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上饶韩美整形美容医院磨骨广丰区假体植入丰胸多少钱A scientific study on love shows that men are increasingly interested in intelligent, educated women with dependable character and emotional stability, and chastity isn't an issue.一项关于爱情的科学研究显示,如今的男性对聪慧、受过教育、人品可靠且情绪稳定的女性越来越感兴趣,而贞节已不再是个问题。The findings by Researchers at the University of Iowa are part of a study ed by media reports Monday.该研究由艾奥瓦大学的研究人员开展,研究结果在本周一的媒体报道中被引述。Conducted every decade since 1939, the study asks participants to rank a list of 18 characteristics they would want in a partner on a scale ranging from "irrelevant" to "essential."该研究自1939年起每十年开展一次,主要让研究对象对18个择偶标准按照“无关紧要”到“非常重要”的标准进行排序。Included are such items as "sociability" and "good cook, housekeeper," as well as "mutual attraction and love," which came in first place for both men and women in 2008. (In 1939, it wasn't in the top three for either sex.)这些标准包括“善于交际”、“厨艺精湛、会持家”以及 “相互吸引和爱情”等,这几项在08年的男女择偶调查中排在前几位(在1939年的调查中,这几条标准在男女调查中均未跻身前三)。 Male and female participants in 2008 rounded out their top traits with "dependable character" and "emotional stability, maturity." Men ranked intelligence fourth, a big jump from 11th place in 1939; in addition, "good financial prospect" moved to 12th place in 2008, a shift from its low 17th-place ranking in 1939 and last-place ranking in 1967.在2008年的调查中,男女受访者最看重的品质都是“人品可靠”、“情绪稳定、成熟”。在本次调查中,男性将“聪明”排在第四位,较之1939年的第11位大幅上升,此外,“良好的经济实力”升至第12位,该项在1939年的调查中仅排在第17位,在1967年的调查中垫底。"This is a generation of men who has grown up with educated women as their mothers, teachers, doctors, and role models," said Christine Whelan, head of the study and author of "Marry Smart: The Intelligent Woman's Guide to True Love" (Simon amp; Schuster, 2008).研究负责人、《嫁得漂亮:智慧女人的真爱指南》(西蒙舒斯特公司2008年出版)一书的作者克里斯蒂·威尔兰说:“这一代男性在成长过程中接触的都是一些受过良好教育的女性,比如他们的母亲、老师、医生和偶像。”"And in tough economic times, sharing the financial burden with a spouse takes the burden off these guys to be the sole provider," she said.她说:“在经济困难时期,找一个能共同负担家庭经济开的伴侣可以减轻男人的压力。”The study's participants were college students from the University of Iowa, the University of Washington, the University of Virginia, and Penn State University.该研究的对象是来自艾奥瓦大学、华盛顿大学、弗吉尼亚大学和宾州州立大学的学生。"Like attracts like, so certainly the fact that we were polling college students would suggest that intelligence and education are going to be important characteristics," Whelan said.威尔兰说:“物以类聚,人以群分。我们在大学生中开展这项调查的做法表明,智商和受教育程度将成为十分重要的择偶标准。”Another notable shift involves the significance of chastity: In 1939, it was valued more than intelligence in women, but in 2008, it was ranked the least important characteristic. Furthermore, it also was ranked the least important for men. This, coupled with the shared top-three ranking for both men and women, suggests a commonality that seems positively modernday.另一个显著的改变就是对于“贞节”的态度。在1939年调查中,男性对于女性“贞节”的重视远超过“智慧”;而在2008年,无论男性还是女性都认为“贞节”是最不重要的因素。从贞节观的转变以及男女在择偶时最看重的三个因素可以看出,当今社会的观念已步入现代化。 /200903/64277上饶铅山县鼻头鼻翼缩小多少钱 Psychic ability is something we all possess to greater or lesser degrees, and it's something that can be consciously developed. Some people do have a an intuitive "gift," just as others may have gifts for art, mathematics, athletics, etc... Through focused desire and concentration, however, we can all enhance the abilities we were born with.Meditation is the most commonly prescribed practice for spiritual development and increased psychic awareness. The word "meditation," however, tends to be daunting to beginners. What is really needed is simply to get quiet and pay attention. "Visions" and other experiences of extraordinary awareness happen when we're hyper aware of subtle energies and influences. It has been said that genius is simply energy focused intensely and consistently on a certain matter. To become good at perceiving, then, we must practice getting quiet and paying intense attention to small stimuli and subtle energies.It's important to note that not everyone is visual by nature. There are three main modes of perceiving: visual, auditory and kinesthetic. Those who are visual learn best by seeing, and think with pictures in their minds. Those who are auditory learn best by hearing, and "talk" to themselves more in their minds. Those who are kinesthetic learn best by doing, and tend to get "gut" feelings and to process experiences physically through movement or attention to their physical sensations. Just as we all have five physical senses, we all perceive through all three modalities, but most of us have a primary or favored way of perceiving life.As this article focuses on "visions," we're going to be working with visual perception. We can begin to "flex" our inner vision through some basic exercises. We'll begin by better seeing in our minds something in our physical experience. Pick a simple object like an orange, apple, banana, or even a book, a shoe, etc... Look around and grab something that "catches your eye." Now sit in front of the object and study it for a moment. Study its features, but then "step back" and just take it in as a whole. Now close your eyes and try to reproduce it mentally. Study it again, and then repeat the process of envisioning it within. Your inner vision should get crisper.Now close your eyes and simply envision color. Begin with red, and work your way up the color spectrum. See a splash of pure red, then imagine two or three objects that are red, then go back to seeing only the color. Then move to orange, then yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet. Take your time and try to move toward a sense of ease as you visualize the colors and objects.Now we're going to advance our inner vision skills by picturing someone we're presently close to. If you have children, you might pick your child's beloved face, but you can choose anyone you see on a daily basis, as long as it's someone whose face you know well. Close your eyes and try to recreate his or her visage in your mind. Spend as long as it takes until you get a crisp image. You'll find it easier if you try to remember a specific experience and picture that person as you saw them then.Now pick a person in your mind who you were once very close to, but whom you haven't seen for several years. Again, pick someone whose face you once knew very well, and try to recreate his or her image in your mind. You're likely to find yourself in a memory to do this, and that is fine. Get a very crisp image, and then choose someone you've not seen since childhood, and again recreate a clear image in your mind of this person's face.Now choose a person you're presently close to but who is at some distance from you. It may be your mother in a nearby city, a child at school, or even your sweetheart at work. Hold a vision of his or her face a moment, and then say to yourself, "Spirit, show me what they're doing." Then trust whatever pops into your mind. Remember that you're playing, experimenting and exercising here. Pay attention to what pops in, versus what your rational mind may reason out. For example, I just said, "Spirit, show me what my mother is doing," and I saw her ing in her bed. I then looked at the clock and thought it was too early for her to be in bed yet. There may be a tendency for you to want to guess first, and base what you see on that. Try to just allow images to pop up, and don't analyze them for now.Now that you have an image of someone and what they're doing, ask Spirit what they're thinking or feeling. Say, "How does this person feel?" As I do this with my mother, for example, I HEAR, "She's tired, and worried about your brother." I have no reason to think she'd be worried about my brother; now I'm starting to get some information that I would never have "guessed" at, but which must be coming from somewhere.If you're a very visual person, you may get symbols or other visual information. For example, you may see a happy face, or you may even see something like a sunflower or rainbow if you're being told "happy," or a storm cloud or the color red if the person is angry. At this point, your job is simply to allow perceptions in, and to ask more and more questions in order to interpret what you're shown. For example, you might see a sword, and then you would ask, "Does this mean she's angry?" You might then get a feeling of no or yes, or you may get other information that helps you to understand.You can set up a system with your own higher self for yes/no answers. You might, for example, assign "to the left" the answer "no," and "to the right" the answer "yes." Then when you ask a question, if you're kinesthetic you'll get a feeling of going left or right. If you're auditory, you might hear yes or no, and if you're visual, you might see a pointer going left or right in your mind. Use whatever symbol feels right to you.Now ask a simple question. You might ask, "Will it rain tomorrow?" and see what kind of answer you get. It's better, however, to ask a question you care about, for there will be more energy in the answer. However, if you're very attached to the answer being what you want it to be, you may have trouble remaining objective.Play with this approach, and allow yourself to get creative with it. Improvise, experiment, and above all, have fun with it. The bumpy and harrowing road is the one where we try to will ourselves into greater awareness. The smooth and easy path is one where we simply allow ourselves to play, and to trust what we're shown. Success is much easier to attain when we relax and allow.Of course, your beliefs and expectations will affect your experiences here, as they do in every aspect of your life. If you don't believe it's possible to develop psychically, you'll find it difficult or impossible. If, however, you believe anything is possible with the proper focus and energy, and you believe in magic, magic will flow over, under, around and through to find you. /200901/60769婺源县妇幼保健人民中医院点痣多少钱

上饶市立医院激光去痘手术多少钱Sales of laptop computers passed desktops in the U.S. for the first time ever this fall, according to market-research firm IDC. That's bad news for backs, necks and shoulders. 'Laptops are inherently unergonomic -- unless you're 2 feet tall,' says physician Norman J. Marcus, a muscle-pain specialist in New York City. When you work at a computer, the keyboard should be at elbow height, so your upper and lower arms form an angle of 90 degrees or more and your forearms are supported by armrests. The monitor should be roughly at eye level so you can lean back in a chair with back support. But most users simply set their laptops on a desk or table. The keyboard is too high, which makes your arms reach up, your shoulders hunch and your wrists bend down. The monitor is too low, which pulls your head and neck forward and down and puts a strain on your back. That's OK if you use your laptop occasionally, for short periods. But if you use one for hours at a stretch -- as do millions of college students, business travelers, telecommuters, -gamers and growing numbers of office workers -- you're setting yourself up for muscle problems that can make your entire upper body hurt. Ergonomics experts have warned about laptop problems for years -- mostly in vain. People continue to abandon bulky desktops in favor of the ever-sleeker, lighter portables. And WiFi connections let us use laptops anywhere -- in bed, on the floor -- in all kinds of contorted positions. /200904/66664余干县妇幼保健人民中医院打瘦脸针多少钱 随着中国走向国际化,东西方之间的交流、交际会越来越普遍,了解西方文化礼仪,了解那些国家人民的生活方式及日常行为并掌握和得体的应用它们,是非常重用的。中国的礼节与西方的礼节有时相差很大。例如,在迎接远方来客时,我们常以”你一路上辛苦啦!”表示慰问,可是,如果用”I'm afraid you must have a tiring journey,”这一语法上正确的英语,来迎接英语国家的客人,他们听起来回觉得很不自然,因为这种场合下他们使用的寒暄语往往是”Did you have a good trip? 或”Did you enjoy your trip?”等这样令人愉快的语句。有些问候在中国是合乎礼节的,而在西方是不被采用的。在西方工业国家,人们大部分住在城市,彼此不相识,甚至在乡村之间很陌生,再加上英美等国家强调个人价值(Individualism)至高无上,所以寒暄时不喜欢被问及年龄及婚姻状况,更不喜欢被问及收入情况。问候方式常常是中性、抽象的打招呼(Goodmorning/afternoon/day),或者是谈论有关天气或一些热门赛事之类。如果比了解文化差异就会造成以上语言选择上的失误,就会出现把中文礼貌礼貌用语套用到英文中的现象,出现中文式的英语。因此,和西方人交谈时你最好使用西方通常的问候礼仪方式。 一、西方文化礼仪之“称谓礼仪”西方人姓名排列正好跟我们相反,前面是名,后面是姓氏。在国际交往中,一般对男士称“Mr.”,对女士则视其结婚与否进行称呼,未婚的称“Miss”,已婚的则应称“Mrs”。对那些在社会上较有地位的人,如法官(Judge)、教授(Professor)、医生(Doctor)、政府高级官员如参议员(Senator)、军官如将军(General)、上尉(Capital)和宗教人士如主教(Bishop)等,可将其姓名连同职业一起称呼,如“DoctorJack”,“ProfessorWhite”,也可只称呼其职业名称,如“Mr.Judge”,“Mr.Lawyer”。相比之下,美国人在人与人之间的交往上就比较随便。通常只招呼一声,哪怕是第一次见面也不一定握手,还可直呼对方的名字表示亲热。但在正式场合,人们就要讲究礼仪了。握手是最普通的见面礼。值得注意的是,美国人从来不用行政职务,如:局长、经理、校长等头衔称呼别人。 二、西方文化礼仪之“介绍礼仪”在国际交往场合,如想结识朋友,一般应有第三者介绍。如当时不具备这种条件而你又确实想结交某人,你可走到他面前作自我介绍,但介绍完后不可先伸手,也不可问对方达的名字。对方若不作自我介绍,你可道声谢离开,这在西方并不算失礼。用句型“Thisis╳╳╳andthisis╳╳╳”介绍两人认识时,要先把男士给女士,先把年轻的介绍给年老的,先把职位低的介绍给职位高的。同性之间,介绍完毕后应先伸手相握,可以说“很高兴认识你”(Nice to meet you!)。没必要说“久仰”或“希望以后常联系”之类的话。有些国家会将常联系理解为有事要相求与他。 三、西方文化礼仪之“交谈礼仪”与人交谈,莫问私事。在西方,人们的确一切行为以个人为中心,个人利益是神圣不可侵犯的。人们日常交谈不涉及个人私事。有些问题是他们忌谈的,如询问年龄,婚姻状况,收入多少,宗教信仰,竞选中投谁的票等都是非常冒昧和失礼的。看到别人买来的东西从不问价钱。见到别人外出或回来,也不问“你从哪里来?”或“去哪儿啊?”在我国,老年人受到尊敬,但在美国却是“人老珠黄不值钱”。因此在美国,老年人不喜欢别人恭维他们的年龄。美国人还十分讲究“个人空间”。两人谈话时,不可太近。一般以50公分以外为宜。不得已和别人同坐一桌或紧挨别人坐时,最好打个招呼,问一声“我可以坐在这儿吗?(May I sit here?)”,得到别人允许后再坐下。礼貌用语多多益善。美国人讲话嘴很甜,他们对好听的话从不吝啬,长令听者心舒意畅。的确,在美国“Please”、“Thankyou”、“I'msorry”、“Exeuseme”之类的话随处可闻。 /200908/81935上饶广丰区去色斑多少钱

上饶韩美整形美容医院丰唇I write a lot about personal finance. I hear a lot about how different employers are handling the current economic crunch and, lately, what I’ve been hearing makes me pretty uncomfortable about working for a long list of companies. Some employers are slashing benefits — effectively cutting their employees’ salaries while inflation reduces their buying power.I want to suggest entrepreneurship as an alternative, but I realize that it isn’t a great option for everyone. I’ve been putting together a list of pros and cons in an effort to decide whether starting up a business is really a good idea for some people, especially in the middle of ongoing financial problems. I’ve tried to stick to financialand business issues while it’s nice that many small business owners can spend more time with their families, I don’t think that’s the biggest issue for many folks considering entrepreneurship right now.The Pros1. If your employer is letting you go, offering early retirement or using another euphemism for firing you, it may be hard to find another job immediately. Being in business for yourself allows you to immediately start working on making money, rather than proofing your resume.2. Without the middleman (a.k.a. your employer) you can charge significantly more for your services — along the lines of what your employer was charging for your work.3. You don’t have to go whole hog into running your own business. You can try out your business on a part-time, evenings and weekends, basis while still working your current job.4. It can be easier to pick up overtime if you no longer have to get your manager to sign off on it. If you run your own business, overtime is a matter of finding another client or customer.5. The cost of working at home is much lower than for your employer: you don’t have to pay to commute, you can eat inexpensively in your own kitchen and you only have to meet a dress code when you’ll actually be seeing a client. And, while this isn’t particularly noble, you can avoid the constant birthday parties, baby showers and other office events that constantly drain your time and your wallet.6. Just about all of the expenses associated with your business are tax deductible. Running your own business can make your tax burden significantly lower — and a surprising number of things are considered business expenses, like conference registrations.The Cons1. While getting health insurance without an employer providing it isn’t impossible, it can be pretty difficult — especially if you actually need. Pre-existing conditions can make it absolutely impossible to get health insurance on your own.2. With a job, if you aren’t quite on the ball one week, you still get paid. But if you fumble on your own business, you can wind up losing money. Even if you have a contract, sometimes things can go very wrong. An employer absorbs those problems, but can you do that if you’re on your own?3. There are some great jobs that simply aren’t possible to do in a small business that you’re just starting yourself. If you have one of those jobs and you like it, why mess with a good thing?4. It’s all well and good to jump off the deep end if no one’s depending on your earnings. But if you have a family or other dependents, you have to be absolutely sure before you strike out on your own.5. You have to buy your own equipment when you run your own business: no more company laptop — or printing out your personal stuff at work. A computer, a printer, maybe even a fax machine: you’ll have to buy what ever you need for your home office.6. There’s no such thing as vacation time or sick leave when you run your own business. You can certainly take time off when you need to — after all, you’re the boss — but you just don’t get paid when you’re not working.7. While the flexibility of working for yourself can be nice, more and more employers are offering flex time and telecommuting options. You can have a lot of the benefits of working for yourself without having to give up a regular salary.My ConclusionFreelancing, consulting, and running your own business isn’t for everyone. There’s a certain amount of security in working for an employer, even if that employer is considering cutting costs with little tricks like suspending 401(k) benefits. That said, if you’re comfortable with the risks, I think there are a lot of opportunities right now: even big companies are turning to freelancers and consultants to handle the workloads of those employees who suffered under a cost-saving measure. Either choice requires a lot of careful consideration and shouldn’t be made lightly.There are plenty of situations that can negate the cons I listed, as well as the pros. I mentioned that there’s no such thing as paid vacation if you run your own business — you can get around that negative fairly easily if you concentrate on building passive income. A lot depends on your field, as well as whether you have the self-discipline to run your own company. Before you make your decision, research all your options. You might even consider doing a test run: with a lot of businesses, you can get a head start on things even while you’re still gainfully employed. /200811/56950 West Side Story, 1961  《西区故事》(1961 年)   Natalie Wood plays an impoverished Puerto Rican on the wrong side of town, but still gets to wear ravishing New Look silhouettes with beautifully matching shoes. This disregard for the tenets of gritty kitchensink drama bothered us for years, but then we remembered that her character Maria worked in a bridal shop – was she helping herself to fabric and dye when the boss wasn’t looking? And is that why she felt so pretty?   娜塔利·伍德饰演的是一名穷困的波多黎各人,住在镇上的贫民区,但她依然穿着迷人的“新风貌”装,以及与之相配的漂亮鞋子。这种无视写实激进现实主义戏剧的宗旨的饰让我们困惑了很多年,不过,我们记得她饰演的人物玛利亚在一家婚纱店工作——难道她趁老板不注意的时候私用布料和颜料了吗?那就是她看起来那么漂亮的原因吗? /201007/109163上饶市红十字医院光子脱毛多少钱上饶韩美整形医院脱毛多少钱



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