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Joy Cagil

Member since: June 27, 2011

Articles By Joy Cagil

During the last few decades, we moved many times from place to place, buying and selling houses and other property. To my knowledge, not even the most respectable bank that carried our mortgage ever had anything to do with any FICO score. I first he

By: Joy Cagill Finance l March 2, 2011 lViews: 101

A slip of paper with the information below was handed to me by one of the brave women I had the pleasure of knowing during the meeting of a local support group. She said, "Whatever you do, make sure at least one person reads it." "Of all the ca

By: Joy Cagill Health & Medical l March 2, 2011 lViews: 100

Teenage Suicide When we judge by the statistics, it is estimated that about 100,000 people kill themselves a year in the USA. Of this number only 30,000 are reported as suicides. Of these 30,000 people, 2000 are in their teenage years. First, th

By: Joy Cagill Health & Medical l March 2, 2011 lViews: 97

During the time I was growing up, I was surrounded by photographs and people who had a love for the camera. Since I am not a youngster, I believe this is true of most of the people who are alive during this period in history, but there was a time wh

By: Joy Cagill Hobbies l March 2, 2011 lViews: 103

What would a well-organized office look like? Shouldn't it be arranged in the way to save the worker time and effort? It is true that the technological revolution is overtaking the office, but work, thus far, depends on the worker's time and space.

By: Joy Cagill Home Based Business l March 2, 2011 lViews: 98

What will 2006 bring? As I try to foresee 2006, leaning on my educated or in reality not so educated guessing, I'll begin with Sudoku puzzles. True, these puzzles are rooted in 2005, but one has to step back a little to get the wider view of the hor

By: Joy Cagill Humor l March 2, 2011 lViews: 108

Not everything that comes through the mail is valid. Most of the mail I receive--be it through US Post office or my e-mail--is just plain annoying. Still, there must be some people, even friends, who assume that I enjoy receiving so much garbage. Th

By: Joy Cagill Internet l March 2, 2011 lViews: 84

Some scientists who work with dolphins believe that these sea-dwellers show a sense to the disability and physical trauma associated with function and pain in humans, therefore making the cranio-sacral therapy possible. Dolphins, with their internal

By: Joy Cagill Technology & Science l March 2, 2011 lViews: 93

Dale Carnegie advised to let criticism run like rain off the umbrella while we stay dry underneath. Ignoring the critic, however, may not be the correct thing to do in some situations because we may need to learn from his criticism. Also, when ignor

By: Joy Cagill Other l March 2, 2011 lViews: 85

Criticism is hard to take. When faced with criticism unawares, our first reaction--usually--is getting defensive. Next may be denial, thinking we are not guilty of what we are criticized about. Then the feelings of anger at our critic and a countera

By: Joy Cagill Other l March 2, 2011 lViews: 96