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Psychology Of Colors September 13, 2013

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About Sleep July 13, 2012

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There are something about sleep we don’t know yet and it is a big deal when this habit is getting less now a days because of our lifestyles, our bad habit, jobs, and even the night life we do in our daily lives.. ¬†These things is not usually talked about but we all needed to know how it really affects us big time ūüôā

sleep

ALL about SLEEP

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How to Transfer a Photograph Onto a Block of Wood October 19, 2011

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This is A good idea in preserving pictures ūüôā

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DREAMS September 28, 2011

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10 Fascinating Facts About Human Body August 4, 2011

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SucCesSfuL way at raising BrAtS.. July 1, 2011

Filed under: advise,Daily,Life,Online help,Personality — TinaCulit @ 3:03 am
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So many today have been successful at raising brats. Here's some of the finest advice you'll ever receive on how 
to raise a brat:

1. WHEN A BABY, DON'T LET HIM CRY IN BED Do not allow YOUR baby to suffer any hardships, especially in infancy. 
Run to his aid as soon as he cries. He'll soon know how to control you, rather than you controlling him. This way, 
they'll expect to be pampered all of their lives.


2. LET HIM SAY "NO" It's so cute. Let that be his favorite word. Sure, it's rebellion verbalized, but he should be 
allowed to have a mind of his own.

3. DO NOT GIVE ANY DUTIES, RESPONSIBILITIES Do it all for them. Then they'll think this world owes them a living. 
They'll quickly join the crowd of grown up babies shouting, "I've got my rights," rather than those who are men 
and women enough to fulfill their responsibilities.

4. NEVER SPANK THEM When the senior citizens today speak of spanking as being "the way we used to do it," remember,
grandma and grandpa were "child abusers." Don't ever discipline your child. Wait till they're in trouble, and let 
the penal system (prisons and jails) discipline them. Listen to Dr. Spock (who never raised a child in his life) 
and the other child psychologists, not the old timers who raised 5 or 10 children successfully!
Throw out the Bible and its admonitions like: "He that spareth his rod hateth his son: but he that loveth him 
chasteneth him betimes (early in life)" Proverbs 13:24. "The rod AND reproof (teaching that exposes wrong) give
wisdom: but a child left to himself bringeth his mother to shame," Proverbs 29:15. You can only develop a true 
brat if you won't properly discipline them.

5. DEFEND THEM IN SCHOOL Always take the child's side. Teachers and principals have got it "in" for the little 
angel. Understand that your child can do no wrong. Expect teachers and principals to know that too!

6. CRITICIZE LEADERS AND PREACHERS You can't trust them. Tear down authority in front of them. Make sure they hear
you. They'll live in insecurity not knowing who to trust. They will be totally prepared for a life of rebellion. 
They will not learn to properly fear anyone and will probably lose their jobs when the boss asks them to do 
something. Don't tell them that 99% of those in leadership positions are good people who are sincere and have 
never been indicted for anything. Leave them with the impression that they are all bad.

7. DON'T EVER SAY "I LOVE YOU" They can figure that out! After all, you've given them everything they've ever 
wanted. What more can a parent do (of course, don't give them yourself!)

8. GIVE THEM EVERYTHING THEY WANT Buy something for them every time you go into a store. Never say "no" to them. 
When properly trained this way, they will be used to having every appetite of theirs fulfilled immediately. When 
they grow older and develop natural sexual appetites, they will have been trained by you to seek immediate 
fulfillment. Teen pregnancy or sexually transmitted diseases shouldn't really surprise the parent then. Sooo...
give them everything they ask for while they are kids.

9. NEVER TEACH THEM THE BIBLE Teach them math, science, history, art, music, reading, physical education, sex 
education, etc. but don't teach them the Bible. Let them decide for themselves. Make them go to school 5 days a 
week for all day, but don't take them to church for 1 hour on Sunday.

10. ALWAYS TRUST YOUR CHILD He's a little angel. He wouldn't dare do anything behind your back. Did you ever ask 
a young person whom you catch smoking, "Do you smoke at home?" Usually the answer is, "You've got to be kidding my 
parents would kill me." Remember, that's the other kids in town, yours would never do that.

11. SCREAM AT YOUR CHILDREN This is the only type of communication necessary to raise a brat. Time spent answering 
their questions and instructing them is wasted time. The only training really required of parents is potty-training
.After that, it is the obligation of day cares preschools and schools. Scream constantly, and the fond memories 
your children have of home life will assure you as a parent that your kids will never take care of you when you're 
old.

12. LET YOUR CHILD COME AND GO AS THEY WILL Don't set any boundaries. This will lead to a life of insecurity. Brats 
don't need guidelines.
13. MAKE SURE THEY ARE POPULAR They must be in with the crowd, their peers! Don't let them be an oddball. If they 
follow the crowd, the crowd will become the greatest influence in their lives. Nothing to fear there, right?

14. LET THEM WATCH TV CONSTANTLY Keep them away from reality. Let them live in fantasy all of their lives. Brats 
need entertainment! A life of comfort and ease produces high-class brats. They won't know how to deal with reality
or real people, but maybe they'll just go into seclusion rather than becoming contentious or hostile. It's usually
one or the other. 


CONCLUSION Brats are produced, not born. It takes effort to obey the above principles. Parents should prepare 
themselves for a life of heartbreak for it is sure to come.
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With these kind of notes you have to realize we people sometimes understands theory and situations when negative
result has been brought to our attention ;)

REF: www.biblebelievers.com/how_to_raise_a_brat.html
 

100 Most beautiful words in the English language June 11, 2011

Filed under: Langguage,Online help,STUFF,Tools,Uncategorized — TinaCulit @ 5:31 am
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Ailurophile A cat-lover.

Assemblage A gathering.

Becoming Attractive.

Beleaguer To exhaust with attacks.

Brood To think alone.

Bucolic In a lovely rural setting.

Bungalow A small, cozy cottage.

Chatoyant Like a cat’s eye.

Comely Attractive.

Conflate To blend together.

Cynosure A focal point of admiration.

Dalliance A brief love affair.

Demesne Dominion, territory.

Demure Shy and reserved.

Denouement The resolution of a mystery.

Desuetude Disuse.

Desultory Slow, sluggish.

Diaphanous Filmy.

Dissemble Deceive.

Dulcet Sweet, sugary.

Ebullience Bubbling enthusiasm.

Effervescent Bubbly.

Efflorescence Flowering, blooming.

Elision Dropping a sound or syllable in a word.

Elixir A good potion.

Eloquence Beauty and persuasion in speech.

Embrocation Rubbing on a lotion.

Emollient A softener.

Ephemeral Short-lived.

Epiphany A sudden revelation.

Erstwhile At one time, for a time.

Ethereal Gaseous, invisible but detectable.

Evanescent Vanishing quickly, lasting a very short time.

Evocative Suggestive.

Fetching Pretty.

Felicity Pleasantness.

Forbearance Withholding response to provocation.

Fugacious Fleeting.

Furtive Shifty, sneaky.

Gambol To skip or leap about joyfully.

Glamour Beauty.

Gossamer The finest piece of thread, a spider’s silk.

Halcyon Happy, sunny, care-free.

Harbinger Messenger with news of the future.

Imbrication Overlapping and forming a regular pattern.

Imbroglio An altercation or complicated situation.

Imbue To infuse, instill.

Incipient Beginning, in an early stage.

Ineffable Unutterable, inexpressible.

Ing√©nue A na√Įve young woman.

Inglenook A cozy nook by the hearth.

Insouciance Blithe nonchalance.

Inure To become jaded.

Labyrinthine Twisting and turning.

Lagniappe A special kind of gift.

Lagoon A small gulf or inlet.

Languor Listlessness, inactivity.

Lassitude Weariness, listlessness.

Leisure Free time.

Lilt To move musically or lively.

Lissome Slender and graceful.

Lithe Slender and flexible.

Love Deep affection.

Mellifluous Sweet sounding.

Moiety One of two equal parts.

Mondegreen A slip of the ear.

Murmurous Murmuring.

Nemesis An unconquerable archenemy.

Offing The sea between the horizon and the offshore.

Onomatopoeia A word that sounds like its meaning.

Opulent Lush, luxuriant.

Palimpsest A manuscript written over earlier ones.

Panacea A solution for all problems

Panoply A complete set.

Pastiche An art work combining materials from various sources.

Penumbra A half-shadow.

Petrichor The smell of earth after rain.

Plethora A large quantity.

Propinquity Proximity; Nearness

Pyrrhic Successful with heavy losses.

Quintessential Most essential.

Ratatouille A spicy French stew.

Ravel To knit or unknit.

Redolent Fragrant.

Riparian By the bank of a stream.

Ripple A very small wave.

Scintilla A spark or very small thing.

Sempiternal Eternal.

Seraglio Rich, luxurious oriental palace or harem.

Serendipity Finding something nice while looking for something else.

Summery Light, delicate or warm and sunny.

Sumptuous Lush, luxurious.

Surreptitious Secretive, sneaky.

Susquehanna A river in Pennsylvania.

Susurrous Whispering, hissing.

Talisman A good luck charm.

Tintinnabulation Tinkling.

Umbrella Protection from sun or rain.

Untoward Unseemly, inappropriate.

Vestigial In trace amounts.

Wafture Waving.

Wherewithal The means.

Woebegone Sorrowful, downcast.
 
REF: http://deshoda.com/words/100-most-beautiful-words-in-the-english-language/