“Having a sister is like having a best friend you can’t get rid of. You know whatever you do, they’ll still be there.”
— Amy Li
It’s normal for siblings to argue and fight every once in a while. Misunderstandings and jealousy occur, and most of us sometimes hate our brothers’ or sisters’ attitude so much that we wish we are the only child in the family.
Yes, they can be utterly insensitive, selfish, and obnoxious at times. Still, the fact remains that we can choose our friends, but we can’t choose our family, right?
However, no matter how much we try to deny it, our family loves us unconditionally. They may utter harsh words and do insane and unacceptable things, but when tragedy strikes, we can always rely on them. As the old adage goes, “Blood is thicker than water,” and they will be there for us when we need them the most. They may refuse to show their love and concern, as showing their affection may appear melodramatic, but that doesn’t mean that they don’t love us.
Watch this video and try not to cry!
This heartbreaking Ad for the National Cancer Institute of Thailand titled, “Sisters”, shows the bitter truth about some sibling relationships. It is a story about hate, love, and redemption that will truly touch your heart.
He Started Off Building Imaginary House in Minecraft, Now He Got $4.5 Million House
The 23 year old Youtube star accumulated his wealthy by uploading videos of him playing “Minecraft.”
Gone are the times when our parents say there is no future in gaming. Those sleepless nights spent leveling up, no-lifing and mining items and gold coins, may actually just turn to cold hard cash.
If you're lucky you just might end up like CaptainSparklez or Jordan Maron in real life, the famed Minecraft Youtuber, who just recently bought his very own $4.5 million house in Hollywood Hills.
Jordan Maron, the 23 year old YouTube sensation, bought the massive hilltop mansion in Hollywood Hills for $4.5 million.
Woman with Rare Disease Begs Her Mother to Let Her Die, But Something Incredible Happens
The odds were certainly against her, but this didn’t stop the young woman from fighting.
Jessica Stevens never thought a simple itch behind her knee would lead to years of torment.
At 16, Stevens was living every teenager’s dream. Described as a responsible adolescent and a caring big sister, the young lady had her whole life ahead of her. No one knew that a simple tick bite would forever change the teen girl’s life.
For the next six years, Stevens suffered chronic severe pain as a result of Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD), a rare neurological disorder with no known cure. ...
Video Explains Why People Feel Better When They Help Others
Humans are wired to feel better when they help others out.
Is it really better to give than to receive? Why do people feel better when they help others? Is there a scientific explanation as to why no matter how mean a person is, he still has this inclination to help others or give something away?
The guys from AsapTHOUGHT made a video on why it really is better to give than to receive. There is a satisfaction we feel when we give something away or when we help somebody out, and science can explain that. Aside from the satisfaction we feel when we help others out, studies also revealed that there is a reward center in our brain that is activated when we buy things for others.
Another reason why we are inclined to help out those who are in need is because of the "mirror" response in our brains. We tend to see ourselves in their situation so we want to help them out....