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Esther Perel : Le secret du désir dans une relation durable

Esther Perel : Le secret du désir dans une relation durable

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81 Fun Questions To Ask Your Boyfriend Advertisements As you embark on your relationship and cover the days together its only natural that you’ll be more curious about your partner. You’ll find out certain things about him during your daily conversations but there are many serious and fun ones that you’ll be eager to ask him directly. Sometimes you’ll feel like asking questions just to have a fun conversation or to get to know more about your partner’s personality and thought process. What is the point of twitter? This week we took the plunge and made our official @YorkPsychology twitter stream public by featuring it on the departmental home page. I can imagine some of my colleagues are wondering what the point of twitter is, or indeed whether it has one. If you are similarly puzzled, you might want to start by reading this gentle introduction by Prof Dorothy Bishop or @deevybee as she is known on twitter. Dorothy’s post explains how twitter works and has lots of great tips if you’re interested in giving it a go. However, I know that many people will think the whole thing sounds pointless. So what is the point?

Big businesses risk losing out to social enterprises unless they adapt A gathering of sustainability leaders hosted by Sir Richard Branson and Jamie Oliver has been warned that big businesses will be swept aside by emerging social enterprises unless they start changing their business models and contribute more to society. Boudewijn Poelmann, who founded the hugely successful Dutch Postcode Lottery, which now operates in Sweden and the UK, said that many major businesses would disappear over the next 20 years, to be replaced by emerging social enterprises, unless they took off their blinkers and responded to the environmental and social challenges the world is facing. "Small companies that are passionate about creating change will take over if big companies do not adapt," he said. "We already see that with energy, with so many small companies producing sustainable clean energy. The big companies are already starting to feel they are losing out."

Cry Your Eyes Out: 100 Sad Love Songs Advertisement Every so often the mood will strike me to listen to some sad love songs. There’s a number of reasons why somebody might want to listen to sad love songs – from break-ups to unrequited love to missing someone, there are times in life when a sad love song instead of a happy one is needed. This collection of sad love songs has a little bit of everything across different types of music and definitions of love. Some of these songs are angst driven, while others are despair.

How to delete your digital life Wiping away your digital life means getting rid of the traces you've left – the mistakes you made, the embarrassing photos, the unwise comments, the flawed social media profiles where you've left too much visible. But how easy is that? The following steps provide a start to reducing your digital footprint and taking back control of your online life. 1) If you have a Facebook account, change every setting in the Privacy tabs to "private" or "not shared" or "off" (there's a special "privacy settings" shortcut in the blue bar near the top). 2) Find out what photos you're tagged in on Facebook. These should appear in the Photos tab on the left hand side.

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