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Michelle Branch suffered a miscarriage and praises her family for helping her in challenging time

Michelle Branch reveals she suffered a miscarriage and praises her friends and family for helping her through the challenging time

Michelle Branch revealed she suffered a miscarriage on Christmas Day.

The 37-year-old singer took to Instagram with a series of photos with her loved ones as she lamented the challenging year.

In addition to her miscarriage, Michelle noted the downtown Nashville bombing on Christmas Day which injured three people and affected more than 40 businesses in the area after an RV exploded.

Sad: Michelle Branch revealed she suffered a miscarriage on Christmas Day

‘Just when we were rounding third and heading home (A baseball metaphor?! I know.) 2020 was like, “nah, I ain’t done yet.” December decided to really finish us off with a bang,’ she wrote. ‘No, literally. A bomb went off in downtown Nashville yesterday. 

‘And to further twist a dagger in my heart, I experienced my first miscarriage (ugh! Motherf***er!)’

Michelle has a two-year-old son, Rhys James Carney, with husband Patrick Carney of The Black Keys.

Support: The 37-year-old singer took to Instagram with a series of photos with her loved ones as she lamented the challenging year

Support: The 37-year-old singer took to Instagram with a series of photos with her loved ones as she lamented the challenging year

Mom mode: Michelle has a two-year-old son, Rhys James Carney, with husband Patrick Carney of The Black Keys

Mom mode: Michelle has a two-year-old son, Rhys James Carney, with husband Patrick Carney of The Black Keys

She also shares co-parenting responsibilities of her 15-year-old daughter, Owen, with ex-husband Teddy Landau.

Michelle wore a green crown while posing for photos with a few of her loved ones on a unique holiday as many were separated from family due to the COVID-19 pandemic and various stay at home orders. 

‘But alas, between the crying and binge eating of Christmas cookies, I decided to put on lipstick and a dress,’ she added. 

'Just when we were rounding third and heading home (A baseball metaphor?! I know.) 2020 was like, “nah, I ain’t done yet.” December decided to really finish us off with a bang,' she wrote. 'No, literally. A bomb went off in downtown Nashville yesterday.

‘Just when we were rounding third and heading home (A baseball metaphor?! I know.) 2020 was like, “nah, I ain’t done yet.” December decided to really finish us off with a bang,’ she wrote. ‘No, literally. A bomb went off in downtown Nashville yesterday.

‘We drank champagne alllll day. Made an incredible meal and sang Christmas songs snuggled up by a roaring fire. 5 more days until 2021. I’m limping to the finish line. 

‘These people, my precious family, my husband, sister and kids have been the MVP’s. I couldn’t imagine spending a year isolated with anyone else. Happy Christmas, everyone xx.’

Michelle and Patrick met at a Grammy’s party in 2015 and have been married for more than one year.  

Lucky in love: Michelle and Patrick met at a Grammy's party in 2015 and have been married for more than one year

Lucky in love: Michelle and Patrick met at a Grammy’s party in 2015 and have been married for more than one year

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What did Frankie Randall die of? He suffered from “boxing dementia” and brain damage | The State

Frankie Randall passed away on December 23 at the age of 59.

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The three-time world boxing champion Frankie randall He died last Wednesday at the age of 59 for causes that have not been confirmed, but it is known that he had been fighting for many years against brain damage and “boxing dementia.”

Yesterday, his son DeMarcus gave the news of the death, but avoided talking about the causes, although at the beginning of this 2020, he himself revealed to The Ring Magazine that his father suffered from “boxing dementia and Parkinson’s”, so he was admitted to a nursing home in Tennessee.

“He has an injury to the frontal lobe of the brain that affects his speech, motor skills and his mental stability. He gave his whole life to boxing and loved his job, “he added.

“It has been difficult watching my father turn into a shell of what he used to be. It almost seems like you are stuck in time. I feel like he will wake up and go back to his normal self but that’s not the case, this is a new fight.

“People will remember Frankie Randall, the boxer, but he’s my dad, my hero, sitting there, slowing down. It has been a challenge and the challenge has become my fight, ”he recounted about the 10 years that he cared for him after he was diagnosed with the disease, before they decided to take him last April to the nursing home where he died in Tennessee .

Due to this, one of the probable causes that have been handled unofficially is that his condition worsened over time and ended the life of “The Surgeon”, remembered for being the first man who defeated the “Great Mexican Champion ”Julio César Chávez.

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CDC CONFIRMS six people have suffered adverse reactions to COVID vaccine

US health officials closely tracking possible side effects of the first authorized COVID-19 vaccine said on Saturday they have seen at least six cases of severe allergic reactions out of more than a quarter million shots given.

Medical experts said that a chemical called polyethylene glycol (PEG), a compound most commonly used in laxatives, ‘could be the culprit’ causing the reactions.

PEG is an ingredient in the Pfizer vaccine as well as the Moderna Inc vaccine authorized on Friday. 

But the Food and Drug Administration has said that most Americans with allergies should be safe to receive the vaccine. 

It said only people who have previously had severe allergic reactions to vaccines or ingredients in this particular vaccine should avoid getting the shot.  

A frontline health care worker at Garfield Medical Center receives his first dose of Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine in a pop-up tent outside their main facility in Monterey Park, California, on Friday

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said that it has seen at least six cases of severe allergic reactions to the COVID-19 vaccine developed by Pfizer and BioNTech. Vials of the vaccine are seen above in Pinellas Park, Florida, on Friday

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said that it has seen at least six cases of severe allergic reactions to the COVID-19 vaccine developed by Pfizer and BioNTech. Vials of the vaccine are seen above in Pinellas Park, Florida, on Friday

Three health care workers in Alaska needed medical treatment after being administered the vaccine earlier this week while a hospital in suburban Chicago halted inoculations after four staffers reported adverse reactions. 

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said more than 272,000 shots of the Pfizer vaccine were given nationwide as of Saturday morning. 

The half-dozen cases of allergic reaction were reported as of Friday night, and included one person with a history of vaccination reactions.

Health officials are keeping close watch for such side effects. 

US vaccine recipients are supposed to hang around after their injections in case signs of an allergy appear. 

Advocate Condell Medical Center in Libertyville, Illinois, stopped the vaccinations on Friday and will resume them on Sunday after four medical workers reported adverse reactions

Advocate Condell Medical Center in Libertyville, Illinois, stopped the vaccinations on Friday and will resume them on Sunday after four medical workers reported adverse reactions

The CDC said all cases occurred within the recommended observation window and were promptly treated.

The numbers were discussed at a meeting of a committee that advises the CDC on vaccines. 

The group on Saturday endorsed Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine, which was granted emergency authorization on Friday.

Less severe side effects have also been rare. 

Dr. Peter Marks, director of the FDA’s Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research, said at a press conference that allergic reactions to PEG could be somewhat more common than previously understood.

Among the first 215,000 people to get vaccinated in the United States, fewer than 1.5 per cent of them had problems that left them unable to perform their normal activities or required medical care.

Medical experts said that a chemical called polyethylene glycol (PEG), a compound most commonly used in laxatives, 'could be the culprit' causing the reactions

Medical experts said that a chemical called polyethylene glycol (PEG), a compound most commonly used in laxatives, ‘could be the culprit’ causing the reactions

Many vaccines can cause temporary discomfort, such as a sore arm or certain flu-like symptoms. 

COVID-19 vaccines tend to cause more of those reactions than a flu shot, and some hospitals are staggering the times their employees get vaccinated to avoid staffing problems.

A medical facility in Illinois temporarily stopped COVID-19 vaccinations after four healthcare workers experienced adverse reactions to the shots. 

Advocate Condell Medical Center in Libertyville stopped the vaccinations on Friday and will resume them on Sunday. 

The unidentified employees experienced reactions that included tingling and elevated heart rate just moments after taking the vaccine, ABC 7 reports. 

‘These four team members represent fewer than 0.15% of the approximately 3,000 who have so far received vaccinations across Advocate Aurora Health,’ a statement reads. 

While three of the staff are recovering at home a fourth is receiving additional treatment.  

Advocate shared that it would be using the time to help determine what may have caused the reactions. 

The vaccinations are still taking place at the eight other Advocate Aurora Health locations in Illinois and in the three locations in Wisconsin. 

A clinician based in Fairbanks, Alaska, suffered anaphylactic symptoms after being given the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine, a hospital said on Friday, becoming the third health care worker in the state to suffer an adverse reaction to the new drug.

The clinician, whose name was not released, started showing symptoms about 10 minutes after being inoculated on Thursday, according to Foundation Health Partners, operator of the Fairbanks Memorial Hospital.

The health care worker was treated in the hospital´s emergency room with epinephrine and released about six hours later, Foundation Health Partners said in a written statement.

Two health care workers in Juneau suffered adverse reactions to the medication earlier this week. 

One was briefly hospitalized in that city for anaphylaxis after she was vaccinated on Tuesday. 

The second had a milder reaction on Wednesday and was treated at the hospital emergency room and released.

‘Allergic reactions, though uncommon, can occur with injections of medications and vaccines,’ Foundation Health Partners´ Chief Medical Officer Dr. Angelique Ramirez said in the statement.

The Fairbanks clinician issued her own statement that was included in the Foundation Health Partners release.

‘I would get the vaccine and recommend it to anyone, despite my reaction, to help our country get immunized which is needed for the health of all Americans, for the economy, get families hugging again, for getting children back to schools, and to get the country on the other side of this pandemic,’ the health worker said.

Alaska received its first shipments of the Pfizer vaccine on Sunday evening, state officials said. 

Batches have been sent around the state, including by floatplane and boat to more remote sites.  

The cases in Alaska were similar to two cases reported last week in Britain.

Britain’s medical regulator has said that anyone with a history of anaphylaxis, or severe allergic reactions to a medicine or food, should not be given the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine.

On Friday, the FDA said the Moderna vaccine should not be given to individuals with a known history of a severe allergic reactions to any components of the shot.

The regulator is also requiring that appropriate medical treatments for immediate allergic reactions must be available when the shot is administered in case of an anaphylactic reaction.

Pfizer could not be immediately reached for comment.  

WHAT ARE THE KNOWN SIDE EFFECTS OF THE PFIZER VACCINE? 

UK medicines regulator advised that anyone who has a history of ‘significant’ allergic reactions to medicines, food or vaccines should not get the Pfizer coronavirus jab.

Dr June Raine, the chief executive of the MHRA, told Parliament’s Science and Technology Committee that this was not identified in the trials.

‘We know from very extensive clinical trials that this wasn’t a feature,’ she said.

Allergic reactions to the vaccine are ‘very rare’, according to the trials involving more than 40,000 people.

Pfizer found a ‘very small number’ during its phase three clinical studies, which found 137 out of 19,000 people. This compared to a comparable 111 in a group of the same size who didn’t get the vaccine.

They also identified 12 possible side-effects from the vaccine, with seven identified as ‘very common’ meaning they are likely to affect more than one in ten people. Below are the known side effects.

The patient safety leaflet for the vaccine cautions that anyone with an allergy to any of the active substances in the vaccine should not receive the jab.

It adds: ‘Signs of an allergic reaction may include itchy skin rash, shortness of breath and swelling of the face or tongue.’ 

Allergic reactions to the vaccine are:

Very common (Likely to affect more than one in ten people)

  • Pain at injection site
  • Tiredness
  • Muscle pain
  • Chills
  • Joint pain
  • Fever
  • Headache 

Common (Likely to affect up to one in ten people)

  • Injection site swelling
  • Redness at injection site
  • Nausea 

Uncommon (May affect one in 100 people) 

  • Enlarged lymph nodes
  • Feeling unwell

 

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Alaska healthcare worker suffered serious allergic reaction from Pfizer’s coronavirus vaccine  

An Alaska healthcare worker suffered a serious allergic reaction after receiving Pfizer’s coronavirus vaccine on Tuesday, a new report claims.

Three people familiar with the matter told The New York Times that the person was hospitalized and was in stable condition as of Wednesday morning.

The worker allegedly had no history of allergies to any medication but it’s unknown if he or she had any other allergies.

The allergic reaction is believed to be similar to the anaphylactic-like reactions suffered by two healthcare workers in Great Britain, both whom have since recovered, after they were given the Pfizer-BioNTech SE vaccine.

With hundreds of thousands of Americans expected to be dosed in the U.S. over the next few weeks, health officials will be on the watch to see if any other recipients experience severe reactions. 

A healthcare worker in Alaska suffered a severe allergic reaction after receiving Pfizer Inc’s coronavirus vaccine. Pictured: Dr. Chadi Ibrahim (right) receives the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine from Susan Grand at the Beaumont Service Center in Southfield, Michigan, December 15

The worker, who is hospitalized in stable condition, has no history of drug allergies, but it is unknown if he or she suffered from other allergies. Pictured: Pfizer's vaccine

The worker, who is hospitalized in stable condition, has no history of drug allergies, but it is unknown if he or she suffered from other allergies. Pictured: Pfizer’s vaccine

‘We don’t yet have all the details of the report from Alaska about a potential serious allergic reactions but are actively working with local health authorities to assess,’ a Pfizer spokesperson told CNN.

‘We will closely monitor all reports suggestive of serious allergic reactions following vaccination and update labeling language if needed.

‘The prescribing information has a clear warning/precaution that appropriate medical treatment and supervision should always be readily available in case of a rare anaphylactic event following the administration of the vaccine.’ 

DailyMail.com has reached out to Pfizer for a request for comment. 

Anaphylactic shock is a severe and potentially life-threatening reaction to an allergy from food, medicine or even a type of material.

The immune system releases chemicals that flood the body, blood pressure suddenly drops, and airways narrow, which prevents someone from breathing normally.

Symptoms usually occur within minutes and include hives, a weak pulse, nausea, vomiting, dizziness and a swollen tongue or throat. 

If not treated immediately, it can lead to death. 

 

PFIZER VACCINE SIDE EFFECTS

British regulators are advising that anyone who has a history of ‘significant’ allergic reactions to medicines, food or vaccines should not get the Pfizer coronavirus jab.

Allergic reactions to the vaccine are ‘very rare’, according to the trials involving more than 40,000 people.

Pfizer found a ‘very small number’ during its phase three clinical studies, or 137 out of 19,000 people who got the vaccine. But 111 people who were given a placebo also had allergic reactions. 

They also identified 12 possible side-effects from the vaccine, with seven identified as ‘very common’ meaning they are likely to affect more than one in ten people. Below are the known side effects.

The patient safety leaflet for the vaccine cautions that anyone with an allergy to any of the active substances in the vaccine should not receive the jab.

Allergic reactions to the vaccine are:

Very common (Likely to affect more than one in ten people)

  • Pain at injection site
  • Tiredness
  • Muscle pain
  • Chills
  • Joint pain
  • Fever
  • Headache 

Common (Likely to affect up to one in ten people)

  • Injection site swelling
  • Redness at injection site
  • Nausea 

Uncommon (May affect one in 100 people) 

  • Enlarged lymph nodes
  • Feeling unwell

In the U.K., two National Health Service (NHS) staff members with a history of severe allergies suffered reactions after being immunized.

One of the workers, a 49-year-old woman, had a history of egg allergies and the other, a 40-year0old woman, had a history of drug allergies. 

Both of them carried devices that contain epinephrine, a hormone that relaxes the airway muscles, in case they suffered any reactions.

A third patient also had a ‘possible allergic reaction,’ but British authorities did not describe it not give an update on the patient.

Pfizer says its jab is not made with any egg ingredients. 

After the reactions, the U.K.’s Medicines & Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) issued a warning that anyone with severe allergic reaction to food or medicine not be given the vaccine. 

No such warning has yet been issued in the U.S.

About 32 million Americans have food allergies, according to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America. It’s unknown how many have drug allergies.

In fact, last weekend, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Americans people with serious allergies can be immunized as long as they are monitored for 30 minutes after getting the shot. 

However, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is requiring Pfizer to monitor for anaphylaxis in the U.S. and submit data, The Times reported.  

The agency has also advised people with allergies to consult with their physicians to ensure they are not allergic to any components of the vaccine. 

In a preliminary analysis of Pfizer’s vaccine posted online last week, prior to FDA approval, a group of scientists said the jab was safe. 

Among 20,000 volunteers, 137 given the shot had allergic reactions but so did 111 people who received the placebo.

This led researchers to dismiss the theory that the vaccine was a potential hazard. 

Four people given the vaccine were diagnosed with Bell’s Palsy, a type of facial paralysis.

However, trial scientists said there was no evidence the jab that caused the condition and that the figure was on par with the rate of Bell’s Palsy in the general population. 

‘Among non-serious unsolicited adverse events, there was a numerical imbalance of four cases of Bell’s palsy in the vaccine group compared with no cases in the placebo group, though the four cases in the vaccine group do not represent a frequency above that expected in the general population,’ the analysis read.

Pfizer’s vaccine began rolling out in the U.S. on Monday with 2.9 million people expected to receive the first doses.

There is currently no federal data on how many people has received the shot and most states have not revealed how many doses they have administered.

However, it is likely that tens of thousands of people across the country have been given the vaccine.

On Wednesday, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said 4,000 of the 87,750 doses received so far have been administered.

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Snoop scoops £10 million Corona beer deal after brand suffered £132 million loss

Snoop Dogg has been awarded a £10 million pay cheque to become the new face of Corona beer – with the brand hoping he can help turn around their fortunes.

The 49-year-old rap legend has been picked to front a new advertising campaign for the Mexican lager brand – which has seen a turbulent 2020 due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Back in February, it was reported that Anheuser-Busch In Bev – who own Corona beer – had suffered losses of £132 million as a direct result of coronavirus, although more recent reports have revealed Corona is still the most valuable beer brand despite the pandemic.

Snoop’s new deal with the beer brand has added to his $150 million (£113 million) net worth – and follow a £5 million deal for him to front adverts for home delivery service Just Eat.

Snoop Dogg is the new face of Corona beer

A source told The Sun of the new partnership: “The deal with them made Snoop around £10million — which isn’t bad going if you think he has made £5million already from his deal with Just Eat.

“This year he has been the face of big brands including Just Eat, Burger King and Dunkin’ Donuts.

The report says the £10 million payout includes a new advert that beer and music fans will soon see on television.

Snoop recently bagged £5 million to be the face of Just Eat

While it is implied brand bosses hope Snoop can boost the fortunes of rate beer brand.

The source continued: “The bosses at Corona also liked Snoop’s take on how he lives his life — he’s easy-going and makes the best of every situation.”

They added: “Given what has been going on with coronavirus, they needed to make sure the brand came out on top, without making light of what’s been a really hard year for so many people.”

A report by Brand Finance in August this year said that Corona beer had seen £112 million wiped off it’s brand value by the pandemic.

However, the report concluded that the brand was still the most valuable beer brand in the world.

The Morning Advertiser linked the continued success of the brand to the fact that it had become available on draft in the UK for the first time in pubs in October 2019, leading to a boost in sales.

While a spokesperson for Anheuser-Busch In Bev told the publication at the time that the beer brand’s sales had been growing at a rate of 21% before the pandemic – and the “momentum” had continued following the introduction of on-draft sales.

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Rahul Roy, who recently suffered a stroke, will play a stroke victim in new film, titled Stroke


Actor Rahul Roy, who recently suffered a stroke on the sets of his upcoming project, will reunite with the same director for a new film, in which he plays a stroke victim. The film will be titled Stroke.

Earlier this week, the actor provided health updates on social media. Sharing pictures from the hospital with his sister Pia Grace Roy and his brother Rohit, who is in Canada, he wrote, “Family love. Recovering. A picture from the hospital @nanavatihospital Will be back soon. Love you all Rahul Roy #rahulroy.”

 

In an interview to Mumbai Mirror, director Nitin Kumar Gupta said that Rahul was taken home by his sister on Monday, and will continue speech therapy. Their next film together, titled Sayonee, will release in December.

Nitin said, “This will be his first release after the stroke and while other producers might be hesitant to work with him for a while, I plan to launch my next with him in February. It’s a murder mystery titled Stroke. Coincidentally, the film’s protagonist, played by Rahul, witnesses a murder but is unable to name the murderer because he has suffered a stroke. We are mixing reality with fiction.”

Rahul was shooting for LAC – Live The Battle, when he suffered the stroke. He had to be airlifted to Mumbai. “Rahul has been a close friend of the director and he was the first one on the project,” producer Nivedita Basu told Mumbai Mirror, “Kargil had extreme weather conditions and they had gone up to -12°C and -13°C, so it was just a matter of time when someone would have succumbed to the cold, and I think that’s exactly what happened with Rahul. His one day of the shoot was still left but when we got to know about him, we told Nitin that we need to get him out.”

Also read: Rahul Roy shares pics, videos from hospital, thanks fans for good wishes: ‘Will be back soon’

Rahul is best known for his role in Mahesh Bhatt’s hit 90s movie Aashiqui. He was also the winner of Bigg Boss season 1.

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Andrea McLean regrets not seeking help earlier when she suffered breakdown

Loose Women star Andrea McLean has said her biggest regret in life is not seeking help earlier when she suffered a nervous breakdown.

The telly regular, 51, found herself in a dark place as she battled crippling mental health issues and even found herself contemplating suicide.

She has made a recovery after seeking professional and Andrea admits she wishes she’d reached out sooner.

When asked to name her biggest regret in life, she told The Sun : “That I took so long to get help.

“I wish I’d done it years ago. But I believe everything happens when it’s supposed to. I don’t care so much about what people think now.”

In October, Andrea bravely opened up on the dark night where she wanted to take her own life.

Andrea McLean has said she regrets not seeking help earlier when she suffered a breakdown

Andrea was in a hotel room for work when months of money worries and stress ­culminated in a sudden ­onslaught of suicidal feelings.

“Unless someone’s been there it’s impossible to describe,” she told The Mirror. “It lasted a night and it was the longest night, dark and horrible. I was on the floor, pacing the room and crying.”

“The next morning I got up off the floor and went to work. I spent a whole day pretending everything was fine. By the time I got home I thought, ‘It’s passed. I still don’t feel right but I don’t want to think about it any more.’ So I never mentioned it.”

She has since bounced back and recently decided to take control of her life by quitting her job on Loose Women.

She is stepping down from Loose Women at Christmas

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Andrea admitted there are other projects she wants to work on and decided to take a leap of faith by stepping down from the panel.

She told fellow panellists Janet Street Porter, Judi Love and Stacey Solomon she thought hard about her future during the coronavirus pandemic.

Andrea said: “As you know I had a really rough year, and I think anyone who has experienced any kind of mental distress.

Andrea has decided to focus on other projects

“I had a breakdown last year and then obviously we have a global pandemic, you stop and think about your life, everyone was saying, ‘I can’t wait to go back to as it was’.

“And I thought ‘If you discount this year and go into next year, that means next year I will be going back to 2019.’

“I want to look forward and, how do I want my life to be? I realised I need to be brave, I need to make bold steps, I am 51, so how much longer have I got?”

* Samaritans (116 123) operates a 24-hour service available every day of the year. If you prefer to write down how you’re feeling, or if you’re worried about being overheard on the phone, you can email Samaritans at [email protected]

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What consequences in adult life can bullying suffered in childhood have? The State

Our experiences and learnings from the childhood they reverberate for the rest of our lives. This applies to both good and bad things, and bullying is one of those bad things that will stay with us for a long time.

According WorldPsychologists, the consequences of bullying that manifest themselves in adulthood interfere with our relationships with others, but they also affect how we perceive and feel about ourselves.

Low self-esteem

One of the main consequences of bullying in adult life is low self-esteem. Bullying causes the adult not to love or value himself enough, which negatively affects their mental health.

In other terms, the adult may have a distorted conception of himself, leading him to think that an area of ​​his body is disproportionate or ugly, even if it is not. You may also think that you are not worthy of the affection of your environment, or that you are a person without the same capabilities as others.

Tendency to avoid conflict

It is quite probable that a person who suffered violence in childhood will not be able to express his opinion in normal conditions, limiting yourself to situations in which it is strictly necessary for you to communicate what you think. It could also happen that you only express your opinion to complain about a certain situation.

Inhibition or distrust of others

Suffering from low self-esteem can limit relationships with other people. Source: Shutterstock

In childhood, bullying induces social isolation as a mechanism to avoid confrontation with bullies. Because of this, the child may experience difficulties when interacting with others.

The continuous feeling of loneliness that the child feels can accompany him until he becomes an adult, which can be very detrimental to the working life of the adult insofar as they are involved in environments or situations in which trust is a vital component of labor relations and life in society.

Social skills deficit

Bullying causes a state of social isolation that prevents the boy face sufficient social situations to allow polish your skills to relate to others. This causes the child to be socially awkward when interacting with others during adulthood.

RKnowing the repercussions of bullying in our adulthood allows us to better address them. This will help us deal with them and work on them so that they do not affect us too much and prevent us from aspiring to have an optimal quality of life.

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Meghan Markle Reveals She Suffered A Miscarriage: It’s An ‘Unbearable Grief’


In an emotional essay for the ‘New York Times,’ Meghan Markle opened up about suffering a devastating miscarriage over the summer.

Meghan Markle was pregnant with her second child earlier this year, but suffered a devastating miscarriage in July. Prince Harry’s wife shared her story by writing an op-ed for the New York Times, which was published on Nov. 25. She revealed that was changing her son, Archie’s, diaper when she lost her second baby.

“I dropped to the floor,” she recalled. “[I] sensed that something was not right. I knew, as I clutched my firstborn child, that I was losing my second.” Meghan and Harry rushed to the hospital. While “[staring] at the cold white walls,” Meghan remembered “[trying] to imagine how [they’d] heal. She added, “Losing a child means carrying an almost unbearable grief, experienced by many but talked about by few.”

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry on a stroll in the rain. (MEGA)

Meghan wrote the op-ed to encourage readers to check in on others, and make sure they are simply ‘doing ok.’ She recalled one of her first times in New York City when she saw a woman crying on the sidewalk and asked her cab driver if they should check on her. He assured her that someone would stop and ask the woman if she was alright.

“Now, all these years later, in isolation and lockdown, grieving the loss of a child, the loss of my country’s shared belief in what’s true, I think of that woman in New York,” Meghan admitted. “What if no one stopped? What if no one saw her suffering? What if no one helped? I wish I could go back and ask my cab driver to pull over. This, I realize, is the danger of siloed living — where moments sad, scary or sacrosanct are all lived out alone. There is no one stopping to ask, ‘Are you okay?’”

She also opened up about the topic of miscarriage being ‘taboo’ and why not talking about it does not help with healing. “Some have bravely shared their stories; they have opened the door, knowing that when one person speaks truth, it gives license for all of us to do the same,” Meghan continued. “We have learned that when people ask how any of us are doing, and when they really listen to the answer, with an open heart and mind, the load of grief often becomes lighter — for all of us. In being invited to share our pain, together we take the first steps toward healing.”

Meghan and Harry got married in May 2018 and welcomed their son Archie one year later. At the beginning of 2020, they announced that they would be leaving their royal duties to move to North America. After spending several months in Canada, they relocated to California, where they have been living ever since. Meghan and Harry have kept an extremely low profile since their move to the United States.



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Meghan Markle reveals she has suffered a miscarriage


Meghan Markle reveals she has suffered a miscarriage in opinion piece for the New York Times, saying: ‘I knew, as I clutched my firstborn child, that I was losing my second’

  • Duchess of Sussex revealed tragedy of lost baby in July in US newspaper article
  • She described feeling a ‘sharp cramp’ as she was changing Archie’s nappy
  • Hours later she was in hospital with Harry as they ‘tried to imagine how we’d heal’

Meghan Markle today revealed she has suffered a miscarriage since moving to the United States.

The Duchess of Sussex has said she lost her second child after feeling a ‘sharp cramp’ while changing her son Archie’s nappy in July.

Writing in the New York Times today Ms Markle described falling ill at home in Los Angeles and being in hospital watching her husband Harry’s ‘heart break as he tried to hold the shattered pieces of mine’ while they grieved for their baby. 

Describing the tragic moment she realised ‘something was not right’, she said: ‘After changing his diaper, I felt a sharp cramp. I dropped to the floor with him in my arms, humming a lullaby to keep us both calm, the cheerful tune a stark contrast to my sense that something was not right.

In the piece called ‘losses we share’, she said: ‘I knew, as I clutched my firstborn child, that I was losing my second’.

Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, pictured in South Africa on one of her final royal visits at a charity supporting mothers

Meghan wrote that it had happened on a July morning that ‘began as ordinarily as any other day’.

The Duchess of Sussex said she had woken up, fed the dogs, tidied up Archie’s clothes and crayons before ‘throwing my hair in a ponytail before getting my son from his crib’.

She then felt a pain in her stomach as she changed Archie’ nappy and then dropped to the floor holding him as she lost her unborn baby.

Ms Markle wrote: ‘Hours later, I lay in a hospital bed, holding my husband’s hand. I felt the clamminess of his palm and kissed his knuckles, wet from both our tears. Staring at the cold white walls, my eyes glazed over. I tried to imagine how we’d heal’.



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