While it seems some people are quick to turn down potential partners due to qualities like big ears, others all too often stick around through much bigger problems like abuse.An author's proposed reasoning is that by the time these qualities appear, one may be too enamored in the person already to leave the relationship.He says one could also believe that the negative traits will go away over time. Also, one could simply believe that they deserve love of such abusive quality as their self esteem may not be high.
i totally agree with this article it is saying that when we are in a relationship we tend to over look major flaws in a person like violence and abusiveness, respect or attention, it also talks about how or why people stay in these kinds of relationship. some examples are The nitpicky things we tend to focus on are often more obvious and observable. You can quickly see if someone has a physical feature, political opinion, or verbal tick you don’t like, but the more significant characteristics that are likely to lead to serious harm are often slower to appear.
The Ancient Greeks didn’t have cloud tools, smartphones, USB’s capable of housing small libraries or even endless reams of papyrus at their disposal. As such, they had to rely on their memories an awful lot more than we do today
In this article it is talking about coming up with little catch phrases to remember things. I can relate to this because last week my friend Kelsi had to remember so many vocab words for AP Psychology and he went online and looked up how to remember all of these words. She then found video of this guy rapping a way to remember the words. Even though the video was completely stupid, she remembers the words because they are too funny to forget now.
When it comes to relationships, sometimes you end up overlooking problems like if the person is mean or abusive, even when it comes in later in the relationship. You pay attention to the smaller details like their looks or things in common at first. The big problems like abuse is harder and slower to notice. By the time you notice the bad traits, you tell yourself that "it will get better."
A few years ago, the diagnostic nomenclature in psychiatry officially removed the term “hypochondriasis,” replacing it with the less pejorative and perhaps more accurate “illness anxiety” or “health anxiety." If you are an online wed cracker then you are brain washed too believe everything you read on the internet. The more you search the wed the more your fate seems to be real.
New research shows that we’re all turning to online advice sources, though some more than others. Carrying your anxieties about your health onto your Internet search behavior may be a symptom that you’ve got the increasingly common ailment you won’t find diagnosed there: Cyberchondria.
I agree because we look towards the internet for the answers to everything.
In the article How To Remember Everything it talks about how you can improve your memory. It tells how the ancient Greek people could remember very well. They used a process that put unfamiliar things in a familiar environment. There are also competitions to remember things.
(5 Ways To Tell If You Have Cyberchondria)
New research shows that we're all turning to online advice sources. Cyberchondria is carrying your anxieties about your health onto your internet search behavior. Symptoms of having this is checking online for symptom information from 1 hour to 3 hours per day. You fearing that you have several different diseases. Another symptom is feeling anxious by looking up symptom information.
I agree with the article "How to Remember Everything because I know that for me its hard remembering everything . I take notes so i can go over them . In this article it gives us examples on what people back then use to remember stuff . Were they didn't have libraries , and smartphones and other tools to use . Main idea of this How to Remember Everything talks how they use the method of loci .
Some people are quick to jump to conclusions in a relationship by looking at the minor flaws. Others are too willing and overlook the major flaws such as abuse, or lack of support and respect. This can be unhealthy in a relationship. People tend to overlook things like this because it may not be as obvious as we would think. It may be going on with no one realizing it.
5 Ways to Tell if You Have Cyberchondria
Carrying your anxieties about your health onto your Internet search behavior may be a symptom that you’ve got the increasingly common ailment you won’t find diagnosed there: Cyberchondria.
Many people from way back didn't have the technology that we have today. So they had to rely on what they were taught or what the remembered/memory.
This article talks about "cyberchondria" which is a condition people have when they google their symptoms too often. I have a friend who decided to google the symptoms for Parkinson's Disease. From that time on, she was convinced she had it. She began to google her symptoms every time she was sick. The article says this can lead to "illness anxiety" which is when a person is constantly worried about their health and continues to check symptoms even though it is unnecessary. It got to the point where she would have a sore throat and automatically assume she was going to die.
I read about memory. Memory is best enhanced when you use visualization. This help you to remember because its easier to remember seeing something, such as a red apple, than remembering the words "red apple."
I think the visualization technique works perfectly for writing a list of something that you need to memorize. I think it's simply easier for people to remember somethings from visual memory.
I choose to write about why people stay in relationships that they really shouldn't stay in. First off people's judgement on love and their needs are fr different from person to person. For example, a person might stay in an abusive or toxic relationship just because they either love them or believe that something will change, whether it be them or the situation. People seek for love and the kind of treatment they think they deserve, so with that a person might be in a relationship even though it could be toxic due to how their mind perceives things.
The story is about how to remember things better. It started with a story of Simonides. And how he remembered all of the members of his audience when they died after his performance. Then it explained his method of making a story to remember.