Here is a list for the boys. There is a saying that “you never get a second chance to make a good first impression.” With that in mind, it is vital to be fully prepared to make a great impression on each date you go on. Here are 10 tips for men on dating success and making an impression that will last. Continue reading “How to impress your girl friend on your first date ?”
A man who cheats on his wife is rated by women as one of the lowest acts possible according to a leading British women’s magazine. Cheating rated as low as other anti-social betrayals such as violence against women and neglecting basic family values and commitments.
With married women showing such strong opposition to unfaithful husbands, it does not seem fair that single women would target married men for relationships knowing the potential damage it can cause to entire families.
How can we motivate our children to work harder in school, in a sport or in practicing an instrument? Will the promise of a reward for practicing the piano help our child practice more? Or will the threat of punishment be more effective?
When we try to motivate our children to work harder, we can often end up feeling frustrated by the results.
Understanding Internal Motivation
Ideas about motivation are changing as new research teases out some of the key elements. According to Daniel Pink’s latest book, “Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us”, trying to motivate children using external rewards and punishment is a mistake. The secret for motivating children to high performance lies in allowing their own internal drives direct their behavior.
There are countless things that a man would never want to hear from a woman, especially the ones they love; however, women have the tendency to think of them as a fear developing from men; wherein such men become afraid of loving their women. Here are just a few of the things that make a woman ask the question “was he afraid to love me?”‘ when in fact, it is actually things that her man is afraid to hear.
Research has long shown that married people are generally healthier and live longer than unmarried people. Married people are less likely to get cancer and heart attacks, and have even been shown to be at lower risk for dementia. One study found married people to be much less likely to suffer from headaches, back pain, and psychological distress. They are also more active and less likely to smoke.
But while marriage is distinctively connected to health and wellbeing on paper, recent research has shown that this doesn’t extend to troubled couples. In fact, unhealthy relationships can have negative effects that far outweigh those faced by unmarried people. A 2005 study published in “The Archives of General Psychiatry” found that couples who experienced high levels of hostility were more susceptible to illness than happier couples. It has also been shown that unhappily married couples are more likely to experience chronic illness, heart attacks and high cholesterol.