Here are 5 things you should know.
1. Strangulation can have serious delayed effects and you should always seek medical assistance after being strangled.
Always always always seek medical assistance to check you over even if you feel fine. Cutting off oxygen for any amount of time causes brain damage, and the delayed effects could be life-threatening.
2. If you get a bad feeling about someone upon meeting them, don’t outright dismiss the feeling.
All humans can notice when someone is not being genuine, due to a response we developed through evolution to predators. This evolutionary response is well known to trigger around psychopaths in particular, who tend to be very deceptive.
It maybe something else, you might have noticed something which you may have linked with bad people in your mind, but either way, it’s worth considering why you had that feeling about them based on nothing but the way they acted when you first met them.
Your instinct may well be wrong, but it’s certainly worth considering, and if a bad feeling about someone doesn’t go away, I would suggest avoiding them, there’s a solid chance they’re bad news.
3. Netflix puts up a lot of their documentaries for free on YouTube.
If you YouTube search Netflix educational documentaries playlist a whole bunch with coming up including 13th, Vox explained, our planet, chasing coral, knock down the house, period end of a sentence, babies, abstract, zion, and the white helmets.
Here’s the link: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLvahqwMqN4M0GRkZY8WkLZMb6Z-W7qbLA
4. If you adopt a very young child or baby, tell them they were adopted right from the start, don’t wait until they’re older.
“The few studies that exist indicate that the late discovery of adoption is linked to psychological distress and feelings of anger, betrayal, depression, and anxiety.”
In this study, it states that “Results indicated that those who learned of their adoptions from age 3 and older reported more distress and lower life satisfaction when controlling for the number of time adoptees have known of their adoption statuses and their use of coping strategies.”
Basically, if you tell them right from the start, including, of course, that you love them, it is much better for the child’s mental health.