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Have you ever been so busy that you struggled to notice the needs of those around you? Even those most dear to you?

Even worse than being over-busy is being distracted by things with little or no value — like mindlessly surfing the web when your child wants to play.

Read more: https://medium.com/life-learning/there-s-more-than-enough-time-when-you-use-the-time-you-have-f9a3b3e50a4c#.wlm5t08ya

Despite the challenge of growing up in tough areas with few resources, thousands of inner city kids manage to excel academically. But even some students who seem to thrive early on run a significant risk of faltering on their quest for college degrees or the elite jobs they once envisioned. So what’s the deciding factor behind kids who meet their potential and those who wind up falling short?

Read more: http://www.theatlantic.com/business/archive/2016/04/kids-poverty-baltimore/476808/

If your partner is an introvert, you’ve probably noticed that their idea of a good time is a bit different than yours. While you – as an extrovert – more often prefer a party, your partner would usually rather stay home for quiet evening as a couple. You are energized by social activities; your partner, on the other hand, is energized by time spent alone. To keep this difference from leading to misunderstandings, it’s a good idea to understand how introverts see the world.

 

Read more: http://blogs.webmd.com/art-of-relationships/2016/03/introverted-partner-5-things-to-know.html?ecd=wnl_sxr_040916&ctr=wnl-sxr-040916_nsl-promo-2_title&mb=K2VcbkxhrhREAZ5zC2UpheHnVev1imbCHYS8QQY8uqo%3d

We’ve all heard apologies that made us question the sincerity of the person who is supposed to be saying “I’m sorry.” What makes an apology resonate as truly heartfelt? Six important ingredients, a new study suggests.

Read more: http://www.today.com/health/six-components-perfect-apology-t86211?cid=eml_tes_20160413

If your partner is an introvert, you’ve probably noticed that their idea of a good time is a bit different than yours. While you – as an extrovert – more often prefer a party, your partner would usually rather stay home for quiet evening as a couple. You are energized by social activities; your partner, on the other hand, is energized by time spent alone. To keep this difference from leading to misunderstandings, it’s a good idea to understand how introverts see the world.

Read more: http://blogs.webmd.com/art-of-relationships/2016/03/introverted-partner-5-things-to-know.html?ecd=wnl_emw_041316&ctr=wnl-emw-041316_nsl-promo-1_title&mb=K2VcbkxhrhREAZ5zC2UpheHnVev1imbCHYS8QQY8uqo%3d

Parents say their teenage daughters have higher levels of stress than their teen sons, citing causes such as college prep tests and poor body image, a WebMD survey shows.

Read more: http://www.webmd.com/news/breaking-news/teen-stress/20160414/teen-stress-survey?ecd=wnl_spr_041416&ctr=wnl-spr-041416_nsl-promo-1_title&mb=K2VcbkxhrhREAZ5zC2UpheHnVev1imbCHYS8QQY8uqo%3d