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There are toilet-paper tiffs, thermostat scuffles, ongoing debates over money, sex and the television remote. And then there are the laundry wars."My husband has this thing with laundry that drives me nuts," says Amelia Zatik-Sawyer, a 28-year-old mother of two in Cleveland."He's supposed to wash and I'm supposed to fold, but he does like 10 loads at a time and then dumps it all on the bed. With two little kids, I don't have time to fold 10 loads all at once, so I'll leave it. And then he'll come home and throw it into the closet so he can get into bed. And then it just spirals out of control from there."For many couples, spats are a necessary evil, something to endure or avoid (for the sake of the kids!). But new research at the University of Michigan shows that hashing out marital disagreements is actually good for your health. It's squelching anger, especially when you feel you've been wronged, that's dangerous.A study published in January followed 192 married couples in Michigan from 1971 to 1988 and found that those who kept their anger in when unfairly attacked did not live as long as those who expressed their anger, says lead study author Ernest Harburg, Ph.D., an emeritus research scientist at the University of Michigan's School of Public Health and psychology department."We're all interested in longevity," says Harburg, who's studied the health effects of spousal sparring for over 30 years. "We watch our diet, we exercise. Now we need to add 'express anger constructively' to that list."Women in particular may put their health at risk by holding back during arguments with their spouse, a 10-year study of 4,000 men and women from Framingham, Massachusetts, found. "Women who 'self-silenced' during conflict with their spouse, compared with women who did not, had four times the risk of dying, " according to findings published in 2007 in the journal "Psychosomatic Medicine."But high schools don't offer Squabbling 101. So what are the nuts and bolts of a healthy fight?Express YourselfHarburg says the first step is to let the person know you're mad -- the sooner, the better."You can either express your anger directly or you can say, 'That makes me angry, but I don't want to talk about it now; let's discuss it later'," he says. "But in order to solve the problem, you need to first express your emotions."For some, even acknowledging a problem can be a problem.Eunice Verstegen of Seattle, a program manager for a large county agency, says her upbringing in Wisconsin prevented her from voicing her true feelings with her first husband, who was her polar opposite politically, emotionally and even gastronomically."I was taught to be nice and to keep my feelings buried," she says. "And as a result, I was silently miserable. But with my second husband, if something bothers me, I don't let it simmer. I speak right up."Don't pout, let it outOthers let their actions do the talking."When I'm mad about something, I'll do the heavy sighing thing or toss the silverware as I unload the dishwasher, which drives my husband nuts," says Jackie Papandrew, 44, a syndicated columnist from Largo, Florida. "To him, the silent treatment is the worst thing in the world. He'll pester me and pester me until I finally blow up or laugh."Papandrew admits she's also gone the passive-aggressive route, like the time she hid the remote because she was angry her husband watched so much TV -- and forgot where she hid it."If pouting leads to talking about the issue, then you're ahead of the game," says Harburg. "But passive-aggressive behavior doesn't work. It doesn't solve the problem. The best thing is if you can establish some kind of ritual, like regularly sitting down at a table to talk about your issues."Communication and compromiseLaundry warrior Zatik-Sawyer uses a digital version of the kitchen-table confessional."My blog has become my therapy," she says. "When I have issues, I'll write a blog post and my husband will it at work. And then he'll come home and we'll talk about the problem and solve it. If we have issues, they never really last longer than a couple of hours."Harburg says both partners have to be willing to listen and work toward a compromise; otherwise it's a no-go."If you get into a zone where someone's impeding the discussion, then you can't solve the problem," he says. "Fear, intimidation, dirty looks, belittling remarks -- that's over the line. But if you can listen to each other, and hear what the other person is feeling and thinking, then you can reach a compromise: 'OK, I won't do this if you won't do that.'"One final tip: Keep your sense of humor."Years ago, my husband and I were having a big spat, really yelling at each other," says Verstegen. "I screamed at him, 'You're so selfish!' There was this long silence and then he said, 'Did you just call me a shellfish?' I started laughing and that was the end of the fight." /200812/59934

Spider-hunting nudist ends with burnsA funnel-web spider rears up on its hind legs at the Australian Reptile Park at Gosford in a 2001 file photo.An Australian nudist who tried to set fire to what he thought was a deadly funnel web spider's nest ended up with badly burned buttocks, emergency officials said Monday.The 56-year-old man was at a nudist colony near Bowral, about 60 miles southwest of Sydney, Sunday when he spotted what he believed to be a funnel web spider hole.Ambulance workers, including a helicopter crew, were called to the scene after the man poured petrol down the hole and then lit a match in an attempt to kill the offending arachnid."The exploding gasoline fumes left the man with burns to 18 percent of his body, on the upper leg and buttocks ," the NRMA Careflight helicopter rescue service said in a statement.It said the man's lack of clothing probably contributed to the extent of his burns."The fate of the bunkered spider was unknown, although other guests at the resort thought it was probably a harmless trapdoor spider and not a deadly funnel web," the statement said.NRMA Careflight said it was called to a property in the same area in January when another man kicked a spider that was crawling up the wall of a friend's cabin. The man broke his leg in two places. 本周一,据澳大利亚处理突发事件的官员介绍,一位裸体主义者试图放火烧一只致命漏斗网蜘蛛的窝,结果自己的臀部被严重烧伤。周日,这名56岁的男子在位于悉尼西南60英里Bowral小镇附近的一个裸体主义者居住区内发现了一个蜘蛛洞,他认为那是一只漏斗网蜘蛛的洞。他将汽油浇到洞里,然后点了根火柴,试图将这只不怀好意的蜘蛛烧死。之后,救护人员被召集到出事现场,其中包括一直升机救护队。NRMA Careflight直升机救护队在事故报告中提到:“汽油燃烧产生的气体引起爆炸,造成这名男子全身18%的面积烧伤,烧伤部位集中在胳膊上半部分和臀部。”报告说,可能是他身上没穿什么衣,致使了较大面积的烧伤。报告中说:“那只受困蜘蛛的命运目前还不清楚,来此处游玩的其他游客认为那可能只是一只没有什么害处的隐身蜘蛛,并不是漏斗网蛛。”NRMA Careflight救援机队说,一月份,他们曾受命赶到这里的一间住所,当时的情况是,一名男子在他朋友房间用脚踢一只在墙上爬行的蜘蛛,结果他的腿两处断裂。 Vocabulary:nudist : 裸体主义者burn : 烧伤;灼伤(如:burns on the handlt;手部的烧伤gt;)buttocks : 臀部be bunkered : 陷入难以摆脱的困境 /200808/46204

Discipline is freedom. You may disagree with this statement, and if you do you are certainly not alone. For many people discipline is a dirty word that is equated with the absence of freedom. In fact the opposite is true. As Stephen R. Covey once wrote, “the undisciplined are slaves to moods, appetites and passions”. And in the longer term, the undisciplined lack the freedom that comes with possessing particular skills and abilities – e.g. to play a musical instrument or speak a foreign language.自律就是自由。你有可能质疑这句话,也有人相信这句话。对很多人而言,自律是一个贬义词,因为它意味着自由的丧失。事实上,只有自律的人才能拥有真正的自由。Self-discipline involves acting according to what you think instead of how you feel in the moment. Often it involves sacrificing the pleasure and thrill of the moment for what matters most in life. 自律要求我们按照自己计划行事,而不是根着冲动走,当然这也要求我们为了人生最重要的事去放弃眼前的小利。If you struggle with self-discipline, the good news is that it can be developed. For example, it is only in the past two years that I have trained myself to wake early. The following are what I have found to be the five traits of self-discipline:如果你正在为如何成为一名自律的人儿烦恼,那么请放心,它是可以培养的。1. Self-KnowledgeDiscipline means behaving according to what you have decided is best, regardless of how you feel in the moment. Therefore the first trait of discipline is self-knowledge. You need to decide what behavior best reflects your goals and values. This process requires introspection and self-analysis, and is most effective when tied to written expression. I highly recommend taking the time to write out your goals, dreams and ambitions. Even better, write out a personal mission statement. I found that writing such a statement gave me a greater understanding of who I am, what I am about and what I value. Dr. Covey has an excellent Mission Statement Builder on his site.自我认识自律就是意味着你去根据自己最好的打算行事,因此第一个前提就是要很好地认识自己。你要清楚地知道怎样去做有利于你的目标和理想的实现。我建议大家去把自己的目标,理想和追求写下来。最好能有自己的一个座右铭。这样你就能更清楚地认识自己。 /200912/91000The Lantern Festival falls on the 15th day of the 1st lunarmonth, usually in February or March in the Gregorian calendar. As early as the Western Han Dynasty (206 -AD 25), it had become a festival with great significance.元宵节是在阴历的元月15号,通常在阳历的二月或者三月。早在西汉时期(公元前206年-公元25年)元宵节就已经成为具有重要意义的节日。This day#39;s important activity is watching lanterns. Throughout the Han Dynasty (206 -AD 220), Buddhism flourished in China. One emperor heard that Buddhist monks would watch sarira, or remains from the cremation of Buddha#39;s body, and light lanterns to worship Buddha on the 15th day of the 1st lunar month, so he ordered to light lanterns in the imperial palace and temples to show respect to Buddha on this day. Later, the Buddhist rite developed into a grandfestival among common people and its influence expanded from the Central Plains to the whole of China.这一天重要的活动就是看灯啦。早在公元前206年至公元220年的汉代,佛教就在中国盛行。有一位帝王听说僧侣可以看到舍利,也就是佛被火化后留存在体内的东西,在阴历的正月十五这一天点灯敬拜佛祖,于是这位帝王就命令这一天在他的宫殿和庙宇里点灯以表现他对佛祖的尊敬。此后,这项佛教仪式发展成为普通民众的盛大节日,它的影响力从中原地区一直蔓延到整个中国。Till today, the lantern festival is still held each year around the country. Lanterns of various shapes and sizes are hung in the streets, attracting countless visitors. Children will hold self-made or bought lanterns to stroll with on the streets, extremely excited.直到今天,全国上下每年都会过元宵节。不同形状和大小的灯笼会悬挂在街上,吸引无数的游人。孩子们会拿着自制的或买来的灯笼在街上闲逛,十分开心。;Guessing lantern riddles;is an essential part of the Festival. Lantern owners write riddleson a piece of paper and post them on the lanterns. If visitors have solutions to the riddles, they can pull the paper out and go to the lantern owners to check their answer. If they are right, they will get a little gift. The activity emerged during people#39;s enjoyment of lanterns in the Song Dynasty (960-1279). As riddle guessing is interesting and full of wisdom, it has become popular among all social strata. ;猜灯谜;是节日的核心部分。灯笼的主人会将谜语写在一张纸条上并贴在灯笼上。如果游客能解开灯谜,他们就能将纸条拿下来去灯笼的主人那看是否正确。如果是对的,他们将会得到一份小礼物。这项活动最早在宋朝(公元960-1279)出现,当人们在赏灯的时候开始。由于猜灯谜极具趣味性,又需要动脑筋,所以后来在全社会各阶层中收到普遍欢迎。People will eat yuanxiao, or rice dumplings, on this day, so it is also called the ;Yuanxiao Festival.;Yuanxiao also has another name, tangyuan. It is small dumpling balls made of glutinousrice flour with rose petals, sesame, bean paste, jujube paste, walnut meat, dried fruit, sugar and edible oil as filling. Tangyuan can be boiled, fried or steamed. It tastes sweet and delicious. What#39;s more, tangyuan in Chinese has a similar pronunciation with ;tuanyuan;, meaning reunion. So people eat them to denote union, harmony and happiness for the family.人们在元宵节的时候会吃元宵,因此这个节日也就叫做元宵节。;元宵;还有另外一个名字;汤圆,用糯米粉做皮,玫瑰花瓣、芝麻、豆酱、枣泥、胡桃肉、干果、糖和食用油做馅,做成的小面球团。汤圆可以煮、炸或者蒸来吃。吃起来甜甜的,很美味。而且,汤圆在中国和;团圆;这个词的发音相似,代表着团团圆圆。因此人们吃汤圆会象征着家庭的团圆、和谐和快乐。In the daytime of the Festival, performances such as a dragon lantern dance, a lion dance, a land boat dance, a yangge dance, walking on stilts and beating drums while dancing will be staged. On the night, except for magnificent lanterns, fireworks form a beautiful scene. Most families spare some fireworks from the Spring Festival and let them off in the Lantern Festival. Some local governments will even organize a fireworks party. On the night when the first full moon enters the New Year, people become really intoxicated by the imposing fireworks and bright moon in the sky.在元宵节的白天里,会有很多表演节目,例如,舞龙灯、舞狮、采莲船、扭秧歌、踩高跷和打鼓。到了晚上,除了华丽的灯笼,烟火也是另一道美丽的风景。很多家庭从春节开始就在放烟火,并且延续到了元宵节。一些本地政府还会组织烟火晚会。在晚上,当新年的第一轮满月出来后,人们就会被天空中华丽的烟火和明月所陶醉。 /201202/170103

Whether you are trying to impress that special someone on your first date, or you're just trying to look (and smell) more pleasant when you leave for the office or the local pub, proper grooming is crucial for making a good impression. If you're in the dark about proper grooming habits, like a lot of guys out there, you have nothing to fear. Just this list of 10 essential grooming tips for men to help you look more polished and presentable, while still having a masculine appearance: 无论你想让自己在与心爱之人的第一次约会上给她留下深刻影响,或是只想让自己去咖啡馆或酒吧时看起来(或闻起来)更好一些,合适的装扮都决定着你在别人眼中的印象。如果你像许多人一样仍对如何正确装扮一头雾水,那你不必害怕。只要阅读下面10条建议,便可让你更加亮眼漂亮,而不失男子气。1. Trim Nose Hairs 修剪你的鼻毛 Protruding nose hairs are never, ever acceptable. They cannot be used to enhance appearance, and are just flat-out unsightly. Invest in a pair of nose hairs trimmers or tweezers and make sure you always keep those puppies where they should be - in your nose! Specialized nose clippers are also available for that quick, nose hair trim. 突出的鼻毛永远是不可容忍的。它们无法提高外观,却只能让你变得无比难看。买一副鼻毛修剪器或者小镊子可以确保让你的“小宠物”呆在属于它自己的地方——你的鼻子里。专业的鼻毛修剪器更是可以快速修剪。2. Take Care of Your Eyebrows 注意你的眉毛 Eyebrow maintenance is not restricted to women only. While you want to avoid thin, feminine eyebrows, you do want to keep them somewhat cleaned and polished. Consider a little plucking and trimming to keep them inline and straight while keeping them full and masculine. And in case you were wondering, they're called "eyebrows," not "eyebrow." Always make sure there are two of them before heading out, not just one. 修眉可不仅限于女性。如果你想避免又细有娘的眉毛,而又想保持积分干净和优美。那么考虑下稍微拔蚀并修剪,以保持它们呈线形而又挺直,同时不失饱满和男子气概。如果你感到奇怪,那是因为眉毛有两条,请确保两条都修饰到了,不要厚此薄彼。3. Take Care of Your Lips 注意你的嘴唇 While most men feel awkward when it comes to applying anything to their lips, they need to remember: lip balm is not lipstick. Preventing chapped lips is important for proper grooming and will help prevent your lips from crusting and bleeding. If you're afraid it will make you look too feminine, just avoid the glittery and ultra-glossy variety. 当大多数男人需要做到唇部的表情时,他们总是很尴尬的,他们需要记住:唇膏不是口红。防止嘴唇干裂对于合理的装扮来是是非常重要的,它能防止你的嘴唇结硬皮或流血。如果你害怕那会让你看上去很娘,那就避免闪光类和极端光泽类的唇膏。4. Groom Your Ears 装扮你的耳朵 Men often overlook their ears during their regular grooming session. Ear hairs, ear wax, dry skin and build-up in and around the ears should all be taken care of as a part of your grooming regimen. Pay special attention to your ears right after having your hair cut because there will definitely be unsightly hair trimmings inside and around your ears that your barber is likely to miss. 男人们在日常装扮中经常会忽视掉耳朵。在装扮准则中,耳毛、耳垢、干皮以及耳朵边缘的沉积物必须要注意。尤其在理发后更是应当注意你的耳朵,因为由于你理发师的忽略,肯定会有不雅的头发屑在里面或在周围。5. Brush and Floss Regularly 定期刷牙并用洁牙线剔牙 Most men know that brushing their teeth is important. The problem is, many are guilty of not knowing how to brush properly. And flossing? Flossing is probably skipped by the majority of men out there. Just remember that the plaque between your teeth can cause bad breath as well. 很多人都知道刷牙很重要。但问题是,很多人不知道如何正确刷牙。至于牙线,更是被很多人忽视。一定要记住牙之间的蚀斑也能引起口臭。 /201109/155601Living happily ever after needn't only be for fairy tales. Australian researchers have identified what it takes to keep a couple together, and it's a lot more than just being in love.“从此他们幸福地生活在一起”,并不是只有童话故事里才有这样的情景。澳大利亚研究人员近日找到了夫妻白头到老所需的要素,而相爱仅仅是其中的一部分而已。A couple's age, previous relationships and even whether they smoke or not are factors that influence whether their marriage is going to last, according to a study by researchers from the Australian National University.澳大利亚国立大学研究人员的最新研究表明,夫妻的年龄、情史、甚至是否吸烟,都会影响婚姻能否长久。The study, entitled "What's Love Got to Do With It", tracked nearly 2,500 couples--married or living together--from 2001 to 2007 to identify factors associated with those who remained together compared with those who divorced or separated.这项名为“爱情的作用究竟有多大”的研究在2001年到2007年间,跟踪记录了近2500对夫妻或同居伴侣的生活,试图找到影响夫妻分分合合的因素。It found that a husband who is nine or more years older than his wife is twice as likely to get divorced, as are husbands who get married before they turn 25.结果表明,如果丈夫比妻子年龄大九岁及以上,或者结婚时男方不到25岁,离婚的机率会翻番。Children also influence the longevity of a marriage or relationship, with one-fifth of couples who have kids before marriage--either from a previous relationship or in the same relationship--having separated compared to just nine percent of couples without children born before marriage.孩子也会对婚姻或伴侣关系的长久有影响。婚前就有孩子(不管是他们自己的,还是前次婚姻留下来的)的夫妻,有1/5最终都分开了,而婚前没有孩子的夫妻中只有9%最终离异。Women who want children much more than their partners are also more likely to get a divorce.如果女方比男方更想要小孩,婚姻解体的可能性也很大。A couple's parents also have a role to play in their own relationship, with the study showing some 16 percent of men and women whose parents ever separated or divorced experienced marital separation themselves compared to 10 percent for those whose parents did not separate.双方父母也会影响婚姻关系。研究显示,父母曾分居或离婚的夫妻中,约有16%的人婚姻以失败告终,而如果父母没有经历过这些,孩子离婚的机率只有10%。Also, partners who are on their second or third marriage are 90 percent more likely to separate than spouses who are both in their first marriage.另外,二婚或三婚夫妻的离婚机率比初婚高出90%。Not surprisingly, money also plays a role, with up to 16 percent of respondents who indicated they were poor or where the husband - not the wife--was unemployed saying they had separated, compared with only nine percent of couples with healthy finances.经济状况当然也会影响到婚姻关系。16%自称经济窘迫或者丈夫(而不是妻子)失业的受访者称已分居,而在经济状况较好的伴侣当中,这一比例仅为9%。And couples where one partner smokes and the other doesn't, are also more likely to have a relationship that ends in failure.仅有一方吸烟的伴侣,最终分手的机率也较大。Factors found to not significantly affect separation risk included the number and age of children born to a married couple, the wife's employment status and the number of years the couple had been employed.对婚姻维系危害不大的因素包括:子女的数量和年龄、妻子的就业状况以及双方工作时间长短。 /200907/79258

Looking for a companion A bachelor asked the computer to find him the perfect mate: ' I want a companion who is small and cute, loves water sports and enjoys group activities. "  Back came the answer: "Marry a penguin. " 寻找伴侣  一个单身汉要电脑为他找个完美的伴侣:“我要找一个娇小可爱的、喜爱水上运动又喜欢群体活动的伴侣。”  回答是:“娶一只企鹅吧。” /201107/144130一年一度的光棍节马上就要来临啦,你准备好了吗?今年是2011年,又多了两根小棍子,号称史上最牛光棍节——“神棍节”。而神奇的是,搜索“光棍节”,你会发现中国是唯一一个庆祝“单身”的国家。 Singles' Day was first celebrated at various universities in Nanjing, capital city of Jiangsu Province during the 1990s. It got the name Singles' Day because the date consists of four "ones". Each one symbolizes an individual who is standing alone. 光棍节发源于90年代的江苏省会南京的各所大学,光棍节定于11月11日是由于这一天的日期由四个“一”组成。每个“一”都暗示了一个单身的人。 These college students have since graduated, and carried their university tradition into society. Singles Day is now a special day for all fashionable youths. 这批大学生毕业后就把学校的传统带到了社会中,自此光棍节流行于潮男潮女年轻人中间。 The main way to celebrate Singles Day is to have dinner with your single friends, but it's important that each person pay their own way to show their independence. People also hold "blind date" parties in an attempt to bid goodbye to their single lives. 庆祝光棍节的常见的方式是朋友聚会,也有些人会在这天举办相亲聚会,以借机告别单身生活。但不管怎样,最重要的是在这一天秀出自己的独立个性。 For breakfast on Singles' Day, singles often eat four deep-fried dough sticks representing the four "ones" in "11.11" and one steamed stuffed bun representing the middle dot. 广大单身男女早餐通常会吃四根油条和一个包子来纪念这一特殊日子。 Some singles also choose to say goodbye to their single lives on this day: many attend "blind date" parties and many people choose to marry on this day. In addition to meaning "single", the four "nes" of the date can also mean "only one" as in "the only one for me". Some people will use this date and this meaning to tell their special someone that they are the only "one" in their heart. 而很多人选择在这天告别单身生活。有的人在这天参加相亲聚会;有的选择在这天结婚,因为四个“一”同样代表着“你是我的唯一”;还有的会在这天来一个“真情流露”。 Here's one way a lady can get married without becoming a couple. Marry herself. That's what a young Taiwan woman has done in 2010. She's getting plenty of letters of support, too, from other women who don't want to get married to someone they don't like just because their parents are pressuring them. 现在还有一种新方法告别单身,没有新郎也能结婚——和自己结婚。2010年,一位台湾女士就这么干了。而这一举动受到了许多女性朋友的来信持,她们不想和不爱的人结婚却饱受家人逼婚之苦。 现在,单身节不仅仅是单身人群显示自立自强的日子,也是情侣们真心告白的好时机,不管是不是单身,都要把这天过得精~ So, what is your plan for the Singles' Day? /201111/159991

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