I have a question. Last month I thought I was pregnant because I had had unprotected sex 5days before ovulation, but I got my period, even though it came a week early, it was full of clots (sorry TMI) I had no cramps, which never happens, but I had my period so I didn’t think I was pregnant anymore. This month, my period is due on the 25th, the past 2 days however, I have been having mild cramps, like the ones you get right before af arrives, but for me I have those a day before not 2 or more and it usually comes with brown spotting. This time nothing. It’s completely dry, my cm is tacky, and looks a lot like wet tissue. I have a very low cervix so I can always feel it. This time it’s soft and closed, so in totally confused. I don’t know what is happening. Someone please help
Wow, reading your post, I feel like I was listening to myself. Unfortunately for me, I have the kind of metabolism that works best with high protein, low carbs. (One thing that the Paleo diet ignores is that people do not come one size fits all in terms of body type and ideal dietary composition. I chalk it up to differences in various genetic types/strains within our overall human evolution.) At any rate, based on the very same rationale that you list here, for awhile I considered taking up hunting. I got as far as taking a firearm safety class, but I couldn’t go any further. Couldn’t bring myself to buy a long-gun. For now, I try to follow the basic principles described here and I add fish — particularly small fish (for safety) and oysters which have no centralized brain stem. . Yes, I know that fish are sentient; however, for me they’re low enough on the food chain that I feel reasonably okay about consuming them. It’s still a moral dilemma that I don’t feel great about. But I also don’t feel great at all on a vegetarian/vegan diet which I would far prefer from an ethical/moral standpoint. I will say this — while I no longer consider myself a Roman Catholic, I most certainly pray at mealtime and give thanks to that animal and those who did my dirty work for me.
A note about Learning Styles in young people's education, and by implication potentially elsewhere too: I am grateful to the anonymous person who pointed me towards a seemingly growing lobby among educationalists and educational researchers, towards the end of the first decade of the 2000s, which I summarise very briefly as follows: that in terms of substantial large-scale scientific research into young people's education, 'Learning Styles' theories, models, instruments, etc., remain largely unproven methodologies. Moreover, Learning Styles objectors and opponents assert that the use of, and certainly the heavy reliance upon, Learning Styles theory in formulating young people's education strategies, is of questionable benefit, and may in some cases be counter-productive.