Friday, September 13, 2013 3:29:56 PM
FUNNY! FACEBOOK INBOX TOASTING by girls
Some Girls don't even know how to chat or
interact. They will be the first to inbox you
and they will make the conversation
Sandra: Gud (They wont even ask you
''how about you?'')
Kingsley: Thats nice
2 days Later...
Sandra: Good morning
Kingsley: Good morning dear, how was
Kingsley: I can sense it
30 minutes Later...
Sandra: I love your write up
Kingsley: thanks, what do you like about it
Kingsley: But you said you just liked it
1 day Later
Sandra: Hi Kingsley
Monday, March 18, 2013 6:11:44 PM
You are never too old to set another goal
or to dream a new dream.
Wednesday, November 21, 2012 10:41:39 AM
Suppose that you went to a friend of yours with a smile on your face and then told him that you were sad, will he believe you?
No, he would never believe you because he can see the smile on your face. In other words he noticed the inconsistency between your words and your facial expression.
You might think that Nobody smiles when he is sad and you are right about that but I’m not talking about conscious inconsistencies; I’m talking about unconscious ones.
Your subconscious mind controls many of your involuntary functions like that of breathing, sweating, heart-beating....etc.
When someone attempts to lie he will usually control his facial expressions and his tone of voice but his unconscious mind will still control all other involuntary signals like his body language and respiration rate.
These unconscious signals are the ones you can use to detect if that person is lying. If the person's words are consistent with his unconscious signals then he is saying the truth otherwise, he is lying.
This article is not about intuitive or logical tricks but instead it will tell you about lying detection methods that are based on deep psychological concepts and proven facts.
Signs that Show if Someone Is Lying
The following are signs you should look for when attempting to spot a liar:
Body Language: Liars usually hide their palms and don’t sit straight while telling a lie. They also avoid eye contact while telling the lie and they might take the body language negative evaluation gestures if they felt bad while lying (For more information on that gesture check the full page on a liar's body language).
Eye Accessing Cues Mismatch: According to NLP The direction the eye moves in reflects the function taking place inside the brain at that time. For example, looking towards the upper left side means that you are constructing an image in your mind while looking at the upper right side means that you are recalling an image. How can that be of use? Well, think about it, if someone looks towards the upper left when asked about something then he's probably constructing an image of the lie he's about to tell. This is one sign that shows that he might be lying.(See the full guide to eye accessing cues and liar detection).
Inconsistencies in the Story: If the person is lying then the story he tells might change a bit every time it is discussed. The liar will forget a word, add something completely new or remove something that he had previously mentioned. Regardless of the type of inconsistency, its a sign that shows that a person is lying.
Feeling Anxious: Almost anyone who lies feels anxious. The intensity of this anxiety varies depending on how professional the liar is. Try to spot this state of anxiety in order to detect liars. Talk as much as you can about the subject in order to keep the person anxious. Check out anxiety body language in order to be able to detect the presence anxiety.
Avoiding the Subject: A person who wants to hide something will usually try to avoid bringing it up in the conversation. Try to talk about anything related to the situation without addressing it directly and see if the person tries to jump to another topic.
Lack of Assertiveness: Unless that person is a special agent who is professionally trained to lie he will usually lack assertiveness while lying. His tone of voice will be lower and he will appear to be less confident.
Speaking Slowly: When telling a lie the liar will usually make up events as he talks. This usually results in slower talking speed or in stopping many times while talking in order to find what to say.
Wednesday, October 10, 2012 9:00:55 AM
Sometimes we face
tough decisions that involve
one or more unknowns. We
can’t know in advance what
the consequences of each
alternative will be. This is especially true of big decisions
like quitting a job, entering or
exiting a relationship, or
moving to a new city. When faced with such a
decision, what do you do? If
you can’t figure out the
consequences, can you do any
better than guessing? Usually what people do in
such situations is freeze. Even
when you don’t like what
you have, you may worry
that the alternatives
are worse. In a way every decision involves a choice
between maintaining the
status quo vs. making a
change. When we can’t be
certain a change will work
out for the better, by default we stay put. Let me give you a very simple
method of making these
kinds of decisions. In most
cases it takes no more than 60
seconds to evaluate any
particular path. For each alternative you’re
considering, ask yourself, “Is
this really me?” What you’re asking is
whether each path is a fair
expression of who you truly
are. To what degree does each
option reflect the real you? Decisions are acts of self-
expression When we look at choices as
being more than just paths —
as being creative statements
of self-expression — certain
decisions become much easier
to make. You may say to yourself, “This path isn’t going
to be easy, but I know this is
the right way to go
because it’s who I am.” Or
you may conclude, “No
matter how I try to represent this to myself, I
know that deep down this
isn’t who I am. This just isn’t
me.” It’s very important to
separate this evaluation step
from the act of summoning
the courage to act on this
knowledge. It’s OK to
acknowledge you’re in a place you don’t want to be, even
when you lack the ability to
do anything about it right
now. The courage to act comes later. Here are some ways you can
apply this method: Is this job really me? Is this company really me? Is being an employee (or
enterpreneur or investor or
business owner) really me? Is this relationship really me? Is this city really me? Is this house really me? Is this book I’m reading really
me? Is this shirt/dress/tie really
me? Is this friend really me? Is this hobby really me? Is this car really me? Is this food really me? Is this habit really me? Is this spiritual or religious
belief really me? Is this level of fitness really
Friday, June 15, 2012 4:24:57 PM
Not only does an early surprise leave her feeling lovey-dovey, but it also builds anticipation to see you later on.
What should you send? Cliches aside, flowers are an ideal choice because most women appreciate a nice floral arrangement. But be sure to put some thought into the buoquet you choose.
If you are feeling very motivated, get her something she mentioned in passing, like that little antique necklace she noticed in the thrift shop window or a bottle of her favourite perfume that she just finished. Keep your ears open & ideas will flow!
And the card? Keep it short & sweet with a hint of what's to come. Something simple like "just thinking of you, can't wait to see you tonight..."
2. create a romantic setting at home
The next phase of operation will be in the house. Select the perfect menu, lighting & variety of songs she will be into. She will appreciate the extra thought & effort.
3. Prepare the meal yourself!
When a woman wants to be romanced, she will almost always prefer a fine dish cooked by her beau to one cooked by a stranger in apuffy, white hat. It's just more intimate & personal. Example of romantic dishes that are easy to prepare is Fried rice & chicken with red Champagne
4. Listen Up:
Most women love a good listener, so when you're trying to be romantic, make sure you are attentive to what she says. Don't dominate the conversaiton.
Here are some examples of conversation ideas that will keep the mood romantic & sensual:
©ASK HER WHAT SHE'S THINKING ABOUT
© BE NOSTALGIC
©TALK ABOUT YOUR TURN-ONS.