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From Infamous to Glorious
By Marlene M. Espinoza
As the economic hardship accelerates in America, the growth of single mothers continues to rise. Not only has it ascended in the U.S., but in other countries, as well.
As stated by www.vice.com., in Brazil single-parent households led by women are just as common as the "traditional" nuclear family.
In fact, The Institute For Applied Economic Research (IPEA) claims that almost 28 million homes were run by women in 2014. Therefore, single mothers are "the breadwinners for 40 percent of all families in the country." Now, mothers must raise their children alone and assume the responsibility of two parents.
According to CNN.com., 81% of single parent homes are headed by a mom.
There is a definite amount of "over 11 million parents," who are compelled to assume the duties of both mom and dad. Although single mothers have stepped up and responded to their obligations, they are still challenged by numerous "prejudices, doubts, and daily chsllenges."
In today's society, it is difficult for a single mother to be accepted and recognized. Many have labeled us as"gold-diggers" and "uneducated." Single mothers come from all walks of life. We are not seeking pity, or sympathy. Our task should be recognized as a contribution to society.The role of mom and dad is not a burden. It is an honor. In fact, it is rewarding.
As a single mother, myself, I have raised 4 sons. However, society can manipulate us to believe that our job is shameful and degrading.
But, we have already proven to the world that we are definitely beyond demeaning. Our households are similar to the average family. The only thing that distinguishes ua is our role.
It is a blessing for a child to grow up in a home with both parents. But, it is an honor for a child to have a mother, who is willing to sacrifice twice as much.
A Pandemic Disorder
During this calamitous period, the world is forced to live in isolation, due to the Corona virus. Not only has this epidemic attacking millions physically, but mentally. Just when we all thought seclusion would be our best defense, another crisis arises and hits home. Although it is not contagious, it is a result of this universal panic; the aftermath of terror; Anxiety.
As stated in www.womenshealth.gov., anxiety is a normal response to stress. It has been found to affect our daily life. In fact, women are known to be more susceptible than men to get anxiety. Nearly 1 in 5 adults in the U.S. are affected.
Anxiety can also create feelings of alarm, nervousness, worry, or fear. In addition to what it can convey to the body, it is genetic.
According to www.childrenshospital.org., two important neurotransmitters in our brains, Serotonin and Dopamine, can distribute depression. In fact, researchers discovered that some parts of the brain are linked to fear and anxiety. However, many people have mistaken anxiety for a mental disorder. Since it is not caused by mental health, there is no need to think that you are going crazy.
Anxiety can be both beneficial and a threat to our health. Although it can help prepare us for the next disaster, it can restrict our physical and mental being. When there is no need to be frightened, we can be attacked severely with terror.
Even though we have been ordered to stay six feet away from other people, it still does not guarantee an end to this scare.
As we continue to agonize over the safety of our children it is possible for anxiety to worsen. Now, abiding with alarm and panic is mandatory for children.
Kidshealth.org., clearly states that growing up in a family, where others are fearful, or anxious can teach a child to be afraid too. Also,a child can experience certain phobias, which cause intensive fright.
Separation Anxiety Disorder, a fear of a separation from parents or others with parental roles can develop.
Because anxiety can be learned, insecure parents can be a threat to their children and home.
Anxiety can be misinterpreted as being a mood, rather than a feeling. Its symptoms can be anything from diarrhea, sleeplessness, and difficulty focusing. This has caused many parents to neglect the warning signs. Without treatment, anxiety can worsen. Since it is comorbid, it can give a child depression.
Many schools across the U.S. have closed and all social contact has been denied to children, including all recreational activities. Now, greeting neighbors and riding your bike outside is a threat.
As the Corona virus continues to bring fear to America, Anxiety gradually threatens the lives of our future generation.
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All laws against LGBTQ+ should be abolished — Fredapsychic
Twins were once seen as an abomination and were killed. Mary Slessor fought against that. She said NO to the oppressors. Everyone has the right to life. Twins are now seen as a blessing. LGBTQ+🏳️🌈 rights is basic human rights. All laws against LGBTQ+ should be abolished- Fredapsychic
Fredapsychic — HUMAN RIGHTS IS LGBTQ+ RIGHTS
If i die, will you let my people live? Leave gay people alone. Life is stressful, people’s sexuality should not be your problem. Human rights is gay rights. Violating gays is violating human rights. “Right to life” yet you don’t mind your business - Fredapsychic
This is an appreciation post to all the people that have spoken out. Thank you for supporting the LGBTQ+ community. First things first, YOU MATTER, your existence MATTERS, you are LOVED ❤️🏳️🌈 YOU ARE NOT ALONE. YOU ARE PRICELESS and you should be free to exist the way you want and how you choose. We do not fall in love with bodies, we fall in love with SOULS and we do not care what bodies they are in. We should be free to love who we want! May the universe bring more peace and tranquility to our lives.
We do not stand for selective activism. We cannot keep silent when laws have been made to suppress our existence, regardless we are HERE and we will not stay silent. TOGETHER WE ARE STRONGER. They want us to “keep shut”. Saying things like “this is not the time”, they want to suppress our existence by all means but we refuse. LGBTQ+ folks all around the world face a-lot of violence and may the souls that have passed on rest in perfect peace. We hear your cries, we will not relent. We will not be silent. We have done no crime. All we do is EXIST, they want us to stay in the “closet” but we will not shrink ourselves to make their lame asses comfortable. We will keep speaking up and fighting for freedom for ALL
Thank you so much and the rest who keep fighting for freedom for ALL, you are not forgotten, thank you 🙏 🏳️🌈
The tears, the pain, the struggle of just existing, we understand. I LOVE YOU ALL SO VERY MUCH❤️
Fredapsychic speaks on LGBTIA+ issues. In a tweet, the music artist and author said “Violating gay rights is violating human rights” and gay people should be left alone. This is courageous, using xe platform to speak up.
Dine-in services permitted in Orange County; LA County does not meet up relaxation approval standards
The reopening of Phase 2 businesses also includes dine-in services in restaurants and reopening of shopping centres as Gov. Gavin Newsom approved Orange County's request, amid the pandemic. Allowed business activities include:
- Restaurants (in-person dining)
- Outdoor museums
- Limited personal services (tanning salons, car washes, gardening service, pet groomers)
Lisa Bartlett, the County Supervisor, was pleased that the Orange County was able to meet the state requirements the request was granted before Memorial Day weekend. After the announcement of the governor's decision, the county's health officer issued a new order which requires everyone to wear masks and mandates quarantine for those who have or have been exposed to COVID-19.
OC Health Care Agency authorities reported 216 new cases and 12 additions deaths which raised the county's total affected cases to 5,157 and 130 deaths; 42 deaths were reported in 4 days alone.
On the other hand, Los Angeles County accounts for half of the state's COVID-19 cases and has not met the requirements to reopen businesses. The County officials do not expect to follow the relaxed state standards until 4th July. Recently the death and hospitalization trends have improved, but the Whitehouse coronavirus response coordinator told that the spread of COVID-19 is a concern in LA.
Dr. Deborah Birx approached the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to help investigate the source of new cases to help forestall outbreaks in future.
Los Angeles is among the few California's 58 counties that either have not adequately contained the infection to revive more activities and business or, on account of a few San Francisco Bay Area counties, have decided to move all the more gradually.
Local bicycle delivery services roll into high gear due to COVID-19 pandemic
As most people are at home and choose delivery options on food and everything else, messenger at Maritime Bicycle Courier is working at the front line of the coronavirus pandemic in Long Beach.
Tagquiped and Bud Abilles are both former competitive cyclists, and they launched a local delivery service in 2014, but slowly corporate delivery services drove away their business.
Even after facing hard competition, their business kept on rolling—Maritime Bicycle Courier partners with nearly 30 restaurants and businesses across the city.
"It's very important to us as a Long Beach-based business that we keep our money in Long Beach," said Ryan Hughes, co-owner of The 4th Horseman.
The 4th Horseman is the exclusive partner for Maritime Bicycle Courier for deliveries. Hughes said that during the COVID-19 pandemic, around 70% of orders placed at The 4th Horseman consist of deliveries.
Since the COVID-19 outbreak, the local delivery services had increased its workforce by 33%.
I'm grateful," Tagquiped said. "It's a weird blessing that the community basically has brought us back up and shown us support."
If you want to support local businesses in Long Beach, visit the Maritime Bicycle Courier website.
Federal weapons-related warrant suspect wanted
The circumstance started about 4:05 p.m. at the point when police pulled a driver close to the 1800 square of Pacific Avenue. Sgt. Alvino Herrera informed that after at first conversing with the officers, he ran from the officials and blockaded himself in a room, the authorities accept the leased at a close-by inn.
Police set up an edge around the motel and attempted to get the man to give up, yet at the end called the LBPD SWAT group, he said.
A representative on Friday morning said police couldn't discover the man in the inn and police started to clear the scene at about 8:30 p.m.
She said the man was needed on a federal weapons-related warrant.
STRONG WINDS AND CHANCES OF HEAVY RAINFALL IN SAN DIEGO
Strong winds are predicted in the hills and mountains of San-Diego City Mon, plus light drizzle may occur.
As per the weather forecast, there is a 31 percent possibility of quantifiable rainfall in coastal regions on Mon, whereas the west valleys & hills have a 21 percent possibility. The hills could get up to 3/10 mm of rain, the western regions are expected to receive about 1/10 and 2/10 of an mm and the coastal regions would get less than 1/10 of an mm, weathermen stated.
A risk of rainfall will persist in coastal regions and the western hills via Tues afternoon but the rainfall will end in the hills tonight.
N.W.S authorities warned that strong winds might be capable of blowing around unprotected items and to tear down tree branches, eventually could leads to a power shortages.
After the strong winds fade away in late Tues afternoon, the rest of the week is predicted to have reasonable and mild climate, weathermen stated “.
Demonstrators Protest At County Admin Building To Seek the Complete Reopening of San Diego
A few hundred demonstrators gathered on Sat next to San Diego City Administration building to claim a complete San Diego reopening.
Demonstrators held signs including "Democracy is Key" and "Ban Communist Party in California."
Promoters who coordinated via the FB page "Open San Diego again" claimed that the demonstration was "a non-violent demonstration to inform the city officials that they are working for us and we need San Diego City to open up."
Besides, the FB page cautioned participants: "aggression will not be accepted. It is generally advised that you start practicing social distance.
The demonstration representatives featured Roger Hedgecock, a longtime mayor of San Diego; Graham Ledger, presenter of the Real America Media television channel 'The Regular Ledger; San Diego City Superintendent Jim Desmond; Oceanside Councilperson Christopher Rodriguez; & Doc Cordle Williams, Naval veteran, psychiatrist, and businessman.
One activist in the audience shouted, "Why would Sacramento suggest what to do with San Diego?"
One said, "What we want to do is to bring our kids back to learn."
SDHSD ADOPTS HYBRID GRADING SYSTEM
After out-cry from pupils and guardians upset over the flip to a payment / no credit from the San-Dieguito union secondary school county, the county board committee on Thurs made a new policy. Previous month after the move was reported the San Dieguito Union High School District crowd held a drive-thru rally at county HQ. Students worried that a credit / no credit scheme will not represent the effort they put in, and also wondered whether their application forms could affect.
On Thurs, Haley and the majority of the school board agreed for a program they think would succeed for everybody: for the spring term, learners would have the choice to select credit/no credit or standard type ratings.
"If you give options for certain learners than those are likely to be the most strongly achieving learners," Haley stated at the online board meeting on Thurs. "Not all domestic learners have the same resources or the equal level of Internet connectivity."
Most higher education institutions have indicated they can allow credit / no credit, but sophomore, learners like La Costa Canyon secondary school, say, "it isn't the same as having a score."
The board is currently hashing out the specifics of the proposed hybrid rating scheme, but at its upcoming meeting is on May Twenty-one it is scheduled to amend it. Learners in middle school must stay on the credit / no credit rating scale.
Young College student and entrepreneur Carlos Castillo Diaz making astronomical moves at age 18.
Carlos Castillo Diaz was born in Santa Maria, CA born on November 12, 2001. He lives on the Central Coast and graduated Nipomo High School back in 2019. He has a social media following of 1.2k snapchat viewers and 1.6k instagram followers.
“Since I was in middle school I’ve known what I wanted to do with my life and how I want to live my life; In middle school the American Dream within me started to grow and directed me into the person I am today.” (Carlos). He stated he’s always wanted to become America’s next biggest Lawyer and an Entrepreneur. In high School he was involved in Soccer and Tennis and was a tennis and soccer star gaining recognition. He made CIF for the first time in his school's history and had the best overall win/loss ratio. He graduated at the age of 17 with a Criminal Justice pathway. Right after high school he stated that he enrolled in Community College at Allan Hancock College with 22 enrolled credits and the Criminal Justice Pathway. Although he is taking almost double the units of what is considered a Full-Time student, he still manages to work 5 hours a day at a retirement home and find time to work on other dreams he aspires to be.
Also right after graduating high school he quickly began to work on my dreams of becoming an entrepreneur by launching his Candle Business known as ‘Luxury Scented Candles’ providing candles with “Unique smelling scents that you couldn't find anywhere else”. He admitted the launch lacked promotion and advertisement therefore lacking sales and eventually caused the website to shut down within only a week. He stated he was “not happy” with the results after so much hard work of finding unique scents people would love. “I do not believe in flopping especially after having such a well crafted product so I decided to move my Candle business to Amazon.com where it is now in a better place and slowly moving forward with the amount of sales and reviews I had additionally thought it was going to get.” (Carlos).
On top of selling his Candles on amazon.com he also sells high demand products such as phone cases, sponges etc. that are imported from china. After only a month on amazon he quickly rose to become #12 of amazon's best seller.
“On top of going to school, going to work, and selling on amazon. I also have various stocks purchased in the Stock Market. I am always looking at the stock market.” He says. “Another source of income I have is purchasing cars and flipping them for a profit. For example, I will go to an auction for cars online and see what kind of deals I may come across, purchase the vehince, fix the car if there is any problems and resale.” (Carlos). He plans to attend Law School after earning his bachelor's degree in Economics and Administration of Justice. “I know I can easily become one of the best lawyers in my state because of the passion and love I have for arguing and fighting for my future clients.” (Carlos)
“My number 1 pet peeve is when I see other people sell drugs or other illegal activity and claim they’re an Entrepreneur because I feel like I am doing the bare minimum to barely call myself an entrepreneur, they just don't know what it takes to be an entrepreneur and it overall just makes me cringe and feel bad for them.” (Carlos)
He has a total of 6 sources of income and is looking to grow that number.
Carlos’s approx. annual earnings is around 70k with a net worth of around 180k.
Fresno: Couple adopted Dog from Dogs sheltered home just before Christmas Day
A Couple adopted Dog from Dogs sheltered home, he spends 5 years in shelter home but his patience paid off he will be spending his Christmas with his new family.
He has spent 5 years in Fresno Bully shelter homes for Dogs. According to the official representative of the shelter home, he was rescued at the age of 8 months old, and he has spent his half-life in here. We will miss him.
He had his own requirements such as; he did not like other dogs and children around him, finally, he got what we wanted. We are happy for him!
FRESNO, Califronia. -- Police officers from Kings County trying to investigate shooting at Hanford. 3 November Sunday.
Deputies of the Kings County sheriff was investigating a Hanford shooting. Authorities also closed off to traffic on Eddy Street and Carolyn Avenue near Lacey Boulevard.
Additional information may not have been available immediately. Security officers plan to block the region as they continue to investigate all through the night.
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FRESNO, Calif. -- In Honolulu on Saturday night, Fresno State (4-4) took down Hawaii (5-4) 41-38.
Fresno State learned a lesson from the Homecoming game last week where they were 14-0 down. The early lead was taken by the Dogs. Jalen Cropper, a Buchanan class, throws Zane Pope with a 36-yard touchdown pass.
In the second quarter, Hawaii replied by converting back-to-back downs to Jason-Matthew Sharsh on the opening drive. The drive would leave McDonald scoring to tie the game at 7 with 9:23 left to play in the quarter on a six-yard run.
Fresno Nation, ready to close the game, came out of the locker room. Team scored 24 unanswered points to take the 38-24 lead. Hawaii will also score back to back touchdowns to tie up the game at 38 with less than 3 minutes left to play. Cesar Silva, from Fresno State, will kick a goal of the 37-yard winning range. The Bulldogs are taking Hawaii 41-38 down and raising their Island win streak to 6 games.