Your Personality’s Effect on Your Health

Your health is controlled by your body, genes and mind and your personality plays a role in how long you stay alive and how healthy you are. Keep reading to know about your Your Personality’s

Why Women Suffer PTSD in Silence

Trauma can cause a lot of changes in your life. However, not everyone experiences traumatic events and suffers from PTSD; the ones who do often suffer silently. Do you know Why Women Suffer PTSD in

The Ambitious Fox and the Unapproachable Grapes

The Ambitious Fox and the Unapproachable Grapes by Guy Wetmore Carryl, 1898.   A farmer built around his crop A wall, and crowned his labors By placing glass upon the top To lacerate his neighbors,

The Arrogant Frog and the Superior Bull

The Arrogant Frog and the Superior Bull by Guy Wetmore Carryl, 1898.     Once, on a time and in a place Conducive to malaria, There lived a member of the race Of Rana Temporaria;

The Microscopic Trout and the Machiavellian Fisherman

The Microscopic Trout and the Machiavellian Fisherman by Guy Wetmore Carryl, 1898.     A fisher was casting his flies in a brook, According to laws of such sciences, With a patented reel and a

The Pampered Lapdog and the Misguided Ass

The Pampered Lapdog and the Misguided Ass by Guy Wetmore Carryl.     A woolly little terrier pup Gave vent to yelps distressing, Whereat his mistress took him up And soothed him with caressing, And

The Persevering Tortoise and the Pretentious Hare

The Persevering Tortoise and the Pretentious Hare by Guy Wetmore Carryl.     Once a turtle, finding plenty In seclusion to bewitch, Lived a dolce far niente Kind of life within a ditch; Rivers had

The Sycophantic Fox and the Gullible Raven

The Sycophantic Fox and the Gullible Raven by Guy Wetmore Carryl. A raven sat upon a tree, And not a word he spoke, for His beak contained a piece of Brie, Or, maybe, it was

The Unusual Goose and the Imbecilic Woodcutter

The Unusual Goose and the Imbecilic Woodcutter A parody in rhyme by Guy Wetmore Carryl, 1898.   A woodcutter bought him a gander, Or at least that was what he supposed, As a matter of