Your Imperfection Makes You More Attractive




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When we’re attractive, we also become more influential, more likable, and more persuasive, and more people will want to befriend us or pursue a romantic relationship with us. But what is it exactly that makes someone so attractive? Well, you don’t have to be perfect. Sometimes, it’s the ”flaws” that make you attractive. So, what are they? Watch to find out.

If you’re still not convinced after watching this video, watch our video on the signs you’re actually attractive, even if you don’t think so:

Writer: Chloe Avenasa
Script Editor: Isadora Ho
Script Manager: Kelly Soong
VO: Amanda Silvera
Animator: Hannah Roldan
YouTube Manager: Cindy Cheong

References
Feather, N. T. (1995). Values, valences, and choice: The influences of values on the perceived attractiveness and choice of alternatives. Journal of personality and social psychology, 68(6), 1135.
Keltner, D., Young, R. C., Heerey, E. A., Oemig, C., & Monarch, N. D. (1998). Teasing in hierarchical and intimate relations. Journal of personality and social psychology, 75(5), 1231.
Kennedy, J. (2018). Oversharing is the norm. In Digital Intimate Publics and Social Media (pp. 265-280). Palgrave Macmillan, Cham.



Easy Exercises That You Can Practice To Prevent Stress

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Being stressed is a normal part of life. Keeping that in mind, there is no reason why one should let stress get out of control. Turning stress from a major concern to a minor concern depends on one’s effort and individual personality. The following advice will teach you how to cope with stress.

You should try and keep the stress in your life under control. Prolonged high stress levels can cause some serious health problems, like high blood pressure, heart attack, stroke, stomach ulcers, depression, insomnia and sore muscles. Getting adquate sleep will minimize stress and can even reduce the possibility of getting sick.

If you have ever heard the saying that laughter is the best medicine, it’s true! A great way to reduce stress is simply to laugh. Laughter is nature’s way of reducing the levels of stress hormones in your body. Along with reducing stress hormones, laughter also increases the good hormones in your body like endorphins and neurotransmitters, all of which help to make us happy.

In order to keep your stress level under control, try screaming into a pillow. This will do wonders for stress relief, as long as you do not do it enough to hurt your vocal chords. Screaming has a calming effect that can almost be euphoric for some people.

Sometimes, you will get stressed out if you do not have anything to look forward to in the future. If you are dating someone, plan a vacation a couple of months in advance. This will give you something in the future to get excited about every time you feel down.

To lower your stress levels. make sure you exercise at least three to five times each week for thirty minutes each session. The exercise can be anything from running and swimming to simply a daily walk. Exercise has the benefit of releasing endorphins, chemicals that enhance your mood, making it a great way to de-stress at the end of a hectic day!

A great tip that can help you keep your stress levels down is to not be so serious all the time. Enjoy a good laugh whenever you can and try to smile as much as possible. These simple acts can go a long way in keeping your stress down.



You should never feel as though your stress is a victimless crime. It is sure to be affecting those people nearest and dearest to you. Even if it doesn’t cause your children to be scared of you or your coworkers to avoid you, there is always one other victim – you.

Exercise to relieve stress. If you find that you are under stress from your job or personal situation, regular exercise can help you feel better. Taking a long walk, going to the gym, dancing or doing yoga are all forms of exercise that can help you feel less stressed.

Running is one of the absolute best activities you can do to help you reduce stress. Not only does it help you to clear your mind, it also releases endorphins into your body that help you to feel more relaxed. It’s not called a runner’s high for no reason at all.

A good tip that can help you keep your stress levels down is to stop comparing yourself to everyone that you meet. If you’re always worried about what other people have and what you don’t have, you’ll never be happy. All you can do is focus on yourself.

When you feel like you are doing too much, you may need to learn to say “no.” You may want to please others, but taking on too many responsibilities is a surefire path to stress.

To reduce the amount of stress hormones in your body, find ways to laugh! Laughter has been proven to be one of the best defenses the body has against stress. Try keeping a few funny jokes, pictures, or videos on-hand so that you can look at them when you’re feeling burnt out. You’ll be surprised at how much better a little laughter makes you feel.

A great tip that can help you keep your stress down is to invest in a day planner. Day planners are great to have because they allow you to write down important details that you might forget. You’ll be much better organized and your stress levels will go down.

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Sit back and try guided imagery. This is when you close your eyes and picture yourself in the most calming surroundings. This has to be a place where you would feel calm and relaxed and not have distractions all around you. Picture every small detail of your quiet place and concentrate on them. You will feel much better in a few minutes.

If you find yourself feeling stressed out a lot, then exercising regularly will help. Exercise releases endorphins which can make the mind and your mood calmer. Your aim should be to exercise 3 to 5 times per week for 30 minutes. This will reduce your stress levels and get you feeling more grounded.

Make sure you are organized in all aspects of your life if you would like to reduce your stress levels. Losing things, and forgetting what you are supposed to be doing, can cause excess stress and frustration. You will reduce the amount of stress in your life if you stay organized and take control.

To handle stress, first you have to recognize it in your life. Your might be under stress and not even know it because stress is part of your daily life. If you are often tired and your body is frequently tense, those are sure signs of stress. When you recognize the signs, you can take care of them more effectively.

Making the effort to keep stress as a minor annoyance, instead of a major one, takes time. Tuck these tips away for a time when you’re experiencing stress, and then you’ll feel more in control of your feelings. Don’t let stress take over your life; use these tips to deal with it.



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