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today at 01:00.
FBVideoDownloader.info is a facebook video downloader online, this tool helps you download facebook videos by grabs direct links to download and save for free
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awesome app! Thanks buddy!
I had used some apps like this one but frankly, this is faster
This is insane, I never thought of something like this to download videos from fb
today at 01:30.
How many do you and your partner share?
The 7 Ingredients of a Healthy Relationship
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Eileen A. McDonnell O'Driscoll
today at 01:47
Great list. So many people think taking time for self care can be selfish but to be happy as a couple it is so important to be "free" to do certain things that make you happy outside of the relationship.
Tracy L. Earwin Earwin
today at 01:49
Great article! ☺
today at 01:37
Honesty, patience and reassurance
yesterday at 23:24.
We all know passive-aggressive people. Here's what makes them so especially tricky to deal with.
What Really Drives Passive-Aggressive People
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today at 00:14
I think most passive aggressive people learned this from watching a parent behave that way all through their childhood. We teach by example. Habits can also be recognized and broken with the right kind of support. Maybe this is why it's not being highlighted as a disorder as much, because it can be trained out of people given the right support system. You may have witnessed your parent sulking, but you also witnessed it not working very well for them. We all get to decide how mature we're going to act.
today at 00:06
Other forms of it are not being direct in requesting something such as, continually removing the lid to the trash can when it is full but not asking it be taken out and/or, not doing it themselves. Then they will get upset if you don't get it! Sarcasm is another form used to belittle or criticize another by making a joke out of it.
yesterday at 23:44
They have issues with any one perceived to be in authority over them.
yesterday at 19:05.
Has a partner ever snooped on your phone? And have you ever done it to a partner? Find out how common relationship surveillance really is.
In Your Relationship, Who Checks Up on Whom?
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yesterday at 19:29
I've never done it and never would.
I've only had one ex do it, and she turned out to be a manipulative, controlling nightmare (and then some) ...
I've since realised she is probably incredibly insecure, hence the need to control ... ?
If I experienced her behaviour in another partner, I'd leave A LOT earlier ...
yesterday at 19:22
..the moment I snoop on my partner's phone my love begins to erode, whether my partner is faithful or not. The idea of snooping, is evident that someone between the two of you is forcing the romance, and so seeks something to incite a squabble...but if you are all spiritually in alighmment there is no need to hide about and snoop
yesterday at 19:20
Ahh living the life in a world full of trust issues and unfaithful people. So grand.
yesterday at 17:25.
When you're stuck in a rut, it can feel hard to get up and move forward. These ideas will get you started.
7 Ways to Get Yourself Unstuck
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yesterday at 17:33
I sooo needed this! I'll probably read it a hundred times in the next week.
The Truth is Here
yesterday at 17:30
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yesterday at 19:10
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yesterday at 14:11.
When a close friend abruptly cuts you out of their life, it can throw your whole world into doubt.
What Happens When a Friend Burns the Bridge Between You?
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yesterday at 14:19
Well, it is painful regardless of the length of time of friendship. Difficult to be found unimportant when they were important to you.
yesterday at 14:41
My best friend of over 6 years cut me off about 2 weeks ago. Don't know why, they just disappeared. It hurt at first but there is no point worrying about it. I've moved on and I just wish them the best
yesterday at 14:33
Or they leave you wondering, guessing, feeling you did something offensive, but then give reasons, later, whenever it is convenient for them...yeah. Not about you, really. Selfish.
yesterday at 01:30.
A malignant narcissist makes breaking up especially hard to do. Here's why.
Why It's So Hard to End a Relationship with a Narcissist
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yesterday at 01:35
Narcs need to be the ones to end a relationship. Their ego cannot handle someone breaking up with them. They need to get the satisfaction of dumping you and telling everyone you were the crazy one and they had no choice but to let you go. And after all that, some of them still harass you.
yesterday at 02:15
Its very hard, but it is possible...I cut ties and feel the weight finally lifting from inside me. Im sure he's making up stories as he always did but I don't care. I'm finally getting my peace back. No more walking on eggshells, no more of his betrayals, no more of his raging outbursts.
yesterday at 05:43
This page is obsessed with calling any abuser a narcissist. It also takes a lot to call someone a malignant narcissist as you have to be diagnosed to be even considered it.
12/07/2016 at 22:45.
... and it has little to do with things like blood pressure and cholesterol.
This Is the Surprising Factor That Can Predict How Long You'll Live
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12/07/2016 at 23:54
Social networks, or simply -friends, being and feeling a part of a community, no matter how small, have all been proven to work wonders when it comes to longevity.
Charles J Goh
yesterday at 01:37
Longevity is better estimated via one's genetic make up. Cognition or cognitive agility has no place in Longevity, although it helps to be deeply intellectual in old age to be able to entertain one's lonely time daily. Also, knowledge enough to not make fatal mistakes.
yesterday at 05:02
What an incredibly flawed study. People feel younger/healthier because they are healthier/fitter, therefore they will live longer.
12/07/2016 at 20:51.
Do teens who start having sex early really face psychological risks? New research finally provides some answers.
Is There a Right Age to Begin Having Sex?
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Ronnie Alan Rogers
12/07/2016 at 20:56
Don't know what age is right but love will mess you up regardless..
yesterday at 02:52
Don't have premarital sex, don't do anything sexual before marriage. Get married and stay with one partner if you do. You cause physiological problems when you indulge in sexual sin.
12/07/2016 at 21:35
15 to 19 is normative? 15 seems awfully young for sex. Sex is an adult activity and should be reserved for those 18+.
12/07/2016 at 17:04.
Have you ever heard any of these?
5 Things People Really Shouldn't Brag About
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Claire N Kieron Warner
12/07/2016 at 17:59
I found this article very ironic.. a social worker condescending to others about what not to brag about. And when you use the word "should" in your title this suggests a lack of evidence and a lot of judgement. It sounds like a sales pitch.
12/07/2016 at 23:10
I hate these articles. Yep, brains aren't actually capable of true multitasking. Totally accurate. But when I tell my boss that I'm great at multitasking, she doesn't hear "I'm easily distracted". She hears "I'm great at time management and prioritizing tasks, and I have no problem maintaining several ongoing projects."
This whole article is ridiculous, judgmental, and a little short sighted. Also rather condescending and egotistical.
Danielle H. Grove
yesterday at 02:58
Thank you. As someone who struggles with perfectionism so strong that it impairs my functioning, I wish people would stop promoting it as a good thing. "Perfectionist" doesn't mean "I do everything perfectly", it means "If something does not meet my unrealistically high standard of "perfect", I have a meltdown."
12/07/2016 at 13:00.
What's wrong with wanting to do everything right? Potentially, a lot.
5 Ways Your Thinking Can Hold You Back
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12/07/2016 at 15:27
I'm a perfectionist, particularly at work. However contrary to this article, I do not try for perfection based upon a fear of failure but rather the desire for perfection. To raise the bar for productivity. If I fail my own high expectations I dont consider myself a failure. I either excel or come very close and am fine with that.
12/07/2016 at 19:39
Like ppl say I have to be happy no matter the circumstances but I just cant....Im stuck living with someone I cant stand, my last guy dumped me for another girl, I see no way out of the hole Im in, Im so depressed for years and years.... :(
12/07/2016 at 18:45
Does this hold true when you're training for or working a job that almost any mistake can lead to you being fired from or endanger yourself or others while performing?
12/07/2016 at 02:03.
What you say after sex is at least as important as what you say before (or during). Here's why.
What Your Pillow Talk Reveals About Your Relationship
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12/07/2016 at 02:14
To this day I can't just copulate with someone I feel no special bond with. I don't know how people do it.
12/07/2016 at 03:21
I love how open and vulnerable men are after sex. I've had the best conversations with a partner after orgasm when he's relaxed and trusting and sleepy. ❤❤❤❤✅
12/07/2016 at 03:01
During foreplay, I had a guy ask me what's the longest relationship I've been in. Then less than a minute later, he asked if I ever cheated. I was very confused 😕
12/06/2016 at 21:49.
Rumors can ruin your day, your job, or your relationships. When you're the target, this is the smart way to react.
8 Things to Do If You're the Target of Hurtful Gossip
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12/06/2016 at 22:32
What you do ( as opposed to what people say you do /are) eventually wins out . People eventually form their own opinions over time. After that , the other person looks a little sad
12/06/2016 at 22:27
patience is the best virtue, but it's best not to care about other people... Cold but definitely the best way mentally. The only person that matters is in the mirror.
12/07/2016 at 01:45
At first the gossip is very upsetting. I've learned the past few years that eventually the people who are "always" gossiping" are labeled as such. So in the end most people (not all) are exposed to be the negative vindictive sad souls that they are. You just have to keep your head up and hold on.
12/06/2016 at 18:52.
How committed is your partner? These questions could help you figure it out.
7 Subtle Ways to Measure the Strength of Your Relationship
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12/06/2016 at 19:04
I'm not exactly sure what the answers to these should be. If a person gets jealous when an attractive person approaches their partner, then wouldn't it mean the relationship is weak because that person is insecure, or that it's strong because (somehow, I guess) if you love someone, you should get jealous....or....what? Jealousy seems unhealthy.
Neekoo Nikatchu Shahabi
12/06/2016 at 21:05
Is jealousy bad though? If your never really that bothered about your partner spending time with someone else and not you then doesn't it mean you don't really care? I never act on it or act spiteful but it still bothers me because I genuinely care and don't want to lose them
12/06/2016 at 20:54
The guy I'm with will pull close in public, as to say she's mine. Always wanting to hold hands I'm not like that.. I will for short periods... But im,not the one whose all over someone in public. I don't like when I'm telling him something, he says, I had this too. Its like he's comparing his life to mine....
12/06/2016 at 16:02.
There's an assumption that people who live alone are less happy than others. Here's why it's wrong.
Why People Who Live Alone May Be Less Lonely
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12/06/2016 at 16:23
Alone vs lonely ..again and,again I realize my most loneliest x have been WITH people who were hurting me,with their company.presence.or companionship.
12/06/2016 at 16:51
There is nothing better after a hard day's work than for me to come home to my cosy flat in the priceless peace and quiet. I am the envy of couples who aren't able to have their own space anymore :)
12/06/2016 at 17:09
I think the capability of being alone without feeling lonely and enjoying one´s own company is an important pre-condition for relationships of all kinds, because it enables us to choose partners and friends without needing them. I only feel lonely with people who bore or don´t interest me, because we´ve nothing in common...
12/06/2016 at 01:45.
Abuse in a relationship is all about trying to maintain control and power over a partner. Here's what to watch out for.
15 Common Types of Verbal Abuse in Relationships
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12/06/2016 at 01:51
Forgetting something is abuse? Stopped taking it seriously at that point. 😒
David Joseph Barron
12/06/2016 at 03:30
Poorly edited article; this can be seen from both male and female perspectives, not just male. The use of the word "he" in the article insinuates all abusers are male.
12/06/2016 at 07:47
I think that it's important to point out that Verbal Abuse doesn't just happen in couples. It happens in families which is never discussed and so people are unaware.
12/05/2016 at 23:15.
Sorry to say, we've all known someone who just can't apologize.
5 Reasons Why Some People Will Never Say "I'm Sorry"
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12/05/2016 at 23:21
Anyone who can't say their sorry doesn't deserve your time. RUN
12/05/2016 at 23:23
Because some people will always shift the blame and convince themselves that you deserved to be hurt. Makes them feel better about themselves.
12/06/2016 at 00:16
The worse kind of unapologetic person is one that thinks they are apologising but actually shift the blame to you... I'm sorry YOU couldn't..: I'm sorry YOU feel... that is not an apology, that is shifting blame.
12/05/2016 at 21:45.
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Hermosura De Mujer
12/05/2016 at 23:07
Can you all start a topic on sibling rivalry.
When my older sister speaks to my mother about me. My sister calls me, or refers me as "your daughter"
To our mom.
I'v always been respectful to her. But enough is enough. Is there jealousy here? From her part. It's not normal to call a sibling like that. And not using a name,
When speaking to others about us.
12/05/2016 at 23:03
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Law of Attraction - Ask, Believe, Receive
12/05/2016 at 21:55
Change can be scary, but you know what's more scary? Allowing fear to stop you from growing, evolving, and progressing.
12/05/2016 at 20:43.
Are couples more endangered when a man starts to lose interest, or a woman?
The Perils of One-Sided Romance
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12/05/2016 at 21:58
When a woman starts to lose interest it's over. A man accepts they cannot always be fully interested in something all the time.
12/05/2016 at 22:07
Hmmm I am confused on how the heck the "strong link," ie the "committed one" turns out to be the aggressive and physical one. I have noticed aggressive, controlling, manipulative people to lean more toward the uncommitted side. Because they are more raveled up in getting what they want and USING the other person instead of actually being sincerely devoted to a loving relationship. Hm. 🤔
12/05/2016 at 22:07
Guess I should have been leas blind when he insisted that I watch He's Just Not That Into You when we were dating. It was a message and I missed the clues. Still don't know why he decided to marry me anyway. I think he was bored.
12/05/2016 at 17:31.
You don't have to spend one more day trapped by your fear.
6 Ways to Conquer Fear and Take Back Your Life
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Charles J Goh
12/05/2016 at 23:58
First, there's the fine art of discerning the difference between Fear, and Instinct. Mistake either one, and you'll get owned anyways.
12/06/2016 at 08:45
Most people don't know what "fear" means, in what colors and forms it shows up. Fear is self sabotage without having a clue it's going on.
12/05/2016 at 18:24
To conquer death you only have to die . To conquer fear you only have to fight .
12/05/2016 at 13:00.
Faking it comes with a high price. Are you being authentic?
Are You Mentally Strong or Just Acting Tough?: 7 Signs
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Psychology Scholars United - PSU
12/05/2016 at 13:49
Who said that we don't naturally act according to our environmental situations and circumstances? What is "authenticity" of character in this context acknowledging such a fact? ~ Jessica Martins
12/06/2016 at 20:26
In todays circumstances i think it would definitely be unhealthy to be strong and happy at all ..this is the reality that we are just learning to be strong since the early ages but still having many difficulties to realise it..quite humanistic to fake it to survive..
12/05/2016 at 17:56
What about the measure of what a person is getting done. if there are a lot of accomplishments that can be seen, are they faking it or they really tough, because without a certain amount of toughness nothing gets done.