Home Fashion Bollywood wardrobe Bollywood Wardrobe Devika Tripathi By Devika Tripathi | on January 13, 2021 Based on the 2015 bestseller by Paula Hawkins, T he Girl On The Train got a Hindi remake of the Hollywood movie. The teaser of the Hindi remake dropped today and we got a glimpse of the brilliant acting chops of Parineeti Chopra, who looked totally convincing. The teaser looks gripping and we can't wait to watch the film, when it releases. The movie is about a divorcee, who gets involved in a murder mystery and for those of you, who haven't read the book, the teaser is every inch a mystery. The teaser also showed Parineeti Chopra in bruised looks and the many winter outfits. Speaking about her style in this film, it is simple and she is mostly seen dressed in grey and black clothes, probably because the costumes helped in keeping the mood dark and grim. The beginning of the … [Read more...] about The Girl On The Train Teaser: Parineeti Chopra’s Winter Outfits Look Decoded
Source: Ben_Kerckx/Pixabay In a recent article, published in the November 2020 issue of Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews , Melissa Hines of the University of Cambridge reviews the latest findings on the development of gender , such as the role of testosterone and socialization and how the two interact (e. g ., why girls tend to like the color pink). The present post is a selective summary of this review. Testosterone and gender development Let us begin with hormones . Hormones can have a temporary effect on development—an effect that rises and falls depending on the hormone concentration . For instance, estrogen has feminizing effects (e.g., breast development) at puberty . Hormones can also have organizational influences, causing changes that persist even when the hormone is no longer present. Testosterone is one hormone with such organizational influences. Consider the effects of testosterone early in life. The concentration of testosterone … [Read more...] about Why Do Girls Like Pink?
Are you a girl, a lady, or a woman? Yes, language matters. I’m one of many feminists who worked hard to get the word “woman” into our collective vocabulary. "Girls," "ladies," and "women" are not interchangeable terms—rather, they are profoundly different in the implications they carry. If you’re not convinced that language makes a difference, I invite you to consider the following headlines: Women march for peace Ladies march for peace Girls march for peace Do different images come to mind? Probably so. It's likely that only the word "woman" connotes status, authority, and seriousness of purpose. We don’t think of a "girl" running for Congress or winning the Nobel Prize. We don’t say, “I think Stacey Abrams is a politically powerful girl." The word "lady" is a step up from "girl," but the real reason many people prefer it to "woman" Is that it is reassuringly polite and tame. It functions as a euphemism, removing the sexual, aggressive, and reproductive … [Read more...] about Are You a Girl, a Lady, or a Woman? Why Language Matters
Polski: Rosetta fly-by. Frame from the movie "Chasing A Comet – The Rosetta Mission". Source: Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt/Wikimedia Commons Effective therapists work with clients to assess circumstances and possibilities, clarify needs, set a course, and collaboratively exploit setbacks in the course of mitigating drift, generating lift, and achieving goals. On August 6, 2014, the Rosetta space probe arrived at its destination after a nearly eleven-year journey of more than 600 million miles through our galaxy. When it arrived, it spent months carefully orbiting around comet 67P, aka Churyumov-Gerasimenko, in order to study it from afar. Rosetta first had to get a sense of the shapeliness of the mass, understand a bit of its terrain, and strategize where best to send its lander. Philae, the landing module that Rosetta had brought along, made its careful descent to the comet on November 12, 2014. Unfortunately, despite careful planning, the lander bounced … [Read more...] about Analysis Paralysis vs. Therapy on a Mission
Despite the bewildering array of current systems of therapy, when you get right down to it, the most effective ones all emphasize three major interventions: exposure for anxiety, behavioral activation for depression , and assertiveness skills training for most social and interpersonal difficulties. It must be understood, however, that no matter how knowledgeable and technically skilled a therapist is, unless he or she first develops a strong therapeutic relationship with his or her client, even the most powerful methods may prove ineffective. Indeed, as the late, great Dr. Arnold Lazarus often said, “The therapeutic relationship is the soil that enables the techniques to take root.” Thus, provided a strong alliance exists between client and therapist, these methods will usually be extremely effective. While a detailed discussion of them is beyond the scope of this post, I hope this “peek through the keyhole” will provide the essential ideas and stimulate further interest. … [Read more...] about And The Three Best Therapy Methods Are…