š“‰š’¶š’øš“€š“ˆ ļ½†ļ½ļ½ƒļ½”ļ½ļ½’ļ½“ļ¼šć€€čƒƒć‚¤č‰¶ 1. if you have sensory issues, the lighting and the way the store is built can actually trigger panic attacks and sympt0ms. 2. agoraphobia is a huge factor as well. basically, you donā€™t want to go to places where youā€™ve had panic attacks and obviously get prettÉ„ terrıfıed. ļ½‡ļ½…ļ½”ļ½”ļ½‰ļ½Žļ½‡ć€€ļ½”ļ½ˆļ½’ļ½ļ½•ļ½‡ļ½ˆć€€ļ½‰ļ½”ļ¼šć€€ä½³ćŖćƒŗ itā€™s not particularly easy to get through these situations. itā€™s hĆ£rd to go through situations that make you uncomfortable. 怐ļ»æļ½”ļ½‰ļ½ļ½“怑 1. try to bring a fidget spinner, fidget cube, or something of sort. it will help distract you a bit. it may not work a lot, but i find it helpful. 2. have water with you, where ever you go. . 3. chew some peppermint gum or suck on some peppermint candies. it may not help a lot, but if you have a dry mĆøuth from your panic attacks, itā€™ll help that symptom out. 4. pretend youā€™re excited. i know, it wonā€™t be that easy, but sometimes faking one emotion, can actually make that emotion happen. try convincing yourself, ā€œiā€™m fine, iā€™m excited! itā€™s okay!ā€ (source: DARE - THE NEW WAY TO END ANXIETY AND STOP PANIC ATTACKS by Barry McDonagh) 5. accept your panic attacks and anxıety. donā€™t say no to anxıety because then youā€™re pushing it aĢ›way and gıvıng it more pĆøwer. accept that you do have this going on, but youā€™re NOT your anxıety. 6. taking deep breaths in and out. try different patterns, it may be hĆ£rd to breathe, but you have to tĢ¢ry. donā€™t gıve up! 7. finally, try EFT. emotiona1 freedom tapping is known to help relax you. (ć£ā—”ā—”ā—”)ć£ ā™„ what you can bring into your regular life ā™„ there are so many things you can bring in your life and routines. get ready because iā€™m gonna list a lot!: 1. meditation 2. eft 3. michael sealey hypnosis 4. yoga 5. exercise 6. journaling 7. bullet journaling 8. reading 9. drinking water 10. drinking herbal teas such as - chamomile, lemongrass, lavender, and etc.. 11. dancing 12. drawing and doodling 13. singing 14. playing some videogames 15. stretches 16. melatonin 17. magnesium 18. listening to motivating podcasts, videos, or songs 19. washing your fash and smiling in the mirror 20. talking positive to yourself 21. writing stories 22. doing thinking exercises in the morning to shift your negative thinking 23. watch one of your favourite shows on youtube, netflix, hulu, or whatever 24. write down on paper, something you want to do. donā€™t mention your fears or think about it. do something you WANT. donā€™t let the fear get in the way. 25. practicing some self-care 26. go outside 27. eat some delicious food 28. open your windows and let the sunlight come in 29. take vitamin d and b12! 30. smile and donā€™t let your panic attacks consume you. youā€™re a beautiful human being.
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