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I'm more resilient

Le 21 novembre 2014, 04:34 dans Humeurs 0

I'm more resilient. When the divorce hit me I really didn't know if I'd be able to live on my own. My ways of coping with the breakup weren't perfect. While I wanted to avoid drinking, I did have nights of being black-out drunk. I had overbearing, emotional outbursts at others. There were times when I felt completely lost. As I came out of that time period I realized I had more strength than I imagined.

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I stopped negative patterns. Prior to the divorce, I had fallen into the routine of not being in the moment. I'd complain about doing anything new even while avoiding things I knew I'd enjoy. I had a short temper that mainly came from not communicating what I needed. The divorce gave me a chance to take a step back and think about why I was acting that way. Being removed from the relationship gave me the space to create new patterns.

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I learned about myself. I had been in a relationship from my early twenties to early thirties and didn't take enough time during those years to really think about what I wanted. I prioritized my ex and other people in my life. The divorce gave me freedom to better understand my goals, what I enjoy and who I am without a partner. I went to museums, tried yoga and did things without having to check in with anyone. I realized how important it is to maintain some time for me in any relationship.

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I made closer friendships. One thing a divorce is guaranteed to do is test the relationships you have with your friends and family. I lost some friends and realized I wasn't close to as many people as I thought. You also find out who really cares about you. I was honest and vulnerable with people in ways I hadn't been at any point in my life, which made our friendships stronger.Welcome to m-shoesbox sports shoes online store

Estimating religious groupings in society

Le 29 octobre 2014, 04:04 dans Humeurs 0

Estimating religious groupings in society is another area where perception is seriously out of kilter with reality. Like other controversial topics, it is a subject where media coverage is likely to play a role in exaggerating misconceptions. People hugely overestimate the proportion of Muslims living in their country, with the French putting the figure at 31 percent, when the real figure is 8 percent. The British guess at 21 percent (real figure 5 percent) and Americans estimate 15 percent (real figure 1 percent). Even in countries such as Hungary, Poland, South Korea and Japan, where fewer than one percent of the population is Muslim, people put the figure at four to seven percent.

By contrast, majority-Christian countries tend to underestimate how many people count themselves as Christian. The ramifications of widespread ignorance about basic measures of what is happening in society are unclear but they could potentially influence behavior and undermine rational political debate. If, as the survey found, people routinely underestimate the proportion of the population that votes in elections, there may be a persistent downward drift in voter turnout. Similarly, if people are not accurately assessing the impact of policies in areas such as immigration, then action by governments may not influence the political debate as expected.

From what my dad’s always told me

Le 22 octobre 2014, 09:21 dans Humeurs 0

From what my dad’s always told me, she was very much the person off-screen that she was on-screen — she would always say that she wasn’t an actress and that this all happened by accident and that any acting she did, she was just totally real about it. Meaning her best acting moments were her just being herself. I did inherit some of her clothes, but njsneakers not a ton. There have been some auctions and then some of is away in the estate, as we call it.

I have a lot of her cashmere turtlenecks, most of them are Ralph Lauren. They’re really durable and warm and I love wearing them. I don’t keep them [in mothballs]; they’re just with all my other sweaters in my closet. What else? Maybe some scarves, and I used to wear this little black and white skirt that was hers, but I outgrew it. She was really, really tiny. And I have this tiny little white stuffed teddy bear that’s vintage, which I have on my bed.

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