Knowing your neighbours doesn’t have to be a thing of the past. A new study says that your neighbours can impact your happiness and getting to know them can help reduce loneliness.
Part of the things that make life worthwhile for some people is being married and having a family. The coming together of two people to be one under certain laws is what marriage often means. Often, married people tend to live together.
Instead of putting yourself in the centre of every problem, be selective of the quarrels, conflicts and fights you get involved in. Only pick the fights that are most important to you and let go of the rest.
Social distancing is totally at odds with human behaviour and the construction of global capitalism. Our entire world is on pause, and yet there are still not enough TV series and podcasts in existence to entertain us.
The in-laws are an essential part of your spouse’s life and will ultimately be your future children’s close relatives. Here are some questions to ask about them before saying, “I do.”
Some of us love self-help books because they tell us what we want to hear. But they are often far removed from reality. At least I have found them to be so, I told my friend (college teacher) who suggested one such book.
Are you married or about to be married? Does your family seem oddly cold towards your future spouse? Here are ways to deal with this situation.
The relationship between politicians and scientists has changed markedly during the coronavirus crisis. At first, ministers insisted they were “following the science”. Then they were “guided” by it. Now they finally admit questions like the two-metre social distancing rule are political decisions as they prepare to overrule their scientific and medical experts.
Instead of yelling at each other when angry, try and approach a situation with humour. Not only does it defuse a stressful situation, it also helps solve the problem more amicably.