If The Words She's Singing Hit Close To Home, Just Know You're Not Alone

No relationship is perfect, but it should never ever turn abusive — whether mentally or physically. But let’s be real: It happens. And if/when it does, what is one supposed to do? Walking away can be extremely difficult, and it’s not always the most feasible or safest option either. Other times it is. That’s why I think no matter the situation, if this song can touch just one person or help a friend get to talking to another in need, then its job has been done. We have to have each other's backs.

If The Words She's Singing Hit Close To Home, Just Know You're Not Alone

Everyone has heard stories of the strange and intense food cravings women get when pregnant. There's the pregnant woman who had to have dill pickles dipped in ice cream or the one who couldn't make it through the night without a bucket of a specific type of fried chicken.

Researchers have yet to lock down the exact reason why pregnant women have these seemingly unnatural cravings, but there are a few reasons that are often cited. Women who are pregnant experience heightened senses of smell and taste that can have a direct effect on their appetites.

Some researchers believe their bodies may be craving specific nutrients they need for a healthy pregnancy. Others have suggested that dietary requests at odd hours may be a way for a pregnant person to develop a supportive bond with their partner before the baby arrives.

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