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泉州微创人流手术多少钱泉州无痛人流那个医院好A homeowner said they did not think they had to pay their TV licence fee because they claimed their pet was related to one of the Queen#39;s dogs.英国一家房主说他们觉得自己不该交电视牌照费,因为他们家的宠物和女王的一只有关系。Other excuses given to officials by evaders last year included watching a stolen TV set, TV Licensing said.英国电视牌照局还说,去年有人为了不交电视费编造出各种借口,包括“我们看的电视机是偷来的。”More than 400,000 people were caught watching TV without a licence in 2012.2012年,有40多万英国人看电视不交牌照费。UK residents are legally required to have a licence if they watch or record TV at the same time as it is broadcast or could face a fine of up to pound;1,000.按照英国法律,居民观看电视节目或在节目播出时录像都要缴纳电视牌照费,否则将面临高达1000英镑的罚款。A colour TV licence costs pound;145.50 while a black-and-white licence costs pound;49. In January, TV Licensing revealed that more than 13,000 households across the UK were still using black-and-white television sets.每台色电视需缴纳牌照费145.50英镑,黑白电视49英镑。一月份,英国电视牌照局发布公告,全英国还有超过1.3万家电视用户仍然使用黑白电视机。Excuses for non-payment given last year included:去年不付电视费的借口千奇百怪:;Apparently my dog, which is a corgi, was related to the Queen#39;s dog so I didn#39;t think I needed a TV licence.;“我的是柯基犬,很明显跟女王的宠物是亲戚呀,所以我认为我不需要交电视费。”;Why would I need a TV licence for a TV I stole? Nobody knows I#39;ve got it.;“我的电视机是偷来的,为啥还要交电视费?没人知道我有电视。”;Only my three-year-old son watches the TV. Can you take it out of the family allowance I receive for him? He watches it so he should pay.;“我家只有三岁的儿子看电视。你能直接从政府给我的家庭津贴里扣吗?他看电视所以应该他付钱。”;I had not paid as I received a lethal injection.;“我已经被执行注射死刑了,所以才没交电视费。”;I don#39;t want to pay for a licence for a full year. Knowing my luck I#39;ll be dead in six months and won#39;t get value for money.;“我不想交全年的电视费。再有六个月我就死了,所以电视费交了也是白交。”;I have lost weight recently and had to buy new clothes. That#39;s why I could not afford to buy a TV licence.;“我最近变瘦了,得去买新衣。所以我没钱交电视费。”;I could not pay for my TV licence because the Olympic torch was coming down my road and I could not get to the shop as the road was too busy.;“我去年没付电视费,是因为当时奥运火炬传到了我家附近的马路上,路上人太多我去不了商店啊。”;I don#39;t watch the television; I just use it as a light in the dark.;“我不看电视,就拿它当灯而已。”;My house was invaded by a squirrel which weed on my TV, so now it doesn#39;t work properly.;“我家被松鼠入侵了,它在我的电视机里做了窝,所以现在电视不好用。”TV Licensing spokesman Stephen Farmer said: ;Some of the excuses are simply hilarious whilst others show a great deal of imagination and creativity but being caught without a valid TV licence is a criminal offence and no laughing matter.英国电视牌照局发言人史蒂芬-法门说:“有些借口就是简单搞笑,有些则显示出惊人的想象力和创造力。但要是发现你没有有效的电视牌照,那就是违法犯罪问题了,这可一点儿也不好笑。”;Joking and wacky excuses apart, it#39;s breaking the law to watch live television without a licence so anybody doing this risks prosecution and a fine of up to pound;1,000.;“先不说这些古怪恶搞的借口,在没有牌照的情况下看电视就是违法行为,这些人面临着被检举并交纳1000英镑的罚款的风险。” /201307/246516泉州市中医院 网上咨询热线 An online coffee firm have invented what they claim is the world#39;s strongest coffee - which contains 200 per cent more caffeine and comes with its own health warning.一家网上咖啡店发明了一种自称为“全球最提神”的咖啡。这种咖啡里的咖啡因含量比普通咖啡高出200%,出售时甚至贴出“有害身体健康”的警告。Mike Brown#39;s intense caffeinated dark roast drink, named #39;Death Wish Coffee#39;, is blended from the strongest beans in the world and contains double the amount of caffeine of the average Starbucks coffee.发明了这种含有大量咖啡因的香浓烘焙饮品的人叫迈克-布朗,他还将其命名为“死亡之愿”。这种咖啡由世界上味道最重的咖啡豆混合制成,所含咖啡因含量是普通星巴克咖啡的两倍之多。His Death Wish Coffee beans are ground very fine for extra potency - and Mike even says the extreme brew is his most popular blend.经过精细研磨之后的“死亡之愿”咖啡豆具有惊人的提神效力,迈克甚至说这种极端咖啡是他所制咖啡中最受欢迎的一款。The rather threatening packaging on #39;Death Wish Coffee#39; comes with a skull and crossbones, while a label warns that #39;sleepless nights will result#39;.“死亡之愿”的包装袋有些恐怖,上面印有骷髅和交叉放置的骨头,商标上还警告说:“小心连夜失眠”。Death Wish Coffee is made from Robusta beans which contain #39;nearly double the amount of caffeine#39; than the Arabica beans used by high-end roasters, according to experts.据专家说,“死亡之愿”咖啡是由罗布斯塔咖啡豆制成的。同使用高端烘焙器处理的阿拉比卡咖啡豆相比,这种咖啡豆的咖啡因含量还要多两倍。A single 12-ounce cup of coffee at Starbucks contains approximately 260 milligrams of caffeine according to EnergyFiend, a caffeine database. The same cup from Death Wish Coffee contains 520 milligrams, double the amount.咖啡因数据库EnergyFiend显示,星巴克里一杯12盎司的咖啡大约含有260毫克咖啡因。但同样一杯“死亡之愿”却含有咖啡因520毫克,是普通咖啡的两倍。Mike added: #39;Usually the lighter the roast, the more the caffeine. But most coffee drinkers prefer a darker roast.迈克还说:“通常烘焙程度越浅,所含咖啡因含量越高。但大多数顾客都喜欢浓稠色重的深度烘焙咖啡。”#39;This is medium-roast so it has more flavor than other highly-caffeinated blends. We sell 13 different blends of coffee, and Death Wish is our most popular one.#39;“和其他含有大量咖啡因的同类型咖啡相比,这种中度烘焙的咖啡口味更丰厚。我们店里出售13种不同的咖啡,而‘死亡之愿’是最受欢迎的。” /201307/248732NINGNING (an alias) was hesitant before her wedding. The nurse, who works in Beijing, says her fiance, a tour guide, was generally kind and charming during the two years they dated, except for one thing: Occasionally he would become violent.宁宁(别名)在婚礼前犹豫不决。这位护士,在北京工作,说她的未婚夫,一名导游,在他们约会的两年里通常是善良迷人的,除了一点:偶尔他会变得暴力。Ningning became alerted for the first time when the two were furnishing their newly bought apartment. One day an argument escalated into a violent confrontation. Her fiance suddenly shoved her to the ground. Feeling shocked and humiliated, Ningning ran away, crying all her way home.宁宁第一次警醒是当他们两个装饰他们新买的公寓时。一天一场争论升级为暴力冲突。她未婚夫突然猛地把她推到地上。感到震惊和羞辱,宁宁跑了,一路哭着回到她家。That evening, her fiance apologized to her profusely, swearing to never do it again. Ningning, seeing regret in his eyes, forgave him.那天晚上,她未婚夫一再向她道歉,发誓永远不会再这样做。宁宁看见他眼中的悔意,原谅了他。So it began a cycle of violence followed by apologies.所以它开始了一场暴力之后是道歉的循环。Ningning was still in love with him, but she was not sure about marrying a man who gave her roses and bruises at the same time.宁宁还爱着他,但她不确定是否要嫁给一个同时给她玫瑰和瘀伤的男人。;Ningning was a victim of a kind of domestic violence, dating violence, which does not get as much public and media attention as date rape,; says Sun Jue, executive director of Half The Sky Public Education, a Hong Kong-based commonweal organization.“宁宁是这种家庭暴力的一个受害者,约会暴力不像约会强奸那样得到公众和媒体那么多的注意,”孙珏说,半边天公共教育的执行董事,一个总部位于香港的公益组织。One explanation is that people, especially those with limited dating experience, have very little knowledge of what constitutes healthy dating behavior, says Sun.一种解释:特别是那些有着有限约会经验的人基本上不知道健康的约会行为由什么构成,孙说。Wang Xiying, a sociologist with the Beijing Normal University, has studied dating violence among Beijing#39;s young adults since 2004. She says the violence usually occurs when one partner tries to take control in the relationship through abuse.王喜英,北京师范大学的社会学家,自2004年以来一直在研究北京年轻人中的约会暴力。她说暴力通常发生在一方试图在恋爱中通过暴力来掌控。;Sometimes, the violent behavior is small and subtle, but it may grow into bigger problems,; Wang says. ;When it takes place, a clear message of NO must be given.;“有时,这些暴力行为小而细微,但它可能会发展成大问题,”王说。“当它发生时,没有一个“不”的明确信息必须被赋予。”Dating violence is often hidden. That does not necessarily have to involve physical abuse, according to experts. It can take various forms, such as verbal abuse or checking other person#39;s cellphone or e-mail without permission. It may also be sexual: unwanted touching and kissing, or demanding sex.约会暴力通常是隐藏的。据专家说,这并不必然涉及到身体虐待。它可以采取多种形式,比如口头虐待或未经许可检查对方的手机或电子邮件。它也可能是性方面的:不情愿的接触和亲吻,或者要求性关系。Wang#39;s study found that men and women both can be victims of dating violence. Women tend to use verbal aggression, whereas men are more prone to physical attacks.王的研究发现男性和女性都可能成为约会暴力的受害者。女性倾向于言语攻击,而男性更倾向于身体攻击。Recent studies in the ed States show that although adolescent males and females do not differ in overall frequency of violence in dating relationships, young women experience much higher levels of severe violence and are more physically and emotionally traumatized. Some are killed by their partners.在美国最近的研究表明,尽管青少年男女在恋爱关系中整体的暴力频率不同,年轻女性经历着更严重的暴力,身心更受伤。一些还被他们的伴侣杀害。Official statistics on dating violence do not exist in China, although domestic violence figures are ily available. According to a survey conducted by All-China Women#39;s Federation in 2011, one out of four married women in China has experienced family violence.约会暴力的官方数据在中国不存在,虽然家庭暴力的数据是现成的。根据全国妇女联合会2011年进行的一项调查显示,1/4的中国已婚妇女经历过家庭暴力。Wang notices that there is a tendency that Chinese people started dating at a younger age. Many young lovers don#39;t really know how to handle their anger and anxieties so they use violence as an outlet for their negative emotions.王注意到一种倾向,中国人在年轻时开始约会。许多年轻的情侣们真的不知道如何处理自己的愤怒和焦虑,所以他们使用暴力作为他们负面情绪的一种发泄。Dating violence has serious consequences, according to experts. The victim can become depressed, anxious, fearful, or even suicidal.约会暴力会有严重的后果,根据专家。受害人可能变得压抑、焦虑、恐惧,甚至自杀。Once dating violence happens, there are a few sensible ways people can respond, says Huo Liqin, a psychologist with Peking University.一旦约会暴力发生,有一些明智的方法人们可以应对,霍莉钦说,北京大学的一位心理学家。;It is imperative that two parties in the relationship to have a quality talk right after the first instance when they still have feelings for each other,; says Huo.“当务之急是当他们仍然对彼此有感觉的那一刻恋爱中的双方有一场高质量的谈话,”霍说。A three-step communication method may help:一个三步交流方法可以有帮助:First, the two people involved should share their feelings, says Huo. ;Tell your partner how shocked and heartbroken you are. If there are uncertainties about the relationship, you should tell your partner as well.;首先,两个人应该分享他们的感受,霍说。“告诉你的伴侣你是多么震惊和悲伤。如果关于恋爱有不确定,你应该告诉你的伴侣。”Second, it is important for the abuser to talk. The victim needs to be a good listener at this point and try to pinpoint what made their partner so angry, Huo says. For example, a quarrel may start over the furniture but the girl moves to say she is very disappointed with the boy#39;s low-paid job. And that may be the straw leading to the outburst.第二,施虐者说话是很重要的。受害者需要是一个好的倾听者在这一点上,试图找出是什么让他们的伴侣这么生气,霍说。例如,争吵可能会从家具开始,但女孩会转而说到她对男孩低薪的工作非常失望。而且这可能是导致爆发的那根稻草。Third, the two should find a way to avoid escalating arguments and preventing abuse. For example, when the boy is very angry and on verge of explosion, he could make a gesture to the girl. The girl then, receiving the signal, should stop talking. Or, when the girl finds his boyfriend looks very angry and about to attack, leave the room. They can get back to discussion after calming down.第三,两个人应该找到一个方法来避免争论升级和防止滥用暴力。例如,当男孩很生气并处在爆炸的边缘,他可以向女孩做一个手势。这个女孩然后,接收到信号,应该停止说话。或者,当女孩发现他的男朋友看起来很生气,要攻击时,离开房间。他们可以平静之后回到讨论。Huo pointed that those with violent tendencies are often poor communicators. ;They can#39;t convince their partner see things the way they do. They get angry and attack,; she says. ;It is important for the victim to listen, and help the abuser improve their communication skills. Otherwise, when they have children, he may be abusive to them.;霍指出那些暴力倾向者常常是可怜的传播者。“他们无法说伴侣看待事物的方式。他们变得生气和攻击,”她说。“对受害者来说倾听很重要,帮助施虐者提高他们的交流技巧。否则,当他们有了孩子,他可能会虐待他们。” /201212/216901福建泉州第二人民医院剖腹产怎么样

泉州医学高等专科学校附属人民医院几级The odds are against us: Roughly 88 percent of New Year#39;s resolutions don#39;t make it through the year. These are big to-dos we’re slacking on: eat healthier, get a better job, lose weight, save money. How can we fall short on such important goals year after year? The problem may lie in the kinds of resolutions we make – not our willpower.形势不太有利:大约有88%人们的新年计划基本坚持不下去。这些要做的大事我们通通都懈怠了:吃得更健康,换一份更好的工作,减肥,存钱。年复一年我们怎么总会功亏一篑?问题可能在于我们所定下的新年目标,而不是我们的意志力。Drink One Glass of Water in the Morning在早晨喝一杯水Drink a glass of water when you wake up. Water hydrates your body to start the day off. It’s preparing your body to accept nutrition. People talk about wanting to lose weight, but what if instead of that, that goal was, ;I’m going to drink a full glass of water every morning.; Instead of focusing on the end goal, focus on the small changes you can make every day to get there. When you have something you can accomplish every day, you’re more likely to form habits which, over time, will help you achieve your weight loss goals.当你醒来时,喝一杯水。身体得到水分补给后,开始迎接新的一天,并准备对营养的吸收。人们总说想减肥,但如果不是那样的目标呢?如果目标是:“我打算每天早上喝满满一杯水” ,又会怎么样呢?与其关注最终结果,不如关注每一天你能做到的细微改变。当你每天都能完成一点,你更有可能养成一种习惯,这种习惯假以时日就会帮你达成减肥目标。Turn One Driving Trip into a Walking Trip把驾车出行换成徒步旅行Before promising yourself that you will get up early and exercise every day, ask yourself if you’re really the kind of person who loves getting up at the crack of dawn to go on a long run. If you are, good for you; if not, consider taking small steps in the right direction as a start. Maybe you’re the kind of person who can walk to go get coffee. That can be a doable, achievable thing. From there you start to think, ;I think I’m going to walk to yoga class, or walk to the grocery store.;在向自己承诺每天早起锻炼身体时,先问问自己:我真的喜欢拂晓时分就起床去晨跑吗?我是这种人吗?如果你是,恭喜你;如果不是,那么在开始时,请考虑在正确的方向上做些小小的努力。也许你是步行去拿咖啡的那种人,这事是可做而且可行的。然后你开始有这样的想法:“我认为我可以步行去参加瑜伽课,或者步行去杂货店。”Read One Page Before Bed Every Night每晚睡前读一页书If you one page every night before going to bed, you would be done with a 365-page book by the end of the year. That may not sound impressive, but it#39;s one book more than you got through last year. If you’re feeling inspired, gradually increase your page count.如果你每夜睡前读一页书,那么到了年底,你就读了一本365页的书。这个听起来也许没那么动心,但一年时间过去,你得到的远不止一本书。如果你觉得自己受到了启发,有进步,你可以逐渐增加你的阅读页数。Make One Networking Effort a Day每天为人际关系网做点努力“Make a new professional contact on LinkedIn, or any other social-networking site that has to do with your industry,” says Lisa Johnson Mandell, author of “Career Comeback – Repackage Yourself to Get the Job You Want.” In addition to networking, educate yourself. Keep your finger on the pulse of the industry you’re after. Read at least one online article about a cutting-edge development in your field, or at the company you#39;d like to work for.《复出职场--为获得心仪的工作,重新包装你自己》的作者丽莎·约翰逊·曼德尔说,“你可以在LinkedIn或其他社交网站建立一种与职业相关的新联系。” 除了人际关系网,还要接受自我教育,把握所在行业的发展脉搏。她还说,“至少在网上阅读一篇关于尖端领域的文章,不论是关于你自己所在的行业还是你想为之工作的公司。”Indulge Every Other Day改天再享用Enjoy your favorite foods and drinks – in moderation. “Limit, do not eliminate,” says nutrition expert Rania Batayneh. “Diets do not work. Eliminating your favorite foods will just make you want or crave them more.” Instead of cutting out your favorite indulgences entirely, Batayneh suggests finding ways to limit your intake. If you eat potato chips every afternoon, challenge yourself to cut back to every other afternoon, focusing on reframing them as an infrequent treat.好好享用你最爱的食物和饮料,但请适量。营养专家拉尼娅·巴特内说,“不是不吃,而是要限量。节食食谱没有效果,不吃只会让你更想和更渴求”。巴特内建议,与其不吃,还不如寻找办法来限制摄入量。如果你每天下午吃薯片,挑战自己:隔天下午再吃,调整认知,把它们作为偶尔的零食。Buy Lunch Every Other Day每隔一天买一次午餐We can make the most impact on our spending habits by monitoring our casual spending habits, according to Harlan Platt, professor of finance at Northeastern University. “These include coffee at Starbucks, restaurant lunches and driving your car.” Instead of drinking lattes every day, drink them on Monday, Wednesday and Friday only. Think of them as luxuries, and aim to treat them as such.东北大学的金融学教授哈兰·普拉特表示,通过观察我们的休闲消费习惯,我们可以对自己的消费习惯做出改变。他说:“这些消费包括到星巴克喝咖啡、下馆子吃饭、和自己开车。” 不要每天喝拿铁,只周一、周三和周五喝咖啡就可以。把它们想成奢侈品,并这样对待它们。Say #39;I Love You#39;说“我爱你”Say ‘I love you’ more, more times than you imagine you could, or should.Think of how you feel when you#39;re on the receiving end, even via a text or Facebook message – it feels good, doesn’t it? Even if it’s a quick three words, it feels good to know that someone, somewhere thinks you’re great. Now, pay it forward. Make sure you appreciate the people in your life. Thank them for who they are and what they do, on a regular basis.多说“我爱你”,比你认为你可以或应该说的次数还要多。即使是通过文字或Facebook来传达,当你作为听到这句话的一方,想想你的感受,那感觉很好不是吗?即使是简单的三个字,知道有人在某地认为你很棒,那感觉就很好。现在去回应那些人。感谢你生活中的那些人,经常感谢他们,感谢他们的真性情,感谢他们为你做的事。Breathe Deeply for 10 Seconds深呼吸10秒Be intentional about your breathing. Some people can let life’s stresses roll right off their back, but for the rest of us, hearing “just don’t worry about it” is less than helpful. Instead of channeling your energy into ;not worrying,; try focusing on something positive, proactive and mindless, like breathing. Close your eyes for 10 seconds and focus on taking deep breaths. In addition to helping you slow down (deep breathing tells your brain to relax), you’re giving yourself a chance to push the reset button.关注你的呼吸。有些人不会让生活压着喘不过气来,但对我们其他人,听到一句“不用担心” 并没起到什么帮助。试着专注积极主动和不操心的事,比如呼吸,而不是把你的精力转去关注“不担心”。闭上眼睛10秒钟,专注深呼吸。深呼吸,除了帮助你淡定下来(深呼吸让你的大脑放松),还给了你自己一个按下“重启”按钮的机会。Hide Your Paper Towels把纸巾藏起来Trade your paper towels for cloth towels. Again, start small at first. Simply make your paper towels less convenient to use – place them in the cupboard under the sink and hang a hand towel in an accessible place. This quick switch will help you reduce your paper towel usage and encourage you to find reusable alternatives. Do you really need a fresh paper towel just to dry your hands? Save that disposable for kitchen accidents or pet surprises.把纸巾换成毛巾。同样的,刚开始时从小处着手。只要增加使用纸巾的难度就好,比如把纸巾放置在水槽下的橱柜里,把毛巾挂在方便取用的地方——这种简易的对换,可以帮你降低纸巾的使用量,鼓励你寻找可重复使用的替代品。你真的需要一张新纸巾来擦手吗?把一次性纸巾存下来用到应对厨房和宠物带来的意外上。List One Thing You#39;re Thankful for Every Day记录一件当天你要感谢的事At the end of the day, list one thing you’re thankful for. It can be something small like a good parking spot or perfectly steeped cup of tea, or it can be broad like the health of your family. Whatever that one thing is (and there is no need to stop at just one), take a few minutes out of your day to acknowledge how grateful you are for that one little thing.在一天结束的时候,记录一件当天你要感谢的事。这件事可以很小,比如说有一个好的停车位,或是泡了一杯好茶;这件事也可以很重要,如家人的健康。无论这件事是什么(也没必要说纠结是哪一件),花个几分钟来为这件微不足道的事情表达你的谢意。 /201302/224954泉州卵巢做手术大概多少钱 There are times when a relationship reaches a point where one or both partners feel the need for some space and want a break from each other, believing that a break will do the relationship good. Can taking time apart from each other help your relationship or is taking a break simply a way to avoid certain issues that will still be there waiting for you when you get back together?有人说时间是治愈一切情感伤痛的良药。而对于夫妻或恋人来说,时间却不是特效药,一定要遵照医嘱,这样才能在平凡生活中寻找到幸福感! 有时候,当一段关系到达一定的程度,夫妻或恋人都会需要一些个人的空间,这时他们就会想要彼此分开一段时间。他们认为这样的方式能使两人的关系更加紧密。而分开一段时间真的能促进两人的关系吗?或者这种方式只是两个人为了逃避一些问题,而当他们再次相处时,问题却依然存在。First Tip: Do not use Breaks as a quick fix.窍门一: 不要把“时间”当作特效药Every relationship varies and it is important that every couple understands that taking time apart is not a substitute for fixing or solving problems, because if you part when you are having problems, they will be waiting for you when you meet again- so it is essential that you talk about your issues first before you decide a break is needed and best for the relationship. Many get scared and paranoid when their partner asks for some time alone because they fear that their partner may not love them anymore or will not come back. Though it is always possible for your partner to change their mind during the break and decide not to continue with the relationship, there is no need to fear taking the break, because the two of you would eventually have broken up anyway, if your partner was aly thinking of doing so before- so it is inevitable.每段夫妻或恋爱关系都有差异。所以,每对夫妻或恋人都应该了解,分开一段时间并不意味着两人关系得到巩固或问题得到解决。因为,问题会一直存在,无论是两人分开还是再次走在一起。因此,在确定分开一段时间之前,找对方聊聊是非常有必要的,这对两人关系也是有好处的。 许多夫妻或恋人会诚惶诚恐,当他们的伴侣提出需要独处一段时间。他们害怕对方不再爱他们了,或者不愿再回来。尽管,这段时间内你的伴侣会思考是否愿意继续这段关系,但你也没有必要害怕分手。因为,如果你的伴侣早就考虑好这个问题,分开也就无法回避免的了。A Break can help you re-discover your Individual self.分开一段时间是为了重新认识自我。Many times, one or both people in a relationship will lose themselves in some way or form and will begin to feel stress and resentment in the relationship, even though it may not be about their partner personally. In every relationship, couples will compromise their differences to keep things healthy and happy and in making these compromising and changes, you both have to let go of a part of yourselves in order to compromise your differences. Sometimes this happens so often, that one or both of you will feel like you have completely lost yourselves and will feel stressed and resentment towards each other, even though it has nothing to do with any of you in particular. Relationships can get so deep- and you both can connect as #39; one #39; so intensely that you neglect yourselves as individuals, and in order to re-discover yourselves, there will need to be some time apart from each other. Remember, you need to be whole as an individual first in order to be whole together as a couple, and time apart is best if one or both of you feel like you need to get back in touch with your individuality.很多时候,每个人会在一段关系中发现迷失了自我,或者背负压力、满怀怨恨,而这并不是针对伴侣个人。在每段关系中,为了使彼此关系健康幸福地发展,双方需要为彼此生活中的差异而妥协。而面对妥协和改变,双方都必须要放弃自己坚持的那一部分。 这种情况时常发生,你们会发现自己完全失去了自我,彼此心力憔悴和心怀怨恨。这也并不是针对你个人。 只有当两个人合二为一时,彼此的关系才能如胶似漆的发展。这就需要你能暂时忽略自己,并重新发现自我,那么就需要与对方分开一段时间。请记住,作为个人,你首先必须是完整的,这样才能让你们的关系完整。而如果你觉得你需要寻找内心的自我,分开一段时间是最好的选择。Slow down the Pace to learn more about each other.放慢速度,充分了解彼此。Some couples get so excited when they enter a relationship, that everything moves so fast, which can get stressful, pressuring and scary, in which a break is then a good idea as well. Taking time apart can help a relationship build a better bond because you will both replenish yourselves during the break and will then be able to give the relationship the efforts and attention needed to keep it healthy. If you are afraid that you will lose the relationship if you take a break, just remember that you would have broken up later anyway- not because of the break, but because you grew apart, had irreparable issues or maybe your partner (or you) just wanted to move on. So do not fear what is not in your control. Just stay calm and see what good a break can do for both of you and your relationship. Besides, you both owe it to yourselves to get back in touch with your individualities and learn more new things about yourself, so that you will be able to teach your partner more about you- and the more you know about each other, the more you will understand your differences and will be able to build the connection that works best for the both of you.有些夫妻在开始一段关系时非常兴奋。所以,一切都发展得很快。而这样速度会让人产生压力和害怕的情绪。因此,分开一段时间也是不错的方式。因为分开一段时间能巩固两人的关系,两个人都能在这段时间充实自我,两个人都能为了保持健康的相处方式而付出努力和投入精力。即便你害怕分开一段时间会让你失去对方,那么你的害怕也是多余的,因为你们最终了会分开。这并不是因为时间使你们分开,而是你们之间或许存在不可弥补的问题,又可能是对方(或者你)想开始新的生活。因此,不要害怕你无法控制的事情。并且,你们彼此都需要与回归自我的内心去发现了解自我,这样才能使对方更加了解你。你们彼此了解越多,才能更好地理解彼此的存在地差异,只有这样建立起的关系才能使彼此幸福长久。 /201303/232400泉州做人流专业医院

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