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武汉/龟头炎哪家医院好武汉/哪割包皮去哪家医院好Stop for a moment and ask yourself if there was ever a time (or times) you’ve arrogantly said or thought: “I’m too smart for this.” If you’re someone who always believed that you’re Mr. Smarty Pants, you may want to take a step back and contemplate. That kind of thinking can work against you in life and in work.停下来扪心自问:你有没有高傲地自认为“太聪明”?如果你向来自恃聪明,或许该认真反省了。这种心态对生活和工作非常不利。So while it’s difficult to face the truth, let’s entertain the possibility that you may not be as smart as you think you are. Read on and check if you have the following signs:面对现实并不容易——为什么说你没有自认为的那样聪明?或许以下就是原因。请往下读,看看你是否也有这些表现吧:1. You’re more of a talker than a listener你爱倾诉,不擅倾听And that’s putting it nicely.一语点中要害。You like the sound of your own voice, with or without you knowing it. People don’t come to you to talk about their problems or even celebrate their successes because you always end up talking about your own problems and successes.不管是否意识到,你都喜欢表达自己。跟你在一起,别人根本就无法倾诉烦恼或庆贺成功,因为你一直在滔滔不绝谈论自己的烦恼或成功。If this sounds like you, consciously decide to listen and focus on the what the person is saying the next time you’re in a conversation with someone. Don’t try to upstage them, just listen.如果你是这种人,那么下次跟人交谈时,请下意识学着倾听、去关注别人在讲什么吧。不要总是抢着说话,请倾听!2. You show off only the good stuff and make some up你只炫耀好的一面,还会编造一些You hide your true personality. You fake it. Big time. While it’s good to always be at your best when meeting important people, you take it to a whole other level: You lie so that people have a better impression of you.你隐藏自己的真实性格,常常戴着面具。虽然约见重要人物时,展现自己最好的一面也无可厚非,但你会因此得寸进尺:为了给人留下好印象,你不停撒谎。Smart people value truth and know better than to hide for the sake of looking good. Showing only your good side and adding some special effects will tire you in the long run.聪明的人看重真实,不会为了看上去优秀而伪装自己。炫耀自己好的一面并加以粉饰,长此以往只会让你疲惫不堪。3. You’re always in the middle of a storm你总处在风暴中心You always find yourself in the middle of conflict. And when you think back on it, you either caused that conflict or you added fuel to the flames.你总陷入矛盾焦点。仔细回想,你发现:要么是你引发了矛盾,要么是你煽了风点了火。Smart people, on the other hand, either don’t get involved when there’s nothing they can do or do their best to help end the conflict. Try to do the same.相反,如果无济于事,聪明的人会避免牵扯进去;如果可以帮助,他们会尽量平息矛盾。请学着点吧。4. You discourage people instead of lifting them up你不鼓励别人,反倒打击别人You discourage people, not just by saying so outright but also by not giving them the time of day. In a way, you’re telling them that their ideas or their problems are not worth your time or your (perceived) intelligence.你说话露骨,不给人留余地;你总打击别人。你说别人的想法或问题太弱智,根本不值得你动脑筋。Smart people help encourage others by actually paying attention. They listen (note the first sign) and share what they know. If big shots like Richard Branson and Adm. William McRaven, commander in the U.S. special forces, can take the time to answer letters from kids, you can spend a few minutes encouraging people.聪明的人会实实在在关心鼓励别人。他们倾听(见第1条)并分享自己的心得。像理查德-布兰森、美国特种部队指挥官威廉-麦克纳文这样的大人物都还费心回信给小朋友,你为何不能花几分钟鼓励他人呢?5. You prefer lowbrow entertainment你喜欢低俗You don’t challenge yourself with difficult subjects and are content to stick to entertaining yet hardly thought-provoking ing material. You also spend hours watching bad reality TV.你宁愿读那些毫无意义的东西,也不肯尝试了解稍有深度的领域。你老追着看糟糕透顶的电视真人秀。Real smart people thrive on ing books and watching films that spark their creativity and make them think and question. A few hours of intellectual ing could open up your horizons so give it a shot. You can start by listening to audiobooks if the thought of ing thick books is daunting to you.真正聪明的人选择能激发创造力、发人深省的书籍或电影。阅读有深度的书籍可以开阔眼界,请尝试一下吧!如果一想到大部头书籍就头疼,你可以先听听有声书。6. You’re always so busy你总是忙忙碌碌Your work life consists of you running around like a headless chicken. There always seems to be a problem that takes up most of your work day. You also find yourself doing all the work, all the time.你工作起来总像只没头苍蝇似的到处瞎忙。好像每天都有费神耗时的烂摊子要收拾,你无时无刻不在应付杂七杂八的任务。Learn how to delegate and ask for help. It’s a little arrogant of you to think that you can do everything for everyone. Make it a point to rest and spend time on things that matter in life, not just work.学着分配任务、寻求帮助吧。觉得自己能单匹马包揽所有活计?太高估自己了!别只忙于工作,也要会休息,花时间做点真正有意义的事情。You may have been praised a lot when you were a child, a teen, or a college student because of your high grades and other academic achievements. That’s great. Ego boosts now and then are healthy and needed. But strive for more than just accolades.当你还是个孩子或学生时,因为考了高分或学业喜人,常常受人称赞,确实很不错。现在自我膨胀了,渴望更大了,但决不能仅仅流连于夸赞之辞啊。If you truly want to be smart but find yourself guilty of the signs above, now’s the chance to make a change. Be a smarter, better version of you.如果你愧然发现自己也有以上表现,但你又真心希望变得聪明,那么,现在就抓住机会去改变吧。做更聪明、更美好的自己! /201311/265465武汉/免费孕前检查的政策 夫妻斗嘴比生闷气更有益于健康A good fight with your spouse could be good for the health, a new study has found.Couples who suppressed their anger have a mortality rate twice as high as those in which at least one partner stands up for themselves, according to the study which tracked 192 US couples for 17 years."When couples get together, one of their main jobs is reconciliation about conflict," said lead author Ernest Harburg, an emeritus professor with the University of Michigan."The key matter is, when the conflict happens, how do you resolve it?" he said."If you bury your anger, and you brood on it and you resent the other person or the attacker, and you don't try to resolve the problem, then you're in trouble."Previous studies have shown that suppressing anger increases stress-related illnesses like heart disease and high blood pressure.This study looks at how suppressed anger and the resulting buildup of resentment in a marriage affects overall mortality rates.Harburg and his colleagues used a questionnaire to determine how the spouses responded to behaviour that they perceived as unfair.Both spouses suppressed their anger in 26 of the couples while at least one spouse expressed their anger in the remaining 166 couples.At least one death was recorded in half the couples who suppressed their anger, whereas only 26 percent of the other couples suffered from the death of a spouse.And the anger-supressing couples were nearly five times more likely to both be dead 17 years later, the study found.The study was carried out in a small, predominantly white and middle class town in Michigan and most of the women were "housewives" born before the sexual revolution.An upcoming analysis of survival rates 30 years later will yield more reliable results, Harburg said 一项最新研究发现,夫妻双方在必要的时候斗斗嘴有益于身体健康。该研究对192对美国夫妇进行了长达17年的跟踪调查。研究发现,夫妻间生闷气的比至少有一方为自己争辩的死亡率高一倍。研究报告主要撰写人、密歇根大学退休教授欧尼斯特#8226;哈伯格说:“夫妻相处的一个主要问题就是如何调解矛盾。”“关键问题在于,发生矛盾时你应该怎样去解决它?”“如果你把怨气憋在心里,耿耿于怀,对对方愤恨不满,而不想办法去解决问题,那就麻烦了。”之前有研究表明,生闷气会增加患心脏病和高血压等与紧张有关的疾病的风险。该研究对夫妻之间生闷气以及由此导致的怨恨积聚对总体死亡率的影响进行了探究。哈伯格及其同事通过问卷调查来测定受访夫妇对他们所认为的“不公平”行为如何反应。调查结果显示,有26对夫妇双方都生闷气,其余的166对夫妇中至少有一方发泄不满。生闷气夫妇的死亡率至少为50%,而发泄不满夫妇的死亡率仅为26%。此外,研究发现,经常生闷气的夫妇17年后双亡的几率为其他夫妇的近五倍。该研究在美国密歇根州一个以白人和中产阶级为主的小镇开展,其中大多数女性为“家庭妇女”,均出生于美国性革命(美国性革命爆发于20世纪60年代)之前。哈伯格说,研究人员将对这些夫妇30年后的存活率进行研究分析,这一分析得出的结果会更加可靠。 /200803/32063The 1970s seem destined to be a justly forgotten decade─a time of disco, stagflation and little of the social upheaval that defined the previous decade or the epic global changes of the one that followed. But Christian Caryl sees more than malaise when he looks at the 1970s; he sees one of history#39;s great turning points. #39;With the passage of time,#39; Mr. Caryl writes in #39;Strange Rebels: 1979 and the Birth of the 21st Century,#39; #39;the 1970s begin to appear less like a sideshow than the main event.#39;1970年代似乎注定要成为一个被人遗忘的十年──一个经济滞胀、流行迪斯科舞的年代,没有之前十年那么明显的社会动荡,也没有之后十年史诗般的全球巨变。然而克里斯蒂安#8226;卡里尔(Christian Caryl)在看待1970年代时,看到的不仅仅是萎靡不振;他看到了历史上最伟大的转折点之一。“随着时间的流逝,”卡里尔在《奇怪的叛道者:1979与21世纪的诞生》(Strange Rebels: 1979 and the Birth of the 21st Century)一书中写道,“1970年代开始显得更像是一场主要赛事,而不是一次穿插表演。”As the title of Mr. Caryl#39;s book suggests, his focus is 1979─a year that brought Iran#39;s Islamic revolution, the siege of the U.S. embassy in Tehran, the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, and the emergence of four leaders who, he argues, changed the course of history: Margaret Thatcher, the Ayatollah Khomeini, Deng Xiaoping and Pope John Paul II.正如卡里尔的书名所示,他关注的焦点是1979年──这一年伊朗爆发了伊斯兰革命、美国驻德黑兰大使馆被包围、苏联入侵阿富汗、另有四位改变了历史进程的领导人崭露头角,他们是玛格丽特#8226;撒切尔(Margaret Thatcher)、伊朗宗教领袖霍梅尼(the Ayatollah Khomeini)、邓小平和教皇约翰#8226;保罗二世(Pope John Paul II)。It is hard to imagine figures as different as these or a year quite as grim as 1979, but suspend your disbelief for a moment. Mr. Caryl makes a fairly compelling case that this was a year when history made a sharp turn and that each leader set in motion the seismic changes that came to shape our world today: the fall of the Soviet Union, the rise of China and the emergence of radical Islam. In 1979, Mr. Caryl says, #39;the twin forces of markets and religion, discounted for so long, came back with a vengeance.#39;很难想象人物身份会有如此差异,也很难想象1979年会如此严峻,但是先把你的怀疑搁置一下吧。卡里尔提出了非常令人信的观点,他认为这一年历史来了一个急转弯,每一位领导人都开始启动翻天覆地的变革,形成了我们今天的世界格局:苏联的解体、中国的崛起以及激进伊斯兰主义的出现。卡里尔说:“市场和宗教的双重力量在被无视了太久之后开始绝地反击。”In January of that year, China#39;s new paramount leader, Deng Xiaoping, made a nine-day visit to the ed States. He was not technically China#39;s head of state (he never held that title), but President Jimmy Carter welcomed him to the White House with a state dinner. At the dinner, Deng found himself seated at a table with actress Shirley MacLaine, who had spent time in China working on a documentary extolling the virtues of Maoism during the bloody Cultural Revolution. She told Deng how wonderful it had been for her to meet a professor plowing a field on a collective farm. #39;Deng looked at her scornfully . . . ,#39; Mr. Caryl writes. #39;Professors, he told her, should be teaching university classes, not planting vegetables.#39;就在那一年的一月,中国新的最高领导人邓小平到美国进行了为期9天的访问。严格意义上说他不是中国的国家元首(他从来没有拥有过那个头衔),但是吉米#8226;卡特(Jimmy Carter)总统在白宫举办了国宴欢迎他的到访。在宴会上,邓小平发现他与女演员雪莉#8226;麦克雷恩(Shirley MacLaine)坐在同一桌。麦克雷恩曾在血腥的文化大革命期间到中国拍摄大力颂扬毛主义的纪录片,她告诉邓小平自己在集体农场见到种田的教授是多么美妙的经历。“邓小平不以为然地看了她一眼……,”卡里尔写道,“他对她说,教授,应该在大学里教书,不应该种菜。”If Ms. MacLaine had done her homework, she would have known that Deng himself had been effectively banished during the Cultural Revolution and had come to power determined to modernize China. He wanted to affirm the supremacy of the Chinese Communist Party─minus the communism. When he returned to China after his U.S visit, Deng said that he couldn#39;t sleep for several nights as he wondered, #39;How could China possibly catch up?#39; His answer was to unleash the market forces that were aly transforming the economies of Hong Kong, Singapore and Japan. His first moves were to allow private farming (result: a major increase in productivity) and to create special economic zones that would allow private business and even foreign investment.如果麦克雷恩事前做过准备,她就会知道邓小平自己在文革期间也曾被黜,他上台执政后决心要使中国实现现代化。他想要肯定中国共产党的绝对地位──淡化一点共产主义。当他结束访美回到中国之后,邓小平说他好几个晚上都睡不着觉,因为他在寻思“中国如何才能迎头赶上?”他的是释放业已改变着香港、新加坡和日本经济的市场力量。他的第一步棋是放手发展私有农业经济(结果:生产力得到极大提高),创立经济特区,允许在经济特区设立私营企业,甚至允许外商投资。In May 1979, Chinese officials brought a group of visiting American businessmen to an undeveloped area in China near Hong Kong. The officials gestured out over the horizon to where China was planning to allow its first economic zone. #39;All that the Americans could see,#39; Mr. Caryl writes, #39;was the usual South China landscape: there were rice paddies, worked by peasants and their water buffalo.#39; In fact, the group was viewing a site that would become Shenzhen─today a city of more than 10 million people and home to one of the most lucrative manufacturing centers in the world.1979年5月,中国官员带领一队到访的美国商人前往距离香港不远的一块尚待开发的地区,官员们指着地平线,用手比划中国计划允许建立首个经济区的地方。“在场的所有美国人能够看到的,”卡里尔写道,“这是典型的华南地貌:到处是农民和水牛耕种其间的稻田。”实际上,这群人目睹的地方后来成了深圳──今天这座城市的人口超过了1,000万,是世界上最赚钱的制造业中心之一。While Deng was visiting the U.S., Margaret Thatcher was in London preparing to run for prime minister. By then, Britain#39;s economy had slumped so badly that it had become the first developed nation to go to the International Monetary Fund for support. #39;This was a humiliation of epochal proportions,#39; says Mr. Caryl. #39;A country that had been at the heart of the Western economic and political system found itself reduced to the status of a banana republic.#39;就在邓小平访美的时候,玛格丽特#8226;撒切尔正在伦敦准备竞选首相。当时,英国经济下滑之严重,英国成了第一个向国际货币基金组织(International Monetary Fund)寻求援助的发达国家。“这是一个奇耻大辱,”卡里尔说,“一个曾经是西方政治、经济体制核心的国家发现自己沦落到香蕉共和国的地位。”Making matters worse, in late 1978 and early 1979 the British suffered through a series of paralyzing labor strikes and high unemployment, giving the grocer#39;s daughter an opening to campaign against Labour Prime Minister James Callaghan with the slogan, #39;Labour Isn#39;t Working.#39; But Thatcher was running against more than her opponent─her platform of privatization, spending cuts and self-reliance was a challenge to the views that had come to dominate both of Britain#39;s political parties and, for that matter, most of the developed world.雪上加霜的是,英国在1978年底和1979年初经历了一系列让经济瘫痪的工人罢工以及高企的失业率。这给了这位杂货店老板的女儿一个机会,她打出了“工人没有工作(工党没有作为)”(Labour Isn#39;t Working)的口号与工党首相詹姆斯#8226;卡拉汉(James Callaghan)竞选。然而撒切尔不光是在和她的竞争对手较量──她为私有化、削减开和自主自立搭建的平台对于已经主导了英国两大政党、其实也配了大多数发达国家的观点提出了挑战。The reigning ideology favored more government intervention into the economy and an expanding welfare state. #39;The aim of the Thatcherite counterrevolution,#39; Mr. Caryl writes, #39;was to dismantle the postwar consensus.#39; Thatcher#39;s transformational moves─facing down the unions, selling off state-owned businesses─would come later, but the groundwork was laid with her first campaign as Conservative leader in 1979. Her win, Mr. Caryl argues, #39;reflected a fundamental shift in British thinking.#39; As Labour#39;s Peter Mandelson would say years later, #39;We are all Thatcherites now.#39;当时的执政理念倾向于让政府更多地干预经济并扩大国家福利。卡里尔写道,“撒切尔逆革命潮流的目的是废除战后的共识政治。”撒切尔的转型举措──打压工会、出售国有企业──会在晚一些时候推出,但是在她以保守党领袖初次参加竞选时就已经埋下了伏笔。她的获胜,卡里尔说,“反映了英国思维的根本性转变。”正如工党的彼得#8226;曼德尔森(Peter Mandelson)多年后所说:“我们现在都是撒切尔了。”Another fundamental shift was under way elsewhere in Europe. With a puff of white smoke at the Vatican on Oct. 16, 1978, a Polish cardinal─Karol Jozef Wojtyla─was chosen as the first non-Italian pope in more than 400 years. Pope John Paul II had nothing to say on the economic theories being put into practice by Thatcher and Deng, but his June 1979 trip to his Polish homeland represented an even greater challenge to a reigning orthodoxy─specifically, the ideas underlying the Soviet empire.欧洲另一个地方也在发生着根本性的变化。随着一缕白烟于1978年10月16日在梵蒂冈升起,波兰红衣主教──卡罗尔#8226;约瑟夫#8226;沃伊蒂瓦(Karol Jozef Wojtyla)──成为400多年来第一位非意大利教皇。对于撒切尔和邓小平付诸实践的经济理论,教皇约翰#8226;保罗二世没有什么可说的,但是1979年他的祖国波兰之行却是对一个在朝正统思想的更大挑战──具体说来,就是苏联帝国统治下的思想。Over the course of nine days, the pope gave 39 sermons attended by an estimated 11 million Poles. The church, not the state, organized these vast assemblies─a crucial experience that would be put to use in the Solidarity rallies that led to martial law in 1981 and, ultimately, to the collapse of the Eastern Bloc in 1989.在九天的访问行程中,教皇主持了39场布道,参加布道的波兰人估计达1,100万。组织这些大型集会的是教堂而非政府──这是一次十分重要的经验,团结工会(Solidarity) 后来运用这些经验举行集会,导致波兰1981年实施军事戒严,并最终在1989年导致东欧集团的瓦解。The pope#39;s message was a religious one, of course, but it was also a rebuke to Marxist doctrine. #39;Dear brothers and sisters,#39; the pope said in one sermon, #39;do not let yourselves be seduced by the temptation to think that man can fully find himself by denying God, erasing prayer from his life and remaining only a worker, deluding himself that what he produces can on its own fill the needs of the human heart.#39; As Mr. Caryl points out: #39;Never before had a Communist Party in the Soviet bloc endured such a direct public challenge to its ideological and informational hegemony.#39;教皇传达的自然是宗教讯息,但它也是对马克思主义学说的谴责。“亲爱的兄弟,”教皇在一次布道中说,“不要让自己受人蛊惑,认为否定上帝、在生活中消灭祷告、只做一名劳动者人就可以充分发现自我,让自己误以为自己制造的东西可以自动满足人类内心的需求。”就像卡里尔指出的:“在苏联集团里从来没有哪个共产党容忍过对其意识形态和信息霸权这样直接公开的挑战。”In January 1979, a very different revolution was taking part in Iran. The rise of the Ayatollah Khomeini and the Islamic Republic of Iran not only deposed a corrupt American ally─the shah─but also represented the end of the leftist parties in Iran. The ayotallah and his followers had little use for godless Marxism, and the Soviet Union was as much an enemy for the ayotollah#39;s followers as the U.S. A young Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was among the radical students who urged, without success, a siege of the Soviet embassy instead of the American one.1979年1月,伊朗发生了一场迥然不同的革命。宗教领袖霍梅尼的上台和伊朗伊斯兰共和国(Islamic Republic of Iran)的成立不仅废黜了一个腐败的美国盟友──伊朗国王──而且也标志着伊朗左翼政党执政的终结。这位宗教领袖和他的追随者不怎么喜欢无神论的马克思主义,对霍梅尼的追随者而言,苏联与美国一样是敌人。一位名叫马哈茂德#8226;艾哈迈迪-内贾德(Mahmoud Ahmadinejad)的年轻人就是激进的学生之一,他力主包围苏联大使馆而不是美国大使馆,但没有成功。For the Soviet Union, the Islamic Revolution ushered into power an enemy of its enemy, but not a friend. For the ed States, it was a wake-up call that the march of communism was not the only global threat. What nobody could predict was that the new threat would long outlive the old one.对苏联而言,这场伊斯兰革命(Islamic Revolution)让其敌人的敌人上台执政,但却不是它的朋友。对美国来说,这场革命敲响了警钟,共产主义的蔓延并不是唯一的全球威胁。大家没能预料到的是,新威胁比旧威胁历时更久。But the broader effect of Khomeini#39;s revolution was on the rest of the Islamic world. For the first time since the fall of the Ottoman Empire an overtly Islamic movement had seized political power. This achievement reverberated beyond Iran, inspiring even the country#39;s natural enemies in the Arab Sunni world. #39;After Khomeini, the Islamists did not just talk,#39; Mr. Caryl writes. #39;They acted. The most potent legacy of the Islamic revolution in Iran was simply to show it could be done.#39;然而霍梅尼革命更广泛的影响产生在其它伊斯兰世界。自从奥斯曼帝国覆灭以来,一场公然展开的伊斯兰运动首次攫取了政治权力。这一成果产生的反响超出了伊朗之外,甚至对这个国家在逊尼派阿拉伯世界的宿敌起到了鼓舞作用。“霍梅尼革命之后,伊斯兰教徒不再只停留在语言上,”卡里尔写道,“他们行动了。伊朗伊斯兰革命最有影响的遗产就是向人明,革命是可以成功的。”The Soviet invasion of Afghanistan in December was also one of the major stories of 1979 and, like the others chronicled in #39;Strange Rebels,#39; one that was historically significant in ways not apparent until later. The long, costly and ultimately fruitless war pushed the Soviet Union closer to collapse, helping to bring an end to the Cold War. It also helped set the stage for the next global conflict by providing a rallying point and training ground for militant Islam. After all, it was to fight the Soviets that Osama bin Laden first came to Afghanistan.苏联12月入侵阿富汗也是1979年的主要历史事件之一。就像《奇怪的叛道者》中记录的其它事件一样,它的历史重要性要在事后才显现出来。这场旷日持久、代价高昂、最终无果的战争将苏联进一步推到了崩溃的边缘,促进了冷战的结束。这场战争为伊斯兰武装分子提供了集结点和训练场地,因而为下一场全球冲突创造了条件。毕竟,奥萨马#8226;本#8226;拉登(Osama bin Laden)首次到阿富汗是为了与苏联人战斗。#39;Strange Rebels,#39; though engagingly written, is occasionally repetitive, and Mr. Caryl#39;s effort to craft a coherent narrative out of a series of disparate and chaotic events is at times a bit forced. But the er comes away convinced that the forces set in motion, for good and for ill, in 1979 set the stage for the world we see today, in ways that were hard to see at the time. We#39;ll no doubt face another turning point (maybe we aly have?), and when we do, there is no guarantee that it will be any more obvious than it was in 1979.《奇怪的叛道者》虽然文笔动人,但是偶尔也有赘述之处,卡里尔力图将一系列互不相关、杂乱无序的事件进行有机连贯地叙述,这个尝试有时有点牵强。但是读者放下书时会相信,1979年启动的大事,不管是好是坏,都为我们今天看到的世界做好了铺垫,而这一点当时是很难看到的。毫无疑问,我们还会面临新的转折点(也许我们已经在面对了?),当我们真的面对它的时候,没人能保它会比1979年的转折更明显。 /201305/239263武汉/胯部靠近阴茎的地方溃烂怎么办

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