Trying to see a situation from your spouse's perspective is supposed to be a good thing, right?
You get a snapshot of his or her feelings and thus can be more understanding and empathetic.
We seek great pleasure in comfort food, alcohol and that ‘special someone’ to feel good about ourselves. It sure is…That love buzz distracts us from what we really want. We […] I’ve got a friend who is blessed with a keen intelligence but by his own admission would never win a beauty contest.
" As this handy graphic from the self-improvement website explains, couples who celebrated each other's successes in four steps—showing enthusiasm ("A spelling bee! "); asking questions ("So, 'babushka' counted even though it's Russian? "); and, reliving the moment with them ("So, what exactly went through your mind when you heard psychoneuroendocrinological? Further research proved that "people who did this three times a day for one week improved their happiness." And happiness, as we know—scientific studies or not—usually leads to a lot of more happily ever afters.
Each week, as Bryant describes, the CEO of the social-networking site Foursquare, Dennis Crowley, sends an email to his whole company.
The email has three parts "Things I'm Psyched About," "Things I'm Not Pysched About" and "Things I'm Working On," as well as a list of links to random things he finds interesting.
But there are a few tips and tricks you may not have come across before that can help: Decide the story you want to tell Believe it or not, your profile actually tells a story to your […] Why is it hard to find love?
The question should be, why is it we find it hard to self-love?