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Stefanie Knight Is On Her Way To Maxim’s No. 1 Spot

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Stefanie Knight is currently 9th in the Maxim Finest women poll. Thanks to her curves and 1.1 million fans that can’t get enough of the U.K. import. A portion of the proceeds go to help build homes for the Wounded Warriors.

Yours truly, but not really yours. @kvn.mrtn

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Morning 🥀

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Easy come Easy go @kvn.mrtn

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Runaway @kvn.mrtn

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Rain down on me 💦 @drew.bey

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Why You Shouldn’t Look Her In The Eyes During A Fight

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You want your girlfriend to stop being pissed at you? The easiest way is to listen. That easy to say and hard to do sometimes. The reason why is that we focus in on her body language. You read the frown, watch the arms fold, and you make a quick assessment of what can be coming without listening.

The next time you get in argument with her maybe you should not look at her directly according to a new study published in the journal American Psychologist.

In the study, researchers conducted five different experiments involving more than 1,800 people across the U.S. In the experiments, people were asked to interact with each other under a variety of circumstances: In some cases, they were only able to listen and not look; in others, they were able to look but not listen; and some participants were able to both look and listen.

The results? Those who listened without observing were most likely to correctly identify other people’s emotions.

“Many tests of emotional intelligence rely on accurate perceptions of faces,” says Michael Kraus, Ph.D., lead author on the study. “What we find here is that perhaps people are paying too much attention to the face—the voice might have much of the content necessary to perceive others’ internal states accurately.”

So if you want to reduce the amount of stress on both of you, try looking gazing away for a bit.
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Stephy’s Stunning Late Night

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There are a lot of amazing views you can get from standing on the roof top at night. Nothing maybe better than Stephy lounging and enjoying the sites.

"IF YOU COME INTO "FAME" NOT UNDERSTANDING WHO YOU ARE, IT WILL DEFINE WHO YOU ARE" 💎

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"and since I made it here I can make it anywhere, yeah, they love me everywhere" 🗽

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Cinnamon apple 🍎 🗽 📸 @brooily Makeup 💄 @ruemendez Outfit @otcdresses hair by @hairbyroxan

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LOVE LANGUAGE 🖤

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Stress Is Ruining Your Relationship

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Everyone feels stress on daily basis. EVERYONE. Rather is internal or external. From the daily grind of work, bills, deadlines, to an unbalanced relationship. Stress is often the key source to ruining relationships. It has a toxic effect that often times takes the form of blame, impacts intimacy, or worst.

“Stress is an emotional and physiological response to thinking that an event, condition, or situation is [terrible] and that no good can come from [it],” says Dr. Mantell. The trick is to adopt more positive frameworks for difficult situations. Try to remind yourself that you’ll get through it, that there may even be a good reason a certain stressor has occurred—and at worst, it’s only one bad event.

The good news is if you can see signs, you can improve your relationship.

#1. Your Irritable 

If you perceive everything your partner says as a slight or get miffed extra easily, stress may be a factor. The longer stress lasts, the more likely we are to feel grumpy or argumentative and lash out.

Give yourself time to acknowledge the root cause of your stress and frustration. Avoid the immediate outburst. Prioritize and make a commitment to resolve the issues. For example if it is stress from work, make a rule to limit the conversations about work at home.

#2 She Can Be The Victim Not Problem

When we’re chronically stressed, we’re more likely to perceive even the best relationship in a negative light. We’re also unlikely to realize that stress is factoring into that perception. Placing the blame solely on her is draining and simply unfair. Sometimes he or she will be too overworked to help you as effectively as you’d like, and vice versa.

If you really care about her ask for help. Don’t try solve every damn problem in one day. Set goals together on what you both want to accomplish.

#3 Not Enough

If you can devote hours of your day watching videos and working for some company. Than you gave yourself time. Time is the biggest causes of stress in relationship. She wants more, you want more time. You want to do what you want and she wants to do something else.

Compromise for mutual time and be in the moment. That doesn’t mean go out with her and stay on your phone. Be in the moment. Schedule time to relax together and set rules that are acceptable for both parties.

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