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Why do things taste better when you have them in small quantities?

I really ♥ Snickers bars. I really really do! I would buy one bar after school and savor it to the last crumb. After spending 75 cents on a daily candy bar, I decided to get a whole box of 'em from Costco. Now that I have this big box, I still like them, but I don't eat them as often as when I would buy them individually. Why ?

Are some things better left unsaid?

If your feelings would comprimise the happiness and security of someone else than I would say bottle it up. For instance if someone was married. Regardless if there is a mutual attraction, to be the cause of ending a marriage and/or friendship is really unforgiveable. Your question is very vague. All situations are circumstantial when it comes down to it. Since you are stressing "regardless of the situation" it leads one to believe that there is a moral dilemna thwarting your proclamation of love. Love is pure and wholesome, if that love means that you must love from afar for the sake of morality, do so. You will sleep easier at night.

Is it better to do things we like or to like things we do?

You have got to find what you love. And that is as true for your work as it is for your lovers. Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do.-STEVE JOBSAs quoted above, its better to do things we like, because:Self esteem improvesIf you start doing what you like, you get a boost which keeps you motivated and helps you to perform well.Productivity improvesYou will put it in more effort and be able to handle others, which will also help you to garner respect and be seen as a valued employeeOverall health improve  Since at the end of the day you will be satisfied with your what you do, you will be stressed less and get a good night's sleep. BUT, not all passions match up with the realities of the job market. I am not talking about entrepreneurship, that's a different thing, some people make it, others not. Some people also start developing their love for the work they do with time, and it earns them their living, like they are passionate about the same providing the same outputs as mentioned above, then loving what you do also does not seem bad.The people who get to do what they love for a job are the lucky ones; they’re not the majority.Lots of other people are pretty content with what they do, but not passionate about it. This is probably the majority.And then a third group of people really don’t like what they do. They range from not-especially-happy to outright miserable.Your goal is to avoid being in the third group.THANKS FOR THE A2A User :)

What is the best way to do things better and faster?

Listen to the Olympics coverage, or any good athletic coverage.The physical aspect is critical. The emotional aspect is critical. The mental aspect is critical.Life is no different, in that respect.Do the practical things. learn the concepts.Get you mind-heart in winning mode.This works for me.The more I have used it, the less frustrated I have become, and the more rewarding life has become.My ability to learn has also increased.Do all the standard information, and control techniques because they work for surface problems, and are often required for normal work-life functions..Then supercharge you achievements.Get rid of the anxieties, obstacles hidden in old memories, and twisting your perspective.Chant Nam Myoho Renge Kyo.It affirms the essential relationships of life, and gets underneath the limitations. Then it dissolves them.Many people worked it on for a long time. Even though there were many avenues, and turns, the desire for a clear, commonly usable formulation persisted.One group got there.Nam Myoho Renge Kyo is the empirical cognitive science that has resulted from those efforts of thousands of years. It is utterly practical, realistic, and can help anyone who wants it, open the focus of the moment, or the entirety of the cosmos.The reason is that Nam is the focus on what is. It also expresses the intention of equality.Myo is the unlimited, ho is the specific. They are not separable.Renge is the aspect of causes, and effects. Those effects are local, specific, or mental, and reverberate forever.Kyo is the change, and persistence, we observe all around, and in our daily events.Since these are all true, simultaneously, inseparably, they must be taken as a packageInfusing those realities into our lives by chanting the sentence engages the mind, hearing, voice, intention. Most practitioners have a scroll centered on that sentence, and that engages vision, and enhances memory.I have always broken through my obstacles when I did this. Happiness was a faint hope, even when I had success, and money. Consistency with the realities of life have enabled me to build happiness. It also works for millions of others all around the globe.You can google, the “greatest secret human power, ” to get more perspectives.Or, got toWho controls you?

What are MRA's aiming for to make things better for men?

hey ✡ Alchemy Master

things like the draft or paternity leave/custody

all the stuff patriarchy says women aren't tough enough to do or men not sensitive and compassionate enough to do

(interestingly enough selective service still exists but the draft itself was abolished in 1975 by President Gerald Ford)

“The first act of violence that patriarchy demands of males is not violence toward women. Instead patriarchy demands of all males that they engage in acts of psychic self-mutilation, that they kill off the emotional parts of themselves. If an individual is not successful in emotionally crippling himself, he can count on patriarchal men to enact rituals of power that will assault his self-esteem.”
― Bell Hooks

(sissy, homo, fag, know the story)

Patriarchy as a system has denied males
access to full emotional well-being, which is
not the same as feeling rewarded, successful,
or powerful because of one’s capacity to assert
control over others. To truly address male pain
and male crisis we must as a nation be willing
to expose the harsh reality that patriarchy
has damaged men in the past and continues
to damage them in the present. If patriarchy
were truly rewarding to men, the violence and
addiction in family life that is so all-pervasive
would not exist. This violence was not created
by feminism. If patriarchy were rewarding, the
overwhelming dissatisfaction most men feel in
their work lives—a dissatisfaction extensively
documented in the work of Studs Terkel and
echoed in Faludi’s treatise—would not exist.

Does worrying helps us do things better?

Generally worry just makes situations worse in your mind, so it is wasted negative energy. Fear can be a motivator to act, but this creates unhealthy symptoms if it is persistent; you begin to dread situations. It is far better to use the desire to succeed as a motivator to energise you into action.Using your exam scenario, there is a difference between being laid back (care-free, unconcerned) and being focused and alert so that you are using the time well in the exam.If you tend to use worry as a motivator, learn to switch onto visualising what you want (desire). It will help you in many parts of your life and you will have fewer anxiety symptoms. Breathing and meditation is a good way to centre your mind and access positive thoughts: Breathing Techniques | Relieve Stress & Anxiety | Hypnotherapy Cardiff

Is it better to do things quickly or slowly?

I’d say the optimal speed of completing tasks often depends on the context. From everyday life to career-related tasks, speed has its benefits and downsides.For example - have you ever woken up minutes before you’ve had to leave for work? It’s amazing how quickly one can then get dressed, have some quick breakfast, pack all the necessary things and leave. In comparison, if you were to wake up, say, one hour before you need to leave for work, completing those tasks could take you the whole hour without clearly providing any benefits from the extra time.In a simple scenario like this you can still factor in a lot of things: How much sleep do you want to get? Does less sleep affect your mood and productivity? Is rushing to go to work likely to get you to forget to pack something important? etc.When it comes to work, speed will often vary based on the kind of work you do. Some companies value quantity over quality and need to meet a lot of tight deadlines. In such scenarios, doing things quickly is definitely to your advantage. Some more high-end companies, however, might prefer it that you take an extra two weeks to finish a given project, but to ensure its delivery meets a high standard of quality. Of course in both cases you can’t really be consistently quick or consistently slow all the time. Your speed will likely vary throughout each step of the project so it’s up to you to prioritise and figure out how to end up with the best end product.To summarise, I don’t think it’s better to aim for either or. Whether in simple life scenarios or important work decisions, figure out the ideal balance of speed and quality and you won’t go wrong.

Can u suggest me how to memorize things better?

Improving your memorising really depends on what kind of learner you are..
- If you are visual you need to associate things with images or set them out in a way that is easy for you to understand. You can work on your visual memory by drawing diagrams, staring at them for a while, then re-drawing the diagram on a blank page until you remember the whole thing. This helped me with a lot of biochemistry exam questions!
- If you're an audio learner, you need to hear what you're trying to learn. You can do this by recording your voice reciting what you need to learn or by telling someone else what you need to remember (even if it's an inanimate object or a pet, it actually works).
- If you learn by actually doing things, then the best way is to write out what you need to learn and keep on writing until you remember.

As for help with getting extra marks in exams, the best method is to start with the questions you know you can answer easily first. Then if you hit a question that is taking you too long, leave it and then come back to it later. And if there's something you don't remember as a part of a question, at least attempt to answer what you can because you can grab extra marks without answering the whole question.

Good luck! :)

I do lots of things better when I'm drunk - write, be witty around friends, even make love. How can I get to that state without the alcohol?

Alcohol limits inhibitions. Often times though— alcohol completely voids inhibitions. And thats how we sometimes see people who turn a complete 360° after too many shots of vodka or tequila.Inhibitions include how we socially react to situations. And sometimes the way how we generally see ourselves and present ourselves to the public.And when its gone, we become who we really are. Truly. maximised to our full potential. Or the potential we wanted to reach.  We become bolder, daring and somehow immune to the repercussions following whatever we do in our drunken state. This may be linked to two things:the somewhat conscious feeling that maybe everyone was too drunk to remember the things you will do.the people around you was morphing their behaviours as well. So you feel you belong somehow even if you are so unlike your usual self because they are too.If thats the case my conclusion is for you to find something that you can be confident enough in your current self. Be it a hobby a sport or a cause. Please be patient, take baby steps. Confidence is gradual yet very fragile. You will eventually find yourself more in stride in life and that will give you focus in necessary things that will progressively give you the full push to becoming comfortable with taking risks on your personal growth. Meaning, you will be a step closer to embracing that hidden self of yours each time you feel confident.And while at it, you will see that you never will need alcohol again to unravel your self. (AND MAKE YOU QUESTION WHY YOU EVEN CONSIDERED ON MAKING IT YOUR CONSTANT BEST BUD) Alcohol for me was just a phantom uncloaking your true identity. But it never will be kind enough to let you stay with it if it sees you liked it.