Chathurika & Roshan Love Story in a Music Video

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It is not any more a secret that Chathurika Peris and Roshan Pilapitiya broke up their years old relationship. It was rumored widely that Chathurika was dating fellow actor Gayan Wickramathilaka who was married with two children. Though the new couple were hiding their love initially now it is quit clear that they are going to settle.

Chathurika and Roshan Love Story Music Video

හිත පාරලා චෝදනා විසි කලා
විඳවන්න බෑ මේ හැටී
සුසුමන් හදේ කෑ ගසයි දැවටිලා
ඔබ කාට හෝ ලැබී ඇති

තුරැලේ රැදී ඉන්න පිං මදි වුනා
පෙර පවට ඔබෙ සෙනෙහෙ මට නැති නිසා
සිහිනේ දසුන් බොඳ වුනා
මා හැරදමා ඔබ ගියා

Meanwhile Roshan Pilapitiya is in a music video for a song by a new singer Sajith Nuwan. The music studio shows a low story which looks similar to what we have heard of Roshan’s real life story.

The music for this song has been done by Udara Samaraweera and lyrics is by Dilan Gamage. Islandez productions has done the video with Director Sahan Abysekera.

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viraj maduranga

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please give me a/l geography pass papers and answers from Sinhala medium 2014, 2015

A well wisher

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Try Dr. Shanez Fernando at Lanka Hospitals. Dr. Piyanjali de Soyza (recommended by admin) is also good.

A well wisher

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Try Dr. Shanez Fernando, clinical psychologist at Lanka Hospitals. She has a holistic approach to such matters. Also, try listening to Byron Katie on You Tube. She has a simple method of self inquiry that could help you challenge your problem thoughts.

A well wisher

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Dear Malik,

I assume your two drugs are lithium and venlafaxine. I, too, was prescribed these drugs at various times. Doctors kept changing my medication too, over several years. They certainly helped while I took them. But, like you, I came to the realization that the problem is one of my own attitude to life, or my ‘thinking patterns’.

It’s great that you mention meditation and surrender. I’ve also had a difficult childhood, and this has affected my mentality in many ways. Yet, as suggested by my psychologist Dr. Shanez Fernando (I highly recommend her by the way), I started to explore a more spiritual approach. This has helped me take a fresh look at my thought patterns that caused me to become so unhappy. As a result, I haven’t needed medication in over 4 years, and I haven’t needed to attend any other kind of formal therapy either.

If you wish to tail-off the drugs and stop them, I’d still suggest you speak to a qualified psychiatrist on how to do so. You could also discuss it with someone like Dr. Shanez (who is a psychologist, not a psychiatrist), who is sympathetic to such situations. It’s dangerous to stop these arbitrarily. I can tell you this because, in addition to being an ex-patient, I’m also medically trained. However, I agree with you that most psychiatrists don’t have a holistic approach, that they don’t look at the big picture. Shanez is the only exception I can think of.

Since you’re interested in exploring a more spiritual lifestyle, might I suggest this 5 part series. http://www.holographicuniverseworkshops.com/
Although the ‘quantum physics’ angle may freak some people out, the presentations have been made so that even an average Joe could understand. It might help you develop your understanding that all our problems are really a product of our own imaginations.

Also, you could try listening to Byron Katie on You Tube. She has a simple, practical method of helping people challenge their problematic thoughts.

Wish you the best, brother. If you have any more questions, please write back through this portal. I will check from time to time.

kalani

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can i have all the ICT , BS past papers from 2000-2015