7. He Doesn’t Want To Talk About His Life & Future When a guy is interested in you, he will often discuss his life and future plans with you. He will let you know how his life's going and what challenges and problems he is going through. He will also let you know what his goals and dreams are. Why? This is because he considers you important in his life and wants you to know more and more about him. But if your guy doesn't want to share anything related to his life and future plans, then this could be a sign that he's not into you. Even if you try to talk about his life, he will change the topic or will show the least interest. … [Read more...] about Heartbreak Alert! 11 Signs He Is Pretending To Be Interested In You
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Another key misconception identified in our study was on the level of brain injury a concussion is thought to represent. Very few athletes and coaches correctly understood that a concussion represents a mild traumatic injury. Interestingly, those athletes who believed a concussion represents a severe brain injury reported engaging in more sparring sessions per week and fewer indicated they had suffered a concussion in the past year relative to those who understood the actual level of severity a concussion represents. This finding introduces how education on even basic concepts may help, as the understanding of this general idea led to safer behaviour and likely a more realistic perception of concussion occurrence. Therefore, big changes appear to be achievable through small steps. … [Read more...] about The Vicious Cycle of Concussion Ignorance in Combat Sports
The difficult question with using any type of force is twofold: Is it for control or self-defense and to what degree may an officer use it? The use of force is dynamic, as officers are constantly moving back and forth between the need to both control and defend. On one hand, they must be able to control a violator without being excessive in their tactics, while on the other they are required to prevent death or great bodily harm to themselves or a third party. Even more problematic is when circumstances warrant both aspects of force within seconds of each other. This is a result of an incident being tense, evolving, and uncertain. … [Read more...] about Police Use of Force: Not Always For Public Consumption
Some have piecemeal programs that are much disliked by teachers and students alike. Many of these programs were hastily put together, lack engaging content, require little of students, and are not challenging. Beyond the poor quality of most online learning programs, teachers lack experience in using them. Online teaching requires special skills and talents, including an understanding of how to use the technology, learning how to manage a classroom online, supplementing courses with engaging video and visuals, and developing strategies for doing group projects that help to keep kids engaged and learning. … [Read more...] about Will Distance Learning Produce a Coronavirus Virus Slump?