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Shoplifters, robbers and thieves have some kind of psychological problems on top of being so desperate with money. It is surprising to know that stealing can be prevented with some psychology tactics. The good thing is, the tips discussed here are for everybody. Read this:
Psychology can help you deal with many of the life situations you face in a better way. Psychology can help you in preventing your stuff from being stolen and can make it less likely for you to get robbed.
Many people rich or poor can sometimes go through financial trying times and can easily be provoked by the hardship in life to steal. You too can stop this circumstance and prevent yourself from being a victim. Like in your own household, be there to extend help to your helpers, workers or anybody who works for you. Let them know from the start that you are willing as much as you can to help – if only they let you know. This is a noble thing to do for as long as they don’t abuse it. Take care of your people and they will take care of you!
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Knowing that November is a rainy month, I was already speculating a combination of indoor and outdoor party for our upcoming Princess Party for my grand daughter’s birthday. Little do I know that a strong typhoon might threaten the said party. Glad to read this article for some more ideas and precautionary measures:
However, since we started preparing since a month ago, the only problem I saw is the fighting spirit of the invited guests – to still make it to the party or not. So, I gathered at least 15 kids in the neighborhood and got confirmations from their parents to attend despite the typhoon. Good thing, they are only steps away from the house. Never get discouraged with bad weather. The important thing is to be able to gather people who care and make the birthday girl happy!
Due to to recent disasters that the Philippines went through like the earthquake of Bohol and Cebu, the government sector in charge of calamity preparedness already made their plans known for the expected coming of typhoon Yolanda to the Eastern Visayas region. Read this news in full:
Immediate evacuation is needed for landslide-prone areas above all. I hope this time, people will see the advantage of preparing for the worst things to happen – rather than just wait and see. Remember that even if you are ready to go, the ones left behind will not have peace of mind knowing that someone, few or many were buried alive.
I heard over the radio that the most awaited interrogation of Janet Lim Napoles, a Filipino businesswoman who allegedly masterminded the 100 billion pork barrel scam happened just recently – and the outspoken Senator, Miriam Defensor Santiago, has done her best to squeeze Napoles out for some juices but she continually invoked her right to self incrimination by keeping mum about the allegations. Should she confess? Read this blog:
Now I understand why she went to the trial without a lawyer. This is some sort of strategy to delay or even avoid the process. Nevertheless, she can’t still sleep at night and her fluctuating heart beat and blood pressure continue. Is this not enough torture? Maybe not for splurging the money owned by the impoverished Filipino tax payers – but what can we expect to come out from this? Any views?