Tuesday, November 13, 2018

6 Signs He's Just Not That Into You

I know you hate this phrase. I hate it more. Mostly, because it's true-- even when we are living in complete denial about it. Sorry, but if he's not calling you, it's not because all of his fingers were chopped off in a freak text messaging accident or he's lying in a coma somewhere. It's because he doesn't like you or doesn't like you enough to call you.
You have to be aware that even though you may be enjoying an LSD-like love high, your new significant other may be feeling something entirely different.
Oftentimes, I get asked about red flags in dating and relationships. From personal experience and those of so many ladies I know, I have compiled a few warning signals to watch out for and how to deal with them.  As always, there are exceptions but I am never the exception, and probably, neither are you.

1.     He talks about his ex frequently.

Your Relationship Bill of Rights

When we enter into long-term relationships—and certainly marriages—we may keep in our mind a list of the things we'd like to get from (and, one hopes, are willing to give to) a partner. Recent research suggests certain gestures are especially important for fostering satisfaction and are closely associated with couples' long-term success. Collectively, these can be thought of as a Relationship Bill of Rights.

"Expectations are essential, and if you're not expecting good stuff, then you very likely won't get it," says social psychology professor Eli Finkel, who directs the Relationships and Motivation Lab at Northwestern University and is the author of The All-Or-Nothing Marriage. "We should be honest with ourselves about what things are essential for us to get through the marriage, focus on those things, and let the other things go."
This goal, he says, shouldn't be put aside when couples face conflict, because every partner has the right to disagree—and to be imperfect. "It's constructive to think of difficulties not only as unpleasant circumstances to be endured but also as opportunities to learn about each other and deepen the relationship," Finkel says. "I'm optimistic about people's ability to make progress on problems." But he notes that resolution is more likely if partners' beliefs about relationships are not based on the theory that people must find the one and only individual who's perfect for them. The idea that any given partner is "meant to be"—or not—can make someone more likely to discard a relationship when hard times hit, convinced that the search for an ideal mate needs to continue elsewhere.
The following rights have consistently been found to form a baseline that gives couples the best chance of going the distance.
  • You have the right to your partner's attention.

A Royal December to Remember, 17 Shows | 1 Venue| Dec 21 -Jan 2, 2019. QUEEN MOREMI AJASORO 'THE MUSICAL'

Bolanle Austen-Peters Productions and House of Oduduwa are pleased to announce the birth of another riveting stage play from the producers of the ever green Saro the Musical, Wakaa the Musical and Fela and the Kalakuta Queens 

This December, BAP Productions and House of Oduduwa bring to you “QUEEN MOREMI THE MUSICAL” an authentic African super heroine story, that brings

Monday, November 12, 2018

It will cost $8bn to buy ‘experience management’ company Qualtrics - says SAP

German software giant SAP says it will spend $8bn on acquiring US "experience management" firm Qualtrics, betting on fast-paced growth ahead in a new area of data crunching.
In a statement late on Sunday, the Walldorf-based group said it

UNIPORT Wins 14th West African Universities Games

University of Port Harcourt has won the 14th West Africa Universities Games (WAUG) which it hosted. 

The university emerged the overall winner of the

Talks on for Access Bank to Acquire Diamond Bank

Access Bank is set to add Diamond Bank’s portfolio to its assets in the next few months, The Nation has learnt.

Talks on the acquisition are on, according to sources, who said the fusion is set for the first quarter of next year.

It was gathered that

Kylie Jenner And Travis Scott's Relationship Is Cuter

Irrespective of being famous Kylie Jenner guards her relationship with baby daddy Travis Scott just as closely. 

But recently, Kylie started offering fans a peek at just how adorable their relationship really is when she posted

Thursday, November 8, 2018

Allan Gray's Africa bond fund buys up local-currency bonds, in Egypt, Nigeria and Ghana, where it could get yields of above 15%

Cape Town-based Allan Gray’s Africa bond fund has managed to outdo its peers this year and protect itself against the sell-off buffeting emerging markets, largely by buying local debt in Nigeria, Egypt and Ghana.

The $430m Africa, excluding-South Africa, bond fund, the biggest with a focus solely on the continent,

The True Story of “Hidden Figures,” the Forgotten Women Who Helped Win the Space Race

As America stood on the brink of a Second World War, the push for aeronautical advancement grew ever greater, spurring an insatiable demand for mathematicians. Women were the solution. Ushered into the Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory in 1935 to shoulder the burden of number crunching, they acted as human computers, freeing the engineers of hand calculations in the decades before the digital age. Sharp and successful, the female population at Langley skyrocketed.

Many of these “computers” are finally getting their due,

Wednesday, November 7, 2018

Web Inventor Tim Berners-Lee Wants to protect the Internet. Here's How

Tim Berners-Lee invented the World Wide Web nearly 30 years ago. Now he wants to fix it.

Berners-Lee on Monday revealed a new campaign called "Contract for the Web" at the Web Summit tech conference in Lisbon, Portugal. The campaign promotes principles




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