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Build a healthy bonding with your partner


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Healthy BondingEvery relationship demands a certain amount of bonding between the individuals. This is true in the case of family and friends. But the most demanding factor among the family relations is that between the husband and the wife. Two, totally different individuals take the pledge to live together and to be there for each other in all situations that each one goes through. This needs a lot of give and take too. Only when there is a good rapport between the husband and the wife, can there be bonding too.

“In today’s busy world, where both the husband and the wife are working, we hardly find time to spend with each other”, says Vishal. “There was a time when my wife, Rupali and I could only meet at one of the airports, where we would be crossing paths because that was the only few hours we could actually meet each other in between our hectic schedules of official tours.” Situations like this can actually take a huge toll on the relationship. These situations are unavoidable at times but we should keep in mind that, the time spent with each other is very important in making the bonding more stronger.

Women as Makers of History


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Kalpana ChawlaInternational Women’s Day is the story of ordinary women as makers of history; it is rooted in the centuries-old struggle of women to participate in society on an equal footing with men. 

The idea of an International Women’s Day first arose at the turn of the century, which in the industrialized world was a period of expansion and turbulence, booming population growth and radical ideologies.

International Women’s Day was created to inspire women throughout the world to work towards equality. The day is commemorated at the United Nations and celebrated in nations around the globe.
 
Few causes promoted by the United Nations have generated more intense and widespread support than the campaign to promote and protect the equal rights of women. The Charter of the United Nations, signed in San Francisco in 1945, was the first international agreement to proclaim gender equality as a fundamental human right. Since then, the Organization has helped create a historic legacy of internationally agreed strategies, standards, programmes and goals to advance the status of women worldwide.

What’s your colour?


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Personality and colourI have always been fascinated by stuff like astrology, tarot card reading, numerology and face reading. A friend of mine, Vikramjeet, who shares my interests, just dropped by the other day and over a cup of coffee he revealed to me the connection between numerology and colours. He said that we all have what is known as a birth colour. This colour is determined by one’s birth number. Each of the numbers 1-9 are represented by a colour. And these colours can reveal your personality. And believe you me I was in for quite a surprise at the accuracy of the predictions.

What is important for us to understand is the fact that your personal colour need not be your favourite colour. Another important difference between your personal and your favourite colour is that while the latter may change from time to time, the former remains constant.
 
Intriguing isn’t it? So, here’s the magic formula for you. According to numerology, the birth colour of number one’s is red. Number two’s are orange, three’s are yellow, four’s green, five’s blue, six’s white, seven’s purple, eight’s black and nine’s brown.

How to Become a Better Listener


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Better listenerListening is an integral part of the communication process but it is also the part that is overlooked most frequently. Many people spend a great deal of time polishing their speaking skills but put little or no effort into becoming a better listener. The art of listening really isn’t very difficult and you can improve your listening skills in just a few simple steps.

Perhaps the most important tip for being a better listener is to give the speaker your undivided attention. Be sure to concentrate on the speakers words and resist the temptations to tune out their message. While speaking on the phone many people participate in other activities such as checking email, reading newspapers and other activities that distract from the conversation. Even in a face to face situation many listeners zone out by either thinking about their response to the speaker or daydreaming about something completely off topic.

By allowing yourself to be distracted, you are not listening as well as you could be. Even just a small amount of distraction could result in you missing a critical point of the speaker’s presentation. Focusing 100% on the speaker, however, will ensure that you are listening well and taking in all of the pertinent information.

How to Give Compliments and Sound Sincere


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ComplimentsThe key to giving compliments is sounding sincere so that the recipient of the compliment is truly flattered and appreciative of the compliment. An insincere compliment does not convey the same message. If you are giving the compliment for your own personal gain, your lack of sincerity will result in the person receiving the compliment not really feeling touched by your words. Sincere compliments are simple, timely and they are not premeditated. A sincere compliment is also often given in the presence of others.

When complimenting someone it’s important to keep your compliment simple and specific. A compliment that is too over the top sounds forced and does not seem sincere. Instead of gushing about the recipient of the compliment offer a simple compliment on a specific achievement.