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Why Is Everyone Blissfully Happy, But Me?
Ironically, a gorgeous spring day triggers sadness, tiredness and emptiness. You would have preferred it to be a rainy day giving you an excuse to stay home, curl up and watch a movie. Why?
Why Is Everyone So Annoying?
Would you describe yourself as critical like you can’t help but notice the flaws? Your negative perceptions might be due to projection. Similarly, positive comments can be self-revealing. Most things that upset your equilibrium challenge your self-worth in some way.
Why Is Everyone So Rude?
We are so unaccustomed to polite behavior that we are actually frightened by it. In addition, we have become cynical, believing that a kind act has a hidden agenda. Rudeness is fueled by stress. How do we deal with rudeness and avoid being rude ourselves?
Why Isn’t All This Good Advice Working For You?
Every day you are bombarded by well-intentioned, “good” advice ranging from stress management to diet and exercise. Sorting it all out can be difficult. So why isn’t it working? Here’s what will:
Why Susan Boyle Isn't Happy?
We have all heard the phrase, “Be careful what you wish for,” but nobody believes it. How did Susan Boyle get so exhausted, upset and drained by all this good fortune?
Why We Clutter
There is a strong correlation between the need to accumulate/hold unto possessions and feeling disconnected from others.
Why We Should Resist the Urge to Give Advice
We just love to give advice. But take my advice: Resist the urge to give advice, solicited or unsolicited and you won’t feel resentful when people choose not to take your advice!
Why Women Apologize More Than Men
Women apologize frequently even when they believe they have done nothing wrong. When a woman apologizes even when she is not guilty of anything, she wants to please.
Why Women Are More Prone to Depression Than Men
Both men and women are stressed environmentally, physically and emotionally. However, researchers in social psychiatry point out women are twice as likely as men to develop depression. Why? And what can you do about it?
Why You Can Finally End The Housework War
Since studies show that women tend to bear a disproportionate load of the housework, it is a given that a relationship might be stressed if one member tends to be a shirker while the other an over-doer.
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