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Why most women complaint about their mother in laws and sister in laws are common - doesn't it mean that some emotional or psychological issues are related commonly with this relation?
I think this is more on the side of the mother-in-law or sister-in-law. They feel that a new woman is coming into their son's/brother's life and essentially taking over the position that they held. Many women get the "female cat syndrome", where they cannot handle another woman around a man whom they have been very close to. It can also be drawn from maternal instincts, you do not know who this woman is and she is taking away your brother/son and could wind up breaking their heart.
Women don't get along as well as many men believe.
Women don't get along as well as many men believe.
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Since narcissism is in fact a bloating of one's own ego out of pure lack of self worth and self esteem, the best way to relate to her might be to encourage her to do more thin…gs to gain confidence in herself so that she doesn't feel she has to put others down or pretend to be the best at everything, in order to feel secure. Focusing on her positive points is a good place to start. Another PerspectiveYou can learn new skills that will help you deal with her narcissistic behavior. You will need to exercise a lot of self control, let a lot of things pass and focus on keeping things neutral so that you can maintain a good relationship with your son. Narcissists are very hard to deal with especially on a regular basis. It takes patience, independence, intelligence and skill. Narcissists are envious and competitive. They cannot admit when they're wrong. They think they are superior to and know more than everyone else. They brag about their imagined accomplishments and criticize everyone else. They are hypersensitive to any criticism, even friendly and constructive suggestions, and usually have anger management problems. They cannot appreciate the viewpoints of others. It is important that you learn some techniques on how to put up with a narcissist. First, learn how to smile, not respond to her puffery, and learn to be able to cut her off by saying, "Gotta' go". You need to stay on your toes and learn how to control your encounters without triggering anger and bad feelings. HOW TO DEAL WITH A NARCISSIST: be practical and don't take them too seriouslykeep your distance and stay alert to what they are doing and sayingdefine some limits- by not responding to inappropriate behavior you reinforce itavoid conflictdo not try to argue or reason with them- they will not listen- your winning or your convincing argument is counter to their world viewgain more understanding to enable you to work as constructively as possible (research narcissism- Mayo Clinic online is a great place to start)give practical support and advice only when askeddo not let them take advantage of you, criticize you, tell you what you should be doing and how you should be
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Personally, I am not familiar with the phrase "Trado-Modern" and could find only one reference to its use in reference to communications. See below link for further informati…on.
Law is based on natural law, which is based on morals.
Your brother's brother-in-law could be the brother of his wife or the husband of his sister. You are not related to the brother of your brother's wife. But your brother's sist…er is probably also your sister. So her husband is your brother-in-law, too.
The English language-based culture does not recognize any family relationship between the parents of a husband and the parents of his wife.
i would like to thank a small cambodian boy that i stole from the market last week, he's been alot of fun. cheers
Sir Isaac Newton observed that for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. A rocket works like a squid- there's something that gets squirted out in one direction… and the squid or rocket goes in the other direction. But there's an interesting difference too. A squid squirts out a heavy (large mass) jet of water at a fairly low speed. A rocket squirts out a very light (small mass) jet of gas, at a very high speed. Newton was building on Galileo's work on acceleration, and it was one of the two of them who observed that the energy in a system can be understood as 1/2 Mass X Velocity2. If I have a pound of water and I squirt it out at 10 feet per second, the energy is 10/2 * 10 * 10= 5 * 100 = 500 foot pounds per second. If I have 100 pounds of water and I squirt it at 1 foot per second, that's 100/2 * 1 * 1, or 50 (surprise!) foot pounds per second. (works the same in metric measurements too - about .5 Kg of water at about 3 M/sec vs about 5 Kg water at .3 M/sec: .5/2 * 3 * 3 vs 5/2 * .3 * .3 = .25 * 9 or 2.25 vs 2.5 * .09 = .225... theres a 10 to one difference, the faster jet having the more energy. So in a rocket, the very light weight gas goes blasting out one end of the rocket and because of its very high velocity, it pushes hard enough to lift the rocket. Notice that the gas jet is pushing against the rest of the rocket. Its not pushing against the air, just as the squid isn't pushing against the water its in, the squid's jet is pushing against the squid. So a rocket works just fine in a vacuum, in space, and a squid out of water has one big chance to move by squirting... Famously, when Dr. Robert Goddard was inventing the liquid fueled rocket, no less than the New York Times criticized him for proposing rocket flights in space, the editorial writer mistakenly believing a rocket pushes against the surrounding atmosphere. Hope this helps. Extra points for who (Galileo? Newton?) noted that the precise measure of energy was 1/2 Mass * Velocity2. (one-half mass times velocity squared)
Your mothers sister is your Aunt
Statutory law is codified law organized in written statutes. Constitutional law begins with the textual provisions set forth in the Constitution, but it also comprises all of …the common law of judicial decisions pertinent to it. Statutory law cannot be inconsistent with the precepts and principles of Constitutional law. There are many federal statutes (i.e., those that comprise the United States Code) that effectuate the provisions of the Constitution and their implications--for example, Title 28, the Judicial Code.
Shes you Aunt in law!
i believe it is your aunt or mom this was a riddle in my class and the answer is mom but i think it is your aunt or aunt-in-law