Common Psychological Rules of Etiquette. Learning new thing is very important. It can be useful for for many reasons because of hygiene reason some houses have strict rules about when entering a home, take your shoes off.
Do not burp loud an in public it’s rude.
Use often please and thank You. Always use some words like,”pardon?” or “come again?” with “huh?” or “HAH?”
Some other ones sit straight at a table this is for health as well as good dinner etiquette.
Never eat with your mouth open.
When you shake someone’s hand upon greeting, use a firm grip and look them in the eyes to show that they have your full attention, also by firm grip I don’t mean squeezing.
No arms on the table. Chewing gum would be bad too.
Never, under no circumstance, argue aloud in public, no matter what the other person said to you, no matter how rude he or she is.
Make sure the toilette is clean after using it.
These are just common sense or courtesy. The idea for every young man and woman to learn etiquette and manners so they can be treated with respect and be respectful themselves. Regardless of the gender of the person.
Teens don’t need to rely on substances to enjoy life. They can engage in fun, healthy activities, including sports, music or arts. Teens who have too much time on their hands can find a part-time job, allowing them to make and save money.
Kids and teen should involve in art and creativity. It will boost their life healthy. Make good connections make them happy. Always think positive this will help psychology and power for immunity.
“Ninety percent of addictions start when a person is a teenager and follow them into their future.”
Patti Neighmond’s article about age and heart, Dr. Ben Levine describe about function of heart. He is a sports cardiologist at University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center and director of the Institute for Exercise and Environmental Medicine at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital, in Dallas,”The heart gets smaller — stiffer.”
“Many studies that are done that look at [cardiovascular] health look at improvements in risk factors like high blood pressure, cholesterol and diabetes,” Goldberg says. “But this study specifically looked at heart function and how heart function can improve with exercise.”:)
Complementing a gift with a handwritten card is always a nice touch. And when you get a present even a small one it’s smart to give the gift of gratitude and happiness. Mindset and use art of imagination:)
Pope Francis is saying “Just Say No” to cigarettes.
Francis made the decision because “the Holy See cannot contribute to an activity that clearly damages the health of people,” the Vatican said. A statement cited the World Health Organization, which says smoking causes harm health.
We should boost health with fit life and healthy food. Get more energy be happy. No smoking please:)