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How To: Do Beyoncé's runny "Why Don't You Love Me?" eye look

In her music video for "Why Don't You Love Me?" Beyoncé plays a stereotypical '50s housewife dressed up in hourglass shaped skirts and dresses. While the bootylicious diva looks pretty and dainty, she also hates the life she's living. That's why, in one scene, she calls her lover in tears, her dark gray smokey eye makeup running down her cheeks while she smokes a cigarette.

How To: Use anchoring to gain instant self confidence

Tim Brownson talks about how to tap into self-confidence during this video. This technique is called anchoring. An anchor is an idea or event that links to another event that is usually not related in some way but provides some kind of reminder of an emotion. This can also be called a conditional response. Tim gives a lot of real examples of anchors and conditional responses. First start by calming down as much as possible. Then think of some activity that you are confident you can do, and th...

How To: Teach kids not to hurt others

In this tutorial, we learn how to teach kids not to hurt others. Tell them if someone were to hurt them or hit them, that would be hurting them on the outside. Tell that that it is not kind to do this sort of thing. Tell them that if someone says something not nice about them, that hurts you on the inside. This hurts their feelings and that is not nice. Let them know to say sorry for hurting someone's feelings or physically hurting them. Make sure the other person says that they forgive them,...

How To: Break up with a man who loves you

Dan and Jennifer discuss the best way to break up with a man who loves you. First of all, do it sooner rather than later. Most importantly, be honest about your feelings and how the relationship isn’t working for you. If you make it seem like it is his fault, it will only make it that much harder. Be sure he understands that he did nothing wrong, otherwise he will try to fix it. He needs to understand that it is about you and your feelings. Let him know that you enjoyed the time you had tog...

How To: Read into mixed signals from a guy

Flirting can be a scary, confusing world if you're not prepared. Everybody has their own way of communicating their feelings and more often than not, it's not all black and white. Being able to read into those shades of gray can make it much easier to tell when you're being flirted with and when he's so done with you. This video will show you to read mixed signals from a guy.

How To: Detect the symptoms of postpartum depression

It's not unusual to feel a little down after giving birth. You've been through a major life event, and your mind and body are recovering. Postpartum depression is more serious than the typical “baby blues” that can occur after childbirth. Learn how to identify this condition so you can treat it and spend more time enjoying your baby.

How To: Deal with a needy neighbor

You're a nice person, and you want to be friendly with your neighbors. But some people will use that niceness to take advantage of you. Find that fine line between being firm and being rude to deal with your neighborly nuisance.

How To: Use positive imprinting to train a pet exotic bird

Parrot Trainer Chet Wombach shows how to use 'positive imprinting' to get rid of negative feelings towards objects, people, or things. Exotic birds may not immediately adapt to a domestic situation and may find household life unnecessarily threatening or stressful. Watch this video training tutorial and learn how to use the technique of positive imprinting to better acclimate a pet parrot, cockatiel, Macaw, or any exotic bird into the household environment and to be a happier, healthier, and ...

How To: Tell if a guy likes you

Girls are complicated, yes, but guys are sometimes just flat out impossible to read since they don't exactly like discussing stuff like feelings. So if you have a guy friend or acquaintance with whom you'd like to take it to the next level with, check out this dating advice video to see if he's into you!

How To: Cope with empty nest syndrome

Not sure what to do now that your kids are gone? Is the house feeling eerily quiet and empty? Check out this video and grab a few tips on how to turn 'empty nest syndrome' into an opportunity for some precious 'me time'. In no time at all, you will be adjusting into your new life without the kids around.

How To: Save your marriage through better communication

One of the first examples shown which will help save your marriage through better communication involves keeping a positive attitude. Feelings are brought up as a very important subject to bring up with your significant other to communicate proficiently. Giving your self time to plan out how you need to engage your partner is a very important aspect to communication. Always starting and ending conversations in marriage with a positive attitude is shown to always bring positive communication. ...

How To: Deal with overwhelming anxiety & depression

In this tutorial, we learn how to deal with overwhelming anxiety and depression. Most people go through anxiety in their life, but just don't know how to deal with it properly, which is when it leads to depression. If you aren't the type of person to get diagnosed with prescription drugs, there are ways to deal with it on your own. A great way to help is to have a friend or someone that you can talk to, including maybe even a clinical psychologist. Another thing that helps is to write. You ca...

How To: Answer the "What is your biggest failure?" question

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to answer the question, "What is your biggest failure?" When answering this question, be honest and don't lie. Sharing your feelings will show that you care about work. Your reaction may indicate your response to any future problems. Always indicate if you turned that failure into a success. A strong ending to your answer should express that you learned from your mistake. This video will benefit those viewers who are looking for a job, and would like ...

How To: Deal w/ passive aggressive behavior in a relationship

Dan and Jennifer tell us how to deal with passive aggressive behavior with relationships in this video. Being passive aggressive is not really being open with what your feelings are, this ends up ruining the relationship. This will create a growing distance between people, because they won't have a way to talk about it. To get rid of this behavior, recognize that you have a problem. Then, recognize that you are feeling angry. Own your anger and then come up with ways to talk to your partner w...

How To: Approach relationships after a break-up or divorce

Dan and Jennifer have lots of advice on love, marriage, and relationships. In this video we are given words of wisdom on how soon is TOO soon to approach a new relationship after a divorce. By being read a listener's own letter, you may find the scenario to mirror your own life. We learn that our feelings should be allowed to be felt when they arise, and that it is never to soon to feel love again. After a divorce, you should allow yourself to enjoy meeting new people and live up the moment. ...

How To: Trust him being friends with an ex

Dan and Jennifer help people with relationship issues. In this video segment, Dan and Jennifer were helping a woman from Germany. She was having issues with her boyfriend having a relationship with his ex. Dan and Jennifer told her that she needed to truly focus on the issue. She stated that her boyfriend was going behind her back by sending his ex-girlfriend her favorite magazine online every week. Dan and Jennifer told her that she needs to really think about if he is really sneaking behind...

How To: Treat anxiety disorders with Zoloft

Zoloft is an often prescribed by psychiatrists and it takes about two weeks for it to really take effect. Along with Zoloft there are a lot of techniques that can be used as well, including breathing, exercising, eating well, and sleeping well. In addition to those things a persons thoughts have to be taken into consideration because anxiety is caused from thoughts and perceptions. How we think about things is very important in dealing with anxiety. Trying to understand and change those thoug...

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