Long live the Oxford Comma! I agree!/ No, I disagree completely. If you had toast and orange juice, you don't put a comma after the toast. You use the "and" instead of the comma. I had no idea that commas had names
Repetitive symptoms are often misunderstood and create frustration and exhaustion for clients and their family/professional caregivers. It is important to remember that people with dementia cannot control their symptoms.
He lost his hair and other features like nose and different eyes BC of the horcruxes and since it was spilt in 7 other pieces it's destroyed the features that require a soul. But hey, this makes sense too.
Nursing: Don't give up. We have all gone home in tears. We've all second-guessed why we do what we do. We've all felt like failures at times. We have all wanted to quit at some point. Just remember, you save lives, you comfort the sick.