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Teens and Peer Pressure: How to Protect Your Children from Negative Influences

By |2019-02-13T10:20:01+00:00February 13th, 2019|Categories: Family & Parenting, Relationships, Relationships & Social Life, Social life|Tags: , , , , |

As a parent, how can you know when peer pressure has adverse effects on your teen? And most importantly, how to protect them from it? Parenting can be a daunting task with trying to juggle everything in life plus raise children to be good people. Peer pressure and its effects can play an important role in your teen’s present as well as future life. For some of you, the teenage years of your children may just be a small stretch away. And boy has the

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How to Deal with Road Rage and Stay Calm and Collected While Driving

By |2019-02-02T19:36:23+00:00February 2nd, 2019|Categories: Relationships & Social Life, Social life|Tags: , , |

At times, it can feel like the most frustrating feeling in the world. In fact, at times it can even progress into road rage - which as we all know is no laughing matter. However, even if you don't quite get into the road rage sensation, it's safe to say that there will most definitely have been occasions where you have lost your cool on the road. Worst of all, it's these feelings that can shape your whole day - from out of nowhere your

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5 Things Angry People May Be Hiding Underneath Even If They Don’t Realize It

By |2018-12-29T20:45:00+00:00December 29th, 2018|Categories: Personal Growth, Relationships, Social life|Tags: , , , , |

Have you ever wondered why your partner is so angry? Or why your boss is? Or why do some angry people in your life are more easily provoked than others? Angry people attack others and turn people away from them. And while all you want to do is probably leave that angry person alone, think about what might be causing it. Here are some things that angry people may be hiding - even if they don’t realize it: 1. Angry people are in pain Anger

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Honesty Is the Best Policy, Especially in These Situations

By |2018-12-27T19:24:26+00:00December 27th, 2018|Categories: Personal Growth, Relationships, Relationships & Social Life, Self-Improvement, Social life|Tags: , , , , , |

Honesty is the best policy because it takes a thousand lies to cover a lie. Sometimes it's not worth it in certain situations. It doesn't seem like a big problem to say a little white lie, but in the long run, it brings a lot of pain and hurt. This is why honesty is the best policy. How do we identify an honest person? Honesty is the best policy since being honest is authentic and objective. It expresses respect for yourself and for others. What

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5 Good Conversation Starters for People Who Value Deep Communication

By |2018-12-01T22:24:12+00:00December 1st, 2018|Categories: Relationships, Relationships & Social Life, Social life|Tags: , , , |

Forging a deep connection starts with deep conversations, which require good conversation starters. Good conversation starters are hard to find. When developing a relationship, creating a deep connection can feel difficult. This is especially true when we don’t know the other person very well as we can feel a little awkward and uncomfortable. First dates can be filled with self-conscious small talk and awkward silences. The best way to remedy this is to be prepared with a few good conversation starters that will help you

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How to Reply to a Compliment When You Are an Introvert Who Hates Praise

By |2018-11-10T20:35:17+00:00November 10th, 2018|Categories: Career, Life Hacks, Lifestyle, Mental Health & Wellbeing, Personal Growth, Self-Improvement, Social life|Tags: , , , , , |

When praise makes you cringe, it can be really hard to know how to reply to a compliment without coming across as awkward or rude. Knowing how to reply to a compliment properly is a great tool in your personal and professional life. Proper receipt of compliments shows that you know you are good at your job without seeming over-confident. The trick is to receive a compliment graciously without seeming uncomfortable or overconfident, but this isn’t always easy… especially for introverts. What’s the deal with

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5 Signs Social Validation Is Too Important for You (and What to Do about It)

By |2018-10-13T17:31:17+00:00October 13th, 2018|Categories: Relationships, Relationships & Social Life, Social life|Tags: , , , |

Have you ever considered social validation? You know, that funny little thing that could completely change the way you behave, something we would never admit we need. However, many people in this world need social validation as a drug, a nice ‘fix’ to their mood and self-worth. It follows us ever since the youngest age. We do what other kids do because we don't want to be laughed at. This reaches its peak when we step into our teenage years. We don't wear things or

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3 Reasons Why Sensitive Men Are the Strongest

By |2018-09-15T17:26:51+00:00September 15th, 2018|Categories: Relationships, Social life|Tags: , , , , |

Our society tends to ridicule sensitive men who are not afraid to show their feelings. But in fact, they have some underestimated qualities. It’s not only the sensitive men who have feelings. All men do, even if they don’t show it. It is the conclusion of an American psychologist who has been studying the way men think and feel for 25 years. To give women a guide through the incomprehensible mind of so-called strong sex, Dr. George Weinberg published a book detailing the mechanisms of

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