All You Had To Do Was Stay

Ronel, hindi na ba pwedeng magbago ang isip mo?” tanong ni Mami Sue sa akin bago magsimula ang klase ng Senior High School sa Enverga University. 

I thought to myself. At ang naisip ko lang ay ito: “May karapatan pa bang magbago ang isip ko?

Kasi parang wala naman. 

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Moving On/Forward

Some people believe in the five stages of grief. It assumes the existence of emotions that people experience when dealing with personal tragedies. May it be loss of a loved one, heartbreak, loss of employment, onset of a disease or chronic illness, rejection, or even minor tragedies; the emotions people feel are in that five stages of grief.

The model used to describe the five stages of grief is the Kübler-Ross model first introduced by Swiss psychiatrist Elisabeth Kübler-Ross in her 1969 book On Death and Dying.

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Proud To Be Pinoy

Filipinos are resilient people. We always find a way to smile during the hardest of times. We always try to spin the bad news into a good one. We always help others even though we are also in need. The best of times are yet to come for the common Filipino. So to inspire the new generation, let us look back to the Filipinos who made a difference and achieved a feat that is almost forgotten by today’s youths.

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TV: Broadcast TV Calendar

Now that the season for pitching ideas to network executives is already rolling, I want to share to those of you who are dreaming of writing and producing a network program the calendar and the process of how a broadcast network develops its programs that will be in contention to be part of its official line-up. This post is just a peek of what really happened before your favorite TV shows made it on the air.

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Always In The Middle



The Middle is an American Sitcom that airs ABC. It debuted on September 30, 2009 and since then aired 168 episodes in its first seven seasons. Originally part of ABC’s Wednesday comedy block, its eight season will see the show anchor the new Tuesday comedy block by airing at 8/7c.

The Middle chronicles the daily life of the Hecks. The family is middle-class living in Middle America specifically in the fictional town of Orson, Indiana. The parents, Frankie and Mike, are both middle-aged earning average incomes. They are the parents of three children, Axl, Sue and Brick.

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