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3 TOP Questions and 3 NEVER Questions to Ask Your Interviewer

3 TOP Questions and 3 NEVER Questions to Ask Your Interviewer

By Dayna Mathews for GalTime.com “So, do you have any questions for me?”, asks the drill sergeant dressed in the snazzy, black HR garb. Meanwhile, my mind goes blank, distracted by the inner dialogue I’m having with myself – What do you mean, do I have any questions for you? The only question I want the answer to is whether or not I’m gonna get this job! But, of course, I can’t ask that because I’ll seem desperate!

The Best Discipline for Toddlers

The Best Discipline for Toddlers

By Paul Holinger for GalTime.com Hitting, spanking, pinching, squeezing, paddling, whipping, swatting, smacking, slapping, washing a child’s mouth with soap, forcing a child to stand or sit in painful positions for long periods of time, punching, beating, kicking, biting, burning, or shaking. It’s frightening to think about those things happening to a child—and often a very young one.

The Importance of Structured Activities for Teens

The Importance of Structured Activities for Teens

By James Wellborn for GalTime.com It's summer, again. Do you know what your kids are doing? It is a bad idea for them to have the time and freedom to look for something interesting to do (because we all know where that will lead). The solution? Structured activities: organized sports, day and overnight camps, character building activities (a.k.a., chores, helping Grampa Joe clean up his garage, etc.) and volunteering.

Legal To-Dos Before You Say I Do

Legal To-Dos Before You Say I Do

There are so many wonderful and overwhelming things to get caught up in when planning your dream wedding. The dress, the venue, the flowers, the bling. OK, now it's time to wake up to reality. All this stuff costs money-- and lots of it. According the latest survey from The Knot, the average wedding now costs $28,427 and that does not include the honeymoon you'll need to decompress after the vows and party.

Can You Really Fall in Love TOO Fast?

Can You Really Fall in Love TOO Fast?

By Marcus Osborne for GalTime.com All of our lives we’re advised against allowing ourselves to fall in love too fast. They (whoever “they” are) tell us that love should happen deliberately, gradually, over a moderate amount of time to have truly legitimate long-term potential. That certainly seems like sound advice. A cautious approach to new love is never in any way inappropriate. Better safe than sorry.

Premarital Counseling-- The Pros and Cons

Premarital Counseling-- The Pros and Cons

By Laura Seldon for GalTime.com You likely test-drove several vehicles before buying your last car, read every tech blog possible to see which smartphone was best for you, and even texted a few dressing-room pics of yourself to a friend before buying that cute maxi dress. As an educated, modern woman, you know researching your options and getting a few opinions can be a good thing. So, why are we so afraid to get a little help when it comes to our relationships?!

Words for you from a Jain monk

Words for you from a Jain monk

Happy 4th of July! Happy Independence Day! I am currently at a religious convention in Detroit, Michigan. For those of you who are new to me, I am Jain. Jainism is more of a philosophy versus a religion. Its main tenant is nonviolence, which is called Ahimsa. To give you some more reference for Jainism, one of Mahatma Gandhi’s main teachers was a Jain monk. Here is a picture of me, my dad, and my brother at the convention, sitting in the hotel.

Go From Hello To I Do

Go From Hello To I Do

Getting a little tired of waiting for him to pop the question? You been together for a few years now, been to a dozen weddings together, seen almost all your friends get married and have their happy day. When will yours come? Click Here To Get Engaged How to get your man to propose without any arguments or him feeling pressured by you, use the tactics of persuasion and have your man buying your ring no later than a week.

Relationships: Tips to Help Overcome your Negative Reaction to yo

Relationships: Tips to Help Overcome your Negative Reaction to yo

EXERCISE: MIRRORS AND TEACHERS 1. List problem people: Make a list of people with whom you have had problems in the recent past. You can use the list from the exercise for reviewing your family map in the last chapter, choose the family members who are still presenting problems, and add to it other people who are difficult, but aren’t related.