To admit that there’s something going on doesn’t mean you’re weak

It’s been such a long time since I wrote here. To be honest mainly because I’ve been out of the country and the past month I’ve been so busy with university and the Students’ Association. I’m back in business, if I may say that.

But what happened to me last year? Well, in the next couple of posts I will be explaining what happened to me, in a more indirect way, so whoever reads this, understands that having a breakdown, admitting that there’s something going on, doesn’t necessarily mean you’re a weak person. Matter of fact, it means you’re strong enough to admit that you’re a human too.

I know it’s hard to say ‘I’m not okay and I have to do something about it’. But the moment you will do so, things will become easier. Only then you will be open to change. Only then you will accept that you need help and as scary as it may sound, sometimes you need professional help. However, this is according to your personality. The stronger you are, the less professional help you need.

Thankfully I got over it by being close to my family and friends and last summer really helped me. I’ve been away the whole summer holiday from the 12th June to the 21st September.. having therefore the time to recharge my batteries. & here I am baby! Ready for another year! My last year of university.

But more details you will find out in the next post.

Stay tuned! Thanks for reading & God bless!

Gaza Under Attack – Pray For Gaza

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Read more about what’s going on in Palestine! Be up to date with what Israel is doing to those innocent people. They’re bombing houses. They’re killing children and women. This isn’t a war, this is genocide!

Raise the awareness! Let the world know the truth!

Help needed

Hey guys,

Mum’s having her own podiatry centre and we need to find the proper name for it. Can you please click on the link and choose the option you like the most? Thanks a lot!

Ps. Kuwait because the centre is there.
Ps 2. European because, well.. it is European.
Ps 3. Every time someone called the hospital where mum worked, they asked if that’s ‘Iulia’s Clinic’ so mum thought it would be attractive and easy to remember for the patients.

http://goo.gl/T9kXaz

Thank youuuuu! :)

An untold story

Went through my newsfeed on Facebook and saw something. That something made me tear up. It broke me.

How can such things happen in the 21st century? How can such things happen and no one tries to stop them? Where the hell is humanity? Where’s the UN? What is the international community doing? Why are they closing their eyes on these poor people?

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What if these things happened to you? To your children? To your family? How can you stay quiet?

I stand with Syria for a #FreeSyria

Official SYRIA سوريا (RESTORE) HAPPY – Pharrell Williams

This is such a beautiful #happyclip. It literally gave me goosebumps.
Let’s all restore happiness in Syria. Those children deserve it. They haven’t done anything bad, they’re innocent. Pray for Syria. God bless Syria.

Spread the word about Syria!

Turkish Ambassador commemorates Mavi Marmara victims in Gaza

Alexandra:

Beautiful.. Free Palestine!

Originally posted on Today In Gaza:

Gaza Seaport today
Gaza Seaport today

Turkey and Palestinians stood together today to honour the ten Turks murdered by Israel aboard the Mavi Marmara aid ship headed for Gaza four years ago.

On the same day the Palestinian unity government is to be announced, Gaza-based Palestinian NGO House of Wisdom brought all factions together with Turkish Ambassador Mustafa Sarnic and Turkish aid agency IHH, owners of the Mavi Marmara, in a show of not only Palestinian, but Ummah unity.

The commemorative events began at Gaza seaport beneath the memorial erected in honour of Cengiz Akyüz (42), Ali Haydar Bengi (39), İbrahim Bilgen (61), Furkan Doğan (18), Cevdet Kılıçlar (38), Cengiz Songür (47), Çetin Topçuoğlu (54), Fahri Yaldız (43), Necdet Yıldırım (32) and Ugur Süleyman Söylemez, who died from his injuries this week aged 51.

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