This article is about how relationships aren't all about being alike and being good looking. She asked her friend what she likes in a guy and she said that she wants him to have a great sense of humor. She doesn't care what he looks like. They then looked at the dating profiles to see the guys on there. They compared each of them to one another,
They talk about what people mainly look for in a partner. They talk to a girl who said attractiveness wasn't important to her but a sense of humor was a must. They also talk about how people look for a partner. Sometimes they look for good personalities as some other people look at their looks.
consciously ranking traits as more or less important may not reflect the way we make our real-life dating and mating decisions.
I feel that nowadays people tend to saying that humor and understanding between partners are important; however, before someone learn about their partner's personality, they always look at the partner's physical features first. There was once I was helping my sister picking out her tinder matches, and the same as the author stated in the article, not even once my sister said that, "This guy seem to have a good humor, " or "This guy seems considerate." Although people say that they are not interested in looks, but I believe that they do through the way how they are picking their partners.
What the doing well vs doing good is saying that people have a natural instinct to pick a friend that has good morals and someone to help that has bad morals
This articles states that is looks, personality and kindness, really a big deal when it comes to dating or when it just comes to getting to know people.
For companies being the underdog is not always the preferred route.There are people who prefer it but that would just be doing good.Majority of the time we want to be great to exceed so we want to be great so we trust people with morally based ideas.
The Carrie Fisher article is true in my opinion. Being able to joke about something makes the stress seem smaller. Laughing about something makes it seem like it's easier to deal with. Carrie Fisher seemed to be very good at joking about relevant issues making it easier for others to cope with their issues.
The article that I read was about Carrie Fisher. She turned bad things into good just by the way she was to say them. I agree that joking about something bad that happened in the past helps a lot to recover from those former problems.
it is something we can relate to because we all know the struggles of the job environment and how it seems as if they do not like the concept of giving ideas and being unique
I read the article, "Attractiveness Is More (or less) Important Than You Think". It talked about which one people think is more important, good looks, or good personality traits. The article talked about how usually on online dating sites most of the people don't truly know one another unless it's based almost entirely on looks. Studies have shown they don't want their partners overly attractive, just enough in fear of being downgraded or cheated on.
The article that I read was about Carrie Fisher being able to turn mental illness into a career. She said that laughing at a problem was empowering and by her being able to laugh such things off, she was able to make other people "come out" about their own secrets.
They said what people look for in the other person their dating.
The cause is that more than 1,000 New Yorkers are expected to die from a fatal drug overdose. The effect is that so many people die of herion, it will make people go crazy, and it's affecting there family and friends.
I read the article of attractiveness and the flaws that someone has i believe that people are allowed to have flaws. like myself, i do have many flaws but i do not rank anyone above someone unless of their internal traits.
Many people state that good sense of humor, intelligent, kind, understanding, and family oriented are more important factors than good looks. However, when people sit down and access another person, they generally look to see if the person is attractive or not. In speed dating or online dating, attractiveness plays an important part in the overall decision, even if the other characteristics have an equally important part in the decision making process, because chances are that if you aren't attractive, people wouldn't get to know the real you anyway, in a dating point of view.
I agree what Carrie Fischer did with her life. Turning the bad situations into problems, always makes you laugh and see the bright side to things. It makes you forget about the hurt or the wrong in the situation. Carrie did this punchlines, it make people laugh and get what she wanted to say out. It helped blossom her career and make everyone love her. You will never have a dull moment listening to a joke and the joke grows on you. You take it in and remember what all was said. This was her way of reaching out to people and I agree with her actions.
Consciously ranking traits as more or less important may not reflect the way we make our real-life dating and mating decisions. Physical attractiveness serve as an important gatekeeper, directing us toward partners who are healthy, age appropriate, and able to reproduce And when we make our real-life dating and mating decisions.
Attractiveness is more important than we think that it's important because some people don't want someone that is too attractive but someone that is attractive enough. For we to have some attraction to him/her
This article mainly talks about how phsyical features aren't as important as personality. When it comes to dating looks don't matter as much as knowing someone personal.
Carrie Fisher turned her mental illness into a career. She was open and made jokes about her illness and laughed along with the audience. She taught other people how to be open and laugh at the problem that they had just like she was.
In the article "Doing Well Vs. Doing Good", extensive research in psychology shows that when we evaluate other people or groups, we care more about morality than we do about competence.
In the article I read today they predicted that over 1,000 New Yorkers will die of a drug deadlier than heroin in 2017. This drug is known as fentanyl, a cheap synthetic opioid. It is most commonly known for treating chronic pain in cancer patients and surgical anesthesia. Several factors combine to make this deadly drug.Thus, its extreme power makes it easy to over dose on.
I can relate to Doing Well vs. Doing good because i want to be successful but being morally good will make it harder because the saying "Nice people get screwed over." is so true, people will do anything to get what you have. I am not saying ill murder people or anything but i will not help anyone until i get to the point i am happy with.
The article is talking about our mortality when meeting a person. You want to befriend a person who is morally good, but you want to help someone who is morally corrupted.