According to a new British survey, single people are rejecting flings and looking for long-term relationships.
The survey found that an overwhelming 95 percent of Brits want a long-term relationship. Also, two-thirds of those surveyed favored marriage.
Report author Dr. Monica Whitty said, "A new cultural shift is afoot. It suggests we're moving away from its throw-away culture in favor of sustainable long-term relationships."
Next time you plan on getting behind the wheel of your car, you better finish that chili dog first.
Online auto insurance agency Insurance.com says that 80 percent of accidents are caused by distractions, and most of those distractions involve food.
So, the insurance agency has come up with 10 foods to avoid eating while driving because they're either too hot or too messy. They are:
- Hot coffee
- Hot soup
- Chili dogs
- Ribs and wings
- Fried chicken
- Jelly donuts
Life is hard enough when we're dealing with great people and no drama.
But, when difficult people are thrown into the mix, it can be a real struggle to keep cool and keep moving forward.
Here are some simple strategies to consider when dealing with difficult people:
1. Switch Perspectives -- Seeing the world from someone else's point of view gives you a glimpse of how they're seeing the world -- and may stop you from getting angry.
2. Choose Your Approach -- When trouble arises, you need to decide whether to confront the person or not. As a general rule, you should talk things over only with someone you're close to, and let things slide when it's someone you don't care about.
3. Take a Less Direct Approach -- Sitting down for a heart-to-heart won't work with everyone. At times it's better to take care of problems in a more roundabout way. Humor often gets the message across without a lecture.