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Welcome to Humanastory. A community created with one goal in mind - Human Companionship.

Our core belief is a simple one; everyone has a story, everyone is the story. Your experiences in life define who you are and what choices you will make.

What if you could share what you have learned from the experience with someone just beginning that same journey. What would you say to them?

We are the story of humanity, one person at a time.

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    Humanastory is a byproduct of my personal life's experiences; my hopes and desires are to connect people together through shared experiences – your stories. More importantly, it is about human companionship and special closeness that only comes from bringing people together with the aim of helping each other. I wanted to be able to tell your stories and share your experiences with everyone who could benefit from them. I feel that by telling your stories you can share that moment that forever changed who you are to someone in that same situation, effectively changing their lives through shared experiences and possibly making a friend in the process.

    The idea here is to not just tell your stories, but rather, to share the journey in how you overcame that moment in your life; all while allowing others to live the experience to allow them to connect to the one sharing it – YOU! Feel free to share your stories that have dragged you to the depths of despair, but, do not forget to share how you have overcome what held you down in that moment, and how you learned from the experience.

    Humanastory gives you the resources to express your experiences, all while helping those who otherwise would fail in the same situations - the help to stand up and face what is in front of them knowing they do not have to do it alone. I truly believe everyone has the ability to succeed in life.

    Enjoy, and welcome to Humanastory. Welcome to your new family.

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  • A Mother's Lesson

    Do you remember the last time you spoke to your mother? If you do, when was that? Do you remember the last time you expressed how much you love her? and if so, when? I am unsure if it is only me but I feel that we tend to have this habit of shying away from the expressing how important our mother and or our father is to us. I must admit that I am not used to expressing how much I love my parents. I seldom say those three little words: "I Love You". It is not because I am shy about using the

    Brian Klein
    Brian Klein
    Physical Related 1

    Turning The Cheek

    My dad was brought up as a Jehovah’s Witness. He was the head of the house – what he said, went. My sister was a goody-goody, because even though she was ten years older than me, she was afraid of him. But I never was: if he told me to make him a cup of tea, I’d say, ‘haven’t you got legs?’ And I’d get a beating. Because of that, I never listened to him. My older brother was psychotic and I never got on with him, but my little brother was my support. He was always trying to look after me. I

    Brian Klein
    Brian Klein
    Life Related 8

    His Name Was Harry

    How do you grieve for someone you never got the chance to know, never grew up with to see how they would turn out and never know how they may have influenced your own life? My brother died when he was seven years old, barely scratching the surface of a life he would never come to realise. I was two years old at the time, so memories of my brother are vague and fleeting. Sixty years later and I find myself grieving for the brother I never got to know. It’s not the immediate and impactin

    Brian Klein
    Brian Klein
    Latest Submissions 4

    Forgiving Myself

    That morning my dad was due to drive me to my job at the telephone exchange but decided at the last minute to have a lie-in, so I drove myself instead. As I climbed a steep hill, I saw a taxi waiting to pull out on the right and – concerned he’d pull out in front of me – I kept my eyes firmly fixed on him. At the brow of the hill I kept my foot firmly on the accelerator but suddenly on the pedestrian crossing in front of me I saw an elderly woman. As I slammed on the brake she looked up in

    Brian Klein
    Brian Klein
    Life Related 2

    Paralyzing Moment of Reflection

    It was about three and a half years ago. I was standing on the sidewalk waiting to cross the street when a pickup came through the intersection trying to turn right. His rate of speed and blood alcohol caused him to go up on the sidewalk and hit me. Now, I am a nurse and have always wanted to be a nurse. I loved my job. The injuries that I had sustained from this accident, left me with a paralyzed arm among other injuries. The driver was a young man in his 20's. The full extent of the law w

    Brian Klein
    Brian Klein
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    The First Step

    My lovely mum always said that I inherited her nerves. Certainly, I was a sensitive kid, and felt the lash of depression from an early age. My first encounter with it was when I moved to senior school. The transition overwhelmed me and I felt threatened at every corner. In a bid to win some courage I started training in martial arts. My martial arts instructor was a charismatic man who took me under his wing. I was in awe of him and after a short period of subtle and insidious grooming, he

    Brian Klein
    Brian Klein
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  • Home Remedies for Bronchitis

    Sometimes a run-of-the-mill upper respiratory tract infection takes a turn for the worse and is no longer just a common cold. You cough, you wheeze, you have shortness of breath. You say you have a chest cold, but your doctor calls it acute bronchitis, also known as a lower respiratory tract infection. It sounds scary, but usually isn’t very serious, and most of the time you won’t need antibiotics because the majority of cases result from a viral infection, like a cold or flu. --- Miscellan

    Brian Klein
    Brian Klein
    Physiological

    Some Causes of Mucus In the Chest?

    Inflammation and a buildup of mucus in the chest can cause unpleasant symptoms like wheezing, sleep difficulties, and a sore throat. Congestion is also often accompanied by a cough that brings up phlegm. Some mucus in the chest is normal, and having excess mucus from occasionally is usually not a cause for concern. However, if a person regularly has an uncomfortable amount of chest congestion, or if it is accompanied by other symptoms, they should see a doctor. --- Miscellaneous Inform

    Brian Klein
    Brian Klein
    Physiological

    Loneliness Study By UC San Diego

    The pang of loneliness is far higher than even the gloomiest of previous estimates, according to a new study from UC San Diego researchers. Three-fourths of Americans experience moderate to high levels of loneliness, said the study, published Tuesday in International Psychogeriatrics. Previous studies found loneliness rates of 17 to 57 percent. Men and women were equally affected. --- Miscellaneous Information --- 3 out of 4 Americans are lonely, UCSD study says

    Brian Klein
    Brian Klein
    Psychological

    Yoga Benefits

    Workout fads come and go, but virtually no other exercise program is as enduring as yoga. It's been around for more than 5,000 years. Yoga does more than burn calories and tone muscles. It's a total mind-body workout that combines strengthening and stretching poses with deep breathing and meditation or relaxation. There are more than 100 different forms of yoga. Some are fast-paced and intense. Others are gentle and relaxing. --- Miscellaneous Information ---

    Brian Klein
    Brian Klein
    Physiological

    Age and Loneliness

    Isolation and loneliness are serious problems for older adults. They become less mobile, their friends and relatives die, hearing loss and other physical limitations make it harder to communicate with others, and seniors are often reluctant to even try to make new friends. Young people, they say, are not interested, and, as for other older people, why bother, they will die soon anyway. How To Reduce Loneliness In Old Age WWW.FORBES.COM Loneliness is an

    Brian Klein
    Brian Klein
    Psychological

    Understanding Loneliness

    Loneliness is a universal human emotion that is both complex and unique to each individual. Because it has no single common cause, the prevention and treatment of this potentially damaging state of mind can vary dramatically. For example, a lonely child who struggles to make friends at his school has different needs than a lonely old man whose wife has recently died. In order to understand loneliness, it's important to take a closer look at exactly what we mean by the term "lonely," as well

    Brian Klein
    Brian Klein
    Psychological
  • The Wine Room

    There is no whining in the wine room.

    Dave Cobbledick
    Dave Cobbledick
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    The Green Thumb

    What is there to say, it is all about the greenery around the planet! Tell us what you know!

    Kristina Klein
    Kristina Klein
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    The Captain's Room

    This is a club for all you Star Trek fans who would like to talk about the different Captain's that appeared in the various Star Trek series - if you're a Trekker then this club is for you.

    Dave Cobbledick
    Dave Cobbledick
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  • Am I Done Yet?

    I been asking myself that question since i started the Chemo. I don't know who i'm asking, but it starts a verification in my mind going over all the things i've said and done to people through out my life. I feel like i understand people better, the way they act, what they say what they do and how they are going to feel when i say or do something with them. I understand why i did things wrong when i knew it wasn't right. Am i done yet? have i learned what i was supposed to learn ?  I feel i hav

    Jay Demello
    Jay Demello
    Jay Demello's Journal 1

    Power of Words

    Words are amazing and strong; they can be both nurturing and destructive. Words are as symbolic as they are historic; and people use words every day – but do we actually understand what we are doing every time we talks; sure we understand sounds; but, do we actually hear when someone speaks. Do we actually listen to their words? Do we ingest what we hear, not just regurgitate what is said? Do we completely and fully, and without bias hear those words as if they are our own; are we fully understa

    Brian Klein
    Brian Klein
    Brian Klein's Journal

    Family

    What is family to you? I think it is different for everyone. For me personally... family means you stick up for one another, you are there in the good and bad times, and always show support and respect for each other. All too often these days family does not relate back to blood. Most families are friends that have been in your life and show you love and respect when your blood relatives either don't want to make the time or they simply don't care enough to bother with anyone outside of themselv

    Kristina Klein
    Kristina Klein
    Kristina Klein's Journal 1

    Gratitude and Karma

    A lot has happened in my recent days, most of which I couldn’t begin to explain with any other word, other then – ‘Thankful’. I am not a person whom believes in, well, a great many things when just merely shown to me – I tend to be skeptical and very critical of those that would explain large events away to some deity in the sky riding a cloud and throwing bolts of light at the ground. This line of thinking has just as much merit as a man who sails the mighty sky once a year to deliver presents

    Brian Klein
    Brian Klein
    Brian Klein's Journal

    Thoughts on Perception

    Perception is a tricky little word that controls the creation of impressions– it is the power of reframing thoughts; it is the power to control emotions, the power to rebrand ideas and the power to change one’s views. How you frame ideas really does matter, how you use words when describing something really matters; do you call them crazy conspiracy theorists, or those who can see an actual events unfolding, and are trying warn us, to clues that we would otherwise miss; because these two things

    Brian Klein
    Brian Klein
    Brian Klein's Journal

    Your Life

    Your life – like a stone being thrown into a lake – has what is known as a ‘ripple effect’; this ripple effect that your stone has begun, has a great impact on the lake that now surrounds it – these effects far exceed your existence, and are far greater than you ever thought possible. While some of you just don’t care because you can’t see past your own blinders; or really don’t want to begin to understand this logic because you believe it has little, if any, effect on you now, or ever; we assur

    Brian Klein
    Brian Klein
    Brian Klein's Journal
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