What it Really Means to Be ‘Masculine’
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Post No.: 1005   Fluffystealthkitten says:   ‘Love bombing’ is considered a red flag in romantic relationships. This is when someone bombards you with affection in order to gain your trust but it’s all manipulative, and so their true colours … Read More

Parasocial and Semi-Parasocial Relationships
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Post No.: 0990   Fluffystealthkitten says:   This modern world is arguably unfortunately losing a bit of sociality. Kids increasingly spend more time on electronic devices than with their parents, many people would rather now communicate online than face-to-face (physical … Read More

Give More Attention to a Well-Behaved Child Than a Naughty One
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Post No.: 0974   Furrywisepuppy says:   Post No.: 0952 expressed the importance of instilling discipline. Notwithstanding, rewarding desirable behaviours remains the primary goal when trying to get children to do what you want.   However, merely bribing naughty children … Read More

Pickup Artists and ‘Bad Boys’
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Post No.: 0965   Furrywisepuppy says:   ‘Pickup artists (PUAs)’ consciously learn about and employ psychological techniques to try to seduce and pick up women. And like a perfect con, they can leave their targets happy to give them what … Read More

Following Through With the Discipline
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Post No.: 0952   Furrywisepuppy says:   Punishments for children like smacking (or worse) are wrong and less effective than rewarding them when they perform desirable behaviours. Yet instilling discipline is important – we cannot just let kids (or adults) … Read More

Disruptive Kids and Temper Tantrums
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Post No.: 0945   Furrywisepuppy says:   The younger a child is, the more impatient they’re naturally going to be. Temper tantrums are common with toddlers too. But there are some things you can do to improve matters.   Use … Read More

The Best Toys and Games for Kids
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Post No.: 0939   Furrywisepuppy says:   Play involves experimentation, discovery, practice, and thus learning. This furry behaviour therefore probably evolved to help us survive. Through trial and error, we create, test and solve problems. Many of our experiments mightn’t … Read More

If You’re Genuinely Nice Then It’ll Sort Itself Out
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Post No.: 0930   Fluffystealthkitten says:   I’m mainly going to discuss heterosexual relationships, and men seeking women, here but most of this could apply to other types of sexualities and relationships too…   Sometimes a rationalisation given by a … Read More

Raise Happy, Moral and Compassionate Children
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Post No.: 0912   Furrywisepuppy says:   Almost every parent would rather raise their children to be happy, moral and compassionate individuals than to be earning six-figure or more incomes – after all, what’s the point of being rich if … Read More

Raising a ‘Child Prodigy’
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Post No.: 0898   Furrywisepuppy says:   Most ‘child prodigies’ are self-driven rather than arise due to pushy ‘tiger parents’ (read Post No.: 0844). They find a deep, almost insatiable, interest in specific areas or activities, like arithmetic or chess. … Read More

Being Adopted, and Missing School, on a Child’s Prospects
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Post No.: 0882   Furrywisepuppy says:   Different approaches to teaching, teacher training levels on the subjects they teach, and family socio-economic status conditions, result in different academic outcomes in pupils. Measures of teacher preparation and certification are by far … Read More

Toddlers and Treats
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Post No.: 0870   Furrywisepuppy says:   It’s critical to get the extended family onboard and aligned in not giving your toddlers too many high-sugar food or drink treats. Something that was ‘in moderation’ can get out of paw when … Read More

Breastfeeding and Children’s Diets
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Post No.: 0852   Furrywisepuppy says:   Infants from 0-4 months of age can only consume liquids. Breast milk is exclusively recommended at this age (either directly via the breast or pumped into a bottle) – breastfeeding carries many health … Read More

Tiger Parenting and ‘Tough Love’
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Post No.: 0844   Fluffystealthkitten says:   ‘Tiger parenting’ is about pushing one’s children to be the best, as if there’s no point existing unless you’re number one(!) It’s therefore a strict and demanding approach to parenting. Tiger parents are … Read More

Let’s Go On a Date!
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Post No.: 0831   Furrywisepuppy says:   If you like someone and the signals are good and the time is right – then ask them out! Make the move…   Take the lead. Take the initiative to come up with … Read More

Bond Through Reciprocal Self-Disclosure
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Post No.: 0817   Fluffystealthkitten says:   If you like someone – don’t hesitate to approach them and introduce yourself! Introverts also need to make the first moves otherwise no one might to discover if each other is single and … Read More

Portray Yourself as Exciting and Fun!
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Post No.: 0802   Fluffystealthkitten says:   If you’re looking for love, devote your energies to fully engaging with life and all it has to offer. The more you’re enjoying yourself, the more fun you’re having – the more appealing … Read More

What We Find Attractive
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Post No.: 0785   Furrywisepuppy says:   Physical attractiveness can be influenced by a culture that believes, for instance, that thin versus curvy bodies, or tanned versus pale complexions, are most ideal. But what people find attractive is ultimately an … Read More

‘Happily Ever After’ Takes More Than Just Your Wedding Day
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Post No.: 0771   Furrywisepuppy says:   A thriving romantic relationship isn’t just about remembering and attending to Valentine’s Days, wedding anniversaries, birthdays and other special days – it’s about being conscientious and considerate to your partner every single day. … Read More

Co-Sleeping, and Letting Your Child Cry at Night
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Post No.: 0752   Furrywisepuppy says:   A child’s sleep requirement changes significantly with age. The amount decreases gradually from infancy onwards, but increases slightly again during puberty, then decreases after that into adulthood.   Newborns need about 14-18 hours/day. … Read More

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