Not all of us are that skilled at buying the ‘perfect’ present. Sure, we can buy something that looks descent and passable, but most of us need a bit of help when it comes to picking up that one big wedding gift that will leave an impression.
And when we say impression, we obviously mean a positive one and here are 5 ideas for wedding presents that will help you move beyond the boring old toaster and cutlery gifts…
An expensive item on registry
Most often the expensive items on the registry are just there because they are the ideal and ‘dream wedding presents that the couple want, but most likely feel that they are never going to get.
Obviously, picking up one of those would surely make their day all that more memorable, with you being an important part of it. And if you do not have the cash to splurge around, round up a group of friends and gift it collectively.
I’m amongst the most pesimistic people on Earth. I don’t have a certificate to prove this, but I’m sure if they would introduce something like that, I would most likely be a top 100 candidate. But even then, something bad would happen, or maybe officials would spell my name wrong. That’s a bit of just how “negative” I am.
Positive thinking can be learned, that’s what I’m being told whenever I show my dark side and can’t think less pessimistic. When cornered by optimistic people, I introduce all sorts of theories but that of a born-to-be-negative is among my favorites.
It’s easy to be trapped and believe that is enough to think positive things when you’re in trouble. But not quite. The road to constructive thinking, I like them to say, is longer and more difficult than a happy thought. So we decided to ask our psychotherapist and hear their thoughts.
In today’s world, online dating has become a normal occurrence. Ten years ago, there was often phobia about meeting people on the internet; it was often considered dangerous. At this point, online dating is becoming as, if not more popular, than traditional dating trends. The question is: is online dating safe?
When Googled, a ton of online dating sites will pop up. For the most part, big name sites will be safe, secure, and easy to use. While it’s always good to use caution when meeting new people, most online dating sites are reputable and will go to some length to ensure that only real people use their services.
Of course, that doesn’t mean that sketchy individuals don’t use dating sites.
Counting my mother in, there are six different women that I buy flowers for on Mother’s Day. I always make sure to give my wife a lush, blooming plant as a present on that day, and I have four elderly aunts that I honor as well with Mother’s Day gifts. I always purchase these plants and flowers online, and there are three big reasons why I do so.
First of all, with the exception of my wife, these lovely ladies all reside in different parts of the world than I do. As much as I would like to, I’m just not able to hand-deliver all of their Mother’s Day gifts.
Buying flowers online also assures the freshest available flowers and professional floral arrangements.
Aside from romance, researchers have discovered a new feature to kiss: pregnant women’s immune system, protects the fetus from birth defects and help maintain a healthy pregnancy.
British researchers believe that kissing is beyond sexual function, a very important biological function: spreading microbes that colonize the mouth.
This happens with cytomegalovirus, which lies in the saliva and normally presents no health threat. But if it causes an infection during pregnancy, the virus is extremely dangerous and may endanger fetal life, as it can cause serious birth defects (from deafness to cerebral palsy).
Spread the virus by kissing another woman before pregnancy allows to develop immunity against a possible devastating infections. Thus, both she and the fetus will be protected throughout pregnancy.
Experts say kiss the same person for about six months provides optimal protection and kisses are as passionate, effective immune system increases considerably.
Researchers in Scotland found that a person’s physiognomy reflects socio-economic status had it in childhood. This can be detected by studying people’s faces even after 70 years.
The study published in Economics and Human Biology was conducted on a sample of 292 older adults, part of the Lothian Birth Cohort 1921, a long-term research aimed at the development of lifelong health of children born that year.
Scientists aim was to see whether subjects now octogenarian, kept in their physiognomy traces reflecting the way they grew up.
How to love discreetly
The story begins when, in drafting meeting, the idea of addressing the public displays of affection is launched. Oh-ho! Now the team members engage in the sharing of stories, all illustrating the category of “what is not” . Here, then, after careful consideration, our five commandments on the subject do not hesitate to let us know yours!
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