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'What do women want?' is a question ascribed to Freud that became a riddle from long forgotten times. Answers are more obvious today. Among other things, women want basic tools for self-direction and growth-among these tools are knowledge of their body's rhythms, and knowledge of their inner space and how to protect it.

Women must be encouraged to become students of their own individual condition – surely an interesting quest, if occasionally an uncomfortable one.

We taken on the task of such education and motivation – with wisdom, warmth, and clarity. Our Thai Girl website is exceedingly thorough, scientific, and understandable. The reader becomes a colleague in the quest for accurate information and its application to unique individuals. Our Thai Girl website will please the woman’s movement and consumer advocates with its honesty and emphasis on self-care and informed choice. Yet it will reach an even larger audience, as it has humor and balance and is never doctrinaire.

From makeup tips to product reviews, Thai-Girl covers all things a girl in Thailand can have on her mind. So, let's get this pretty party started! From good relations, breakups to bachelors, we know how you feel, lucky, it last at least for a month or so. Reactivate yourself, socially awkward girl attempts to transform into a sexy, social butterfly.

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Air Fresheners Dangerous for Humans

HealthResearch has shown that air fresheners pose a great risk to people – specifically expectant moms, who may suffer birth defects as a result. Air fresheners contain harmful chemicals that few moms and moms-to-be are aware of. Many could contain toxic chemicals, known as phthalates. These could cause hormonal abnormalities, birth defects and even reproductive problems.

A recent analysis of 14 common air fresheners by the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) found hormone-disrupting phthalates in 12 products, including some fresheners marketed as 'all-natural' and 'unscented'. None of the air fresheners listed phthalates on their labels.
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Luxury Jewelery on a Budget

ShoppingOnce upon a time, women waited patiently and unassumingly for handsome young men – often, though not exclusively, on horseback – to present them with jewels.

These days, however, some of us have become a little, shall we say, impatient; and, as Annie and Aretha would say, sisters are doing it for themselves. They’re discovering a whole world of precious and semiprecious pieces. The serious business of jewelery has become altogether more fun, with statement-making pieces saying less about wealth and more about personality.
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Beauty Skin Care with Olive Oil

CosmeticsThe olive tree is native to the Mediterranean basin. Wild olives were collected by Neolithic peoples as early as the eighth millennium BCE and Homer, dobbed olive oil 'liquid gold'. Today, more than 750 million olive trees are cultivated worldwide, 95 percent of them in the Mediterranean region.

Olives contain the largest percentage of squalane, although tiny amounts do exist in wheat germ oil, rice bran oil and yeast. Olive squalane is widely used as an emollient, skin conditioner and carrier oil in cosmetic applications and hair care, found in everything from face and eye creams to lip treatments. Squalane oil has even been marketed for its reported effects on cancer. Soft, silky and instantly absorbed, olive squalane is brilliant for clearing difficult skin problems when nothing else seems to do the trick. Topical squalane treatments also work well with oral supplementation, grabbing hold of lipid soluble toxins and enabling them to be excreted from the body.
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Fear of Competition?

Girl to GirlHave you ever bowed out of a situation the moment you sensed a whiff of competition – from colleagues, friends, enemies, other people? Research has shown that women and girls are more likely to 'opt out' when rivalry comes into the arena, while men and boys will up their game.

One theory is that women have been raised to feel that competitiveness is 'unfeminine'. But the truth is that most of us avoid competition for one reason only – fear of failure. 'It's about thinking, 'what happens if I lose?' Instead of 'What happens if I win?'.
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Food During Pregnancy - What Can and What Cannot

Kids & ParentsPregnant women really bring out the interfering worry-mongers in people. If you so much as lift a ham sandwich or a boiled egg or a tuna salad to your lips, someone is ready to snatch it away, shouting about mercury, salmonella or listeria. What? Sure, you must keep yourself and your baby safe, and that does mean you should avoid some foods, and eat others in moderation. But there's also a lot of misinformation. Therefore I will give you the real down-low on dietary nonsense while you're pregnant.

Food-borne bacteria and parasites are a worry for pregnant women because they (as well as older or sick people and newborns) are most at risk of infection because their immune systems are weakest. However, additionally, infections from bacteria such as salmonella and listeria, and parasites such as toxoplasma, can cross the placenta and harm the foetus too.

To avoid all kinds of bad bugs, make sure all your fruit and vegetables are well washed or peeled before eating them. Raw and undercooked meat is a no-no while you are pregnant, so order your steak well done, and yes, unfortunately this means you should also avoid sushi. Sorry! Steer clear of sprouts completely, as they are harder to wash and may carry germs. Don't eat food past its sell-by date, and keep your fridge, utensils and kitchen counters extra clean while you're pregnant.


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