I can agree that people marry someone older than them. People find they someone who is older than them are more mature and know a little more about what they want in life and in a relationship. But when you are getting married you aren't only marrying that person you're marring the whole family. People who date someone younger get looked at.
In a conflict between your spouse and your family, support your spouse. it is your duty to support your husband or wife and to manage your own family in a way that consistently conveys this fact. Further, you both must present a united front to both families, making it clear from the beginning that your spouse comes first. marriage is hard especially when your family doesn't get along with who your married too.
I relate to " How Sleep Enhances Studying" because I always stop and take breaks when I am studying and sometimes when I am supposed to be studying for a big test, I just go to sleep anyway and wake up and study again.
Study finds that if you study right before you sleep, you will more than likely remember what you studied more than when you don't study right before you sleep. There was a study where there was a group that slept, and a group that didn't sleep. They were asked questions. The group that slept and studied 12 hours before the test did better than the ones that did not study right before they went to sleep.
Three Rules for In- Law Relationships
I read that over 700 surveys of long-married older people, I often heard this lesson: “You don’t just marry a person; you marry his or her family.” Indeed, many of the elders regarded this statement as a fundamental truth. Despite the fact that most dating couples do not spend much time thinking about their partner’s family, the elders tell you unequivocally: in-laws matter. This tip from the elders is one that many have used like a mantra in difficult in-law situations. Tell yourself this: the effort to accommodate your partner’s family is one of the greatest gifts you can offer in marriage. You are used to putting up with your own relatives.Most important, by staying on good terms with his or her relatives, you are honoring and promoting your relationship in one of the best ways possible. You may not like your mother-in-law or your father-in-law or your in-laws very much but you certainly can love them and stay close to them. To remember that they’re your loved one’s family. I agree because I've seen the same signs this article has discussed happened before and is still going on in some of family members marriages.
Someone who "dresses for success" impresses most mainstream people but may make some less conventional or skeptical types wonder if the person is going through all that expense and effort to gift wrap a package that may not be so impressive.
I read about how sleep can affect learning and the capability to remember what you had studied. During a trial of participants that studied 16 words, they had certain groups stay up and other groups get 12 hours of sleep. The next day the groups that had gotten sleep had tested better on the words compared to the group that had no sleep. When they tested the groups again during different lengths of time the groups that had slept and saw the words the next day all did better then the other groups, therefore proving the necessity of sleep and how it benefits the learner.
How Sleep Enhances Studying
Quite a bit of research on memory has demonstrated that distributing your practice helps you learn. That is, the more that you spread out your study time, the better you are likely to remember information later, compared to cramming all of your study time into one session.
I agree with the article "Three Rules for In-Law Relationships because when u get married . You are apart of his or she family now. Knowing that his or she family going have a impact on the relationship Rule #1: Your loyalty is to your spouse . Yes so u dont have explain yourself to the family or prove nothing to them.Rule #2:Remind yourself why you are doing it . Basically why did chose to marry this person.
I agree with this article. It says that if you spread out your studying time, you are more likely to remember the material than if you cram right before a test. It also says you are more likely to remember the material if you study it and then go to sleep rather than studying and staying awake for a long period of time.
Your Wold is Full of Placebo Buttons:
This article is about how pushing a button can help us feel better about a situation. Even if the button does nothing you think it does and it makes you feel in control. Take an elevator door for example. If you press the up button 8 times it will do the same thing if you press it once.
This article talks about how importance sleep is. Basically, there was a study where students studied words and then slept, being tested the next day, and another group studied but did not sleep. The results showed that the group that slept before the test learned the words faster than the group who did not sleep. I agree that it is important to rest or sleep before taking a test because it helps you recall what you learned before when your mind is awake and able to function better.
(Three Rules For In - Law Relationships)
Popular culture focuses heavily on in law relationships. Karl Pillemer came up with three rules that will help with your in laws. The first rule is your loyalty is with your spouse. He's saying how if they ever is a conflict you should always be on your spouses side. Rule number two is remind yourself why your doing it. That means to remember that your doing it for your spouse. The third rule is eliminate politics from your discussion. Talking about politics can cause a big mess when talking to your in laws.
When you spread out the time that you spend studying, you will have a better chance. Studying right before you sleep is better as well.
Studies say that if you study a subject and then sleep you remember it better. Also spreading out study time helps you learn more compared to cramming it in all at once.