Why Stereotypes Are Not Always Good

September 23, 2012 § 1 Comment

To have a definite opinion upon this or that situation is useful and may help you to resist making a mistake in the most cases. But a few people are aware of the fact that developing one’s definite opinion sometimes goes beyond any sensible reasons and acquires rather weird form.

Lat us imagine a common situation. A girl is being brought up in a single-parent family. Her mother may suffer from numerous fixations and have a lot of settings against men. Her child’s psychics soaks these ideas easily and as a result of this the girl will see the world through a pile of stereotypes that she has inherited from her mother. Perhaps she won’t grow up in a closed bluestocking as her mum was but she is likely to develop an odd attitude towards men. The distortion of objective reality will make her to act like a victim or careless person.

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Energy Vampires among Us

July 2, 2012 § Leave a comment

In the modern society we have to communicate with lots of people every day. They are our co-workers, our neighbors, friends or just people sitting next to us in the public transport. With some of them it is quite easy to interact and find common topics for discussion. Some of them are boring and we just pretend that we listen to them while thinking of something else. But there are people who are not only annoying but also dangerous to our mood and even health. It is your decision whether to believe in energy vampires or not, but your attitude does not eliminate the fact of their existence.

How to define that you got acquainted with energy vampire? It is quite easy, just pay attention to the changes in your mood. If you become nervous, sad, depressed without any obvious reason, if you suddenly get a headache and your heart starts beating faster than you need to look around you – somewhere in the vicinity there is a vampire ready to steal your energy. Our life energy is a strong inner power that preserves our desire to live, if we deprived of at least a small part of it we feel drained and weak.

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