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Trendy Relationship, Liaison, Alliance, Affiliation - Part 2
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Travel from time to time! With no “guides”!
- A journey round the world would be an unique experience for both of you. As sure as eggs is eggs. But... If you will rush into wandering worldwide without him, the story would be more stunning!
- When you'll come back and relate stories about all those miraculous things you've seen over there, right over the Ocean... About that jumbo dildo that you've noticed and touched in that African tribe... Oh, believe me! He will delight those awesome moments right through your eyes!
- Just imagine how happy he will be to see you back. Again in his strong arms... I suppose it deserves the effort, ah?
- Trips are real spiritual experiences that everyone of us should make all alone (from time to time). They can help to rediscover yourself as an individual. And there is not a catastrophe that he is absent during your spiritual trips.
Everyone with... his/her own bathroom
- He will never understand the reasons why you stay around three hours between these 4 walls. He will never accept the idea that you need creams, peeling lotions, moisturizing potions and mascara for sensible eyes...
- Bath-room! That's not a room for you to take a 5 minutes shower, clean your teeth and Voila! Basta for this morning!
- So, instead of hearing the same mottoes and comments about the infinite hours you spend in your bathroom, better absence!
- And moreover, I am sure that you don't want to be caught in the process of... epilation!
- The solution is as simple as ABC! Two bathrooms! Thus he will never complain, you will never be angry with him and the misunderstandings between you will solve as a matter of course.
Don't bother him with visits to your relatives
- No matter how much you love your Mom and those 5 naughty kids of your sister, don't “trail” your man to their birthday parties!
- Even though your family won't “devour” him, all they will analyze him from head to toes. For sure! Of course, he may not feel comfortable and chilled-out. That's just during the first encounter...
- Next time it will be worse... He will have to politely communicate with you lovely Mom and feel like a piece of meat which is thoroughly analyzed by a potential mother-in-law.
- How would you feel in his mother's clutches... without having no way out! Uhhh! This image gives you horrors, doesn't it?
Think of a better job (better than his)
- Your lover has a job that involves lots of responsibilities. His wage is truly “marvelous” and he doesn't face any difficulties in providing you with presents and financial support.
- But... The world starts to belong to female CEOs and to those ladies who earn exorbitant sums of money.
- So, “prepare” your mind and body for 20 hours of work per day. Let him stay home, cook cakes, make vegetarian salads for you and entertain your children.
- Do you think you are condemned to lead your life in front of a pot and a bad-paid job? The Middle Ages has passed. So, make the most of your opportunities and make your life more thrilling.
- You are beautiful, clever, young and ready for new chances. You can obtain every profession you like, be it of a cosmonaut or a pilot of Formula 1.
Experiment under sheets!
- “Is sex dirty? - Only if it's done right.” This famous saying belongs to Woody Allen and the man is right.
- When speaking about sex - it's like in the kitchen. The clue is to experiment. As long as you are together, don't hesitate to explore your world of sexuality.
- Try out new things and sex positions, sex toys and kinky games for chasing the boredom away. Welcome his sexual fantasies and let them come true.
- And once you find everything you need and make you both happy within your bedroom, be sure infidelity will stay far away from you.
Relationship, Liaison, Alliance, Affiliation: How your credit score can open and slam
doors for you
Manage yourself and your money. Money is like food; we don’t eat only when we’re hungry, and we certainly don’t spend only when we need something.
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There are many ways to get ahead financially: attend seminars where you cut up your credit cards with hundreds of other people, participate in debt consolidation services that help you take out a home equity loan or refinance your home, or you can transfer debt on one credit card to another credit card with an introductory rate of 0% (which goes up to 12% six months down the road). The reason these methods don’t work is because we don’t concurrently cut our expenses while implementing these strategies. Even if we’re making more money, unless we cut expenses, we will continue to spend more money than we have and incur debt. Manage yourself and your money. Money is like food; we don’t eat only when we’re hungry, and we certainly don’t spend only when we need something.
Beware: Debt forgiveness can hurt you. The company that forgives your debt can issue a 1099C, which means the forgiven amount gets added to your taxed income.
When there’s a will, there’s another way:
Your credit score (also called your FICO or Beacon score) will affect the interest rate you’re able to secure. Credit scores range from 500 to 850. Where are you on the scale?
What’s in a number?
500 and below—your in serious trouble
650 to 680 you probably will have a difficult time getting credit, and if you do it will be at higher rates
How you got your credit score:
a) Payment history (35% of score). Make payments on time or early.
b) Amounts you owe (30% of score)
c) Credit history (15% of score). The longer you have credit, the higher your score can be.
d) New credit (10% of score). New credit cards.
e) Type of credit you have in use. Mortgages, Bloomingdale’s, etc.
There are three reporting services that can give you your score: Equifax.com, Experian.com and Transunion.com. At least once, do an experiment and order a report from all three. They probably will provide a complimentary report each year, per person. You will most likely find inconsistencies in the reports such as missing and incorrect information. Each time a credit report is run on you, your score is lowered by two or three points. You still want to shop around for a mortgage, but consider using a mortgage broker who runs one report to shop around the loan. If you go to five different banks, that can drop your score 15 points.
Are You Being Lied
Sometimes we suspect that someone is lying to us about a very important matter. It could be a matter of where they spent a couple of hours, or they might be trying to cover up who they were with. If you suspect someone might be lying to you or trying to bluff you, how can you find out for sure?
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Right now, one of the books I am reading is “Get Anyone to do Anything” by David J. Lieberman.
This book is filled with many techniques you can use in difficult situations to get other people to do what you need them to do.
His methods are based on many years of research into human behavior. He has written a previous book on how to tell when people are lying to you.
I will just briefly present some of his ideas on how to tell whether or not another person is telling you the truth. This is a problem we all face from time to time, so it is helpful to have a few tips.
If you think his advice is useful, you may wish to check out more about David J Lieberman’s other books on human behavior. They are fun and easy to read, and contain a lot of practical, useful information.
You might get the suspicion that the other person is not telling you the truth. Sometimes we feel this suspicion because we are naturally suspicious and have a hard time trusting anybody. But sometimes we are suspicious because we sense that something is wrong, and that the other person is lying to us.
How can we tell when someone is lying to us about such a matter? Usually, when we try to ask questions of a person who has decided to lie to us, they will continue sticking to their story.
David Lieberman suggests that sometimes we can flush out a lie by introducing a made up “fact” related to the other person’s story. Make the “fact” you introduce sound like a plausible story. That means, it sounds as if it could have really happened, but it didn’t. Then watch how the other person reacts.
For example, if the other person says “I was at the Royal Theater for the six o’clock movie” you can say, “I heard on the news there was a big accident outside the Royal Theater just before six.”
If the person was really there, he will immediately tell you, “No, there wasn’t an accident” and will appear quite calm about it.
However, if they weren’t really there, they are likely to become flustered and confused, because they don’t know what to say next. They might say something like “Oh, right, well, that certainly was a bad accident.” If they seem to hesitate and act suspiciously, this will confirm to you that they weren’t really there, because they are trying to come up with another made up story.
I’m not a big fan of this technique because I don’t believe in trying to catch a liar by becoming a liar, but sometimes we feel desperate to know whether or not someone is lying to us about something important, and this kind of technique can at least let us know what kind of situation we are dealing with.
How to Tell is a Person is Trying to Bluff You
Bluffing is a word that means someone is pretending to be confident when they are in a difficult situation and they are trying to get away with something. They want desperately to manipulate you into believing they are confident and have a lot of power and advantage when really they don’t.
They are hoping that if they pretend to be confident, you will be fooled and back away or give in.
For example, in a game of playing cards, especially when betting is involved, a person who has a terrible handful of cards will often bluff. He will try to act very confident., as if he actually had very good cards in his hand.
By this show of confidence, he tries to intimidate the other card players into backing down so he can win. So, he will try to look confident and happy as he looks around the table.
And often, this technique will work, because the other players will believe, “If he is acting so confident, he must have good cards. I should just give up now, before I lose too much.”
But as David Lieberman points out, if a person truly had a handful of very good cards, he would not be trying to act confident. Why? Because he has no real need to try to make the other players back down.
A person who truly has a good hand of cards would probably try to act quite neutral so others couldn’t guess that he was happy. Or he might even decide to pretend he is worried and anxious to cover up the fact that his cards are actually very good.
A player only needs to put on a show of confidence when his hand is quite poor.
So very often, a show of confidence is actually a sign that a person is bluffing. Because a person who truly has a powerful advantage doesn’t need to try to act confident.
All people who are bluffing have one thing in common – they want you to think that they have some powerful advantage so they try to convey this by acting confident.
Very often, they try too hard. Remember, that when a person is truly confident of their position or their power, they don’t need to try too hard to convince you they are confident.