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Fatigued Willie and Tired Tim

As valuable knowledge demonstrates, mind improvement can be achieved from current events that can happen to a gentleman during a summer excursion, Fatie Willie murmured during one of his bright moments. I remember a casual encounter with Tired Tim on a railroad track where we first met and we exchanged a fraternal greeting.
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Emotional ventilation

“Give word to pain. The pain that does not speak, groans in the heart, until it breaks. ”Illiam Shakespeare Since we are little, we are taught emotions by classifying them as positive and negative. What they don't usually teach us is that all emotions are ephemeral, they don't last forever. Nor is it necessary to express them, both positive and negative, although socially this is frowned upon.
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The placebo effect on sleep

A study shows that just by thinking that we had a good night's sleep, even if it is not true, we will have an optimal functioning of our brain. In the same way that some clinical experiments have shown that placebo treatments (or sugar pill) give us positive results in patients who believe that what they took works, we can also obtain the placebo effect with sleep.
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The "trigger", causes and solutions

Being able to please the couple in bed is very important for most men, which is why many fear the so-called "trigger", which is nothing more than the loss of momentary and sporadic erection during sexual intercourse. It is estimated that about half of the men will suffer at some point in their life.
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The privacy of teenagers

Content 1 Supervision vs. privacy 2 Technology as a private space 3 Cyberbullying: a difficult problem to detect 4 Parental supervision and adolescent privacy 5 Warning signs for early detection of problems Supervision vs. privacy One of the biggest concerns with what parents must deal with during their teenagers is to know what they are doing in areas where they cannot be with them.
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Pride: How can it affect our relationships?

“A proud man always looks down - with disdain - at things and people; and of course, when you're looking down, you can't see what's on top of you. ”C.S. Lewis Healthy self-esteem includes the recognition of our virtues and defects, this implies humility and is a powerful antidote against pernicious pride; Accepting and confronting oneself, without makeup, filters or touch-ups, is an act that requires us to be brave and leave our comfort zone.
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