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Have the passion of cooking, she's sharing you the goodness and deliciousness recipes from her KUSINA to your KUSINA! Or from my Kitchen to your Kitchen that will cost less yet very comforting that the entire family would enjoy! It's all about GOOD FOOD and more!!!

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What's one thing I wish for yesterday, today and tomorrow? Any wild guess? Okay fine let me tell you. I wish to have a flat belly! LOL! When I was still single, I wasn't that concerned about my weight and my figure, I eat as much as I like. But it's totally different since I gave birth, I gain pounds so easily, it's so weird, lol! One of my goals right now is to achieve that flat belly. With the right attitude and will power, I know I'll achieve it in just a couple of months. But I must admit, I'm not really into exercise so what should I do? The answer, Flat Belly Diet!

Really good news for those who are like me, hey! we don't need to exercise that much to achieve that sexy and fit figure. Flat belly diet is a science-based solution combining a cutting-edge nutrition plan from the experts of course. With Flat Belly Diet, you can lose up to 15 lbs in just 32 days! You don't need crunches to have that flat belly!

Would you like to try the flat belly diet program? You can for free! Check out the site now for they offer eligible participants to try it for free. When you apply, you will receive a free copy of the Flat Belly Diet book, a free one year membership to the website, exclusive membership to the success stories club, first look to the flat belly videos, plus more!
I'm so looking forward to this already, I can't wait to have that flat belly!

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IN TODAY’S society, many experience loneliness. It affects people of all ages and of all races, social strata, and creeds. Have you ever been lonely? Are you lonely now? Actually, all of us at one time or another have felt the need for companionship—for someone to lend us an ear, to offer us reassurance or possibly to echo our deep feelings or inner thoughts, and to understand us as a person. We have a need for someone who is sensitive to our emotions.

Being alone, though, does not necessarily mean that we are lonely. A person can be alone for a long period of time, enjoying the things he or she does, without feeling at all lonely. In contrast, there are those who cannot stand to be alone. The American Heritage Dictionary states: “Alone emphasizes being apart from others but does not necessarily imply unhappiness. . . . Lonely often connotes painful awareness of being alone . . . Lonesome emphasizes a plaintive desire for companionship,” that is, a condition of grief, woe, or melancholy. The person’s heart needs to be comforted with sincere and loving fellowship for it to be cheerful once again. Finally, solitary is defined as a condition that “often shares the connotations of lonely and lonesome . . . Frequently, however, it stresses physical isolation that is self-imposed.”

Loneliness is a powerful feeling, and it can be very painful. It is a feeling of emptiness. There is a sensation of isolation, a feeling of being cut off from other humans. We can become vulnerable and frightened. Have you ever felt this way? What causes loneliness?

Problems, situations, and conditions have diverse effects on people. Perhaps you feel rejected by your peers because of your physical appearance, race, or religion. Changes of environment—such as attending a new school, initiating a new job, or moving to a new neighborhood, city, or country—can bring a sense of loneliness because you have to leave old friends behind. Experiencing the loss of a parent or a marriage partner can result in loneliness, possibly for many years. Also, as we get older, our circle of friends and acquaintances changes, decreases, or disappears.

Marriage does not always ensure freedom from loneliness. Mutual misunderstanding or lack of compatibility may cause stress that can produce uncertainty and may even result in isolation for spouses and children. But apart from loneliness caused by the death of a loved one, divorce, or physical or emotional isolation, there is another kind of loneliness that can affect us very deeply. This occurs when our relationship with God suffers and we feel separated from him.

Have you experienced any of the situations mentioned above? Is it possible to cope with loneliness?

The PhotoHunt theme this week is Together!

This was taken during my (fiance) now husband's 2nd visit to the Philippines. He went in pinas to take me with him and be together forever!! Ohhh, I never forget those moments when we we're just engaged. Right now we are together and our love is always in the air! We have a boy and soon to be a new parents again! haha.