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Everyone knows that telling lies can get you into trouble. Most of us learned that as a kid. When Mom or Dad found out it was you, not the dog, who ate the last piece ofchocolate cake, you were in for it. But what if you got away with it? Chances are, if you did get away with it, you tried it again and if it continued to work for you, lyingbecame a useful tool in life. The thing is, sooner or later that kind of antisocial behavior catches up with you. It starts to affect yourrelationships and it can most assuredly affect your health.
Our nervous systems are connected to our immune systemsso it makes sense that our brain and our emotions can send out messages that affect our health. To put it simply, your body responds to the way you think. When we think happy thoughts our bodies produce endorphins; hormones that make us feel good. Those chemicals also contribute to a stronger, healthier immune system. Conversely, when we are worried, anxious or generally stressed out, our bodies produce different kinds of hormones such ascortisol, and norepinephrine.
Cortisol increases blood sugar and suppresses the immune system. Norepinephrine kick starts the “flight or fight” response meaning our heart rate accelerates and our blood pressure goes up.Modern medical doctors as well as
People stay in relationships for almost every reason under the sun. But what about people who stay in a relationship strictly for sex? Sure, it’s immature, but getting beyond that, is there really any harm? Great sex ranks differently on many people’s relationship values lists, and therefore figuring out whether it’s okay to stay together for sex is a much trickier question than it initially seems. The answer seems to be contingent upon how the relationship stands up to certain questions, so if you’re staying together strictly for sex, here are some things you should ask yourself:
1) Are you happy?First and foremost, this is the most obvious and most important question to consider. Some people are easily satisfied in life, and you shouldn’t be embarrassed to admit if you are one of those people. If sex ranks extremely high on the list of values you place on your significant other and your relationship, and the two of you are happy in this respect, then it may very well be that your relationship
This question has been asked by people many times, “How do you find and know your purpose in life?” It’s a question I’ve asked myself too. I’ve asked during times of emptiness or restlessness. I’ve also asked during times of joy and excitement.
“Do we really have to have a purpose in life?” A friend thoughtfully pondered when I expressed I have been meaning to write an article regarding this topic.
“What do you mean?”
“You know, do we have to know our purpose? Can I just live and enjoy life and make that my purpose?”
“Hmmmmm…” I stopped in my tracks and time stood still for a few seconds. “That’s a good question. Well, I believe that the intention to live life with enjoyment is wonderful. When we use the word ‘purpose’ it means we want to find a reason for our existence or a reason for living. And whatever we have chosen to do or be we must enjoy it.”
She became silent. I don’t think she was convinced.
I also don’t think there is anything wrong with wanting to enjoy life.
But I believe there must be something more. So I go back to my question, “How do you find your purpose in life?”
To guide you in finding your purpose in life, make a personal inventory by asking yourself these two questions.
Personal Inventory # 1: What do you love to do?
Personal Inventory #2: Where do you excel?
It's not really complicated. But you need to know who you really are to be able to identify your passion (what do you enjoy doing?) and your potential (what do you do well?). Knowing yourself will help you find your life's purpose.
What Do You Love to Do?The first question that you must ask yourself is what do you love
There are many models in the world, you see them everywhere, on the television, the catalogs, and magazines. Although there are many models in the world, there are only a few that become supermodels. Supermodels are the models who are the highest paid, the highest in demand, and do alot of haute couture and commercial work. Supermodels often work for top designers and top labels. They have multimillion dollar contracts, endorsements and campaigns. They have branded themselves as household names and worldwide recognition is associated with their modeling careers. First-name recognition is a solid indication of supermodel status in the fashion industry.
Tyra Banks started out at 17 years of age in Paris, runway modeling. She later posed for Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue and is most famous for her work as a Victoria's Secret model. She now has her own talk show.
Adriana was discovered in a local mall in Brasil. She moved to New York and did runway work and appeared on major fashion magazines. She then became a GUESS? girl and a victoria's secret angel.
A lot of (catty and insecure) women use the word supermodel as a derogative term, implying that the word is synonymous with being too skinny or otherwise unhealthy. These chicks also get excited whenever they hear that a famous celebrity has gone fat is now covered in cellulite.
I'm no supermodel -- but, neither am I insecure. Why should I say scathing things about a woman who was born to be stunningly gorgeous? I'm comfortable with myself and my appearance and I don't need to trash women who are more beautiful than myself to get my self-esteem up -- and one of the ways women seem to bond these days is by doing exactly that.
Yes, some of today's supermodels are very skinny and unhealthy -- but the majority of women I see who fit this description are not models, but rather Hollywood actresses and socialites. Regardless, the real supermodel era was during the 90s, and those women were not too skinny -- they were curvy, sexy and hawt. That tradition is still carried on today, by plenty of supermodels, so I've included examples from both then and now on this list. Obviously these are my own personal faves; this list has nothing to do with who made the most money or who was the most famous.
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