Saturday, April 10, 2010

Khas Untuk Sesiapa yang menjalani proses Putuih Chenta..

Advice to Heal a Broken Heart: 5 Tips

A friend of a friend of mine stumble upon this article in the web. Since March & April are full of couples breaking up, so I took this opportunity to share it with fellow bloggers. (Owh, not fact I've found my 'missing rib' a couple of weeks ago). This article is written by Susan Willis.

Going through the pain of a breakup is going to be an emotional challenge, no matter how you look at it. Healing a broken heart is never easy. Many people with broken hearts believe that they will be able to get over it quickly by just focusing on the future and trying to forget the past.

What they find, however, is that carrying a torch for someone after a breakup greatly resemble...

Going through the pain of a breakup is going to be an emotional challenge, no matter how you look at it. Healing a broken heart is never easy. Many people with broken hearts believe that they will be able to get over it quickly by just focusing on the future and trying to forget the past.

What they find, however, is that carrying a torch for someone after a breakup greatly resembles the grieving process. Psychologists tell us that grieving for a loved one who has died tends to follow a process of distinct stages. Not surprisingly, the process of mending a broken heart follows similar stages, ranging from denial to acceptance. It is only by going through this process that you can be clear-headed enough to determine what the next steps in your love life should be.

Here is my advice to heal a broken heart:

1. Do what you can to survive in the short term:

Dealing with a breakup can feel like it is tearing you apart inside. The initial shock and grief that accompany serious breakups is not something to get over quickly - it is actually something you need to survive. For the time being, remember that your current main goal should just be to do whatever you can to survive through this tough time intact. That way, you will be well-positioned for whatever comes next.

2. Don't expect others to understand:

The feelings of despair that can accompany a breakup are compounded by the fact that most of the people around you are not going through the same thing right as you are right now. So, the levels of sympathy you may expect from mere acquaintances and co-workers are likely not going to be as high as you might like. Of course, this doesn't mean that people don't care about you. It just means that they really can't relate to the depth of pain and frustration you are going through right now.

3. Remember that breakup pain is a universal human experience:

Even though you likely feel very-much alone in your pain right now, of course you are not. Actually, you are going through something that millions of people are going through right now around the world - and many more than that throughout history. Witness the countless "broken heart" and "lost love" songs that you can hear on the radio on any given day. Or, check the stock in the drama or romantic comedy sections of your local video store and realize just how many films have been made about this very pain. So, take heart in the fact that, while what you are experiencing feels intensely personal and lonely right now, on a larger level you are going through what countless others have (and are) also going through.

4. Spend extra time with friends and family:

In addition to giving yourself the time you need to reconnect with your own sense of self, another important step on the road to healing your broken heart is to do yourself a favor and spend some time with friends and family. They will realize that you are going through something serious and will try to help. It is important to let them in a little bit into your otherwise-private life and allow their love and affection for you to help heal your broken heart. The people that you care about will be very helpful when it comes to dealing with break up pain, if you let them.

5. Recognize that there are healthy ways to get over a breakup:

There is some good news amidst all of this pain and suffering you are going through: there is a "right" or healthy way to face a broken heart that will help you resolve things more quickly. It involves two parts: a. making your peace with the pain;
b. deciding if it makes sense to try to get back together with your ex.

So, follow this advice to heal a broken heart. First, comes to terms with the fact that you will survive this thing. Next, make sure you keep in mind that, regardless of how it may seem, you are actually not all alone in this experience: others have gone through this before, and friends and family can lend loving support. Finally, make your peace with the pain. Once you do, you will find that it will become much less acute. Only then will you be in a much better position to determine whether you need to get over your ex or try to get your ex back into your life.

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Friday, April 2, 2010

who chasing who?

Today in the office, as usual before doing something else i do my Must Do List which is browsing to all the web, searching for knowledgeable info to share with you all. there is no new things but i found something very funny...

like my title, who chasing who... i refer to this dog and horse.. i found em very funny.... lol...

how dare you!!! dog reply : sory!!! forgive me....

horse : what?

dog : horse, u looks so silly la today... haha

horse didnt realize the dog at her back...

In your opinion, who actually being chase? hahha... actually, the dog try to play with the horse and make the horse gone mad and then the horse chase the dog back.. this picture is taken by its owner and its very rare moments to be happen there..

silly me the picture is from down to up... ok..
ok enjoy your weekend.. da...

Sunday, March 28, 2010

I'm Download Maniac

Downlaod Maniac! Site's that maybe concern you...

Before you need to download anything, you have to know whether you want to with download torrent or direct download. If you want choose torrent, make sure you have torrent downloader such as "Bit Torrent", "UTorrent", "Bit Comet" and etc. For torrent site, the best site I've try is Here you can get anything you desire such as ANIME, MOVIE, TV SERIES, SOFTWARE with CRACK and etc. Just one thing you need to keep on mind to completed you download file, "I GOT REALLY FAST INTERNET CONNECTION"! Other site, you can google by your own, I just recommend to you this one only.

For fastest and a bit hard to file download, you can try direct download. For this type of file, you need to have software like " Internet Download Manager (IDM)". By using IDM, you can download directly from youtube, and other type of movie file from any sites. Best site I want to recommend is,but your download is limited. Fastest download is with Mediafire. If you don't want to go to that site, you can google it and type "yourfilename+mediafire", no need to register. Try by your own. For music file, go to "" or "". Here you can download any songs.

Last but not least,
Happy Downloading.

Sunday Maniac with APAI.

Friday, March 26, 2010

Friday News : 15 cute animals that could kill you!!! (Part 2)

This is part 2 for this entry. Like i mention before (you can click HERE for the last post) this cute animal you might think they so adorable but are they? Read and think friends...

Gila Monster
This chunky lizard with pink or orange spots is one of the few venomous lizards in the world and the largest lizard native to the United States. Though it is sluggish, the Gila monster is capable of delivering a fatal dose of venom when provoked or stepped on. If you are bitten by Gila monster, submerge the lizard in water to break free from its strong jaws.

Poison Dart Frog
The charismatic colors might catch your eye, but such pizazz is also nature's way of telling you to stay away. The poison dart frog is among the most poisonous creatures on Earth. Indigenous American Indians used the toxic secretions to poison the tips of blowgun darts.

The elephant is often portrayed as a lovable giant, and animals domesticated by trainers and zookeepers can be quite peaceful. But if agitated, abused or if encountered in the wild, an elephant can be one of the most dangerous creatures in the world. Elephants experience unexpected bouts of rage and are known to be vindictive. In India, hundreds of people are killed by mistreated or rampaging elephants.

Pfeffer's Flamboyant Cuttlefish
Don't try to cuddle this cuttlefish. Though charming and colorful, this aptly named fish's displays are meant as a warning. Although they rarely encounter humans, its poison is considered extremely toxic and can be as lethal as the poison of the blue-ringed octopus.

Giant Anteater
You wouldn't know it by looking at it, but this large creature feeds only on ants and termites. Its size is part of what makes it such a dangerous animal, but the true weapons are the powerful, sharp claws. If threatened, an anteater can maul a human and is capable of disemboweling an adult with one swipe.

This is one weasel you don't want to mess with. Its aggressive nature is widely known, thanks to the popularity of the X-Men comics and movies. Armed with powerful jaws, sharp claws and a thick hide, the wolverine can take down prey as large as a moose and steal food from bears and wolves.

Monkey and Apes
These animals are most similar to humans, creating a natural bond and some pitfalls as well. Some diseases carried by monkeys and apes can be easily transmitted to humans. Even a small monkey can bite, potentially transmitting a virus like hepatitis C. Larger apes, such as chimpanzees, orangutans and gorillas are powerful animals capable of mauling a human if they feel threatened.

Leopard Seal
The leopard seal is at the top of the food chain in its home in the Antarctic, and this is one predator you don't want to swim with. It is bold, powerful and curious, and it has been known to hunt people, although it usually targets penguins. In 1985, Scottish explorer Gareth Wood was bitten twice on the leg when a leopard seal tried to drag him off the ice and into the sea, and in 2003 a leopard seal dragged snorkeling biologist Kirsty Brown underwater to her death.

ok.. thanks once again to MMN....

c u next week.. daa..


Thursday, March 25, 2010


Tuesday, March 23, 2010


Holla MANIACS!!!! I am back with some maniac stuff that will make you guys go "WTF?"

This week.... I'mma show you what I've found on the internet recently..... I call it "The Maniac USB drive".... check it out... hahahaha

(1)Lego USB

(2) Lipstick USB drive

(3) Lightsaber USB drive

(4) Gold With Diamond USB drive

(5) Wooden USB drive

(6) Sushi USB drive

(7) Wooden Clamp USB drive

(8) Grenade USB drive

(9) Doughnut USB drive

(10) Finger USB drive

(11) Cat USB drive

(12) Budwiser Beer USB drive

Interesting Isn't it? I really like the finger USB drive..... so creepy and totally maniac! It will definitely scare the shit out of people to see a finger stuck on a PC/Notebook...... hehehehe
see ya!

Friday, March 19, 2010

Friday News : 15 cute animals that could kill you!!! (Part 1)

They may seem so cute, adorable and innocent but these animal might got you kill if you're not careful... Because it 15 animals so for today i just put 7 of them and 8 more for next week. Credit to MNN (mother nature network) because give me idea to write something to share with you all.. Thanks a lot!!!

I just want to share this with you all because i found that some of these animals can be found in Malaysia or Asia. And in my personal opinion.. some of these animals not that really cute.. hahah so enjoy~

A cassowary looks like a flamboyant ostrich and can be found wandering the rain forests of Australia and New Guinea. It prefers to keep a low profile, but when disturbed this flightless bird can become extremely aggressive and territorial. Capable of running and leaping at high speeds, the cassowary attacks by thrusting its large claws forward with the aim of disemboweling its target.

Few fish are cuter than a fully expanded, portly pufferfish — but don't be fooled. The pufferfish is the second most poisonous vertebrate on the planet. Fishermen recommend the use of thick gloves to avoid poisoning and the risk of getting bitten when removing the hook. The poison of a pufferfish, which has no antidote, kills by paralyzing the diaphragm, causing suffocation.

Big Cat
They might look like an overgrown version of your pet, but don't forget that you're on the menu of almost all of the wild big cats. In North America, pumas are an occasional threat to lone hikers and small children. But all of the world's big cats — including tigers, lions, jaguars, leopards and cheetahs — can threaten lives if they are mishandled. There are an estimated 15,000 big cats kept captive in the United States, and only a small percentage of them are in accredited zoos.

Don't let the cartoonish grin fool you; moose are among the most dangerous, regularly encountered animals in the world. They prefer to leave humans alone, but if disturbed or threatened they are known to respond by charging with aggression. They attack more people annually than bears do, and they are especially aggressive when defending a calf.

Bears are some of the most lovable large carnivores in the world, often the subject of childhood tales and treasured as teddy bears. It's a strange association, given that they are also on the shortlist of animals known to hunt and kill humans. Grizzlies and polar bears are the most feared, but all large species of bear can potentially be dangerous — even the vegetarian giant panda.

Blue-ringed Octopus
The tiny, blue-ringed octopus can pack a wallop. It is widely regarded as one of the world's most venomous animals. It lives in tidal regions ranging from Australia to Japan and is frequently encountered by people wading in tide pools. If provoked or stepped on, it will bite. Blue-ringed octopus poison has no antivenom and can kill an adult human within minutes.

Slow Loris
This animal might look like a harmless, big-eyed baby ewok, but the slow loris is one of the only poisonous mammals in the world. Its subtle nature makes it popular in the illegal pet trade, but unknowing humans should stay clear of its toxin, which is released from the sides of its elbows. When threatened, the loris takes the toxin into its mouth and mixes it with saliva. The animal will also lick its hair to deter predators from attack. The toxin can cause death by anaphylactic shock.

Ok see you next week.. thanks...


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do visit their website.. a lot of information that you might don't know...