If you are looking for a free, chill event this Wednesday (Jul 18) come join us at the Sundown Social in Bridgeland. There will be lots of food trucks, live music and a market to stroll through! I'll have some prints, pins, stickers and magnets for sale at my plot as well as an art engagement you can take part in! Its a surprise so come by to check it out!
Lean Manufacturing⚙️ o Manufactura esbelta !
Es un método para minimizar el desperdicio en un sistema de manufactura sin sacrificar la productividad 👍🏻.
Nació en Japón 🇯🇵 y fue concebida por los grandes sabios del Sistema de Producción en Toyota☝🏻
PD: Ya hace mucho que no postraba cosas relacionadas con mi carrera, espero les guste 🙆🏽⭐️
Canetinhas lindas com Cristais Swarowsky e ainda por cima Touch também. 📣📣📣
Serve para qualquer aparelho Touch.
Pagamentos por Depósito Bancário ou Transferência ganham desconto!!!🤗🤗🤗 Frete fixo de apenas R$ 12,00 para todo o Brasil!! 😍😍😍
You ever wonder how many prayers have been prayed for your child, even before welcoming them into this world?! Even if you’re not a prayer, you probably have friends or family close to you that have prayed for your child even before they were born. Such a neat thing to think about how God hears those prayers and delights in them and delicately shapes and forms this perfect little being 💛 Yes, these are the thoughts I have late at night in bed ☺️
Abuse can take many forms. One of the most insidious forms is emotional/psychological abuse. It can leave wounds that are unseen by the world yet cut so deep as to destroy a person's confidence, sense of self worth, trust, and so much more. It can take a very long time to heal from these wounds.
We all have the capacity for inflicting this sort of abuse, though not everyone will.
I have come to understand my own capacity to inflict emotional abuse. I didn't think I would ever come to a place in my life that in order to heal I would have to admit that I can and have been abusive.
There is the idea of "unintentional" abuse. To be clear, from all that I have read (and it has been a LOT over the past week) I don't think that intent matters in the end. Whether I meant to or not I have acted in ways that have left others feeling abused. And that in the end is what matters. It is not my narrative to dictate or declare that I was not abusive.
If you are in an abusive relationship, leave. There are plenty of resources available online that can help to understand how you can do this and resources to reach out to if you need help especially in extreme cases in which you may fear for your safety in doing so. But do it. You deserve better. Reach out. Do not be ashamed. The abuse is not your fault.
If you feel that you are being abused unintentionally, it may be (as I am coming to believe has been the case for me) that there is a complete lack of knowledge or understanding of the impact of words or actions on another person's emotional well being. If you can, and even want to, express to the other party how you feel your needs are being neglected or the way in which you have been hurt by them. It may be all they need to hear to understand their role in your emotional distress. To know that they have hurt you, whether intended or not, may be all that is needed for them to recognize their abusive actions and to seek help or guidance in changing that.