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What Others Remember Most About Us


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Happy People will forget what you did; people will forget what you said; but they won’t forget the way you made them feel.

We all love to be around people who make us feel good. They may make us laugh and not take life too seriously. Their attitude and perspective may encourage us. They make us feel at ease and free to be ourselves. And, we may feel appreciated and loved when we are around them.

When we think about the people we like to be around, what is it about them that makes us feel good? We may not be able to recall all the things they say or do that we like, but it is a combination of qualities that make us enjoy their presence.

More than anything, we remember that being with them is a good experience. They seem to bring out the best in us. On the other hand, some people make us feel bad. Their negativity is a downer and saps our energy. The way they treat us can make us feel angry, hurt, or disgusted. Their anxiety is unpleasant and contagious. We may feel badly about ourselves when we are around them. Expectations they impose upon us can be burdensome and overbearing. We may feel unable to measure up or to please them. Their words are toxic and destructive if we take them in. Is there any wonder we don’t like to be around them?

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Can you love two people at the same time


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Can you love two people at the same timeAsk Brenda who fell in love with Ali, married him in the teeth of searing opposition, stayed married to him despite his occasional philandering and loved and cared for him through the most tormenting times of a sexually transmitted disease which finally got to him. “I believe true love happens but once in a lifetime. I can never love another man the way I loved Ali,” says an emotionally wounded wife of 12 long years.

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NRI Offspring: Sometimes a Nightmare


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NRI OffspringMrs. S. was ecstatic when her daughter came to visit from the States, along with her eight-month old baby daughter. She had been readying the house for their arrival, and chatting excitedly to neighbours and friends about the latest and cutest photos of her grand-daughter that had been mailed to her before her daughter’s trip home. Shyamalee’s arrival was an event that dominated Mrs. S.’ calendar for many months before it happened.

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Your Values or Mine?


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Your Values or Mine?Ever noticed how clearly drawn the battle lines between the young and the older generation have been in recent years? Never before have people who loved each other so much, clashed so often, and so disquietingly over codes of behaviour and value systems blindly cherished by one and increasingly questioned by the other.

What constitutes values?

As adults most of us have a set of values by which we operate, values which have come to us from our parents, teachers and the general environment we grow in. Quite often there is a clash in the process of our imbibing them, particularly when we refuse to go by the norms set by our parents.

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Office Spouse: Close Relationships at Work


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Office Spouse: Close Relationships at workIt’s the most natural thing in the world, but its also the most artificial. Developing feelings of fondness for someone you see 12 hours out of the 24, sometimes 15, or even 18, is very natural. Not only are you seeing colleagues who work with you a lot more than you can see your own family members, you are also seeing them perform in a way that you cannot really expect your actual spouse to.
 
Whether its responding to deadlines, handling people and relationships, having a sense of humour, or keeping a cool head under stressful conditions, people you work with can be measured by any of these yardsticks and more. Which is more than can be said of your spouse. Why should someone, with whom you share leisure moments like watching TV, sleeping (!), socializing and shopping, show any of the qualities you have noticed in a colleague? When we expect the same dynamic qualities in our spouses, that our co-workers at office seem to possess, we are often doing both an injustice.
 
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