Smelling Your Partner’s Clothes Can Decrease Stress Level, Study Says — CBS Detroit

CBS Local — If you find that the pressures of everyday life are mounting and your partner’s not around to comfort you, rifling through their clothes and taking a whiff might be just what you need to help you relax, according to a recently published study. The study, published in the Journal of Personality and Social…

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Tennis elbow or Golfers elbow pain

I play Golf, and while doing repetitive movements in while playing has caused pain in my neck, shoulders, knees, elbow.

We can get tennis, hockey, golf elbow from other exercise or any sports.

Some players get benefits from doing massages with magnesium chloride, icing or when they rest for few days water massage in the swimming pool.

After watching several videos, I have chosen the best.

Dr. Kristie’s video has information about how to fix sports injury.:)

Dating trends

If you don’t put lot of pressure. Things will be different in life.

Take it easy, have a nice day.:)

 

Single forever.

via 7 dating trends of 2017 that probably ruined your love life — theBERRY

Christmas Tree Decoration

It is fun to see or make anything. If you really want to make something or start decoration. Collection of things will take time.

Making Christmas Tree Decorations is hard and fun filled work. Set mind to have fun.:)

 

Presentation

Talking in front of the crowd, is an ART and TALENT.  We all have anxiety, but little bit preparation can give you moral support. 🙂

Have Positive mindset, relax and have FUN!!!!

 

First, do a little prep before you do a presentation. Get a good night’s sleep. Stay away from that cup of anything Starbucks! You may simply be nervous or caffeine wired up that they you cannot sleep. Instead, try sipping some hot chamomile tea or take a supplement that calms the muscles and […]

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Outsmarting Human Minds

Harvard’s Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Banaji and research fellow Olivia Kang, developed Outsmarting Human Minds as a way to deliver up-to-date thinking about hidden biases in an engaging way.

Banaji said, “The behavioral sciences give us insights into what gets in the way of reaching out professional goals, of being true to our own deepest values”.  “The science is not new, but its message is still one most people have difficulty grasping and  understanding.”

Kang said, “Everyone wants to know what’s happening in their minds, and they want to know what they can do to make better decisions”. “The science is out there; the challenge is getting it to the public in a way that captures their interest.”

“We want to deliver this information to people in a way that doesn’t make them feel that they’re a bad person if they have these biases. The fact is, we all do. This is about acknowledging that hidden biases are a product of how we’re wired and the culture we live in. And then agreeing that we want to do something about it — that we can use this knowledge to improve the decisions we make in life and at work.”

Harvard psychology chair launches ‘Outsmarting Human Minds’