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Interesting Psychology Facts


Couples who spend at least 10 minutes a day laughing together are more likely to have a stronger relationship.

Any friendship that exceeds the 7 yr mark is more likely to last an entire lifetime.

You can judge a lot about a person's character by what they laugh at.

A lot of problems in the world would disappear if we talked to each other instead of talking about each other.

Kids who play video games tend to have better hand-eye coordination, a better memory, and better problem solving skills.

A person is more likely to use " K " in a text message when they have no interest in talking to you.

75% of women ask questions in which they already know the answer to. This is why it's best to simply tell her the truth.

People who talk to themselves are more likely to have a high I.Q.

If you chew gum when you study a subject and then chew the same flavor when you the take the test it can help you remember.

Your body is actually designed to get 4 hours of sleep twice per day instead of 8 hours once!

Over thinking can cause physical and mental fatigue, it may also lead to chronic depression.

Ironically, sometimes the people who don't talk to you are the one's who really want to.

Psychology says, the best things in life are usually found when you are not looking for them.

According to old myths, the inability to fall asleep at night means you're awake in someone's dream

Lack of sleep makes it difficult to control emotions which is why people are more likely to cry or laugh uncontrollably at night.

Have A Great Life

We all know money is very important. But money is not so important that we do not utilize it even when we need it most but keep it in bank for someone else to enjoy. No one knows what future holds for us.

A British tycoon passed away.
He left for his widow 1 Billion Pounds in the bank.
The widow remarried one of her husband's young employees.
The young employee said,

"All this while I thought I was working for my boss.
I now realize that my boss was all the time working for me!"
Moral of the Story

It is more important to live longer than to have more wealth.
• Strive to have a strong and healthy body.
• In an expensive cell phone, 75% of the functions are useless.
• In an expensive car, 75% of the speed is not needed.• In a big luxurious house, 75% of the space remains unoccupied or unutilized.
• In a whole wardrobe of clothes, 75% of them are rarely worn.• Out of whole life's earnings, 75% stays behind for other people to use.
• In every human being, 75% of the talent is not utilized
So, how to make full use of our 25%?
• Go for medical check-up even when you feel fit.• Drink more water even if you're not thirsty.
• Let go your ego, whenever you can.• Give in even if you are right.
• Be humble even if you are very powerful.• Be contented even if you are not rich.
Have a Great Life !

Parenting: 10 Steps for Monitoring and Controlling Your Kids Online Activities

By Megan Maas, M.S.

Talking with parents about sexuality and online safety, it seems as if everyone just wants to know what button to push or what software to buy to ensure their child never sees porn, never talks to strangers online, and never posts provocative pictures. So let me say this from the get-go: There is nothing you or any other parent can do to guarantee your child will never do anything potentially dangerous online. There are, however, steps parents can take to drastically reduce the probability that a child will develop problematic internet behaviors.
In general, your goal should be to first focus on becoming a reduced-tech family. Putting more emphasis on the real world and less emphasis on the digital realm can help kids and teens put their value and energy into their real lives. It will lead to healthy use of the web—as a tool to connect with others and to learn about the world on an as-needed basis—instead of constantly trolling the cyber-sphere searching for the next thrill.
Here are 10 steps to get you and your family establish rules and practices for online safety:
  1. Get to know the technology, apps, and websites: So many parents I speak with don't know how to work apps, navigate a laptop, or turn on the Wii. Search YouTube for how-to videos and spend some time getting comfortable with the technology your child is using. You can also check out this App Guide for Parents, to fill you in on all the latest apps and how they work. Learn all about teens' use of social media sites and other online behaviors. Hint: Facebook is old news.
  2. Use existing privacy settings: Check the privacy and parental settings on all of your devices—desktop computers, laptops, phones, tablets, game consoles—and use them. Super savvy teens can bypass these if they work hard enough, but younger kids can't. And even older kids may be deterred or at least slowed down by them.
  3. Filter and monitor: Parents will tell me that they talked to their child about the internet, so they don't need to install monitoring software. Wrong! No matter how much you trust your child, it is essential to install software that can monitor tablets and smart phones (examples include this one and this one). Of course, there are ways for your child to get around these, which is why you need to continually check the devices and re-install the software as needed. Remember to be honest about your monitoring. Secretly recording a kid's internet usage will likely do more harm to the relationship than good for the child.
  4. Talk to your kids about digital citizenship: It's important for your kids to know that everything online is permanent. Everyone can see your "likes" and "favorites" as well as your comments on other photos, not to mention your own photos and videos. This permanency makes it important to consider your online reputation. Teens can start building a positive reputation online using LinkedIn and keeping all other social media profiles completely private. For example, most people keep their Twitter and Instagram profiles public and college admission committees will search applicants online and see those profiles. Encourage teens not to post sexy or wild photos of themselves, or at least not as a profile pic.
  5. Limit technology use: Try to limit tech and screen time by providing windows of time for when it is allowed and when it is not. You can also try a tech curfew, such as no internet after 7 or 8 p.m. Some families have instituted rules banning tablet or smartphone usage from 5-7 p.m., after which they allow a 30-minute window for responding to emails, messages, and texts, before having all devices turned off again at 7:30. There is also software which tracks time spent on Netflix, Facebook and games as well as applications like Microsoft Word and Excel, which is another way to monitor time spent on a computer doing recreational activities vs. homework activities. There is a new trend called "vamping," where teens stay up all night on social media while their parents think they're asleep. If this is the case in your home, you might have to disable the wireless router at night.
  6. Get step-by-step help setting limits in your home: The Total Transformation
  7. Keep internet devices in public places: It's easy to sneak a peek at porn when at a friend's house or even in your own living room. However, it is hard to watch hours of porn every day or to chat with a pedophile online if the only available devices are in the living room or den. So it's a good idea to forbid laptops, tablets, or smartphones in bedrooms or bathrooms. They are not private devices, so they do not belong in private rooms. Here's the catch: You should be role-modeling this behavior. Try to have a "home" for all your devices, such as a basket or cabinet (and consider locking them away if need be). This sends the message that these devices don't belong to your child—they belong to you, the parent, and you are allowing your child to use the device, as long as it's used responsibly. 
  8. Set rules with consequences. Digital behavior should be thought of as an extension of the self or a representation of the self. If you wouldn't do something in person, "in real life," you probably shouldn't be doing it online. Little kids understand this better than big kids who can think more abstractly and can rationalize their bad behavior online. One way to get your children to think about their online behavior is to have them sign a contract agreeing to the digital-behavior rules you set and outlining consequences if the agreement is broken. You can find a sample contract here.
  9. Gradually build autonomy: Your goal as a parent is to build autonomy within your child in almost every area: finances, emotions, social bonds, chores, and so much more. You want your child to be able to take care of himself or herself. The same is true for his or her cyber-self. Trying to block and/or monitor everything or eliminate technology completely isn't going to help your children regulate their digital behavior once they leave your house. That said, kids under 14 don't really have the ability (developmentally) to regulate themselves, so blocking and/or monitoring as much as possible is essential. As they get older, you can expand their cyber freedom as they earn your trust.
  10. Is extreme defiance stopping you from trusting your kid? Try The ODD Lifeline
  11. Respect privacy: This step is perhaps the most important one, because it sends the message that your monitoring efforts aren't about stifling their privacy; they are about protecting your kids. Respecting their privacy can include providing physical privacy (e.g. always knocking before entering their bedroom); providing a private diary or voice recorder for them to record their thoughts and desires; giving them access to sexual health websites (you may have to manually allow these if you are filtering their web use); providing them with books about bodies and sexuality for them to read on their own (and making clear you are available to answer questions); and allowing them to have private conversations with their friends on the phone and/or private time in-person..
  12. Fill in with fun: Now that you've carved out some time where everyone won't be glued to their devices, fill in that time with fun activities. Model the behavior you want to see in your kids and the healthy attitude they should have toward technology and the internet. Make your fun time together as creative and stress-free as possible to help ensure that they don't shrug off the wonders of the real world and face-to-face relationships in favor of what they are missing at that moment online.

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Live life to the fullest

When somebody told me that he has failed in his exams, my question
is, "Is it a law that you will pass every time?"

When someone told me that my spouse broke up with me, my
question is, "Is it a rule that you will have successful relationships

When somebody asked me why am I in depression, my question is, "Is
it compulsory to have confidence all the time?"

When someone cried to me about his huge business loss due to his
wrong decision, my question is, "Is it possible that you take all right

The fact is our expectation that life has to be perfect/permanent is the
biggest reason of our unhappiness.

One has to understand the law of impermanence of nature.
After each sunny day, there has to be a dark night, after each birth
there have to be certain deaths, for the full moon to come again it has
to pass through no moon. In this imperfection of nature, there is

So stop taking your failures and bad part of your life soooo personally
or intensely.

God does not like to give you pain but its the cycle
through which you have to pass. Prepare yourself for one more fight
after each fall because even failures cannot be permanent...!

Enjoy life....

Your breath comes to go.
Your thoughts come to go.
Your words come to go.
Your actions come to go.
Your feelings come to go.
Your illnesses come to go.
Your phases come to go.
Your seasons come to go.
You have come to go.

Then why do you hold on to your guilt, anger, unforgiveness, hatred
so so so tightly,

when it too has come to go...

Let it go ...
Live life to the fullest

​ Would it be such a loss ?

● Would it be such a loss if I didn't read the newspaper at breakfast,
And talked to my family instead...

● Would it be such a loss if didn't check my mobile every 10 seconds,
And paid attention to my partner instead...

● Would it be such a loss if I didn't upd
ate each activity on Facebook,
And updated my family about my day instead...

● Would it be such a loss if I didn't spend late nights at work,
And read bedtime stories to my children instead...

● Would it be such a loss if I didn't attend a party,
And had dinner at home with my parents instead...

● Would it be such a loss if I didn't stay up late net surfing,
And went for an early morning walk instead...

● Would it be such a loss if I didn't work out in the gym today
And helped out with the housework instead...

● Would it be such a loss if I didn't what's app my best friend on his birthday,
And turned up on his doorstep with a cake instead...

● Would it be such a loss if I did my colleague's work,
And didn't care if he got the credit instead...

● Would it be such a loss if didn't talk on the phone while crossing the road,
And helped someone across instead...

● Would it be such a loss if I didn't care how I looked,
And cared how I behaved instead...

● Would it be such a loss if I didn't do what I do each day,
And lived life just the way it's meant to be...

Humor: Single Lines

Whatever you may look like, marry a man your own age.  As your beauty fades, so will his eyesight.

Housework can't kill you, but why take a chance?

Cleaning your house while your kids are still growing up is like shoveling the walk before it stops snowing.

Best way to get rid of kitchen odors: Eat out.

A bachelor is a guy who never made the same mistake once.

I want my children to have all the things I couldn't afford. Then I want to move in with them.

We spend the first twelve months of our children's lives teaching them to walk and talk and the next twelve telling them to sit down and shut up.

The only time I ever enjoyed ironing was the day I accidentally put gin in the steam iron.

His finest hour lasted a minute and a half.

I asked the waiter, 'Is this milk fresh?' He said, 'Lady, three hours ago it was grass.'

The reason the golf pro tells you to keep your head down is so you can't see him laughing.

Some Tips For Relieving Stress

Stress Control :: #456

By Joe from USA.

  1. -eat more fruits and veggies; limit your intake of meat, sugar, coffee, processed food, and preservatives
  2. -drink more water(at least 8 glasses;choose warm water over cold)
  3. -exercise regularly(take a walk for 30 minutes, you don't have to stretch too much or lift weights)
  4. -try meditation
  5. -help others
  6. -give thanks for what you have; count your blessings
  7. -make a commitment to eliminate stress in your life and act on it...get all the help you need whether it be from books,resources, other people,etc...

​ Worlds 8 Superb Wisdom Lines


Shakespeare :

Never  play  with the feelings

of  others  because  you may

win the  game but the  risk is

that  you  will surely  lose

the person  for a  life time.



The world  suffers  a  lot. Not

because  of  the  violence  of

bad people, But because   of

the silence of good people!


Einstein :

I  am  thankful  to  all those

who  said  NO  to  me   It's

because  of  them  I  did  it



Abraham Lincoln :

If friendship is your weakest

point  then  you  are  the

strongest  person  in the



Shakespeare :

Laughing  faces  do  not

mean that  there is  absence

of sorrow!  But it means that

they  have the ability to deal

with it.


William  Arthur :

Opportunities   are  like

sunrises, if  you  wait too

long  you  can miss them.


Hitler :

When  you  are  in  the light,

Everything follows  you, But

when  you  enter  into   the

dark, Even your own shadow

doesn't  follow  you.


Shakespeare :

Coin  always  makes  sound

but  the  currency  notes are

always  silent.  So  when

  your value  increases

keep quiet.

​source: Unknown

Some Principles of Corporate Life

Some things never change. The way we feel about our children, the smile we get when first we smell the earthly aroma after the rain. These feelings rarely change, nor do some core principles of what it means to be human and to be alive. Here are 19 things we should never forget, because they have always been true.

HEALTH: 8 Great Benefits of Pomegranate

Time to add another carton of fruit juice to your shopping basket:

it seems pomegranate is the new wonder drink for all-round good health benefits.

Not convinced?

Check out these eight reasons why pomegranate deserves a place in your diet.
1.It contains three times more antioxidants, glass for glass, than green tea.

2.Drinking it will boost your intake of vitamins C, E, and K,
as well as potassium and calcium.

3.It contains folic acid, necessary to make red blood cells, and iron.

4.Drink pomegranate juice after a workout as it will speed up your recovery
and reduce muscle aches.
Research also indicates that it may prevent cartilage deterioration.

5.Pomegranates are thought to help protect you against cancer.
Research conducted in Israel showed that pomegranate juice destroys
breast cancer cells while leaving healthy cells alone.

6.New research shows that it may also help to prevent cardiovascular disease,
heart attacks and strokes, as it is understood to halt clogging in your arteries.

7. Studies have also shown that pomegranates can help to lower bad cholesterol
and build good cholesterol.

8.As well as being a source of calcium, pomegranates may also help to prevent
dental plaque forming on your teeth.

Looking for a pure pomegranate juice to help boost your health?
Check the ingredients, and avoid pomegranate drinks with added sugars,

juices, water and additives.