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Underrating People: Here is why you should stop!

I have never met a man who was not my superior in some particular.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson Life and nature are configured to exist in steps and layers. They operate like that because the stage we are today either lifts us up or drags us down, and the layer we are opening today may…
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Is your marriage healthy and happy?

Is your marriage healthy and happy? If you’re not paying close attention, it’s easy to miss the signs that your partner is secretly dissatisfied or unhappy in your marriage. Relationship experts and marriage counsellors can offer insight into how to tell if your loved one is hiding feelings of sadness or discontent from you. They’re…
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Not sex, not arguments, no complaints, just talk!

Maybe all your marriage need is for you two to talk; not sex, not arguments, no complaints, just talk! “We need to talk” he texted his wife. She wondered what was wrong, men rarely use that “We need to talk” line. “Is everything alright?” she asked. “Let’s talk when we get home” he texted back.…
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Every MAN is a product of FATE (Part I)

Every MAN is a product of FATE (Part I: Compendium). You are reading Episode I (Part I) of Every MAN is a product of FATE LOVE your work or leave it alone. You are setting up yourself for a nervous breakdown or heart attack if you continue to work at a job you hate and…
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Causes of many failed lives – Peer group stimulus

In the last episode I shared how parenting can be a causer of many failed lives. This episode will dwell on another causer of failed lives. Peer group stimulus Peer group is a vital part of human growth. This group awakens the mind frame of children to lots of things they naturally won’t bother about.…
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Raising healthy and happy girls

Raising healthy and happy girls can be challenging, especially in a country like India where gender bias presents itself at every corner. Setting up your girl adequately for a future in the real world starts from the time she is born. Bringing up girls can be complex – from physical to mental health priorities –…
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How to manage work and family successfully

We asked EO Entrepreneurs‘ Organization members what they’ve learned from being a parent and an entrepreneur, Jessica Honegger the founder and co-CEO of Noonday Collection explained. She revealed how she strives for success in both work and home life. “One thing I’ve learned about entrepreneurship and parenting? It’s that starting a business is basically akin…
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7 vital reasons you should get your 4-year old a drawing kit

There are various forms of play for children. As your child grows from being a little crying baby to become a crawling and walking lad, his/her play sense is bound to change with your help. Sometimes, your child will be absorbed in a make-believe world of his own and won’t need your involvement.  Between the…
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Abusive relationship: How I became miserable

My ex and I had a wonderful relationship has friends. He was the best friend I had till we got married. The hate was unexplainable. I thought maybe he was broke; I invested in his business, yet I was termed bossy.

Solving relationship arguments without a crack

A relationship is one of the most blissful experiences one can ever have. Relationship with humans – family, friends, colleagues, the spouse can be very complicated. This explains the human difference and the need for tolerance in a bit of finding peace. There has been no secret ingredient to a spicy relationship than understanding, acceptance,…
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The poor relationship’s story

He was very reluctant to take precedence of so many respected members of the family, by beginning the round of stories they were to relate as they sat in a goodly circle by the Christmas fire; and he modestly suggested that it would be more correct if “John our esteemed host” (whose health he begged…
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Causes of Obesity in Children

The major causes of obesity in children are the same as for adults – a sedentary lifestyle, TV viewing, the snack and soda habit, and the popularity and availability of highly processed and concentrated foods. Many major medical centers are developing weight control programs for children that involve the whole family. Proper eating and lifestyle…
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Love never fails, People do – Stay Motivated during COVID-19

One of the major propeller of havoc in relationships is absenteeism (the lack of paying attention and not listening).

Tribute to a Bosom Brother – Sulyman Luqman

Tribute to a bosom brother. Indeed, nothing challenges you more than stepping on a stone no one around you has ever stepped on. There is no other love like the love for a brother, and no other love like the love from a brother. If someone tells you it gets better with time, the person…
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Some Lies About Love

The biggest lies about love that you may believe There isn’t a single formula or list of rules about love. Every relationship is unique and everyone behaves and relates to love in different ways. The base of any relationship is trust and respect, although there are many false (yet popular) ideas about how to love another person. According to Margarida Vieite, a specialist in family therapy at the University of Seville, many of these misleading ideas seem romantic, but in reality may actually…
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The nature of new parenthood can lead to loneliness, but

A prospective parent is a magnet for unsolicited advice. During my pregnancy last year, I found myself trying to parse the accurate wisdom from the overblown. One claim seemed especially questionable: My social life would disintegrate, according to my sisters-in-law, co-workers, and everyone else; indeed my very attitude to friendship would change. Any new acquaintances…
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How Negativity Kills a Relationship

There’s an elegant symmetry to traditional wedding vows: for better or for worse. But love is not symmetrical, and most of us don’t realize how lopsided it can be. The worse matters far more than the better in marriage or any other relationship. That’s how the brain works. Our thoughts and feelings are skewed by…
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Baby Blues: Depression after Childbirth

The “baby blues” are mood swings caused by hormonal changes. In all likelihood this period of feeling low one minute and euphoric the next won’t last beyond the first week but you’ll still need a lot of support to get you through it. Maybe the “baby blues” are a natural sign to those around you…
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What Kind of Exercise is safe for pregnant women?

Both you and your baby benefit from exercise: your blood starts circulating freely, there’s a blast of oxygen to your baby’s brain, exercise hormones such as endorphins give you both a wonderful high and your baby loves the swaying motion. Exercise increases your strength, suppleness and stamina, which will make pregnancy easier and equip you…
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How Parents can help their kids with reading

If your child seems to be making little progress with the first stages of reading it may be that his whole approach is wrong and he is relying too much on his eyes, instead of his brain. Settle down with him one evening and ask him to read a little from his school reading book.…
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What age is best for having a baby?

Many women are delaying pregnancy until their 30s and 40s. This is no more hazardous than being in your 20s as long as you are fit and healthy. Whatever your age, you are likely to have a normal pregnancy and birth, although problems such as infertility and chromosomal defeats – for example, Down’s syndrome –…
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2019 Wedding Photos You Might Have Missed

The coming together of a man and a woman in holy matrimony is such a blissful process that has been practiced, guided and passed on from one generation to another. Though, culture and traditions might differ, weddings and marriage ceremonies are ALWAYS colorful and beautiful to behold. We will take good look at some of…
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Top 100 baby names in 2019

BabyCentre has recently published the top 100 names used for both boys and girls in the year 2019. It has equally been observed that this top 100 names for both boys and girls cut across several nationalities, religions and ideologies. Names such as Muhammad topping the list for boys, Olivia topping the list of girls,…
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Men’s health and tips on how to stay in shape

SOMETIMES men’s health can get overlooked. But staying well and healthy matters to everyone. Here we look at some top tips for men to get and remain healthy.  Ensure you get routine health check ups, screenings. Going to your doctor or nurse for a regular check up could save your life. By keeping up to date with these appointments,…
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Meet the first parents to have their baby carried in both wombs

According to DailyMail, the news of a lesbian couples who have a baby carried in both wombs have begin to gain popularity. How did this happen? Let’s find out below: A British lesbian couple have become the first parents to carry a single baby in both of their wombs – in a pioneering new procedure…
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Dad, what’s it like in heaven?

I think that heaven must be grateful,
To have you there each day,
To bring your easy laughter. And your silly sense of play. Click to continue reading

Why Does Our Body Temperature Rise When We’re Ill?

The first thing your doctor will do when you don’t feel well is to check your temperature either with a thermometer or the back of his hand. He is trying to find out whether you have a fever. Your body has an average temperature of 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit when it is healthy. Some diseases make…
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Dietary That Can Help Keep Your Memory Efficient and Effective

It’s natural to have recall issues when you grow old, but it can be avoided through simple lifestyle and dietary tweaks. Adding foods like berries, red wine, nuts, soya, spinach, and beans to your daily diet and slashing alcohol can have a positive effect on memory. Do yoga or regular exercise ensures to improve focus…
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There is a difference between punishment and discipline. Punishment is good because it tells the child that actions have consequences. But punishment must lead to a point where a child can, on his own, choose not to misbehave. That point is called DISCIPLINE. A disciplined child can make the right choices unsupervised. Unfortunately, many times…
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How to eat healthy even as a workaholic

Life has a way of stressing you out, and the busier you are, the more difficult it becomes to maintain a healthy diet. Hardly a day goes by where we’re not super swamped with one issue or the other. This means that we need to start making healthy eating our new norm. Healthy eating needs…
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