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Most people have difficulty coping their emotional turmoil. Some are very expressive and talk it out with someone else while some are very impassive. To those who are very expressive they let it out through social networking sites and post their emotions and release whatever tensions they feel. Afterwards, they feel relieved and less bothered. Actually, it is better to express your emotions rather than keep it with yourself. Keeping your sentiments will eventually tire you and you’ll suffer all the more whereas if you shout it out the pain will lessen and your mind become stable. Thus, don’t let the pain dwells in you for you’ll just suffer alone. If you are the introverted type, you may write a journal or draw or paint or just run and release the tensions building inside your chest.  


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Remembering my wedding day

I was about to face the biggest challenge of my life and that was getting married. Every time I feel lonely I usually recall the day of accepting the commitment of a lifetime and it makes me happy. On that day, the feeling was ambiguous. I felt very excited, very apprehensive, very anxious and at the same very happy. Actually it seemed I was floating and I had difficulty understanding my surroundings. It’s a kind of feeling that will happen only once in your life. On the other hand, getting married was not an easy task for you undergo a lot of pressure and a lot of stress. You took care of everything even the tiniest detail because you wanted your wedding to be perfect if not at least almost. Wedding is a very important day of every woman because it’s like a dream come true. The bride is like a beautiful princess in the fairy tale regally walking on the aisle on the arms of her father while looking excitedly to her handsome groom. Walking on the aisle was such an indescribable feeling which cannot be replaced nor purchased with anything on this world.



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Having you is a gift of a lifetime

Without you I am mess

You make me better you make sweeter

Having you helps me live easier

Your smile ease my worries

Your touch sooth my soreness

Your voice gives hope

You’re the reason I hang on

Let me feel you… let me hold you…let me love you

And let me die for you

Because I could not keep on without you


Having you is a blessing

Marrying you is more than anything

Loving you is my source of breathing

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Being married does not necessarily mean to disregard your physical appearance you should all the more work to look more beautiful in the eyes of your husband. Not that it matters most but what matters least which often neglected by most wife could be one factor that leads to a major problem. Try to be a little bit self and beauty conscious in order to maintain or enhance your appearance in so doing your husband will never cease to be enchanted with your beauty. Applying beauty products and a visit to hair and beauty salon can help you in your transformation. Never weary in doing this regularly so that you will become lovelier and prettier. Treat yourself once in a while for this is one way of distressing after all being a wife is not that easy most especially if you are already a mother. Always look after yourself, your health and looks so you will feel wonderful inside and out.

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Single women are mostly successful in their careers since most of them have no time for love or they have no love-life. They concentrate on working very hard and fail to give time to commit into a serious relationship. Also, when women is unattached at the age of 35, she is very picky and have a very high standard towards men. They easily get discourage when they notice blemishes or imperfections to a guy they are dating. Thus, they remain single and have hard time finding Mr. Right Guy. In this light, single women at the age of 35 have common personalities and these are the following:

  1. They tend to be irritable. They easily be annoyed on small things and seemed to be always angry of everything. They laugh a little and are very sensitive.
  2. They are very strict of almost everything and wanted to be impeccable.
  3. They seem to be happy but deep inside they are lonely. They long to have someone to be with, to talk with, to laugh with, to cry with and to love with.

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It is a fact that before the applicant get hired, there is a lot of element to look at and must be viewed intently. One of these is the job interview, one of the basis in assessing applicant whether he/she is qualified of the job he/she is applying for. Consequently, during interview there are proper ways to be manifested by the interviewee to show that you are one they’re looking for. Nonetheless it doesn’t fit to all countries because as what the Canadian had observed, new applicants exhibit different forms of behavior. For instance: eye contact, for Western countries eye contact is necessary to show sincerity but to Middle East counries it’s on the contrary for it is improper for them to do that; another is handshaking, it must be firm to signify trustworthiness, but to other countries it might be different thing; then also self-promotion, you should sell yourself to the interviewer to impressed him/her and consider you to be hired but then again there are countries who find it inappropriate; and lastly relevant information, wherein in other countries they answer specific details to questions that seems irrelevant to the interviewer. Subsequently, the new Canadian applicant coming from different country and culture are underrated or else overrated by the interviewer.

Our behavior and attitude varies from culture to culture in all the countries around the world, and basically we conform to this culture where we are brought up. And wherever we will go this culture is already embeded to us in which we can’t change it instantly. As for what the article talks about that during job interviews, the interviewer met different kinds of people from different countries, and so they tend to overrate or underrate the applicant which is for me not fair to them because it is not their fault that they grow in that kind of culture. It must be right if the interviewer should know where the applicant came from to avoid prejudicism and subjective assessment, and they should likewise take into consideration their culture because he/she might have the skills and capabilities needed in the job. The interviewer then must be open minded in deliberating the applicant who comes from different countries which has a very rigid culture because if the former aims to hire the best and the brightest then culture differences should be disregarded.