A pediatrician shows you how to calm a crying baby. 18 Unsettling Wikipedia Pages That'll Totally Freak You Out. 18 Unsettling Wikipedia Pages That'll Totally Freak You Out. Kuca za odmor Goranka, Gorski kotar. Chalets Zelena Vrata , Fužine, Hrvatska - 43 Recenzije gostiju . Rezervirajte svoj hotel sada! Which Yves Saint Laurent Biopic Should You Watch? How do you solve a problem like Yves Saint Laurent?
In 2014, two different French films sought to encapsulate the late designer's genius and emotional demons: one of the films was supported by Saint Laurent's partner, Pierre Berge — the other was not. The authorized film, entitled "Yves Saint Laurent," was directed by Jalil Lespert and came out in U.S. theaters last summer (it is now available on Netflix). The unauthorized one, directed by Bertrand Bonello and titled "Saint Laurent," debuted at the Cannes Film Festival in May and is finally opening stateside in select theaters on Friday. So, which one should you watch? We compared the films by categories, from most charming muses to best fashion and more interesting plot. Playing the role of a real person without coming across like a caricature is certainly challenging, and both actors avoided any heavy-handed impersonation. And even though the unauthorized film doesn't cover the Dior years, it still feels much more complete.
Rent The Runway Unlimited review. Rent the Runway Over the past two months, I've fallen in love with a new retail service that gives me unfettered access to gorgeous clothes and jewelry from designers like Tory Burch and Jason Wu.
Called Rent the Runway Unlimited, it lets me pay a monthly subscription fee (originally $99 a month, now $139 a month) to get access a wide variety of outfits and accessories. 10 Stories You Must Read If You Want To Understand ISIS. Why do sexual assault survivors feel shame? A cartoon sums it up. Almost every survivor of sexual assault or abuse will at one point think, "It was my fault.
" What many of us don't know is WHY survivors feel shame and guilt or why others around them might blame them instead of the perpetrator. The following cartoon breaks down the reasons why. To all the survivors out there who are blaming themselves for what happened, here's the psychology behind why you might feel so guilty. I'm crossing my fingers that at least a couple of you will read this and finally feel some solace. This magical button delivers Upworthy stories to you on Facebook: And for anyone who has ever asked, "Why didn't she run away? " Forbes Welcome. Forbes Welcome. AJ+ Žena u Saboru bilo je malo, u novom sazivu bit će ih i manje. Gdje su sankcije? — Vijesti — Libela. Young Boy Gets First Reporting Gig via Humans of New York. Brandon Stanton, the photographer behind the now-famous blog Humans of New York, was just recently able to help make one young boy’s dreams come true.
And we love it. Stanton was out shooting subjects when he encountered a little boy and his father. In their HONY interview, the boy told Stanton that he admired his father and wanted to become a reporter just like his dad. The Shockingly Grotesque, Yet Incredible Results of Gua Sha Massage. At first glance, I don't really register as your stereotypical athlete.
My hair is often an unnatural pastel hue, I rarely leave the house without red lipstick and most of the muscle tone I cultivated through my formative years on the basketball court and track field has slowly faded. In college, while I wasn't as active as my high school days, I occasionally found time to hit the gym, and I considered that daily trek across my school's hilly campus (often made in two-and-a-half feet of snow) to be a workout in and of itself.
Advertisement - Continue Reading Below Fast forward three-and-a-half years later, and I'm starting my first big girl job in NYC. My days are spent in the cozy confines of an office building, seated at a desk for 8+ hours a day. Study: Brains of Selfish People Immediately Seek to Exploit Others. By Lori Chandler Everyone wants to get ahead, but how we do that and to what extent says a lot about us.
A recent study by the University of Pécs in Hungary shows the neuroscience behind people who are opportunistic, exploitative, and suspicious. Called “Machiavellians” by psychologists and “politicians” by most, this personality type is naturally bad at playing with others. Like Reese Witherspoon in the movie Election, these people will do anything to get ahead and have a callous disregard for other people’s feelings. The study shows in startling detail the inner workings of Machiavellians brains. Study: There Are Instructions for Teaching Critical Thinking. By Lori Chandler Whether or not you can teach something as subjective as critical thinking has been up for debate, but a fascinating new study shows that it’s actually quite possible.
Experiments performed by Stanford's Department of Physics and Graduate School of Education demonstrate that students can be instructed to think more critically. It’s difficult to overstate the importance of critical-thinking skills in modern society. The ability to decipher information and interpret it, offering creative solutions, is in direct relation to our intellect. The study took two groups of students in an introductory physics laboratory course, with one group (known as the experimental group) given the instruction to use quantitative comparisons between datasets and the other group given no instruction (the control group).
We live in an age with unprecedented access to information. PHOTO CREDIT: De Agostini Picture Library / Contributor. Her story is pretty funny, but the lesson at the end will change the way you think about blaming. Brené Brown has something important (and interesting) to teach us about blaming — something you might not have considered before.
She begins with a funny story depicting the first time she realized the extent to which she was a "blamer. " She's in her house, wearing white pants, drinking a big ol' cup of coffee. 13 Times I Got Major Feels At The Glamour Women Of The Year Awards. How to keep your friends: Facebook, volunteering and working at it. “At 35, I find myself with no close male friends.
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It is especially helpful for women in their 20s and perhaps 30s as well to understand what they are up against. Why is a size-six woman too big to model clothes, demands Tory MP. 'Women are just better at this stuff': is emotional labor feminism's next frontier? Ten facts you might not know about the gender pay gap. According to the Fawcett Society, 9 November marked Equal Pay Day – the date from which women in Britain effectively work for free until the end of the year, due to the 14.2% gender pay gap. Myths and misconceptions still persist around unequal pay. (This week alone I’ve heard “the gender pay gap doesn’t exist”, “women shouldn’t have babies if they’re going to complain” and “women aren’t paid less, they just earn less”.)
So in the interests of clearing up some confusion, here are 10 facts you might not know about the pay gap … 1. It starts young … really young A website set up to allow parents to pay pocket money to their children via online accounts revealed that boys were paid 15% more than girls for doing the same chores. Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler launches fund to help abused girls. Aerosmith singer Steven Tyler is to help abused and neglected girls. Tyler has launched Janie’s Fund – named after the 1989 Aerosmith song Janie’s Got a Gun, about child abuse and incest – to support victims. “As a father and grandfather, I want to focus my energy on things that really matter and leave behind something else in this crazy world along with my music,” Tyler said. “I am starting Janie’s Fund to give a voice to the millions of victims who haven’t had one and encourage everyone to join me on this mission.”
“An entire community was built around this song’s message,” Tyler wrote on the Janie’s Fund website. How to make a tiny home feel huge. Andrew Michler As more and more people migrate into cities, tiny living spaces will only become more popular. And if you want to find well-designed tiny homes, look no further than Japan, which has mastered the art. As author Andrew Michler explains in his new book "The Hyperlocalization of Architecture," privacy has never been paramount in Japanese design, and so tiny home architects in the country have figured out how to design wide-open interiors that seem much larger than they actually are. One of our favorite Japanese tiny homes in Michler's book is the aptly named Small House, a tall and narrow home in Tokyo that uses less than half of its 111-square foot lot. It's a whole story taller than the surrounding homes, which makes a lot of sense once you look inside.
Instead of heating or cooling the whole space, the family that lives in Small House moves its sleeping area depending on the season. In the summer, they stay on the ground floor. Five New Fashion Books For Your Coffee Table. Being Dishonest About Ugliness. John Lennon’s Guitar Sells for $2.4 Million at Auction.