Leo: 23 July - 22 August On the family front, this month will be very important for you. This month, you will focus on several serious domestic issues by keeping the work aside. In this period, you will take the right decision at the right time and you can get the appropriate result. If you do business then you have been working hard continuously for some time, as a result of which you are expected to get good profit this month. If you work then there is a strong possibility of your promotion. This month will prove to be very enjoyable for you. During this time you will get an opportunity to spend a lot of time with your family. If there have been gaps in your relationships, then this is the right time to remove them. This month you will get rid of any worries related to your children. If you are a student then studying at this time may distract you. Do not indulge in activities here and there, otherwise you may have to regret later. There will be tension during this in romantic life. … [Read more...] about Monthly Horoscope: April 2020
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Diabetics, Smokers, Elderly At Increased Risk Of Covid-19 Pneumonia People underlying heart and lung conditions, diabetes and the elderly (people aged 65 and over) are at risk of getting pneumonia, as well as people with medical conditions such as diabetes, cancer or chronic disease affecting the lungs, heart, kidney or liver, smokers, Indigenous Australians, and infants aged 12 months and under. … [Read more...] about Coronaviurus: What Is Covid-19 Pneumonia? How Does It Affect The Lungs?
April Fools' Day is a popular day that is observed every year on the first of the month, April. People observe this day by cracking jokes and making each other laugh. Perhaps, therefore, consider April Fools' Day as one of the most-light-hearted days of the year. In order to make your loved ones laugh and tickle their funny bones on April Fools' Day 2020, we are here with some funny quotes and messages that will make you and your loved ones laugh out loud. … [Read more...] about April Fools’ Day: Funny Quotes And Messages To Share With Your Loved Ones
What say you, guys? Quizzed? Well, you just get the authority to lie your girl about how many cigarettes you had, or may be with some thing like: "My bike broke down, and I just can't come to meet you today", while you are out with friends for a cricket match. Sorry, if this intends to jeopardise your evening for that's not what this article is intend to do. … [Read more...] about April Fools’ Day 2020: History Behind Celebrating This Day
Carl Jung used his clinical observations and unquestioned brilliance to conceive of eight types (today referred to as “cognitive functions”). Jung published his type theory in Psychological Types – first translated into English in 1923. It was from this book and Jung’s theory that Katherine Briggs formed and Isabel Myers’ refined their Type Indicator. Scientific-best-practice puts theory ahead of testing; because data obtained without an established theoretical framework is easily interpreted with bias. Eyesnck (1992) had this to say about the Big Five’s lack of a theoretical basis: “I am suggesting that in the absence of a nomological network, and lacking any theoretical underpinning, the [Big Five] interpretation is subjective, contestable, and hence unscientific." This is not a criticism that can be levied against the MBTI given its deep theoretical roots. … [Read more...] about In Defense of the Myers-Briggs