Posts Tagged psychology
The men who give presents really exist. Another matter is the presents they give and what do they imply by giving them. The most extreme case is the man who gives you money as a present. Perhaps he is just bored to run through all the shops and malls to search for the finest silk scarf of the complicated shade of greyish blue which would match your eye color. E just puts the money in the envelope and gives it to you. The sum of this money also matters. An envelope with 10 USD inside given as a present can be considered to be a sheer mockery. Yes, it’s quite possible to mock a person out with the presents you give him or her. For example my friend used to sneer her mother-in-law by giving her finely decorated boxes with air fresheners or lipsticks of awful colors.
It seems that something delirious is going on at the stage. One of the performers is whirling and jumping, another one is frozen in the non-natural pose, the third one is scratching his legs and making faces. The rules and the poses alternate. All that looks like madness. But several minutes pass and the elements of this mixture of motions and movements begin to remind you something familiar. That is the moment when you understand that it is more interesting than just well-organized and beautiful performance. There is the idea and the life energy in it.
The term tween refers to the youngsters who are between 8 and 12 years old. This period is also described as the time when a kid (usually female) is too old for toys, but too young for relationships. This time might be quite difficult for the kids. Especially when it concerns social and psychological issues. They want to be teens but they are kids who are not accepted too seriously by others. Well, of course childhood is wonderful time. But by saying difficult time I try to point out some psychological and social issues. It might be more difficult if a kid of this age suffers from obesity. Well, obesity at any age is not good. But for tweens it might be unbearable experience.