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So true!!

Conversation between a Husband (H) and a Psychologist (P):

🔸P : What do you do for a living Mr. Bandy?
🔹H : I work as an Accountant in a Bank.

🔸P : Your Wife ?
🔹H : She doesn't work. She's a Housewife only.

🔸P : Who makes breakfast for your family in the morning?
🔹H : My Wife, because she doesn't work.

🔸P : At what time does your wife wake up for making breakfast?
🔹H : She wakes up at around 5 am because she cleans the house first before making breakfast.

🔸P : How do your kids go to school?
🔹H : My wife takes them to school, because she doesn't work.

🔸P : After taking your kids to school, what does she do?
🔹H : She goes to the market, then goes back home for cooking and laundry. You know, she doesn't work.

🔸P : In the evening, after you go back home from office, what do you do?
🔹H : Take rest, because i'm tired after work.

🔸P : What does your wife do then?
🔹H : She prepares meals, serves our kids, prepares meals for me and cleans the dishes, cleans the house then takes the kids to bed.

🔱The daily routines of your wives commence from early morning to late night. That is called 'DOESN'T WORK'??!!

🎋Being Housewives do not need Certificate of Study but their ROLE is very important!

💝Appreciate your wives. Because their sacrifices are uncountable. This should be a reminder and reflection for all of us to understand and appreciate each others roles.

Some one asked her.......
Are you a working woman or a house-
wife ??
She replied : Yes I am a full time
working house-wife.
I work 24 hours a day.....
I'm a "mum",
I'm a wife,
I'm a daughter,
I'm a daughter-in-law.....
I'm an Alarm clock,
I'm a Cook,
I'm a Maid,
I'm a Teacher,
I'm a waiter,
I'm a nanny,
I'm a nurse,
I'm a handyman,
I'm a Security officer,
I'm a Counsellor,
I'm a comforter,
I don't get holidays,
I don't get sick leave,
I don't get day off......
I work through day and night.....
I'm on call......
all hours and get paid with a
"what do you do all day"

Dedicated to all women😘😊

👌🍃Woman is like salt
Her presence is never remembered but Her absence makes all the things tasteless !!🐾👍

Pass it to all the lovely ladies.....your Mother. .....your Wife......your daughter ...your sister.....your friend😊

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This is a bad, bad day at work. One of my guys did this today...
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This is really good!
10 things not to say at work
1. Does that make sense? 
Many women end their statements with,“Does that make sense?” or “Do you know what I mean?”. We do this because we want to make sure we were understood, but this phrasing suggests you think you were incoherent. Instead, ask your listeners, “What are your thoughts?” or say, “Let me know if you have questions about this” instead of the undermining, “Did that make sense?”

2. Just
“I just want to check in and see…” “I’m just concerned that…” We insert justs because we’re worried about coming on too strong, but they make the speaker sound defensive, a little whiny and tentative. Drop ‘em! 

3. Actually
“I actually think…” “I actually have a question.” Those actuallys make it sound like you are surprised that you have a question or that you disagree! 

4. Sorry, but…
“Sorry to bother you but…” “Sorry if this is a silly question, but…” Don’t apologize for taking up space, or for having something to say.

5. Just a minute and Just a little bit
“I’d like to take just a few minutes of your time” or “I’d like to tell you a little bit about our new product.” Sure, be efficient and succinct — and don’t take up more time that you need — but drop the apologetic words about infringing on another person’s time. What you have to share is important and worthwhile; convey that, instead.

6. Kind of and Almost
“I almost think we should go a different direction.” “I kind of think the report should be reorganized this way.” We tend to use these words when we’re unsure about our ideas or worried about offending others, but these qualifiers don’t really help with that; they just make our words less powerful. 

7. Undermining qualifiers
“I’m just thinking off the top of my head, but…” or “You all have been thinking about this a lot longer than I have, but…” or “I’m no expert, but…” Don’t tell people why what you are about to say is likely to be wrong. Lead with confidence in the knowledge that your ideas and insights matter. 

8. Uptalk
Yep, you know all about this one, but it’s important to include. In the English language, we raise our pitch at the end of yes/no questions. But, when you raise your pitch at the end of a statement, it makes you sound tentative, questioning, like you are unsure about what you are saying. Start paying attention to lowering your tone at the end of your statements — chances are good that you do it even when you’re not uncertain. 

9. Rushing and piling on the words
When we don’t feel we have the right to take up space in a meeting or conversation, we tend to rush through our words. We also tend to pile up phrases into one long string — instead of using concise sentences with clear endings. Short sentences and brief pauses between those sentences connote confidence and a sense of comfort in the role of speaker. They also allow the listener to absorb what you are saying and give you a moment to gather a deep breath and collect your thoughts. Punctuate and pause. 

10. Shrinking your space
This isn’t about speech patterns, but it does change the way people react to what you’re saying. Notice if the way you sit or stand shrinks the amount of physical space you are taking up. Take up room, uncross your hands or arms, sit tall, and make eye contact. Basically, be noticed.
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Great video addressing considerate open carry for all psa people out there
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Doubt kills more dreams than failure ever will...

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I think this round definitely has some potential. I would want to research more into the penetration. Over penetration can ruin the most well placed shot because of where the energy is lost

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