The diva accessorised her look with a pair of silver-toned long earrings and ring. On the makeup front, minimal base marked by slight contouring upped her look. Filled pointed brows, kohled eyes, light-hued eye shadow, and light-pink lip shade rounded out her look. The Laal Ishq actress pulled all her side-parted long highlighted tresses to one side and let it loose. … [Read more...] about Kaisi Yeh Yaariaan Actress Niti Taylor Flaunts Self-Love In Printed Ethnic Attire And We’re Touched!
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Community transmission of coronavirus in India most likely started in early March. State or local containment and mitigation is the best option in India. At baseline (without interventions), between 300 and 400 million Indians are likely to get infected by July, however, most of them will be mild cases. Somewhere between April and May 2020, 100 million individuals in India will be infected. Testing for suspected COVID-19 cases is essential, especially for the elderly and the under-five population to prevent local transmission. Coronavirus Vs Flu: Know The Similarities And Differences … [Read more...] about COVID-19: What Is Community Transmission? Has It Affected India Yet?
Sharvari Wagh has won our hearts with her powerful performance in web series The Forgotten Army-Azaadi Ke Liye. Apart from that, the diva has impressed us on fashion front too. If you scroll through her Instagram feed, you will find that the actress has been actively involved in photoshoots, where she has treated her fans with her gorgeous outfits. Recently, Sharvari posted a couple of pictures from her latest photoshoot. Dressed in not-so-casual outfit, she nailed her look. So, let us take a close look at her attire and decode it. … [Read more...] about The Forgotten Army Actress Sharvari Wagh Nails Her Not-So-Casual Look And We Are Impressed!
Professor Little sees free traits as behaviors carried out in the service of a personal project even though it may run against one's "first nature." As you might be thinking, it can be stressful to act differently from your natural tendencies—out of character, as Little says. The stress can take a toll, and Little recommends finding “restorative niches” (metaphorically, your favorite room in the Myers-Briggs house) to relax and refresh. … [Read more...] about This Could Be the Most Important Personality Trait. Really.
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