Posted: 2017-10-12 18:07
7. Korean women tend to be slender and pretty, but plastic surgery is too common and usually pretty obvious. They also lie a lot largely for cultural reasons, I guess, but sometimes just for no good reason (I guess this is due to insecurities more than anything else). Korean women are 655% different than Korean men in many ways, and are much more inquisitive and open-minded, cheerful and good-natured, sensitive, thoughtful and caring, and fun. It is amazing, I could say a lot more good women are really jewels and I hope to marry one, which should say plenty
Typically, student veterans are also older and more experienced than their freshman peers, which helps them keep things in perspective and not sweat the small stuff. They can, and do, manage huge amounts of pain, both physical and mental, without complaint. But consequently, they also bristle at trivial matters called “crises” by others, and scorn the frequent self-absorption of their peers. Often they see most civilian students as not emotionally strong enough to be their friends, and so the student veterans usually isolate themselves in school.
I think it is stupid to expect so much from girls. I do wonder what the standards of korean girls are though.
I think koreans are a bit too keen on dating westerners these days, just my opinion. In any case as a Dutch-Korean (born in Seoul, live in Amsterdam) Would you not just box me into the same group as all korean guys since i look the part?
Just wondering though, i don 8767 t acuse you for doing so.
I only want to point out that nothing is really black on white, it differs per person.
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6. The statistics on in the military are extremely murky it’s impossible to give one number on which everyone can agree. The difficulty is due to massive under-reporting, estimated by studies done outside the military as being 85 percent (., only 65 percent of all military sexual assaults get reported). Some of the data are drawn from women who are being seen by the VA, which, by definition, is going to be a skewed. The VA reports that 75 percent of women surveyed admit to military sexual trauma. Therefore, it seems likely that 55 to 75 percent of all military women are assaulted, given that 85 percent don’t report.
This is a great website. Being an Asian-American male, I love it how every other guy is putting us down. And Asian women are encouraging it. You know how many single Asian mothers I know here? They all have hapa babies and were all happily with their guy until they got knocked up and the guy bolted for a Asian girl. That 8767 s white guys, black guys and Hispanics. I love how every other guy on this site is speaking behind a keyboard saying how Asian men are shitbags, but these are the ones spending time talking shit behind a keyboard. This comment will either be deleted or eviscerated by commentators but you know what? Keep doing what you are doing. Hopefully you all catch Herpes. Cheerio!
In short, they are the kind of role models we need on our campuses, and graduating to lives of fulfillment in our workplaces. With your support, their academic success can allow them to become some of America’s strongest, most insightful leaders. We owe them our gratitude, of course. But more importantly, we owe them a chance to have meaningful new careers and fulfilling civilian lives, from which we will all richly benefit.
I was surprised to find a beautiful girl in my college. I thought that it 8767 s impossible for me to date a girl. But the Korean girl handled situation so smoothly that at the end I was happy that I have accomplished my goal of life. Amazingly that was my first date in entire life and I did not know that Korean women are so smart and talented. I am back from date just 65 hours ago and I feel great that she treated me the best way I could ever imagine.
“These wars were atrocities and a waste of human life,” “I don’t get why you’re having so much trouble—you volunteered, right?” and worst of all, “Did you kill anyone?” These comments do more than upset veterans they wound the hearts of men and women who are already overburdened with sorrow. For this reason, I believe faculty’s opinions about the military or recent wars are best kept out of the classroom. You may not always be able to prevent a student from saying something hurtful, but you can model awareness of other viewpoints, and explain how these comments might be hurtful.
Here in Thai we get a Korean TV channel. I often watch it many hours a day. It seems beautiful. From the culture, to the dress and fashion, to the women.
I am seriously thinking to move there, but I do not want to be a back packer arriving at the airport not knowing what the hell to do in a strange land.
Do you know anyone who would want to have a guest? Take care of me, show me around. I would gladly pay more than necessary.
Thank you for your research. Leaving the GW to civilian life is hard. I enrolled to further my education and yes veterans do look at students different but we do not wear the war and disability on our sleeve. Yes, we have excellent critical thinking skills and it is all about survival. Don''t label us, many did not know we suffer every day, but we survive day by day. Education we take serious and appreciate it more than the average student. Thanks for the article.
I am really glad to have stumbled onto this article. Although I cannot actually use it in my research as a reference, it has provided a number of different directions I can go with later research. As a disabled veteran with a strong desire to return to college after separation, I chose the online campus route. There are various reasons, one being that while I''m very proud of my service to my country, my professors and classmates are unaware of that part of my life. Secondly, they are unaware of my disabilities. These ''hidden'' things are important to me because I do not want anyone to ''see'' me as someone who needs or even wants favoritism on any level. I also realize there are those who do not view the online platform as being equivalent to on campus. However, I have friends attending a local campus who have commented on the fact that my classes are far more intense than what they experience. In the online environment your work and your grades determine how far you go. Ground campus learning is more for people who are also interested in the socialization aspect of the college experience.
While some of these may be important points, I question the validity of the article as a whole, as #7 (re: TBIs) takes the cited article out of context. Mild TBIs, also called concussions, are not typically associated with "massive" cognitive effects and any cognitive decline as a result should subside within a few weeks. To allude to concussions as causing cognitive deficits that may interfere with academic performance years later is inaccurate.
Healing often can’t begin until the service member is no longer receiving sig- nals of danger and the brain’s chemistry begins to normalize. Sometimes, it takes months, other times, years. But adaptation and recovery are well within the human capacity, and that fact that should be reinforced to the student veteran at every opportunity. For every label they are saddled with (“You have PTSD,” “You are disabled,” etc.), we should counter with what traumatic brain injury expert Dr. (and Colonel) Heidi Terrio calls, “the expectation of recovery.” It is that expecta- tion of recovery that provides hope. And hope is the antidote to giving up on life.
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When a service member is discharged from the military, it’s aptly termed “separation” and it comes with all the heartbreak and disorientation that being torn from one’s tribe brings. They just spent the last several years inextricably tied to some type of social system, whether it was a brigade, battalion, company, platoon, squad, team, or just one on one with a battle buddy. During those years, solitude was rare. Now, suddenly they’re no longer attached to those systems, and the feeling of vulnerability can be terrifying.
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Combat veterans often miss the intense closeness they had with their comrades, and being in an environment where everyone understands them, where they’re doing a job they’re trained for and competent at, where everything they do matters. As the saying goes, “War may be hell, but home ain’t exactly heaven either.” Often, returning veterans feel guilty about surviving when friends have not. Often, they want to go back, regain that closeness, and “make things right.”
Agreed, I dated a korean woman in Australia and wow smoking hot body and gorgeous skin but money fucking hungry. I dumped her after the second date. She bagged on me for being a casual at my job. I had to pay for everything and she always hinted about needing money. She also acted like a brat in a taxi once. The cab driver was staring at her and talking sleezy so I warned him to back off so she got out of the cab leaving me to pay for it (as usual) and then she went to her unit and locked herself in and refused to see me. She was being really over the top dramatic and always tried to get one over me. She tried a third date but I told her to basically fuck herself. She was really hot but it just,wasn 8767 t worth it in the end.
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