Category Archives: Behavior and Ethics

Turn Your Bad Days to Good Ones

Everybody has bad days. Once or twice a week is usually the normal count. But when your days start going from bad to worse, then the problem could be you. Some people say that happiness is a choice — that it is within your control. Following this principle, it means we can make our life more satisfying if we allow for a few adjustments. Do you want to try this? These suggestions might help.

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How to Fight the Negative Effects of Peer Pressure

Everyone goes through peer pressure at some point in their life. It’s inevitable that some of our friends will influence our lifestyle, and our opinions. And although the influence we can get can be both good and bad, peer pressure is usually seen as negative because it tends to sway us into what would otherwise be our decision.

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How to Suppress Laughter

We all can attest to how a few giggles can improve one’s mood. But there are times when a fit of laughter is the last thing you need. Suppressing laughter is not easy to do, but some occasion calls for a strong ability to control those giggles. Here’s helping you how do it. There are events where you have to be serious. When you find something funny in the midst of a very serious setting, try not to look for anyone else in the room who could also be laughing. Giggling can be terribly contagious.

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How to Be Sincere when Apologizing

The word sorry is believed to be the hardest thing to say. And I believe that. I for one would always struggle when it comes to making apologies and excusing myself. When I make a mistake, I hesitate to apologize because it hurts my pride to admit that I’m wrong. But then if I don’t say sorry I’d feel more miserable because I know I’m wrong and I’m not acting mature about my actions.

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How to Be More Giving

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In our world today, all hard-working people who are aiming for success knows that the best way to achieve goals is to be self-serving – making sure that you know your needs and that you meet it and you work overtime to have more than you what you need at the moment. And sometimes we become so preoccupied with our own needs that we have no time to attend to other people’s needs.

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