The way you make a fist says a lot about your personality; find out what

The way you hold your fist reveals a lot about your personality. It can speak about your temperament, your general attitude towards your life and also how you may react in a given situation. Obviously, there are exceptions to the rule and so, before you read further, clench your fist and see which one describes you the best.

#1 Type A

If this is the way you hold your fist then you are a gentle person (notice how the thumb just rests beside the other four fingers). You are sensitive, compassionate and considerate. The one thing that sets you apart is your emotional understanding. You are capable of taking into account other’s emotions and act accordingly, which makes you accessible, as a person.

Internally, you are organized, strategic and towards the creative side. Tending towards introversion, you prefer a good blend of isolation and social exposure. You are slightly impatient when it comes to the things that you pursue. The one thing, however, that you need to be careful about is people. They, not all, would try to take advantage of your fair attitude and given the kind of person you are, you may not even protest. Be you, but be careful.

#2 Type B

If this is how you hold your fist then your talent, charm, and charisma speak more about you than you ever could. You are high on the extroversion scale and ready to act at a moment’s notice. Like the thumb that stretches out to cover the other four fingers, unconsciously, you don’t hold back your emotions either. Everything you are is out there and you don’t hesitate in speaking as you feel.

Internally, you are driven, ambitious and a person who has a secret goal in their mind which they are in pursuit of. Your dreams are the only thing you hide from others as you really don’t. trust others to understand them. You work in isolation for what you want in life and are extremely focused on your approach. The one thing that goes against you is that people tend you judge you the wrong way but the fact is that it’s their problem and not yours.

#3 Type C

Holding the fist like in the figure above shows clear signs of introversion. The thumb hides behind the other fingers like your inner thoughts which you don’t share with everyone. You like your own company and that of a selected few because the one thing you absolutely hate is drama. You can’t handle the phoniness of people and are attracted to those who are honest and straightforward.

Internally, you wish to have only those people in your life with whom you can have a deep and meaningful conversation with. You like spending time with people but after a certain point, you need your space. The thing that gets you riled up is when people intrude into your space without your consent and god help those who waste your time. Honest and frank, you are careful of not hurting others and if there’s one thing that brings you calm, it’s the peace of your personal space, inhabited just by you.

 

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A nurse was telling fathers about their new babies, when it was the turn of the last one…

Four men are in the hospital waiting room because their wives are having babies. A nurse approaches the first guy and says,
“Congratulations! You’re the father of twins.” “That’s odd,” answers the man.
“I work for the Minnesota Twins!”
A nurse then yells the second man,
“Congratulations! You’re the father of triplets!”
“That’s weird,” answers the second man.
“I work for the 3M company!” A nurse goes up to the third man saying,
“Congratulations! You’re the father of quadruplets.”
“That’s strange,” he answers. “I work for the Four Seasons hotel!”
The last man begins groaning and banging his head against the wall.
“What’s wrong?” the others ask. “I work for 7 Up!”

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VIDEO:Toddler drops burger, now watch what this violent mother does, how terrible is this?

The job of a parent is to be patient, understanding, and certainly a good example to the child, especially in public. If this were a “normal” job, this mother would be fired on the spot.

Her child drops a burger, and the mom reacts in a way that is guaranteed to enrage you. No kid deserves what this mother dished out.

The video is indeed graphic, as you’ll see how horrible the mother reacts when the burger-drop incident takes place.

After ripping him out of the chair, she tosses the kid on the ground. Then grabs him, and actually clocks him in the face! Totally insane.

Hopefully this video will help to put this woman away. Not many people will believe something this harsh could ever take place from an actual mother. Really horrible.

Unfortunately, abuse like this is not uncommon as the U.S. has the worst record of child abuse among industrialized nations. You can see why in this horrid video. Always contact police immediately when you see signs of abuse as it could save a child’s life.

Share this shocking video to spread awareness and push for more people to report incidents like this when they unfortunately do occur

Officer brings town teen gunman after he opens fire at Illinois high school

As the threat of mass-shootings continues to rise, it’s more important than ever to be vigilant to the signs that precede an attack.

Students at an Illinois high school on Wednesday were fortunate that officer Mark Dallas had his wits about him, when he foiled a 19-year-old gunman who had opened fire.

After giving chase and entering into a firefight with the suspect, Dallas was able to prevent any lives being lost… though it was a close call.

On Wednesday, 19-year-old alleged gunman, Matthew Milby, opened fire at Dixon High School, Illinois at around 8 a.m. local time.

Luckily, school resource officer Mark Dallas was alert and on hand to intervene, and did so whilst exemplifying the firmest courageous fortitude.

As per the Daily Mail, Dallas confronted the would-be attacker near a gym on campus, where students had gathered for a graduation rehearsal.

The 19-year-old promptly fled, with Dallas giving chase.

When the teen fired several rounds at Dallas, he knew he had little choice but to return fire. He did so, wounding the suspect and bringing the dramatic events to a close.

Luckily, no students were hit by gunfire during the attempted shooting, with the suspect himself having been taken to a nearby hospital to be treated for non-life threatening injuries.

Dixon Police Chief Steve Howell said that when backup arrived in the form of other officers, teachers and students were barricaded in their classrooms, having blocked the doors with tables and chairs.

Howell hailed Dallas’ actions, saying that he saved countless lives through his own unwavering bravery.

“With shots ringing out through the hallways of the school, he charged toward the suspect and confronted him head on,” Howell said. “Because of his heroic actions, countless lives were saved. We are forever indebted to him for his service and his bravery.”

Meanwhile, Dixon Mayor Liandro Arellano Jr. echoed the praise, saying that a lot of things went right when they could have gone wrong.

What a true hero Mark Dallas is! When he heard gunfire he ran towards the shots rather than staying put or heading the other way. We’ll never know exactly how many lives he saved with his actions that day, but we can be sure it’s a lot.

Share this story to pay tribute to such a brave man. He’s a shining example for the rest of us to follow!

Husband plants 1,000s of trees to honor late wife: 17 years later, aerial photo reveals his true motive

Janet and Winston Howes shared a love that most people can only dream of.

It was love at first sight for the pair, and each day that passed, their love grew stronger.

The couple got married in 1962 and moved into a charming farmhouse in the countryside of England.

Just a short time after the couple moved into their Wickwar, Gloucestershire dream home, Janet gave birth to a son.

The farm and the land flourished, as well as their relationship, and their son was as healthy as an ox. Life was perfect!

But in one moment, everything collapsed…

Janet och Winston Howes
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After over 30 years of marriage, Janet suddenly left this world.

Winston’s soulmate, Janet, suffered from heart failure and passed away when she was only 50 years old. Winston was devastated and the couple’s son had no idea how to continue living without his mother.

Father and son tried to heal their wounds as much as possible, but whatever they did, Janet’s departure was too much to bear.

Obsessed with an idea

Some months after losing Janet, Winston got an idea. Even though he could never get back his beautiful wife, couldn’t he honor her with a beautiful gesture?

Winston started working on a meadow by the house — a meadow that Janet loved a lot. The idea was to create a place where he and his son could visit on difficult days.

Winston’s incredible tribute to Janet was kept secret for years — until a hot air balloonist flew over it.

Pilot Andy Collett was on his way home on a beautiful afternoon when he discovered Winston’s tribute. He looked down and couldn’t believe what he saw!

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For years, Winston had planted thousands of trees to create a large heart-shaped forest surrounding the meadow his wife loved to visit.

Andy tells Daily Mail about how he felt when he flew over the heart.

“I have my own balloon and am quite a regular flyer — but this was the most amazing sight I have ever seen from the sky. It was a perfect heart hidden away from view — you would not know it was there. You can just imagine the love story,” Andy says.

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Although Andy had never met Winston and had no idea why the heart was there, he assumed that there was a love story behind it.

An emotional Winston explains why he decided to plant the trees and about the little details that caused this heart-shaped forest to move thousands of people.

“I thought it was a great idea — it was a flash of inspiration — and I planted several thousand oak trees. Once it was completed we put a seat in the field, overlooking the hill near where she used to live,” Winston says.

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He planted large oaks around the edge of the heart and then built a hedge around it, too. The heart points to the village of Wotton Hill, where Janet was from.

Every year, Winston also plants daffodils in the center of the heart, which bloom in the spring. So nice!

“I sometimes go down there, just to sit and think about things. It is a lovely and lasting tribute to her which will be here for years,” Winston says.

Winston’s tribute to his wife is the perfect place for him and his son to remember her.

Nothing can bring Janet back, but we know she would have loved this meadow!

Please share this tribute on Facebook if you also think it was very touching!

 

8-year-old tortured to death: Days later, police find diary revealing the harrowing truth

This is the story of a girl; one with a big heart and an eagerness to live life. It’s a story everyone should read. The tale of Gizzell Ford is unfortunately true, no matter how much I wish it wasn’t.

Of course, when you’re reading this, you should remember that it’s not just about Gizzell, but rather the thousands of children who are forced to suffer the same nightmare every day.

For Gizzell, things didn’t end well, but I write this in the hope that her story will be a wake up call, so that no more children have to endure this sort of cruelty.

Like many other children, eight-year-old Gizzell Ford was a happy, curious and smart little girl. She loved school and enjoyed making new friends.

As with many kids her age, she kept a diary. Only, the rows in her diary weren’t filled with love hearts and secret messages about boys she liked. Instead, the truth revealed in the pages of Gizzell’s diary is so horrible that it’s difficult to read.
Gizzell Ford
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On July 12, 2013, Gizzell or “Gizzy”, as she was commonly called by friends, was found dead in her grandmother’s dirty, pest-riddled apartment in Austin, Texas.

She had been beaten and strangled. On her wrists there were ligature marks where she had been bound, and on her back was a wound so infected there were maggots in it, according to the Chicago Tribune.

Just months prior to her death, Gizzell and two siblings had moved to live with her father Andre and grandma Helen. Andre had a serious condition that meant he required constant care and couldn’t look after himself.

It was Helen who took care of the family, and from the outside it looked like any other home. The pages of Gizzy’s diary, however, attested otherwise.
Helen Ford
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Gizzell’s torment

Every day Gizzell was punished for behaving badly. She was forced to do squats, stand in uncomfortable positions and had a dirty sock pushed into her mouth if she did so much as make a noise. She was also physically beaten, tormented and often had to make do without food or water.

On the occasions she dried to drink water from the toilet, she was beaten head to toe.

Sometimes she was tied to her bed and not allowed to move freely for several days.

And yet, despite the hell she experienced, Gizzy remained positive. In her diary, one could read that she knew she would be punished for ‘acting up’, but that she was hoping to develop into a smart and beautiful young woman.

She also wrote about how she dreamt of playing with her siblings and watching TV. Often, the diary was updated a few days later, when she would describe how she had been abused again.
Gizzell Ford
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The end of Gizzell’s life

Sadly, by the end of Gizzell’s life, her diary entries had become little more than jagged scrawls. Deprived of nutrition, suffering constant abuse from her grandmother and growing weaker by the second, her decline was quick and definite. Just days before her death, she is said to have written: ““I hate this life because now I’m in super big trouble.”

When Gizzell was found, her body was so degraded that jurors began to cry while hearing details of the case. The diary evidenced a hopeful young girl who loved school and skipping. It also told of the abuse that permeated her life.

Gizzell’s father died of a heart attack in Cook County Jail while awaiting trial for his role in her death. Her grandma Helen would later be sentenced to life imprisonment for murder.

Reports on Gizzy’s case confirm that something could have been done to stop things before she died. But the matter seemed to slip through the cracks. Merely a month before Gizzelle lost her life, a social worker had visited the home but failed to take action.
Gizzell Ford
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Please share Gizzell’s story with all your family and Facebook friends to show that no child should ever have to endure what she went through.

THE MOST DANGEROUS WHITE TOXIN WE EAT EVERY DAY, AND IT’S NOT SUGAR OR SALT

Do you know what E621 or sodium glutamate is? Have you ever heard about this substance? You’d be surprised to find out that you’re consuming it on a daily basis and it’s wreaking havoc on your body!

Sodium glutamate E621 is a common additive found in almost all manufactured foods. There’s almost no restaurant in the world that doesn’t use this taste enhancer. It’s one of the most harmful substances we consume every day, without even realizing it!

Sodium glutamate E621 comes in the form of white crystalline powder, and it’s very similar to salt and sugar. It can also be found in liquid form. It has the taste of meat soup and can be added to any food to enhance the flavor. Sodium glutamate intake causes increased cravings, and leads to overeating and obesity.

It stimulates the brain cells in much the same way as drugs do thus creating a feeling of addiction. It’s easily absorbed in the blood and brain causing a change in the genes in charge of the sense of taste.

As we already mentioned, this food additive is used in many popular food products including all sausages, hot dogs, chips, prepared soups, canned food, beer and many more. The allowed daily dose for adults is 1.5 grams, and for children less than half a gram.

A fact worth mentioning is that over 200 thousand tons of this additive are used annually in the world. The common symptoms of E621 overdose include dizziness, migraine, visual disturbances, hormonal imbalance, nausea, weakness, dizziness, chest pain, and more. It’s also known as Chinese restaurant syndrome.

It was first discovered in 1907 in Japan by scientist Ikeda Kikunae, who found that the substance improves the taste of food, especially the taste and aroma of canned, fast and frozen food.

Source:

https://www.healthyfoodteam.com/dangerous-white-toxin-eat-every-day-not-sugar-salt/

 

Toddler’s injury from IV line a severe example of a common problem, expert says

Emmy Gunther, 3, sustained a serious injury to her hand after an intravenous line slipped out of her vein

As an Edmonton toddler recovers from severe injury caused by a misplaced intravenous line, one expert says this particular complication is not uncommon, and that patients — and their parents — need to be vigilant in advocating for their own care in busy hospitals.

Emmy Gunther, 3, underwent open-heart surgery at the Stollery Children’s Hospital last week. Shortly after an IV line was placed in her hand on Friday night, the toddler began screaming in pain — and continued screaming throughout the night

Her mother Jalena Gunther said that, despite her family’s requests, no nurses or doctors checked on the toddler’s IV line until morning when a nurse noticed the wet bandages on Emmy’s arm.

Underneath, Emmy’s hand was severely swollen and red, and some tissue had started to decay. The IV line had gone interstitial, Gunther said, slipping out of the vein and spilling the fluid mixture of sugar, potassium and sodium underneath Emmy’s skin

According to Chris Power, chief executive officer of the Canadian Patient Safety Institute, this is not an uncommon problem with IV lines.

“It can be because the patient moved, or it just dislodged itself. That would not be an uncommon situation for an intravenous to go interstitial and have to be removed and restarted,” Power said.

“There are routine checks that are done in hospitals, or supposed to be done. I started my career as a nurse and we would always, at least once an hour, be checking the IV and making sure that it still was fine and was still running perfectly fine.”

The Canadian Patient Safety Institute is a non-profit organization established by Health Canada in 2003 to improve public health care in Canada

Alberta Health Services reviewing Emmy’s care

Emmy has undergone two surgeries to remove the decaying tissue and close the wound. She is expected to remain in hospital for the next two weeks as she undergoes skin grafting.

Emmy is non-verbal and communicates with sign language. Gunther believes her daughter’s severe complication was the result of negligence, and is concerned there may be lasting damage to her hand that could impact her ability to communicate

Power says what happened to Emmy was likely unintentional. But patients and parents should be vigilant with their own care and persist — as Emmy’s mother did — when they believe something is amiss, Power said

“I think everyone who comes to work in a hospital wants to do the best that they can and comes to work wanting to do that. But they’re busy places, there’s lots that happens,” she said.

“I think all of us need to be hugely active participants, we need to ask good questions, we need to be ever-vigilant while we’re in the hospital and be sure that we are participating in our care and not just leaving it up to everybody else and assuming that things are going to be perfect

Source:

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.cbc.ca/amp/1.4498867

 

 

Video of what firefighter was caught doing to girl at car crash goes viral

A California firefighter was praised after being spotted comforting a young girl while her mother and sister were treated for injuries they got in a car crash.

A big rig crossed into oncoming traffic on a highway near San Diego, according to KNSD. Inside one of the cars the truck hit was a mother, along with her two young daughters and another adult family member.

While the mother and one of the girls were being treated for their injuries, Heartland Fire & Rescue Department firefighter paramedic Ryan Lopez took on the task of comforting the 4-year-old daughter, who was uninjured.

A news camera captured the touching moment as Lopez held the girl in his arms, rocking her back ad forth, side to side.

After a few moments, Lopez carried the child over to the fire engine, where he sat her down and gave her a drink of water. Then, she was in his arms once again, resting her head on his shoulder

“It’s not something I would ever seek out to take any recognition for,” he said. “I know someone else in my same position would’ve done the same thing.”

The California Highway Patrol said the driver of the big rig lost control while driving southbound on State Route 125 and crashed into a metal guardrail. He then crossed into the northbound lanes before striking two vehicles. In one vehicle, a Chevy, were 57-year-old Nancy Bauerlein and her daughter, 29-year-old Jennifer Thompson-Campbell. They were both killed in the crash.

The other vehicle struck by the truck was a black Kia Sorrento carrying the two girls, ages 4 and 6, as well as their mother and another adult.

The 6-year-old girl suffered a broken neck in the accident and was having trouble breathing. She was taken to a nearby children’s hospital.

The 4-year-old girl who was helped by Lopez had only minor injuries.

The girls’ mother suffered minor injuries as well and was able to ride in the ambulance with her 6-year-old daughter.

Readers shared their thoughts on the story on the Newsiosity Facebook page.

“Praying all will be ok,” one reader commented. “God bless the fireman for his kindness. God bless all.”

“He said it was just a normal reaction because he’s a dad,” another user wrote. “That’s being humble on top of being a hero.”

Source:

 

http://thenativepeople.net/2017/12/31/video-firefighter-caught-girl-car-crash-goes-viral/amp/

Couple Is Evicted By Greedy Grandson Who Tricked Them Into Signing Over Deed

Family. We all have a family of some kind. Not all families are made up of blood relatives these days. Some people have an excellent support system with family. But then other people are sadly taken advantage of by their own flesh and blood. Talk about gratitude! Helen and Hank Kawecki’s grandson tricked them into signing over the deed to their house to him.

He told them they were signing papers for a loan. Their grandson, the con artist’s plan was discovered by a neighbor Doug Emerson. Emerson alerted the couple when he saw a realtor come to the house while the couple was out. Sadly, the Kawecki’s are now taking legal action against their grandson.

Take a look at this video

But because of the papers they signed, they still have to pack up their things. They have lost their house and are being evicted. This is just sad.

Share away, people.