Sunday, January 8, 2012

What is courting

Love, relationship, Marriage, Romance,  Courting, Courtships, Love advice, Marriage Advice, Relationship Advice

Courting or courtship, is a way of evaluating if someone is a potential lifetime partner, If this person is appropriate and suitable for marriage, someone they can settle down with. Courting is traditionally a religious view, but I would like to say its also a great way to truly find someone actually worth being with.


If you are someone that has gone through the cycle of multiple partners and have been unsuccessful in finding the right one for you, then I would encourage courting as your choice of finding that special someone in your life, by taking things slow, you learn more about yourself and your potential partner.


Why not take your time and really get to know each other? The reward of doing so would be tremendous, building your friendship on key principles such as: trust, faithfulness and loyalty, now if you can accomplish this as a friend (Courtship) then it will definitely work in your favor, because you have demonstrated true marriage and relationship material to your potential partner.


Also keep in mind, when the two of you decide to go out, try to be considerate and allow joint decision making, this way you both can benefit from the experience and grow closer as a result. Joint Decision making is a very relevant way for you and your date to get along and enjoy things together, because you don't want to make the mistake of going somewhere your partner wouldn't like or enjoy.


Within the first few months, your focus should be getting to know each other and understanding the needs and desires of one another. By putting their needs first you can effectly acknowledge and correct problems that may arise, and also explore and learn about pass experiences to be able to address any issues and problems that may come up.


But the real issue is that sometimes we don't learn from our pass experiences, and we therefore continue to make them over and over again. So look within ones self and figure out what you can do next time to prevent a relationship from falling apart. Only you have the key, only you have the answer, and only you know what you have done in the past, but no matter what you have done, you can always fix it and make it right the next time around.


Remember for every action produces a reaction whether good or bad, so this time around be sure the end result is a positive one.




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Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Romantic Essence

Heart in Hand

By: Bennie Hubbard

It runs deeper than oceans, it shines brighter then the stars. It can give you strength and embrace you and cloth you in an aura making you glow, seperating you. It desires you it wishes to live within you and unlock the essence locked and trapped, but it has the key to unlock you and make you blossom like a spring season rose. As angles fly upward so does your spirit when you experience the essence of romance.


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Monday, October 10, 2011

Study, Obese mothers Have a High Risk Factor of Exposing Children to Asthma

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Article first published as Study, Obese mothers Have a High Risk Factor of Exposing Children to Asthma on Technorati.

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Author: Bennie Hubbard
Published: October 10, 2011 at 7:57 pm

A study conducted by both Australian institutes and Umea University in Sweden, covers an estimated 129,000 mothers and 189,000 of their children, the study found that very overweight and obese mothers, had a 61 percent increased risk of exposing their children to asthma by the time they reach the ages of 8-10

"We found that there was a clear increased risk of childhood asthma, medication use and hospitalization with increasing degree of obesity and overweight in mothers in early pregnancy," said lead author Adrian Lowe from the Murdoch Children's Research Institute and University of Melbourne.

Lowe also went on to say: "Obese mothers had a 41 percent increase in the odds compared to normal weight mothers ... those who were a little overweight had 18 percent increased chance."
Lowe explained that maternal obesity increases the child's risk of obesity, which influences the infant's immune system and its responses toward allergies.

"The results suggest that campaigns to reduce obesity prior to conception may have a beneficial effect on childhood asthma," Lowe said.

This study was published in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology.


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Thursday, October 6, 2011

New Study says breast cancer screenings should take place at age 25

Article first published as Study Shows Twenty-five is Ideal Age for Breast Cancer Screening on Technorati.



Breast Cancer, Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Cancer, New study

Author: Bennie Hubbard
Published: October 06, 2011 at 10:01 pm

A new study published in the journal Cancer says that screenings should begin as early as possible, as young as age 25. Genetic mutations BRCA1 and BRCA2 are the focus of a potential problem that may occur later in life.

Daughters of women who took the synthetic estrogen drug DES are at a high risk factor for breast cancer, also even other cancers and problems, reported in the new study. In 1971 the DES drug was discontinued, the ones affected by the drug are at a risk of having up to 12 diseases, reported by the New English Journal of Medicine.

Andres Nugent a participant of the Miami seaquarium annual Breast Cancer Awareness Month observances, was quoted saying, "It's breathtaking. I mean there are no words to express this wonderful event that they provided for us here today. It's something I've wanted to do my entire life and just couldn't afford." Andrea described how incredible the event was and how much she enjoyed it, also pointed out it was something she wanted to do her entire life, "Be a participant at a Breast Cancer Event".


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Friday, September 30, 2011

Teenagers of Today Pressured to Sext to Fit in, Study Concluded

nudity, parents, research, sex, sex education, sext, sexting, teenagers

Article first published as Teenagers of today pressured to sext to fit in, study concluded on Technorati.

Author: Bennie Hubbard
Published: September 30, 2011 at 3:57 am

Teen are influenced and pressured to sext, sending explicit pictures of them selves through Text Messages and Picture Messages. Teens today are being pressured to conform to this new generation of explicit activity in an attempt of fitting in and even on a wider scale being persuaded by socialized media of today.

Melbourne University researcher Shelley Walker, interviewed 15 males and 19 females, between the ages of 15-20 to conduct a survey on sexting. All participants had similar stories to share on the topic of sexting. She gave vignettes of the lurid images the interviewees had described, including pictures of nudity and sex acts.

Given support by the federal health department, Shelley Walker said it highlighted the need for young people to have a greater say in how to respond to the phenomenon of sexting.

She said the study drew attention to the potentially pervasive nature of sexting.

The interviewees commented on the overwhelming influence of sexual nature of advertising and the sexual behaviour of adult role models, including those in music videos, where this kind of behavior is encouraged.

There was also an app that could be downloaded to your phone to encourage sexting, which although it promoted safe sex, "does highlight how potentially normalised this behavior has become"

She quoted a 16 year old boys concerns on the problem of sexting and feared it might be everywhere, the young boy said the problem of sexting hasn't been taken seriously.

Another speaker said candid early sex education would not only result in Australian teenagers having their first sexual experience later but also reduce unwanted pregnancies and sexually transmitted infections.

Researcher Alan McKee said the more relaxed and open approach to sex education in the Netherlands had delivered a significantly better result for young people, contradicting the grim warnings of child sexualisation voiced in Australia.
Professor McKee, who heads a sexuality development research project at Queensland University of Technology, said the campaign by those claiming early sex education prompts "sexualisation of children" was counterproductive and resulted in Australian teenagers having first sex, on average, 18 months earlier than Dutch teens.

He said there was a significantly more open and relaxed approach to discussion of sexuality by Dutch youth and their parents, where the average age of first sex relationships was 17½ compared with 16 in Australia.

The Netherlands also had a significantly lower rate of sexually transmitted infections and unwanted pregnancies among young people.

Professor McKee said early comprehensive sex education did not encourage early sex but did prevent ignorant sex.


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Tuesday, September 27, 2011

King Abdullah Gives Saudi Women the Right to Vote

Election, King Abdullah, Sauidi Arabia, Vote, Women

Author: Bennie Hubbard
Published: September 27, 2011 at 12:18 am

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Women in Saudi Arabia have welcomed the news they're to be given the right to vote and stand for election.

King Abdullah announced that the women of Saudi Arabia may finally have the right to vote in the elections of 2015 even though they have an election coming this Thursday.

This surprising announcement came in an annual speech before his advisory assembly, or Shura Council. It was made after he consulted with the nation's top religious clerics. He said he refused to marginalize women.

This is a huge leap forward on behalf of the Saudi women who can't currently travel or operate a vehicle without permission. This also gives them the power to become elected officials and take part in the nation's legislative and executive branches.

The King also stated that Saudi women would be appointed to the Shura Council, which was established in 1993 to offer counsel on general policies in the kingdom and to debate economic and social development plans and agreements signed between the kingdom with other nations. The Shura Council is currently headed by an assembly of all males.


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Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Mr. Nice Guy a Turn Off for Women, Study Finds

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Article first published as Mr. Nice Guy a Turn Off for Women, Study Finds on Technorati.

Author: Bennie Hubbard
Published: May 24, 2011 at 11:16 pm

No more Mr. Nice guy and bright smiles, For men who desire attraction from the opposite sex, according to a new study from the University of British Columbia. It showed that women find smug, gloomy "bad boys" more attractive than "nice guys."

This new study which was published in the journal Emotion revealed some of the different responses men and women give to certain emotions like happiness, pride and shame based on their sexual attraction or what they consider attractive.

It was once thought that smiling and being pleasant was essential when trying to make a good impression, but the study found that "men and women respond very differently to displays of emotion, including smiles," the author of the study Jessica Tracy, a professor of psychology at the university, said in a written statement.

To conduct the study, more than 1,000 adult participants were asked to rate the sexual attractiveness of hundreds of images of the opposite sex. The images showed people in displays of happiness and cheerfulness (bright smiles), pride (raised head, puffed-up chest), also sadness and shame (lowered head, averted eyes).

Who did the women go for? The study showed they favored guys who looked conceited or glum and depressed. But the guys were most sexually attracted to women who looked happy, and less attracted to those who appeared superior and confident.

Tracy and her co-author, graduate student Alec Beall, said women may have evolved to find proud guys attractive because pride implies status, competence and an ability to provide for a partner and offspring. furthermore previous research has associated smiling with a lack of dominance - which men seem to find attractive in a mate, but not the other way around.

Beall also pointed out in the statement that the people in the study weren't asked to evaluate men on the basis of whether they might make a good mate. "We wanted their gut reactions on carnal, sexual attraction," he said.


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