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Advice column question: “A Now-Famous Comedian Terrorized Me After I Rejected His Advances 20 Years Ago”

In Slate's latest Dear Prudence advice column, a woman writes in to ask if she should tell her husband that a famous comedian he admires (and for whose show he bought tickets for his wife and him to attend) treated her viciously 20 years ago:

“Jake” fell in love with me and reacted very angrily ...

How to manage anxiety and depression in 10 easy* steps

*not really

Anxiety and depression are deeply inter-related and both are among the most terrible things I have ever experienced.

This is in no way to say that they are worse than other things. It’s not a competition and one of the many terrible things anxiety and depression do is make you feel guilty about feeling bad ...

How to remember everything you read

Big Think asked Shane Parrish of Farnam Street to offer advice for getting the most out of a book. From the video (slightly edited for clarity):

Before you read a book, take a blank sheet of paper and write down what you know about that subject. You can mindmap it, or you can write ...

Career Advice for Auto Technicians

03.11.2019 · Posted in Writing and Speaking

Automotive technology is changing rapidly, becoming increasingly complex. If you’re a technician clinging to the status quo, you’re falling behind. It’s up to you to keep your knowledge current, your skills sharp and yourself marketable. Use the following tips to ensure you’re keeping pace with innovations in the automotive industry. 1. Job description: An automotive ...

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Choire Sicha, New York Times advice columnist

Internet funnyperson Choire "Awl" Sicha (previously) has a new gig: New York Times advice columnist; Sicha is not ******* around either: "The only circumstance in which you can ask this woman out is if she sends you a literal ink-on-paper invitation to do so, like, in calligraphy and maybe with a seal stamped ...

John Waters gives young people advice on how to break into the contemporary art world

There is a major retrospective of John Waters' visual art that's just opened in his hometown of Baltimore. It's called Indecent Exposure and it pulls pieces from his entire career. In this PBS NewsHour video, we get to see a glimpse of it guided by Waters himself. In the interview that follows, the ...

Exploring Simple stress cure Solutions

09.26.2012 · Posted in Health Care Articles

Breathing workout is among the popular cures for pressure. It counteracts the consequences of tension by permitting visitors to target and target. Additionally, it decreases a rapid heart rate set off by a fight-and-flight answer of the human body because of stress. ****** exercises are additionally solutions for tension. Throughout exercise, the human body emits ...