Clinton

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  • Joined Apr 27, 2021

  • Living in Ashburn, United States

  • Last active Feb 14, 2022

Clinton

February 14, 2022

As soon as I came across this question, it brought to life a single statement spoken to me once which I don't think I will ever be able to get over. Along with it, there was a truckload of heartbreaking memories as well.So, back when I was in 8th grade, my physics teacher was a harasser. He wouldn't try to 'touch' me in front of everyone but his presence made me feel terribly uncomfortable and I could tell by the way he behaved that he didn't have clean intentions.When my best friend got to know of this, I don't understand what her thought pattern was but she said, 'my father said if you were his daughter, he would shoot you dead'.

Clinton

February 14, 2022

There are several things that are wrong with our society but if I had to pick one that pinches me the most it would have to be the fact that men are given an easier way out of everything. The 'boys will be boys' trend ensures them that no matter what they do, they will not be held accountable at all. They're free to do whatever they want whereas the girls are supposed to pay for their actions instead.The women in our society are judged for everything that they choose to do, even the choices that they make regarding their own bodies and lives. We, as a society, believe that we are entitled to pass judgments on any decisions that women make.

Clinton

February 14, 2022

I don't understand, what do you need to prepare yourself for? Or more like, what sort of preparations does one make before a date? I haven't been to many dates so I wouldn't know. However, if I was to say anything based on my experience, I would simply suggest that you don't 'fake' anything and be your true self and when I say true self, I really do mean that. If you crack lame jokes, do that or if you like to talk about your passions, do that.

Clinton

January 28, 2022

Straight up, no. I wouldn't lie and say that I willingly got the vaccine, but if I'm being completely honest, I did not have a lot of reservations against it anyways. My university issued a policy that anyone who isn't vaccinated won't be able to sit for the final exams so I went and got myself a shot (thank God, it was free!)Contrary to my expectations, I did not have any side effects other than the fact that my arm was quite sore for a couple of days (after the 2nd dose). So, I didn't mind much. The only time why I questioned my decision of getting vaccinated was when I tested positive for the virus two months after. I was taking all the necessary precautions, being cautious about attending any social events, AND I had gotten the vaccine yet there I was, stuck in my bed with a high-grade fever.However, I have also known several people who contracted the virus despite being vaccinated, but they had very slight symptoms (according to the experts, that is thanks to the vaccine only!). So, I would say, take your chances and if you're willing to, get vaccinated. Just make sure you are well aware of what vaccine you are getting and it's possible side effects.

Clinton

January 28, 2022

It's tragic how we're back to asking these questions at this time of the year, for every past three years now. The cases surge and all of us begin to panic, but we also don't care as much as we did the first time there was a surge. We just use the sanitizer more often, be more vigilant with our masks and brace ourselves for anything that may be thrown our way. I think this situation is quite similar as well and a second wave truly isn't inevitable.This may not be the case in every part of the world but in most, the cases are touching the peak and more deaths are being reported every other day. I only recently began to realize this because almost every other person around me has tested positive and is trying to make their way towards recovery.In my opinion, a second wave will always be inevitable in a world with Covid 19 as long as we're not completely quarantined and all sorts of activities are recovered. All the pandemics prior to this one followed a similar trend as well so with the number of variations this has, there is no way we can just escape. Yes, it's symptoms may be lesser grave and the vaccination may curb it almost completely but unfortunately, this is not a current scenario.

Clinton

January 28, 2022

if I'm being completely honest about it, I don't think anything about the Covid 19 vaccine. All I know is that we don't have a lot of choices here, it is quite evident that covid has the entire world within its grasp, and the probability of any of us falling prey to it is pretty high (especially in reference to the current scenario when there is a frequent surge in cases every now and then). So, why shouldn't we take our chances and get vaccinated?We know that it has no side effects that covid 19 doesn't already bring to the table. I wouldn't say that the vaccine is everything you need to stay protected, I tested positive for the virus after I had gotten vaccinated. However, what astonished me was that my brother, who was unvaccinated, had harsher symptoms as compared to me. It took him a while to recover when I recovered quite quickly. And if I'm being honest, I think I owe it entirely to my vaccine. Research studies prove that people who are vaccinated tend to experience slight symptoms only as compared to those who aren't vaccinated. Keep in mind that 'mild' or 'slight' in this regard is not being hospitalized.

Clinton

January 28, 2022

My experience was Coronavirus was terrible. I mean, I know one wouldn't expect anything better from a global pandemic that is sending the entire world to fits. However, I did not expect to feel the amount of exhaustion that I did either.I began showing symptoms earlier this month (January), my body felt feverish and I had chills but my body temperature was normal. I had no way to tell anyone I wasn't feeling well without seeming like someone who just needed attention, yet my entire body was collapsing.On the third day, I woke up with an earth-shaking cough and a sore throat. That is also when I got tested and had an X-ray. The x-ray showed some lung involvement and I began to experience difficulty in breathing as well. It was difficult to sleep for days and my body was too exhausted to cope with it. I remember this one time when I had to prepare a presentation, I turned my laptop on and I did not have any strength to type or make the slides. So, I sat there and I cried for about an hour before I found the energy to shut my laptop and get back into bed.

Clinton

January 28, 2022

I just recovered from Covid a few days ago and if there's anything I can tell you about that, it is that its symptoms can manifest themselves in different ways in each person. My brother, who tested positive on the same day that I did, had no diarrhea or fever throughout. Whereas, I, on the other hand, had the worst diarrhea.So, based on my personal experience, it is safe to say that diarrhea is a symptom of Covid 19, but if you have no other symptoms, it is less likely to be the virus.Experts are of the opinion that diarrhea is an early warning sign of Covid - 19, you may experience it before your symptoms begin to fully develop. In some cases, diarrhea along with other symptoms may lead to an increased risk of hospitalization. Diarrhoea caused by COVID-19 is similar to the upset tummy you might get from a regular stomach bug, such as rotavirus or norovirus. Diarrhea is common in children and adults and usually clears up by itself.As far as Covid 19 is concerned, children are very less likely to experience diarrhea as compared to adults. If you suspect covid, you should get tested as soon as possible and begin with symptomatic treatment.

Clinton

December 25, 2021

Finding a purpose in life can be a difficult and long journey. I wish it was as wonderful as most movies make it seem but that's far from the truth. Most people spend their entire lives trying to find purpose in their lives but are unable to find it. Everything that they end up with eventually begins to seem like it's not worth enough or is proved wrong.To begin with, the purpose we think we have is largely influenced by our life events, experiences with other people, and how we perceive reality. It may be the case that someone who lost his mother to cancer is of the perspective that his life's purpose is to build a cancer treatment institution.Similarly, in order to find your life's purpose, you're going to have to tap into your own self and look at what it wants. Analyze your experiences critically, what exactly happened? how can you save others from having a similar experience. We know that as humans, tragedy strikes us harder than a happy moment does. So look into your bad experiences, turn your hurt into healings for others.Personally, I am of the opinion that if you help others in any way possible, put a smile on someone's face, it will give your life a purpose. After all, there are only a few people who can live for others, right?

Clinton

December 25, 2021

If you've just landed in a foreign city of a foreign country, the first thing you might want to do is get your currency converted. Being in a country where you've never been before without cash can put you on the edge. Let's start with the basic necessities, you can't even buy food. So, find a trustworthy money convertor and get yourself ready to explore.Secondly, pay a visit to the hotel where you're planning to spend your upcoming days. You might want to roam around and explore the tourist attractions without having to worry about your luggage. Besides, you can familiarize yourself with the place and you won't have to worry about finding your way when the city's dark.If you're planning to stay for a long while, you should get a sim card when you step in. Otherwise, it'll be difficult for you to make calls when need be and you can't easily find telephone booths in every city (especially if you're traveling to a third-world country). However, if you're certain you'll be able to get WIFI wherever you go, a local sim card wouldn't be a necessity.Wherever you are traveling, I hope you have an incredible trip. You need to realize that at times it might not go as exactly you planned but that is okay. Sometimes being spontaneous is the key to having fun.

Credentials & Highlights

  • Joined Apr 27, 2021

  • Living in Ashburn, United States

  • Last active Feb 14, 2022