Recently I've gotten a lot of questions on interviewing while I have been out and about. The people have spoken, and I have heard! So, it is time for a short post on interviewing questions because I know that they are difficult and anxiety inducing. A couple of things to note: Obviously, in whatever field you choose, there will be field specific questions. However, I am going to create a list of some questions I feel are standard in many interviews that you might run across. One thing to keep in mind, however?
c. 2012 Susun S Weed (Expert) Author: Down There: Sexual & Reproductive Health the Wise Woman Way Herbal aphrodisiacs are fun and effective ways of improving overall health in addition to amping up sexual health and vigor. In the past few installments, we have dabbled with potions of ginkgo, ginseng, ginger, guarana, damiana, potency wood, and yohimbe. Does this exhaust the list?
Everyone makes mistakes at one time or another, but what happens afterward is crucial to getting your life back on track. In Kristen's situation, she had millions of people emotionally invested in her romance with Rob Pattinson and since the scandal broke, she has been pretty quiet. I don't really think this is a good thing for her. Here are the three things Kristen can do to get her career and life back on track as well as reconnect with her followers.
7 Ways To Parent Better Teamwork What responsibilities do you and your spouse take on as parents? It’s important to find your style of parenting with teamwork. How do you help each other? Do you have to ask or is it just expected? It’s important to communicate with one another what your strengths are as parents because it will be easier to divide up tasks.
Ever since the movie “The Bucket List” people have been talking about things they want to do before they die. Ok, I’m sure people talked about this before the movie, but there’s nothing like some mainstream cinematic influence to get people inspired. I’ve always had a running list of things I want to do before I die, but after my divorce, I came up with a different type of bucket list. The realization that I almost spend the rest of my life sleeping with the same man and having really boring scared me.
Recently, I wrote here about making the most of time. This month, I have been asked a lot about how people can overcome paralysis and self-sabotage, so I thought I’d pass on my ideas on the subject. Getting in your own way is all about how you relate your yourself. In addition to not managing your time effectively, there are many ways you can stop yourself from getting the most out of life—not enjoying what you have or have accomplished; not being able to get motivated, or finish what you begin; and having a negative focus, which leads to discouragement, anxiety, despair and
A quick quiz for all you Dignity Daters out there who are curious if the man you’re dating wants to marry you. Do you find yourself wondering “Does he want to marry me?” regularly? After one or two years together (or maybe three or four!), it’s natural for you to start thinking about the “M” word…
I often work with parents who report that they are struggling with gaining their childs cooperation and that their child doesn't "listen". Usually, when I ask for a specific example what I find out is that it is the parent who was not listening to the child, but not intentionally. Children, particularly younger ones, communicate through their behavior which is often misunderstood by their parents. Let me explain with an example. One weekend our family was out furniture shopping and my then 3 year old daughter needed to go to the restroom.
WOW! That really hurts. When you have great expectations of a long term relationship and lasting love, you feel good about yourself and confident in the future. Then you get the dreaded Dear John/Jane letter or the pink slip at work and immediately go from the heights of excitement to the depths of disappointment. Being dumped can change your life and confidence in an instant.
Is your relationship in trouble? Here are four signs that it could be: 1. You’re finding more reasons to spend time apart. 2. You’re arguing with your partner more than you used to. 3. You often feel the only reason you’re staying together is because of the time you’ve already invested in your relationship. 4. You no longer feel sexually attracted to your partner.