socializing

Throughout our lives, we are offered many outlets for networking and socializing. We meet and make new friends at work. We
Today, things are different. According to a 2015 Pew study, nearly three-quarters of US teens have or have access to a smartphone
School beginning can be both exciting and stressful for parents and kids alike. The most important thing to ease the strain is to be a good, carefully attentive listener.
There is a 90 percent chance you will not fall for anyone because you are too busy organizing your next date. But hey it's New York, who has time for that anyway?!
What matters is that the individual himself accept the time and energy needed to metabolize and integrate the psychic change in order to continue with life in the present.
I absolutely adore them. I read an article of interest which jump starts a conversation on a topic I don't have much time or opportunity to develop with someone in person.
It's kind of brilliant and pretty much fail-proof.
My friend Joelle recently had a harrowing cocktail party experience. She was cornered by one of life's most dangerous predators -- the Crashing Bore.
Perhaps we should all reevaluate the true meaning of this time of the year and reintegrate a little fun into the holidays! Follow my seven simple steps to relieve stress and regain inner tranquility during your holiday season.
Parenting the socially uneasy child is more complicated than labeling your child as "shy." Your child may be different from you, if you're outgoing. That difference or mismatch with you might make you uncomfortable, but it doesn't mean something is problematic for your child.
There's a lot of drama in a teenager's life that can build or lower self-esteem on a dime. These teens are vulnerable as they struggle to find their sense of belonging. If they act in unexpected ways or seem difficult to be around, it's essential for us as parents to recognize what may be churning in their minds.
In addition to creating an agreement with our partner, collaboration with others can give us new ideas of regarding specific practices that may support the changes we wish to bring about. This kind of support can help us to trust that real change is an actual possibility.
You know you're getting old when you yearn for the good old days. When I was in Miami recently, I was standing in my hotel. I stayed at this beautiful hotel called the Shelborn on Collins Avenue. It has a great beach, a great lobby, and a great vibe to it.
You may just not care. Honestly, you may be at a party in which you’ll never see this person again, or just generally uninterested
Depending on whether I listen to you through the question, "What is valuable about what she's saying?" or "Why is she wasting
In our attempt to be better at our jobs, to be more accessible and more open to new opportunities which could be your next big break, you may actually be engaging in habits that are hindering you.
I think it's wonderful that the growing discussion about introversion and extroversion helps expand our understanding of one another. And I will try to do better. We all will.
Next time you go out for an office happy hour, you might want to consider with whom you're drinking alongside what's actually
Unless you personally know someone, there's no real connection other than "like"ing the same movie, music or whatever. I don't know about you and maybe it's my age but it sure seems to be sucking the life out of a lot of people.