U is for Usance which means habit.

All of us have habits that are either good or bad.

Some are normal. Some are weird.

But today’s word “Usance” made me realize of a certain habit which I’ve been noticing and I certainly hate it.

There are people that like playing with the love and affection they get from others. I have witnessed people using people who hare fond of them. I’ve seen a guy do it to a girl and vice versa. They get so much attention and love. But when the time arrives they will kick this person away.

I ask, why?

Why use someone because they love you?

If you don’t love them back, just be honest.

Giving them hopes, keeping them on the hook will hurt them badly.

I wish my blog could be taken seriously. At least on this topic as I don’t want others to end up like a friend of mine. He’s lost hope in love and now doesn’t believe in it.

This post is written as part of the annual A to Z Challenge where for each day of April (except Sundays) I shall write a post based on the letters part of 26 alphabets. 

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Today’s post is based on the word “Tabefaction” which means wasting away.

Have you ever known of people who are so good yet cannot deliver when it matters the most?

Do you know of people that can do so much better but are being average?

Do you know of people who might be wasting their talent and true potential to doing things they don’t like?

If the answer to any of these questions is a “Yes”, you can move forward and read this post.

When you see someone wasting an opportunity where they can get better, talk to them. But not in a way where you mention that “they are making a mistake” or “they are wasting their life”.

You can ask them why are they not taking up such an opportunity. Hear them out.

Today in the 21st century, we have a lot of time but no one wants to listen. There are many who want to give their valuable advice but no one wants to listen.

Hence if you meet any of your friends who might be missing on an opportunity or can do something better, talk to them and hear them out.

In the end, let them know what you think. It’s their right to know what you think.

This post is written as part of the annual A to Z Challenge where for each day of April (except Sundays) I shall write a post based on the letters part of 26 alphabets. 

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It’s a story full of laughter and tears.

In 2017, I felt sharp pain in one tooth which went on for two days. I just had enough of it and went to a doctor to check what the issue is.

The doctor mentioned about an infection which has brutally affected my teeth. That infection is causing sharp pain in one tooth.

One tooth? I asked.

“Yes” she said.

The upper tooth has now been affected by the infection from the lower tooth.

It’s very rare for me to make a face with actual shock written over it.

But hearing her say that 2 of my prized possessions are in danger was enough for me to feel like shit. I asked her for a solution. Maybe I begged her for it.

All she mentioned was that not taking care of my teeth, not brushing on time has allowed the infection to spread. Now the only solution is to pull out both of the teeth in order to save the remaining from infection.

“Two?” Are you sure? Why not just one? I whimpered.

The doc explained about the complications. In the end, I was heartbroken. They called for a specialist and scheduled an appointment with him in 3 weeks.

Those were the longest 3 weeks for me. No painkiller helped me ease the pain. I couldn’t eat properly, drink properly and even sleep properly. Hell, I couldn’t even laugh without feeling the pain.

On the D-Day, the specialist who might have not even weighed above 60 kilos took just 15 minutes to pluck both my teeth, clean and stitch both the areas. I felt no pain. There was no swelling. Just relief.

What did I learn?

Teeth are important. Taking care of them is your duty. I lost two because of my negligence. Don’t be like me. Just take care of your teeth or else end up paying a good amount of money to your dentist.

This post is written as part of the annual A to Z Challenge where for each day of April (except Sundays) I shall write a post based on the letters part of 26 alphabets. 

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