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Hello fellow LLSB readers,

Firstly i just want to personally say a bit thank you to everyone who still continuously read my blogs and post. It’s amazing to know that people worldwide from India, Australia, America, Europe all read this blog. Thank you once again for 2000 views and I shall be posting more updates soon. Lets hope for 5000 views now.

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Will be Gone for 2 weeks

Hello, 

On behalf of LLSB Team we would like to thank each individual reader for reading and staying up to date with our posts. Due to some personal issues and problems we will not be posting anything up for 2 weeks. We will be back exactly back on the 29th of July 2014. Keep following us and reading the updates you haven’t read? Enjoy our quizzes and stay tuned in to the songs we previously uploaded as the “Music Of The Day”. Follow us on Twitter— @LLSBTeam. We promise you we will back with a new bang. That means more bollywood, more tips, more quotes, more music and more interaction with our readers. We love you all. If you need any questions or answers please email us in the “ABOUT” section. We like reading your views and response. Do not hesitate and email us if you want.

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Aditya Roy Kapur covers Mandate

Aditya Roy Kapoor

Aditya Roy Kapur covers Madate for the July 2014 issue. He is the younger brother of Sidharth Roy Kapur and the brother-in-law of Vidya Balan. He acted in great movies like Aashiqui 2 opposite alleged girlfriend Shraddha Kapoor and ‘Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani’ with Ranbir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone. He is  currently working on ‘Daawat-E-Ishq’ opposite Parineeti Chopra

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Guess Who?

Guess Who

Guess who is this actress currently shooting in the picturesque locales of Himachal Pradesh! Hint: She’s not a main stream actress of the current days. She has starred in many Bollywood movies, but very few became so popular. Perhaps she is remembered for couple of films where she starred opposite Anil Kapoor few years ago.( Source: pinkvilla.com) 

Guess who 1

She is a famous actress who has appeared in some blockbuster Telugu films as well asBollywood films. Her fitness levels are famous and she has been around for a while. Who is she? Take a guess and leave your answers in the comments section below. The answer will be posted soon.

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Views on being a Christian

Today we thought about writing about religion. We respect each different culture and religion. Anyways today we want to share what religion means to us. Personally being a christian is great. There is sense of peace, a sense of calmness, a sense of love, a sense of happiness. What we most love is feeling Gods presence. Our good lord love us and has a divine purpose for everyone.This is our personal experience but whenever we pray to him we feel peaceful. We feel like that even though we have problems in our life, our god is with us. He has heard our prayers and according to him time and will he will bless us and find a resolution to our  problems. Sometimes we feel bad because today in this generation we commit sins and sometimes forget to ask for repentance. The aspect or point we’re trying to say is that even though we make mistake and ask repentance to god with a clean heart, he will forgive us.  For god nothing is impossible, everything is possible. He is a god who heals, touches, bless, loves, forgive his children. He loves us equally. This is how we feel about our religion. Share your comments below and tell us how you feel about your religion. God Bless you all

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Combating Self Harm

What is self harm?

Self-harm or self injury refers to people deliberately hurting their bodies and is often done in secret without anyone else knowing. Some young people do it once, while others do it to cope with particularly stressful events or as a way of coping over time. When they feel pressured or distressed they self-harm; it becomes their habit for dealing with difficult emotions.

The most common type of self-harm among young people is cutting, but there are many other types of self-harm including burning or punching the body, or picking skin or sores. People who deliberately injure themselves are not trying to kill themselves, they are trying to find a way to cope with difficulties and distress.

Why do people Self Harm themselves?

Many young people describe self-harm as a way of coping with feeling numb, or intense pain, distress or unbearable negative feelings, thoughts or memories. They are trying to change how they feel by replacing their emotional pain or pressure with physical pain. Some people harm themselves because they feel alone, and hurting themselves is the only way they feel real or connected. Others self-harm to punish themselves due to feelings of guilt or shame or to ‘feel again’.

For most young people self-harm is a coping mechanism, not a suicide attempt. However, people who repeatedly self-harm may also begin to feel as though they cannot stop, and this may lead to feeling trapped, hopeless and suicidal. People who self-harm are also more likely than the general population to feel suicidal and to attempt suicide.

Self-harm can be something that someone tries once, or it can become a habit as they search for relief from distress. The problem is that this relief is only temporary, and the circumstances usually remain. Some common areas which may lead to self harm is:

1) Difficulties or disputes with parents

2) School or work problems

3) Anxiety

4) Depression

5) Relationship problems

6) Low self esteem

7) Bullying

8) Drug or Alcohol Abuse

9) Distress and Intense emotions

How to Combat or help people who self harm ?

1) Confide in someone

If you’re ready to get help for cutting or self-harm, the first step is to confide in another person. It can be scary to talk about the very thing you have worked so hard to hide, but it can also be a huge relief to finally let go of your secret and share what you’re going through.

Deciding whom you can trust with such personal information can be difficult. Choose someone who isn’t going to gossip or try to take control of your recovery. Ask yourself who in your life makes you feel accepted and supported. It could be a friend, teacher, religious leader, counselor, or relative. But you don’t necessarily have to choose someone you are close to.

Eventually, you’ll want to open up to your inner circle of friends and family members, but sometimes it’s easier to start by talking to an adult who you respect—such as a teacher, religious leader, or counselor – who has a little more distance from the situation and won’t find it as difficult to be objective.

2) Learn to manage overwhelming stress or emotions

Understanding why you cut or self-harm is a vital first step toward your recovery. If you can figure out what function your self-injury serves, you can learn other ways to get those needs met—which in turn can reduce your desire to hurt yourself.

3) Professional treatment for self harm

You may also need the help and support of a trained professional as you work to overcome the self-harm habit, so consider talking to a therapist. A therapist can help you develop new coping techniques and strategies to stop self-harming, while also helping you get to the root of why you cut or hurt yourself.

Remember, self-harm doesn’t occur in a vacuum. It’s an outward expression of inner pain—pain that often has its roots in early life. There is often a connection between self-harm and childhood trauma.
Self-harm may be your way of coping with feelings related to past abuse, flashbacks, negative feelings about your body, or other traumatic memories. This may be the case even if you’re not consciously aware of the connection.

Sources : Helpguide.com and beyondblue.org.au

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