Home Beauty Hair care Hair Care oi-Aayushi Adhaulia By Aayushi Adhaulia on March 4, 2021 Whether you are going out for a casual party or getting ready for a wedding, if you are looking for some amazing hairstyles goals, Yashika Aannand 's Instagram feed is all you need to scroll. The actress is quite active on social media and her feed is full of her stunning pictures from different photoshoots, where she is seen giving either makeup goals or hairstyle ideas. The recent two posts of the diva showed her flaunting two pretty hairdos. One was a cute ponytail with headband that seemed perfect for party while the other was a messy bun that made for a perfect wedding hairdo. So, let us take a look at both hairstyles for goals. Yashika Aannand's Ponytail And Headband Yashika Aannand looked very cute and pretty in her high ponytail and she also adorned her hairstyle with a dotted headband that … [Read more...] about Your Party And Wedding Hairstyles Sorted Ft. Yashika Aannand; Check Out Her Pretty Looks!
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Home Fashion Bollywood wardrobe Bollywood Wardrobe Aayushi Adhaulia By Aayushi Adhaulia | on March 4, 2021 Neha Kakkar and Rohanpreet Singh are the unlimited goal-giving couple. The duo has been shelling out major goals ever since they tied the knot with each other. With their cute sizzling chemistry and co-ordinated outfits, they always manage to steal the attention of the people. The couple are often seen twinning in matching-coloured outfits and also keeps sharing pictures with lovey-dovey captions for each other on Instagram. Recently, Neha and Rohanpreet both shared pictures on their Instagram, where they were seen complementing each other in their black numbers. While Neha slayed it in a sequin saree, Rohan sported stylish suit. So, let us take a close look at their outfits and decode it for goals. So, Neha Kakkar was decked up in a black sequin saree, which came from Kalki Fashion and looked … [Read more...] about Neha Kakkar And Rohanpreet Singh Shells Out Major Couple Fashion Goals As They Twin In Black
A chasm opens; the first sign of possible divorce Source: Mohamed Hassan/Pixabay Recently an interviewer asked me why people divorce. Seems like a simple question, right? However, a review of the research shows that statistics vary widely from one study to another. In fact, this is a harder question than one might think. Is there a "final straw," such as an affair? Or a long-term "slow burn," such as lack of communication or lack of commitment? One reason might be that the research data is based on what people report as the reason for divorce, which might be the "final straw" without mentioning the context or long-term problems. For example, one respondent might say, "He had an affair" ("last straw"), and the underlying reason might be "lack of intimacy " ("slow burn"). Some studies say that " infidelity" is the biggest reason , others say "lack of commitment," and yet others say "basic incompatibility." In this article, I'll share the reasons that come up most … [Read more...] about Why Do People Divorce?
This post was written by Ellen B. Luborsky, Ph.D. This post is part of a series on Parenting During COVID. Part 2 is here . It comes with the territory. Children express themselves through the language of behavior. When a small child puts her arms up, everyone knows what that means. But what about when a kid has a meltdown in the middle of the sidewalk? Or what about one who ignores everything you say? These are among the challenges that may end up in your lap. If the behavior was always difficult to deal with, it can be more so during COVID. With everyone home and the many stresses that families are under, it is not too surprising that kids feel it too. But it is important not to jump to conclusions about the meaning of behavior. Finding a way to understand and cope with feelings that come disguised as behavior is its own challenge. The Language of Behavior The language of behavior does not have a dictionary. There is no checklist that explains the meaning of a … [Read more...] about Decode the Message in Your Child’s Behavior
This post was written by Ellen Luborsky, Ph.D. As a child, I lived in Kansas. I remember spending hours on my neighbor’s lawn, searching for four-leaf clovers. Inside the house, my favorite game was one my sister, brother, and I invented. School was easy and we had no homework. I have always felt like that was a wonderful start. It left me wondering, glad to play, and with an interest in learning more that took me to a Ph.D. People worry that kids are falling behind, without the same structure and instruction they had in school before COVID. There is plenty that is difficult for kids these days, and almost every kid I talk with is not a fan of online school. They miss seeing their friends, they miss the random playtime together. But it does not mean that this time has to be a waste. Let’s use it as an opportunity to bring back open time, where children think for themselves, see for themselves, invent and create. But to make good use of that time, we also need plenty of … [Read more...] about Bring Creativity and Adventure to Kids’ Lives During COVID