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Behaviours

#21:25
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The state of never saying NO

If you are beholding to be loved at any price, you are fearful of staying alone, of not being liked… If you are beholding for acceptance, acknowledgement from others and you give excessive worth to the judgements of others… you don’t value yourself sufficient. Thus, it would be thought-provoking for you to try to say NO. You get annoyed for not reaching for what you truly desire.


#22:35
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Are we exploiting our children without knowing?

Countless children, even before they turn up ten are dragged to all kind of lessons, from music classes, like piano and violin, to dancing classes, tennis games, and even pageants. The parents are forcing them to follow their failed dreams, trying in every possible way to live through them. This kind of parenting the last few years is getting more and more worrying

#22:35
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The smartphone addiction and nomophobia syndrome

The cell phone addiction is, for many, the disease of the XXI century. So much that, the dread of being deprived of it can already be identified as a syndrome for a large part of the residents, without those affected being aware of it. The best cell phone, either with or without the internet, a smart phone or the lifelong type, is the one that we use only when it is useful for us. That one that we can do without without causing us any alteration. How many are able, today, to say that? Let’s raise our hands if we are able of leaving our cells at home without having a burning desire to come for it.

#22:30
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Why people feel the need to sell false morality?

When we are discussing the issue of prejudice it’s impossible not to approach the notion of false morality, which is currently more notable than you can believe at first. As a false morality, we can understand the realization of certain actions or disclosure of certain expressions on bases to support what society wants us to support, not what actually the individual supports if not pressured by the same society. The false morality makes people admit or defend something in public, when privately, they wouldn’t do it.