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青岛面部汗毛重怎么办山东省青岛市北区小腿抽脂价格一览Play is a serious business. The pioneering developmental psychologist Lev Vygotsky thought that, in the preschool years, play is the leading source of development.Through play children learn and practice many basic social skills. They develop a sense of self, learn to interact with other children, how to make friends, how to lie and how to role-play.The classic study of how play develops in children was carried out by Mildred Parten in the late 1920s at the Institute of Child Development in Minnesota. She closely observed children between the ages of 2 and 5 years and categorised their play into six types.Parten collected data by systematically sampling the children's behaviour. She observed them for pre-arranged 1 minute periods which were varied systematically (Parten, 1933).The thing to notice is that the first four categories of play don't involve much interaction with others, while the last two do. While children shift between the types of play, what Parten noticed was that as they grew up, children participated less in the first four types and more in the last two - those which involved greater interaction.1. Unoccupied play: the child is relatively stationary and appears to be performing random movements with no apparent purpose. A relatively infrequent style of play.2. Solitary play: the child is are completely engrossed in playing and does not seem to notice other children. Most often seen in children between 2 and 3 years-old.3. Onlooker play: child takes an interest in other children's play but does not join in. May ask questions or just talk to other children, but the main activity is simply to watch.4. Parallel play: the child mimics other children's play but doesn't actively engage with them. For example they may use the same toy.5. Associative play: now more interested in each other than the toys they are using. This is the first category that involves strong social interaction between the children while they play.6. Cooperative play: some organisation enters children's play, for example the playing has some goal and children often adopt roles and act as a group.Unlike Jean Piaget who saw children's play in primarily cognitive developmental terms, Parten emphasised the idea that learning to play is learning how to relate to others. 玩耍是一项重要的事情.先锋发展心理学家Lev Vygotsky这么认为,在学前的几年里,玩耍时发展的头号来源.孩子在玩耍中学习和联系许多基本的社交技能.他们发展出自我意识,学习如何与其他的孩子互相接触,如何交朋友,如何说谎和角色扮演.在20世纪20年代后期,明尼苏达州儿童发展协会的Mildred Parten发表了玩耍对于儿童发展的经典研究.她密切观察了年纪在2到5岁的儿童并将他们的玩耍分为6个类型.parten收集到的数据通过系统抽样儿童的行为.她在预先安排的1分钟时间内观察到他们具有不同的系统性.要注意的是前四种类型的玩耍没有涉及到太多与他人的接触,然而后两者却有.Parten发现孩子在玩耍的类型中进行转换时,当他们渐渐长大,儿童参加前四种玩耍类型的减少而后两者增多 - 因为后两者有更多的互动.占有型玩耍:孩子相对稳定并表现出没有明显目的随意行为.一种相对罕见的玩耍类型.孤独型玩耍:孩子完全投入到玩耍中而似乎没有注意到其他的孩子.大多数出现在2到3岁的儿童中.旁观型玩耍:孩子对其他在玩耍的孩子感兴趣但不加入他们.可能会向其他孩子提出问题或与其交谈,但对于主要活动只是简单的旁观.类似型玩耍:孩子模仿其他孩子玩耍但并不主动加入他们.例如他们可能共用一个玩具.联合型玩耍:现在对彼此比他们玩的玩具更感兴趣.这就是第一种涉及到在孩子玩耍时需要更多社交互动的类型.合作型玩耍:一些组织加入到孩子的玩耍中,例如有目的的玩耍,孩子经常利用角色和假装是一个团队.不像Jean Piaget 在初级认知发展期间内所看到的孩子们玩耍类型,Parten强调学习玩耍的这个想法就是学习如何与他人交流. /200808/46207青岛嘴上的痣可以点吗 "When you were born, you were crying and everyone around you was smiling, live your life so that when you die, you're smiling and everyone around you is crying." 当你出生时,你哭着,身边的人笑着。尽情享受生命吧!当你离世时,你笑着,身边的人哭着。 /201108/151311The idea of sex and love addiction conjures up all sorts of images, however, this addiction is as painful as any other. You may be asking, "What is sex addiction or what is love addiction? Can we be addicted to love? How would we know if we are addicted to sex or addicted to love?" To begin to answer these questions and to start to understand sex and love addiction, it is important to understand why the idea of addiction becomes associated with sex and with love.AddictionAddiction is a process which occurs over time in a persons life. Addiction is usually associated with repetitive behaviors, obsessive thinking about a person or behavior or, in the case of substance addiction, a particular drug. Initially the behavior and the thoughts feel good and are even euphoric causing the person to want to repeat the behavior and thinking pattern. The key ingredient for addiction to occur is the feeling of euphoria the person gets from the behavior. Feeling good is very reinforcing, and humans will seek out what feels good, even if the good feeling is brief and short lived. With addiction comes obsessive thoughts, compulsive behaviors, lost time and productivity, lost relationships and marriages, lost physical and mental health. The addiction becomes the underlying drive for the person’s life.Sex AddictionSex addiction can range from solitary compulsive masturbation to predatory sex crimes. This article will focus on what Patrick Carnes in his bookOut of the Shadowsrefers to as the Level One sex addict. The behaviors associated with this level of sexual behavior are usually within the range of what society views as victimless. Sexual behaviors which occur between what appears to be consenting adults, even if the behavior is illegal, is tolerated and even encouraged, and is often considered victimless. An example would be prostitution. Prostitution is a crime, and participating in sex with a prostitute is a crime in most parts of our society. However, it is tolerated by our society and often viewed as behavior between adults to which both consent--it becomes viewed as anecessary evil.In this view no one is victimized by the other.Besides prostitution, other behaviors which are in level one include: pornography, strip shows, peep shows, compulsive masturbation, massage parlors, repetitive one-night stands, multiple sex partners, cruising in bars and restrooms, and so forth. More recently we have cybersex, phone sex, or e-sex. The sex addict may participate in one or many of these behaviors, but the behavior is repetitive, compulsive, and driven. What may have begun as a curiosity regarding pornography, soon evolves into obsession. What was meant to be one trip to a prostitute becomes repetitive, expensive, and time consuming--not to mention demoralizing, shame producing, physically dangerous, and emotionally draining. Often the thrill of risky, clandestine behavior is enough to continue the pursuit. The obsessive thinking takes up ever growing amounts of time, even as the compulsive addictive behavior may be becoming less and less rewarding.Most often these behaviors are done in secret. The addict may reveal the tip of the iceberg to a friend, but rarely the extent of the obsession. If the addict is married or in a relationship, the secret must be covered up with lies and deception. Money spent must be allowed for in the budget. Time lost must be accounted for. Even while the behavior continues to reinforce the obsession, the act becomes hollow and shameful for the sex addict. The problems associated with the addiction begin to outweigh the pleasure derived from the behavior.Love AddictionIt may seem incongruous to placeloveandaddictionwithin the same context, but if you understand how the addictive process occurs in people’s lives, then it becomes easy to associate the two ideas. Addiction occurs when a person gets hooked on the feeling associated with a behavior. In this case love. Our culture tends to place a high premium on the love between intimates. We view love or romantic love as the basis of a relationship. If there isn’t romantic love, if we don’t feel "in love" with the person we are less likely to think about a long term commitment or marriage. The "in love" feeling is euphoric, and it is quite reinforcing. The longing associated with that early bloom of romantic love is well known and is the subject of love songs, romantic movies, and love stories. Romantic comedies act out the interplay between two people as they move from strangers to being in love. The film expresses the longing, the delight, the humor, and sometimes the pain of romantic love.Love becomes addictive when that feeling of euphoria which occurs during romantic love becomes the goal. The early stage of a relationship when the other is still unknown, when we can look endlessly into their eyes, when the sound of their voice causes our heart to race, is the bonding stage. This early stage (the beginning, the first meeting, the first kiss) is followed quickly by the first weeks and months of the relationship, and the physical arousal level is high. Researches who have studied human behavior are quite aware of the hormones and endorphins which are secreted in greater amounts during this stage, and which further act to reinforce the bonding. This chemical process can be addictive. That euphoric feeling becomes what is sought after and what triggers the addictive cycle.Love addicts can be recognized by their movement from relationship to relationship, multiple marriages, affairs while in a committed relationship, and their general focus on the next man or woman who might come into their lives. The flight in and out of relationships soon looses its thrill, and the love addict is left with pain and loss. Some love addicts may be hooked on fantasy lovers. Fantasy lovers are people the addict loves and longs for from a distance. These people may not actually go in and out of relationships, but instead spend large amounts of time in chat rooms, ing romance novels, or going to movie after movie. This frantic behavior is an attempt to feel good. To replicate the feeling of being in love. Unfortunately, what usually occurs is deadening depression. Chat rooms, romance novels, and movies are not negative in themselves, they are meant to be entertaining, stimulating, and fun. For the love addict, these pursuits become the tools of their addictive process. While some love addicts go from person to person, others addict to one person. This love addict creates a fantasy relationship and tries repeatedly to fit the person into the fantasy. Even in the face of evidence to the contrary, the love addict will continue the fantasy of being in love with the perfect mate.Sex and Love AddictionSex and love go hand in hand. When we are in love it often follows that we have sex with that person. We even call itmaking love.However, for the sex and love addict, love and sex within the same relationship becomes stale and boring after awhile. The first blush is off, the bloom has paled. In short, the hormones aren’t pumping quite so fast. That euphoric feeling has died down, and the real work of the relationship begins. At this point the sex addict will increase their addictive behavior and the love addict may begin to look elsewhere. The addictive cycle begins (if it ever ended) anew. The cherished hope within the sex and love addict that the new relationship will be enough to break the cycle is met with failure, loss, and shame.RecoveryRecovery from sex and love addiction can occur. The process of recovery is much like recovery from substance addictions. First, the addict begins the process of healing by identifying the painful damaging behavior. By acknowledging their behavior is addictive and destructive, their lives become open to growth and change. The addict learns to recognize how their thinking, their feelings, and their behaviors lead them into the addictive cycle. Frequently, sex and love addicts are depressed and anxious, and begin to feel worse before they feel better making the recovery process painful.There is help. The sex and love addict is not alone. Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous, a 12-Step program modeled after Alcoholics Anonymous, offers the addict a place to learn about themselves and the addictive process. The tools of recovery are available if the person is willing to take the step into a new life. Another important tool for recovery is counseling. Counseling can help the person understand how their unfinished business from the past is affecting them today. They can begin to unravel how the addictive cycle works in their lives. 成瘾可能发生在人一生中任何阶段,常常与重复行为、强迫性观念,或者在物质成瘾中,一种特殊的药物联系在一起的。最初行为和想法尚且感觉良好,使人感到欣快地想要重复这些行为和思维方式。成瘾的关键组成部分是人们从特定行为中获得的欣快感受。感觉良好就具有强化作用,人们会寻找出是什么让他感觉良好,即使这种感觉短暂一时。伴随着成瘾,他们会出现强迫观念以及强迫行为,时间和工效观念丧失,人际关系和婚姻丧失,身体和心理健康丧失等后果。上瘾渐渐会变成一个人生活的内在驱力。性成瘾性成瘾从独自强迫性的自慰,到掠夺式的性犯罪,都可能存在着。本文将着重介绍Patrick Carnes在其书《走出阴影》中所描述的第一水平的性成瘾。伴随这种水平的性行为的一些行为被社会视为其中无人受害,性行为发生在自愿的成人之间,即使是非法的,仍然是可以容许甚至是可以鼓励的,毕竟没有其中没有人受害。卖淫就是这样,卖淫在大部分地方都是犯罪行为。但是它能够被我们的社会所容许,常常被当作是成人的自愿行为,这是不可避免的事情,从这种角度看,没有人会收到别人的问责。除了卖淫外,其他第一水平的行为还有:色情作品,脱衣舞,偷窥秀,强迫性的自慰,院,一夜情,多名性伴侣,酒吧或者澡堂揽客。现在更是有网络性爱,电话性爱,乃至虚拟性爱。性成瘾可能参与一种或者多种这样的性行为,然而不管如何这种行为都是重复性地,强迫性的,冲动性的,受到内在驱使的。可能发生的是刚刚最初对色情作品好奇,发展成为强迫性冲动。一次嫖娼的经历可能会再三重复,耗费大量金钱和时间,更不用说意志消沉、羞耻感的产生,身体上的危险,情感上的衰竭。常常秘密而冒险的行为所带来的兴奋足以维持对这种行为的追求。渐渐地,即使强迫性成瘾行为所带来的欣快感变得越来越淡,强迫性观念占据的时间却越来越多。大多数情况下这样的行为是秘密进行的。成瘾者可能只向朋友暴露其状况的冰山一角,但不会透露自己的强迫程度。如果成瘾者结婚或者恋爱了,秘密还会被谎言和欺骗所掩盖。其中金钱花费要列入预算,时间花费也要进行解释。即使当这种行为继续为了增强强迫性而进行的,这种举动对于性成瘾者仍然被视为虚伪和羞耻的。这个伴随成瘾的问题带来的烦恼或许从程度上超过了行为本身带来的愉悦。爱情成瘾将爱情和成瘾放在一起或许有些不和谐,但如果你理解了成瘾过程怎么在人们的生活中发生之后,将二者联系起来就容易多了。当一个人着迷与行为伴随的感受,成瘾便发生了,爱情也是如此。我们的文化倾向于鼓励恋人间的爱情。我们把爱或者浪漫的爱视为关系的基础。如果没有浪漫的爱,我们就不会感觉到在恋爱,亦不会去想要维持长期的关系,更不会考虑婚姻。恋爱的感觉就是一种欣快感,对人的强化作用非常大。渴望绽放烂漫的爱情之花是爱情歌曲、浪漫电影、爱情故事的永恒主题。浪漫喜剧更是上演着一对恋人从陌生到相爱的经历。电影表达着浪漫爱情的渴望,带来的快乐,幽默以及伤痛。当以追求浪漫爱情带来的欣快感为目的时,爱情就成瘾了。爱情关系最初的契合阶段中,彼此仍旧不了解对方,我们彼此深深地看着对方的眼睛,对方的声音都可以使我们心跳加速。这个阶段(从开始,到初次约会,到初吻)会持续一周或者一月,此时生理唤醒水平还是比较高的。研究人类行为的学者发现在这个阶段,荷尔蒙和内啡肽(一种体内镇痛物质)的含量在秘密地增加,这就会强化爱情行为。这个化学过程可能导致成瘾。这种欣快感就是之后成瘾者追求的目标,也是引发成瘾周期的元凶。爱情成瘾者可能有以下形式的举动:关系的深入发展,多重婚姻,忠诚关系中的婚外逸事,并且他们一般着聚焦于下一个出现在他们生活中的异性。在这种关系中的反复无常使兴奋性降低,爱情成瘾者只剩下伤痛和损失。一些爱情成瘾者还可能着迷于幻想爱人。幻想爱人是成瘾者只渴望在异地喜爱的人。这些人可能不会在感情关系中反复无常,但是会花费大量的时间在聊天室中,读浪漫小说,或者去狂看爱情电影。这种疯狂的行为是在试图追求和重复恋爱美妙的感受。有的爱情成瘾者会不断调换不同的异性,而有些的对象却只有一个异性。康复性与爱情成瘾的康复是有可能的,就像物质成瘾的康复一样。首先,成瘾者应该认识到这种给自己带来伤痛损害得行为。通过认识到他们的行为是成瘾并具有破坏性的,他们的生命将开放、成长和改善。成瘾者通过学习了解他们的想法、感受和行为是如何诱导他们进入了成瘾周期的。性与爱情成瘾者常常会抑郁和焦虑,他们在感觉改善之前会感觉糟糕,这会使得康复的进程变得困难。还是有解决方法的。性与爱情成瘾者并不孤独。性与爱情成瘾者互助协会,仿照戒酒互助协会,提供给成瘾者一个场所了解自己以及成瘾过程。如果他们愿意踏入新的生活,可以参与到其中。另外一个重要的康复就是咨询。咨询可能帮助了解他们过去心理和人格% /200810/54469青岛水动力吸脂医院哪家好

青岛/诺德医院祛眼袋手术多少钱青岛中心医院是属于私立还是公立? 国家有钱人民反而不快乐 British people are less satisfied with life than many in poorer countries and use too many of the earth's resources, according to a poll that ranks Britain 74th in the world below Georgia and Burma。  最新调查表明,与很多贫穷国家的居民相比,英国人对生活更加不满,消耗的地球资源也过多。英国幸福指数在全球排名第74位,落后于格鲁吉亚和缅甸。  Rather than measure Gross Domestic Product or GDP, the Happy Planet Index or HPI measures life expectancy, happiness and the environmental impact of different nations。  “全球幸福指数”对各国的居民平均寿命、幸福感、以及对环境的影响进行衡量,而不是国内生产总值。  The top ten countries are not the richest nations but middle income countries in Latin America, Asia or the Carribbean where there is a high level of life satisfaction and low carbon footprint。  排在榜单前10位的国家不是世界上最富裕的国家,而是拉丁美洲、亚洲、或者加勒比海地区的中等收入国家。在这些国家,人们对生活的满意程度非常高,而人均“碳足迹”则很低。  Costa Rica is the greenest and happiest country on the planet, according to the rankings developed by think tankthe New Economics Foundation, followed by the Dominican Republic and Jamaica。  根据此项排名,哥斯达黎加是全球绿化率和幸福指数最高的国家,多米尼加共和国和牙买加分列其后。该调查由智囊机构新经济基金会发起。  The UK comes in at 74 out of 143 countries behind Georgia at 72. The highest ranking country in the EU was the Netherlands at 43 followed by France at 71 and Germany at 51.  在参与调查的143个国家中,英国排名第74位,位列排名72位的格鲁吉亚之后。荷兰排名第43,位列欧盟国家之首,其后是德国(排名第51)和法国(排名第71)。  The ed States, was ranked at 114, Canada at 89 and Australia at 102. Zimbabwe and other poor African nations, where life expectancy and happiness is low, came bottom of the table。  美国、加拿大、澳大利亚分别排在第114位、89位和102位。津巴布韦和其它一些贫穷的非洲国家排名垫底。在这些国家中,人均寿命很短,人们的幸福指数也很低。  Levels of life satisfaction, calculated from a worldwide poll, were not necessarily high in rich countries where violence and inequality continue to be a problem。  根据这项全球调查,在暴力和不平等问题仍未解决的富裕国家中,居民对生活的满意程度不一定高。  In the UK the low ranking was largely due to social problems and the high carbon footprint of most of the population。  英国排名靠后主要归咎于其社会问题,以及大多数人口的人均“碳足迹”较高。  If everyone in the world wanted to live as people do in the UK, it would require the resources of more than three earths。  如果人们都想要像英国人那样生活,那么我们需要不止三个地球来提供资源。  Nick Marks, who devised the rankings, said that there are still high levels of inequality in the UK as well as community breakdown and unhealthy lifestyles。  该排行榜设计者尼克 马克斯称,英国社会的不平等程度仍然较高,社会出现分裂,人们的生活方式也不健康。  "There are a lot of people who are unhappy particularly at the lower income end of the spectrum but it is not only financial inequality, it is the longer working week, a lack of social cohesion through a sense of belonginess to the community or the geographic area, indebtedness, low levels of volunteering and more passive lifestyles," he said。  他说:“有很多人感觉不幸福,特别是低收入群体,但这并不只因为贫富不均,还有工作时间更长,缺乏对社会或地区的归属感而导致欠缺社会凝聚力,欠债,志愿务意识较低,以及生活方式更加消极等等。”  He urged politicians to pay more attention to life satisfaction over GDP。  他敦促政界人士更多关注人们的幸福感,而不是国内生产总值。  "The big message of these rankings is that we have to produce a system that makes people happier without costing the earth," he said。  他说:“这项排名透露出一条重要信息,就是我们要找到一种可以在不消耗地球资源的前提下,使人们更幸福的方式。”  Vocabulary:  carbon footprint:碳足迹,指个人能源消耗量和污染排放量  think tank:智库,智囊机构 /201002/96682青岛冰点激光脱体毛多少钱

莱西人民医院怎么预约 “A compliment is something like a kiss through a veil.”Victor Hugo“Do not offer a compliment and ask a favor at the same time. A compliment that is charged for is not valuable.”Mark TwainCompliments.Some are sincere. Some are quite the opposite.Some like to get them. Some feel a little uneasy and self-conscious about them.And from time to time I think to myself that there is too few of them. They are underused and underrated and are often forgotten amongst gossip, negative self-talk and complaints about the boss, the job, the weather and milk prices.Negative observations about reality are plentiful. Positive observations are much fewer.So, here are 5 compelling reasons why it’s a good choice to use more genuine compliments in your day to day life. And a bit further down, three tips on how to give them.1. You can make someone’s day. That’s a nice thing to do.2. Increased positivity. Keeping your focus on the positive parts in people expands your own positivity. You’ll notice more positive things about yourself, your own life and other things in your surroundings. What you focus on in your everyday life you’ll see everywhere, not just in other people.3. You get what you give. Don’t keep this in the forefront of your mind while giving a compliment. It may make the compliment seem insincere and like you are just out to get something from the other person. But still, people often have a strong feeling of wanting to give what they got. Perhaps not right away, but over time reciprocity and a positive relationship can build. And in general, what you give you tend to get back from the world around you.4. Attractiveness. Positivity, appreciation and being able to genuinely express yourself are three attractive traits both in personal and professional relationships. People tend to want to hang around and work with people that have such traits.5. It’s fun. :) When you give a genuine compliment you ignite a spark of happy feelings inside of yourself.Now, here are three tips for sharpening your compliment giving skills.The compliment has to be genuine.Otherwise you are just trying to take something from the one you are complimenting. And that will not work so well. Your insincerity will often shine through.A compliment delivered with positive words but with a body language and voice tonality – the two most important parts of interpersonal communication – that aren’t saying the same thing may often not go over so well. And the rule that you get what you give still applies.What you feel when you deliver the compliment will come through. So make sure that there is a genuine feeling behind the words.Cultivate a habit of appreciation.This will let you discover all the genuinely nice things about people. With this filter closed it will be harder to see the positive things in people and to give compliments that are actually totally genuine. Try to appreciate the things around you - your home, friends, family, co-workers, computer, weather, food etc. - a few minutes a day to build this habit.Compliment on something the other person feels is important to him/her.It may be - at least in some cases - a good practise to not compliment on something that the other person doesn’t have much control over. Or something that he or she has been complimented on a thousand times before. Looks and other more superficial stuff are examples of such things.A compliment that is kinda expected will not be that powerful. And even though your compliment is genuine it may just be lumped together with all those other similar and not so genuine compliments the person has recieved.Instead, observe what makes this person tick. What are his/her passions, qualities, interests and proudest achievements? What can you genuinely appreciate about those things?And finally, remember, pretty much no matter what the response is you can still feel good about giving a compliment. As Seneca says in tip # 5: how the other person responds - what s/he says or feels - isn’t your responsibility. 对他人的表扬就好像隔着面纱给他人一个令人温柔舒心的吻—维克多·雨果在对他人赞美的同时,不要向他人要求施予恩惠。真正的赞美是不需要付对价的—马克·吐温有一些赞美和恭维是真心诚意的,而有一些却恰恰相反。有一些人很乐于接受他人的称赞,而一些人却会感觉到不自在和难为情。我时常暗自思忖,生活中的赞美与恭维话实在是太少了。它们的价值被低估,未被人们充分利用,而且常常湮没在人们的闲谈之中—像对老板,对工作的抱怨,对天气,牛奶价格行情的讨论。生活中充斥着往往是大量的消极的言论,一些积极的,正面性的言论却太少。因此,下面就列出了五个让你由衷的感觉到在日常生活中多说一些真心的赞美话语是一个不错的选择的理由,而且接下来还会有三个关于如何对他人予以真心称赞的建议。让他人心情愉悦。何乐而不为呢。对自身的肯定。对他人的肯定其实也会增强对自身的肯定。你会更多的发现存在于自己本身,自己的生活,还有自己周围的一些事物的美好的一面。你在自己的生活中关注的东西,在任何其他地方都会给予同样的关注,不仅仅是在其他人身上。有给予,才能有收获。在给予他人称赞的时候,脑海中不要闪过这种念头,这会让你的称赞显得不那么真诚,仿佛你要从别人那里索取什么一样。但人们常常会有这样一种倾向,即希望把他们获得的东西同样施予他人。这是事实,尽管这种想法不会立即就付诸实践,但假以时日,一种“友好互惠”的关系就在你和他人之间建立起来了。通常情况下,你给予他人的,也往往可以从你的周边的人那里得到。增加个人魅力。自信,懂得欣赏他人,真诚的表达自我是在生活和工作当中非常引人注目的三个优点。人们往往喜欢跟具有这些性格特性的人在一起工作。增添生活乐趣。当你真诚的给予他人赞美话语的时候,你也会在自己的内心激发一阵愉快的情绪。现在就来给你三点关于如何正确恰当地给予他人称赞的建议。赞美之辞必须要出于真心。不然的话你只是出于对他人有所求才给予他人赞美之辞。那样的话你的称赞就达不到你所想要的效果。因为人家很容易就感觉到你言语中毫无诚意。在讲一些称赞的话语的时候,总会是一些正面的措辞,同时还会伴有肢体语言和声音语调。但是如果你的肢体语言和语调并不显得那么协调的话,那么即使说的是同样的赞美之辞,但却会产生不一样的效果。还是那句话,你给予他人的,他人也会同样给予报答。当你对人家予以称赞的时候,你的内心感受也会表现在语言之中。所以,要用自己的真心感受去表达对人家的称赞。培养一种正确欣赏他人的态度。这会让你发现他人身上所有美好的,值得称道的优点。如果你还不具备这种态度的话,你就会很难看到他人身上正面的东西,也就不能完全真诚地称赞他人。试着去学会欣赏你身旁的一切—你的家,朋友,家人,同事,电脑,天气,食物等等—每天花几分钟来培养这种习惯。对他人非常看重的东西给予赞美。也许,至少在一些情况下,最好不要对他人并没有多大配权的东西,或者已经被其他人称赞过许多次的东西再表示你对它的赞美与欣赏态度。比如说外表或者其他一些比较肤浅的表面化的东西。在他人预料之中所作出的赞美评价通常不会那么有效果。即使你是发自内心的给予称赞,也会被人家跟另外一些相似的,不那么真心的赞美之辞归于一类。因此,你要善于观察分析哪些东西是这个人重视或者给予很多关注的。包括他的酷爱,他的出众之处,他的兴趣爱好,或是他引以为豪的成就。你要在哪些方面对他看重的这些东西给予称赞与评价。最后,你要记住的是,无论你在称赞对方之后得到什么样的回应,你自己的内心都会得到一种满足。就像Seneca在第五条建议中所讲的那样,对方的反应—他或她说什么或者有什么样的感觉—这都不是你所能控制的。 /200806/42592青岛眼睑下垂医院在哪里海阳市激光去痘坑多少钱

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