Green BM does happen from time to time according to what the mother has ingested and as a pp said you wouldn t know unless you pumped. no big deal unless you are ill and are leaking a mastitis cyst into a duct (you would definitely know if that was the case as you would be in severe pain and extremely ill). It is not at all uncommon to see green-ish milk in normal healthy women who enjoy plenty of green leafy vegetables. When my EBM was green, I still fed it to my babies as I just l-o-v-e silverbeet so much but your vitamins turning your urine green is a bit different (usually goes yellow. ) so good idea to dump re-pump OP. ABA are a powerhouse of up-to-date, accurate information for the BF community if you would like some reassurance. All the best OP. Edited by TwiceTheWoman, 25 March
What does an interviewer mean when he asks,á ÁWhy do you want to become a fire fighter? Á Why have you applied for the job? Are you aware of the job specifications or is it just that you were inspired by a Hollywood movie to become one? Are you aware of the stakes involved? If yes, what makes you apply? Do you possess the required skill set, training and experience, and mental faculties to perform in life and death situations? Once an interviewer is sure that the interviewee meets all the above mentioned attributes in the best possible way, he is quite likely to hire you. Interviewer: ÁWhat makes you apply for the job of a firefighter? Á Interviewee: á ÁSir, it is my desire to serve the people, especially in times of dire need. I have the right skill sets and mental attitude required for
What is a? It's an "ABCDE"Áan Assumption, Belief, Conclusion, Decision, or Emotion that distorts our perceptions and narrows our options for responding to experience. One of the highest espoused values in most cultures, particularly Anglo-Western cultures, is being "objective"Áunbiased, logical, and sensible. Most of us are conditioned from early to think of ourselves as seeking the "right" answers at the many decision points we encounter. Moment by moment, day by day, we want to believe that we are analyzing situations skillfully and basing our opinions and behavior on the correct conclusions. RealityÁto say nothing of researchÁroutinely contradicts that belief. Wikipedia lists that psychologists find interesting enough to study. One of the most pervasive of these is simple (a. k. a.
Like the dreaded Á,Á the question, ÁWhy are you interested in this position? Á is sure to come up in an interview. And, even if it doesnÁt, if you want the job you should get this sentiment across regardless. So, really, thereÁs no way around figuring out how to string together a coherent thought about why this being in this position makes sense for you (and for the company). Luckily, thereÁs actually a pretty simple way to go about answering this question effectively without having to go through every big moment or transition in your life and career thatÁs brought you to this interview. HereÁs a smart framework for how you should structure your answer. First things first, this is an excellent opportunity for you to show off what you know about the company. You can talk all day about how
Cats are total stare-masters. Have you ever tried to win a staring contest with a cat? ÁTriedÁ being the operative word Á itÁs impossible. And have you ever stopped to think about why cats stare? Is there a difference between whyácatsástare at humans vs. why they stare at other cats? Wonder no more Á hereÁs some insight into cat staring. Why Do Cats Stare at Other Cats? Cats are territorial by nature and usually donÁt take a liking to a rival cat moving in on their turf. Because cats primarily communicate using, a cat staring at another cat is a way for the dominant kitty to show aggression. When a cat notices another cat giving him the eye, they both stop everything theyÁre doing and visually connect. If this cat staring doesnÁt sufficiently meet the dominant oneÁs objective, then
What is the Catholic Church s head-covering policy (for women) and when did it change? The custom or Áchangeable disciplineÁ of women wearing head coverings or ÁmantillasÁ is rooted in the norm St. Paul prescribed in 1 Corinthians 11:2-16. áIn short, it is no longer binding on women. Here's a little background on the matter. In canon 1262 á2 of the 1917 Code of Canon Law, the Church maintained the Pauline discipline: Men, in a church or outside a church, while they are assisting at sacred rites, shall be bare-headed, unless the approved mores of the people or peculiar circumstances of things determine otherwise; women, however, shall have a covered head and be modestly dressed, especially when they approach the table of the Lord. Á However, canon 6 á1. 1 of the 1983 Code abrogated
Many people think that some parts of the year are hotter because we're nearer to the Sun, but the real reason is that the Earth is wonky (tilted). Why do we have seasons? We have seasons because the earth is tilted (wonky) as it makes its yearly journey around the sun. The Earth's tilt The Earth's axis is tilted at an angle of 23. 5 degrees. This means that the Earth is always pointing to one side as it goes around the Sun. So, sometimes the Sun is in the direction that the Earth is pointing, but not at other times. The varying amounts of sunlight around the Earth during the year, creates the seasons. The tilt of the Earth's AXIS is the most important reason why seasons occur. We have hot summers and cold winters because of the tilt of the Earth's axis. The tilt of the Earth means the
I learned this firsthand whenÂ for a JP Morgan internship. An interviewer asked me to tell him a joke, and I simply couldn't think of anything to say. It was pretty awkward, and I did not get the internship offer. So loosen up and have some self-confidence going into any interview. Some companies are actively looking for candidates who can think on their feet. And make sure to have a joke on hand, just in case. If you want to work at Google, learn everything you can about their products. It's a lesson former JP Morgan banker Sameer Syed learned the hard way. When he was searching for his first tech gig, the Wall Street to Silicon Alley founder says he made the mistake of almost exclusively talking about his financial background during interviews. "They're not interested in all that," he
Offer to help if you can. If your boyfriend clearly states what he wants from you, determine whether it is something you can actually do, or something that you are willing to do. By offering help, you can reduce the anger, stop the mean behaviors, and move the situation forward in a productive manner. The help requested may vary vastly. For example, all that may be requested of you may be an apology which is often helpful because it signifies that you accept some fault for the altercation. Sometimes it is not in your power to offer help. For example, if your boyfriend is angry about being fired from his job and is taking it out on you simply state, ÁI understand that youÁre angry about being fired from your job, and I really wish I could help you but itÁs not within my power to do soÁ.
First of all, it is worth giving your muscles plenty of time to rest and relax. Trying to carry on as if you are perfectly fit and healthy will slow recovery as your body will not be able to put valuable energy into fighting off infection. As white blood cells are diverted from the muscles into fighting infection, your muscles are more susceptible to wear and tear. Thus, allowing your body to rest should prevent worsening of muscle pain. You may also find relief from warming or massaging your joints. Some people find a warm cloth around painful joints is comforting, others find that a rub of warm olive oil or peppermint oil soothes your muscles or joints. It can also be very soothing and refreshing to have a warm bath, particularly with bath salts or essential oils. ...