Posted by cbwhelan | A Day in the Life, Academic Musings, Ambition, Marry Smart: The Intelligent Woman's Guide to True Love, Relationship Tips, Self-Help, Uncategorized | | 2 Comments In yet another hilarious-but-informative episode of The Princess, The Priest & The War for the Perfect Wedding, Fr. • It’s the 5th anniversary of my Pure Sex, Pure Love column on Busted — and wow, the kind words and good wishes from readers just blew me away.
Eric and I answer a question from a woman whose fiancé has just told her–weeks before the wedding–that he’d previously been married in a Vegas Chapel of Love. and how many bad gambling puns can I make in four minutes? • Also, check out my latest column full of love and relationship advice from the new book Posted by cbwhelan | Marry Smart: The Intelligent Woman's Guide to True Love, Relationship Tips | 59 seconds, bustedhalo, catholic, catholic media, currents, discussion, good wishes, love, new media | Leave a comment After doing several interviews with TV and print media leading up to Valentine’s Day, I thought I’d post a few tips I’ve been talking about: Top Valentine’s Tips for Singles • Break out of your pity-party mode by planning a Bring-a-Friend party for next month: Pick a date and a venue, then invite 10-20 friends and tell them to each bring one single friend that you don’t know. • Look through your contacts and email at least three friends who you haven’t been in touch with in a while — guys or girls.
In this case, it functions like a trauma pad, absorbing blood and helping to stop bleeding. One folded cravat can be used as a trauma pad, and a second cravat can be used to wrap the wound and trauma pad.
In this usage, it functions like first-aid tape, to hold the trauma pad in place. If a victim has an injured arm, a triangular bandage can be used as a sling, to support the arm in a bent position over the chest.
Check it out and learn how red hearts can make you see more green this Valentine’s Day…