Whenever we talk about Shweta Tiwari, we're always short for words! The reason behind it is her on-point sartorial choices. Be it a saree or a dress, the actress never fails to impress us with her outfit picks and the way she carries them off with utmost style and elegance, makes us fall in love with her even more. Recently, Shweta took to her Instagram feed to share a few pictures, where she was seen blossoming like a pretty flower in her two new lovely dresses- one was a blue midi while the other was a yellow number. So, let us take a close look at her both outfits and pick our favourite one. … [Read more...] about Shweta Tiwari Blossoms Like A Pretty Flower In Her Blue And Yellow Dresses, Pick Your Favourite One!
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He accessorised his look with a pendant chain, which enhanced his look. The golden frames too added to the style quotient and we also noticed he flaunted a pair of studs. The Gucci headband upped his look and gave his look a sporty touch. The wavy tousle hair completed his look. Ranveer Singh looked amazing as ever. So, what do you think about his outfit and look? Let us know that. … [Read more...] about Ranveer Singh Flaunts Floral Jacket And Wine-Red Corduroy Bellbottoms And We Love It
“If you think about people who are going into a war zone, the kinds of responses that you need to have to survive in that war zone translate directly into many of the symptoms that we assess for as psychologists. For example, the hyper-vigilance that you need to always be scanning for the threat is absolutely adaptive,” Springer explains. “In modern war zones, there is no ceasefire. There is no place that is always behind the wire. As we learned in the Vietnam War, even on secure bases, sometimes the enemy infiltrates our ranks. So, being hyper-vigilant all the time is absolutely adaptive. You need to be always scanning for who is friend and who is foe or for where the threat is.” She also points out that PTS’s exaggerated startle response primes the body for a rapid response to threat. Many might call this a battle-ready state. … [Read more...] about The Post Traumatic Stress Response Helps People Avoid Danger
2. Make your phone an asset, not a liability. If you've heard of technoference (technology + interference), you're probably familiar with the idea that phones can be problematic in relationships. You've got texts to read, social media sites to check, online shopping to do... but when people are distracted by their phones to the point where they are ignoring their partners, relationship well-being can suffer. This partner "phubbing" (phone + snubbing") is now well-documented (Roberts & David, 2016). … [Read more...] about 6 Simple Steps to a Happy, Thriving Relationship