How To Gain Power In Your Relationship With You Man

Does it bother you that your man holds all the power in the relationship? Do you feel that you’re trying too hard, while he’s not trying enough? Do you feel frustrated that he can make you do whatever he wants, while you have no control over what he does? Read on to discover how to shift the power dynamic in your relationship and start gaining control

From my coaching experiences with women, I’ve notice that some women give up their fair share of control in a relationship too easily. These women try to please the guy by letting him get whatever he wants and sacrificing what they want. They think that if the guy gets what he wants, he must be happy and satisfied with them.

This can’t be further from the truth. This is what happens when a guy feels like he can do whatever he wants when he wants it.

First, he’ll start to make more demands and when they are not met, get annoyed.

Second, he’ll start to appreciate you less for your sacrifices, since he has developed a habit to expect you to do what he wants.

Third, he’ll feel restless, bored, and may even want to get out, a common symptom when someone gets something too easily.

To make your relationship with the guy more interesting, exciting, and last longer, there’s one thing you have to do right now: shift the power dynamic in your relationship. This means,

You want to get your equal share of what makes you happy, rather than focusing on what makes him happy all the time.

You want to start saying NO to unreasonable requests from him.

And finally, you want to consistently do this, so your man will know that his days as the Last Emperor have ended and it’s time to behave like a reasonable and mature man

Basic Kitchen Layouts And Their Respective Uses

Kitchen layout is the foundation of a beautiful cooking area, which comes in various styles such as: single-wall, corridor, L-shaped, U-shaped, G-shaped, and Island style.

Kitchen area is one place in your house that requires a well-thought out design because a nice looking place can motivate the cook to prepare mouth-watering dishes. Before you can beautify the area, first you need to identify the layout of the room. From there, you can now decide on the add-ons and accessories to make it more conducive. As much as possible, maintain a spacious area, so that you can work on without obstructions and delay. Here are some of the common kitchen layouts for your kitchen:

Single-wall

Sometimes called straight kitchen, this is recommended for smaller house where the space is limited. It is attached to one side of the wall, so that the remaining space can be fully maximized. However, you can still enhance its storage capacity by adding pull-out drawers on the counter.

Corridor

Galley is the other name for corridor kitchen where the work stations are parallel with each other. This is another way to enhance space because it provides center aisle where you can move around; thus, commercial kitchen often utilize this type of layout. This is because chefs can have unobstructed footwork even during peak hours.

L-shaped

This type of kitchen is a popular choice for most homeowners who have long, open room because it is so versatile that the cook can work at the same time entertain guests with just one turn. This is the most ideal layout because maneuvering is not a problem at all.

U-shaped

If you want to have a multiple work area, U-shaped is best for you. This set-up also gives you sufficient storage space where you can place cooking essentials both on top and below the counters. This is perfect if you have lots of cooking appliances to display such as microwave, toaster, rice cooker, and the more.

G-shaped

Although, it provides moving space that is almost the same as the u-shaped, the only difference is the narrow passageway. This is perfect if want to create a more private cooking space away from onlookers since the limited point of entry prevents them from getting in and out easily.

Island style

With just one counter located at the center of the room, this requires less travelling around since everything you need are just

Be Prepared When You Take an Elderly Parent to the Doctor

Taking an elderly parent to the doctor can be a stressful experience. Your elderly parent may not be communicative and you may not know what questions to ask. You can help alleviate some of this stress by being prepared beforehand. It’s a good idea to keep a notebook with your questions about, and observations of, your elderly parent’s physical or mental changes since the last visit. Also, make sure you keep a list of the medications and past treatments for your elderly parent.

If you don’t feel comfortable or are too busy to take your elderly parent to the doctor yourself, you can hire a professional elderly caregiver to attend the doctor’s appointments with your loved one. Since they are highly trained in caring for the elderly in numerous situations, homecare agencies are ideal advocates.

If you plan on taking your elderly parent to the doctor yourself, here are some questions to ask the doctor about your elderly parent: Why is this new medication being prescribed, and what results can we expect? What physical, mental, or behavioral changes should I be documenting on a day-to-day basis? What blood work needs to be done and when (it’s important to regularly check levels of cholesterol, blood pressure, blood sugar, thyroid, iron, etc.)? If a new medication is prescribed, what side effects can we expect? Will the new medication interfere with any of the medications my elderly parent is currently taking? Are there any types of food that should be avoided with the new medication? Can I have a copy of the medical tests and results to stay informed of any changes to my elderly parent’s medical care?

Those are a few of the important questions to ask your elderly parent’s doctor during each visit. You will, of course, have additional questions based on the specific condition of your elderly parent. Whatever you do, don’t be afraid to ask questions if you are unsure of anything. Any good doctor will take the time to answer all of your questions thoroughly and make your elderly parent feel comfortable about the medical care they are receiving.

Remember that it is also appropriate for you to schedule a separate doctor’s appointment (whether over the phone or in person) to discuss sensitive issues without your elderly parent present. No question is too embarrassing for a doctor, but it’s understandable if you feel uncomfortable

Online Donation for Child Welfare

Children are said to be the face of god. Their innocence reflected through their smiles surely wins our hearts. It is our duty to nurture this innocence and not let it get wasted in the harshness of life. But in reality, there are millions of children in India that are deprived of normal childhood and are often forced to set out on the footpaths begging for a rupee or two. When they approach us begging for money, we often tend to ignore them. Apart from this, there are a number of children who are thrown into early labour and the other bitter ways of earning money. Especially in factories, these children are made to work under hazardous conditions causing a high risk towards their life.

Looking at millions of children every year suffering from these issues, it is up to us to provide a helping hand to them. They do not require our sympathetic looks; all they require is a little bit of encouragement. We cannot imagine our son or daughter suffering like them. We consider us fortunate for being living in our luxurious and comfortable lifestyles. But what about the small little kids who aren’t blessed with any of it?

It is pretty sure to us that if these children are given the care and affection, they hold the potential of making India a leading developed nation. One of the ways we can take this forward is by donating. This donation can be in terms of money or also non-monetary. The victims of harsh reality can be helped by donating through a charity home or institutions spread across the country.

Over the years, the internet has grown tremendously and has also become the most powerful tool for carrying out donations to charity. Online donation is being carried out in every part of the world today. This can aid in providing the children proper education and general welfare. However, the donors should also be smart in choosing the best charity homes or NGO who is aiming at serving for the goodwill of children. Always make a choice for the one you are familiar with. A number of known and popular charities and NGOs are available online with all the information and guidelines you require. In case of the charities you aren’t so familiar with, check their details at your state or local government offices.

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Traditional Architecture In India.

Now a day’s in india traditional architecture is the widespread form of building since many years, constructed through traditional way of building methods by local builders without using the services of a professional architect. Due to western influence, architects in india are not using traditional architecture techniques now that are based on indian climatic conditions. In India, building materials has different categories from mud-plastered to reed-thatched to timber-framed in accordance with the availability of local material. Some houses are built to withstand earthquakes, while others can be rebuilt quickly if washed away by heavy monsoon rains.

Materials used for it:

In some areas where there are limitations of building material, natural materials such as mud, grass, bamboo, thatch or sticks are used, instead of transporting materials from far place which is a blot on sustainability practices, for semi-permanent structures which require regular maintenance and replacement. The advantages of such traditional architecture are the construction materials are cheap and easily available and relatively little labor is required.

As the needs and resources of the people change, vernacular architecture evolve to include more durable materials such as stones, clay tiles, metals etc. Though they are more expensive to build, they are very durable structures.

Climate has a major influence over traditional architect:

In India climate has a major influence on traditional architecture. High thermal mass or significant amounts of insulation characterize buildings in cold climates. Lighter materials are used to built buildings in warm climates and designed for sufficient cross-ventilation through openings in the fabric of the building. In areas which have high levels of rainfall, flat roofs are avoided, even in areas with flat roofs, water harvesting techniques are being used.

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