Scorpio: 23 October - 21 November Your relationship with your spouse will increase sweetness. Today you will also get a chance to spend more time with your beloved. Today you can also shop for any precious items for your beloved. On the other hand, if you are unmarried, then your marriage is going on. There will be full support of your seniors and boss in the office. Today all your work will be completed without any hindrance and on schedule. Businessmen can get some good information today. Some of your stalled work may be completed. Money situation will be satisfactory. Use caution when making economic transactions. As far as your health is concerned, if you are a sugar patient, then pay more attention to food. … [Read more...] about Daily Horoscope: 26 January 2021
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Insight, which is the ability to reflect on romantic experiences and to anticipate the impact of one’s behavior on the quality of the relationship. Mutuality, which is the understanding that relationships are about meeting each other’s needs, but also the understanding that each partner has different needs that are equally valid. Emotion regulation, which is an awareness of the emotions you’re feeling and the ability to channel them in ways that will be beneficial for both members of the relationship. In other words, romantic competence entails a conscious awareness of both emotional needs and appropriate actions for meeting those needs within a well-functioning relationship. … [Read more...] about How Good Is Your “Romantic Competence”?
Influenced by postencephalitic behavior disorder, in the 1940s through the 1960s the cluster of symptoms that we now think of as ADHD came to be referred to as minimal brain damage, a term later softened to minimal brain dysfunction. The assumption was that there was some form of subtle brain damage incurred either in childhood or during the birth process, even in the absence of neurological symptoms. Attempts were made in the 1950s to define the syndrome more specifically, and the name “hyperkinetic impulse disorder” was suggested. Hyperactivity was considered the most striking feature of the disorder.8 … [Read more...] about Is ADHD a Real Disorder or One End of a Normal Continuum?
As bad as the mental health numbers sound, they are not an entirely fair portrait of what’s really going on. First, the number of people reporting worse mental health is actually a surprisingly small percentage of the overall population in the UK (there is no reason to think the trends would be much different in the US or Canada). Second, those who were already predisposed to mental health problems are the people being most affected by the lockdowns. And third, most of the data was collected early in the pandemic, so it is unclear what happened as time and restrictions wore on. … [Read more...] about Is Mental Health Really Getting Worse During the Pandemic?
That experience grounded DeYoung in a more generalized fear that drove his career. He knew that it was possible that his rock and roll dream simply might not work for him and was determined to make sure he achieved his dreams. And thus, just as his songwriting method was simple and straightforward, so was DeYoung’s motivation to achieve in his career. “Fear of failure. That's what drives us all. That's it,” DeYoung described. “... My philosophy has always been that what drives us, fear as much as anything else is a great motivator,” he said. “I think the idea of fear of failure is wrapped up with a quest for perfection. So, my whole life, I've been on that quest.” … [Read more...] about How Dennis DeYoung Helped Me Face the Life Ahead of Me