Plastic in the ocean is a problem that needs a definite, if not immediate solution. You have probably heard this rhetoric too often. How does carelessly disposed of plastic effect the environment? And what is the problem of plastic in the ocean? We answer these questions and introduce you to some mind-blowing innovations that could minimize, if not eliminate the problem. The Problem of Plastic in the Ocean and the Environment Plastic pollution causes more problems for the Earth than many of us may realize.
Our attachment style affects everything from our choice of partner to our behavior within relationships. Anxious attachment style is just one attachment style but research suggests it is particularly damaging one. Before we go on, let’s have a quick recap of Attachment Theory. Psychologist John Bowlby coined the term Attachment Theory and used it to explain that children need to bond with a primary caregiver. If this caregiver does not respond in a nurturing way we form certain kinds of attachments. Anxious attachment style is one
Passive-aggressive traits can be damaging for a relationship. It’s important to figure out if this behavior is present in your life. Being passive-aggressive is being dysfunctional but in a whole other style. It’s not so much about being loud, violent, or even arrogant. It’s a subtle sort of poison which seeps in under the radar. You have to be quite intelligent to notice the passive-aggressive traits in a relationship. What passive-aggressive traits look like In order to understand the passive-aggressive relationship, you must know the
Hands up who has given their partner the silent treatment in a relationship? Now let’s have another show of hands for all those that didn’t think it caused their partners any real pain? Would you be surprised to learn that silent treatment in a relationship causes actual physical pain? This is because ignoring someone activates the same area of the brain that responds to physical pain. This area is the anterior cingulate cortex or the ACC. The ACC is involved in many complex human processes.
Should you trust your gut feeling about relationships? Go with your gut. Trust your gut feelings. Follow your instincts. How many times have we heard this advice? But is there such a thing as a gut feeling about relationships and can science prove it? Actually, there is scientific evidence that suggests gut feelings have a very solid biological base. And it’s all to do with our brains elaborate method of keeping us safe from harm. Not only that, but studies have proven that the feelings
Do you want to fill your garage, and protect the environment at the same time? Consider buying a used car. Buying a used car has both financial and environmental benefits. We suggest why you should consider doing so in this post. How Cars Affect The Environment A used car may benefit the environment more than a new one. Before we explain this statement, you may need a reminder about how cars impact the surroundings. 1. Global Warming First of all, car pollution is a top
Behavioral interview questions can be tricky. That’s why you need to know how to “roll with the punches” and ace that interview. Behavioral interview questions are my least favorite part of the job seeking experience. Other questions, like facts about my age, work experience and so forth, are easy to answer. Behavioral interview questions, on the other hand, require careful and well-thought-out consideration. After all, you must convince your prospective employer that you will be an asset to the company. On the flip side, employers
No matter how regularly you clear the clutter at home, it keeps on coming back. However, clutter is not always physical – it can be mental too. Sometimes you would do a garage sale to clear the clutter once and for all. At other times, you would simply donate it to charity institutions. But more often, a few months after, you would once again see that the vacant shelves emptied of previous clutter are already occupied by the new one. And thus, the clutter cycle