Home Fashion Bollywood wardrobe Bollywood Wardrobe Aayushi Adhaulia By Aayushi Adhaulia | on October 28, 2019 Happy Dhanteras! Dhanteras marks the beginning of the celebration of Diwali festival. According to Hindus, Dhanteras is the most auspicious ocassion to make new purchases, especially gold or silver jewellery. As you are already prepared with your ethnic outfits for Diwali, today is the perfect day to buy the matching jewellery. But before making an expensive purchase, we want you to take a glimpse of some beautiful exquisite jewelleries sported by our Bollywood divas, that are in trend and will enhance your look. So, take a close look and find the perfect one for yourself. Instagram Rakul Preet Singh's Polki Jhumkas And Statement Ring Rakul Preet Singh looked Diwali-ready in her ethnic peach anarkali suit. She accessorised her look with a classic pair of 22K gold polki jhumkas, which was accentuated by green stone and uncut diamonds. Her jhumkas also had white … [Read more...] about Dhanteras Special: Take A Look At Some Exquisite Gold Jewellery To Up Your Diwali Look
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Home Fashion Bollywood wardrobe Bollywood Wardrobe Aayushi Adhaulia By Aayushi Adhaulia | on December 6, 2019 Rajjo and Chulbul Pandey are back and ready to entertain us again. Salman Khan and Sonakshi Sinha starrer Dabangg 3 is all set to hit the theatres soon and the actors have been promoting their upcoming film. Of late, the leading lady Sonakshi impressed us with her gorgeous promotional outfits and the newest one just took our breath away. For the recent promotional round of Dabangg 3, Sonakshi Sinha picked a beautiful midnight blue floral sari and looked extremely stunning. Well, Sonakshi convinced us to add another sari to our fashion wardrobe. So, let us take a close look at her sari and decode it. Sonakshi Sinha donned a pretty midnight blue sheer sari, which came from the noted label Raw Mango. Her lovely sari was accentuated by intricate white floral patterns and a sleek black border. She draped the pallu of her sari in a nivi style. Styled by Mohit Rai, the … [Read more...] about Sonakshi Sinha Aka Rajjo Dons A Pretty Floral Sari And We Can’t Take Our Eyes Off From Her
In an editorial published on October 23, 2019, in the journal Medicine, Science, and Law, it was reported that in press is a manuscript in which “the Royal College of Psychiatrists recommends that all psychiatrists should be trained in the assessment and diagnosis of personality disorder.” Given this anticipated recommendation—the need for psychiatrists to assess personality disorders (PDs)—some measures, methods, and considerations regarding diagnosing personality disorders will be discussed below. There are various methods—techniques and instruments—for diagnosing personality disorders in clinical practice. There are psychometric self-report scales and projective tests as well as structured, semi-structured, and open-ended interviews. Depending on the setting, archival data may be available, such as medical, educational, or criminal records. Collateral reports (teachers, co-workers, peers, and family member descriptions of the … [Read more...] about How Do You Diagnose a Personality Disorder?
On May 13, 2019, I quit nicotine completely. I had been compulsively vaping (using an electronic cigarette) for about four years. I was intermittently smoking cigarettes, using nicotine gum, and trying to find any way to quit altogether. I read scores of articles about how to quit. Some encouraged nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) like gum, patches, or lozenges, while others swore by total abstinence and quitting cold-turkey. The anxiety that was wrapped around the possibility of quitting was paralyzing. I would talk myself out of it day by day, swearing that I would do it eventually. As the days passed, the anxiety didn’t lessen. As the weeks passed, my will to quit did not grow stronger. As the years passed, my self-efficacy slowly drained. Then, one day, with seemingly no catalyst or precipitating event, the decision was as clear as day. It was time. Granted, it did not feel like the right time. I had 100 reasons why it was absolutely not the right time. For whatever … [Read more...] about 6 Steps to Quit Vaping or Smoking
Source: Wikimedia, CC 3.0 Today is the 1,000th day in a row that I’ve written an article here on PsychologyToday.com. This seems a good time to offer what I believe are my most helpful self-help tips. I'll close with some popular advice I think is horrible. MY BEST TIPS From my eight books and 3,000+ articles, these may be my most useful, not obvious tips: Use the traffic-light rule. During the first 30 seconds of an utterance, your light is green—People are listening. During the second 30 seconds, your light is yellow—Chances are increasing they’d like you to stop so they can add or ask something, or simply think you're self-absorbed or boring. After 60 seconds, your light is red—Stop or ask a question. Be time-effective. Time is our most valuable possession. Most people waste lots of it. Of course, that means avoiding too much time in front of the tube, playing sports, etc. But it also means frequently and time-effectively using Google search, … [Read more...] about Best and Worst Self-Help Tips