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    A relationship coach has revealed some of the strategies you can use to help deal with the discomfort of rejection - from realising it's not always personal to speaking to yourself in a positive way. Paige Moyce, a relationship and dating coach from the UK, shared the tips on the topic in a recent video on TikTok. In the video, titled how to get over rejection, she discussed how rejection is a part of life, but it is still a painful thing to deal with. @paigemoyce #lifecoachpaige #relationshipcoachpaige #rejection #rejectiontherapy #rejectionhurts #rejectionadvice #fearofrejection #gettingrejected #gettingrejectedbyafreshman #mindsetadvice #relationshipcoach #relationshipcoaching #relationshipcoaches #feelingrejected #lifecoachuk #lifecoachingtips #lifecoachingforwomen #lifecoachingtipsforyou #lifecoachesoftiktok ♬ original sound - Relationship Coach A relationship coach has discussed rejection, and offered strategies for how to deal with the disappointment and sting of rejection when you are dating (stock image) RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Vacations from hell! Fail photos show how tourists tend do... Love at first EMAIL! Illinois woman, 21, who spent SEVEN... Love is still blooming! Couple, 61, recreate a sweet snap 40......
    An Australian woman has slammed beauty magazines for continuing to promote plus-size models, saying it's 'unhealthy' for young readers. The woman spoke to Common Ground Convos, a TikTok page that interviews everyday Aussies on the streets of Melbourne, discussing a controversial Cosmopolitan cover featuring a plus-size influencer. The publication has released similar covers in the past, but the Melbourne woman objected to the normalising of 'fat people' and said the magazine was ignoring common health guidelines. 'I can't do fat people. Do you want a fat person waddling, they can't walk because their thighs are so big? It's not healthy, and it doesn't look good,' she told the channel. An Australian woman slammed beauty magazines for continuing to promote plus-size models saying it's 'unhealthy' for young readers The woman admitted she 'wasn't politically correct', saying 'it's not OK to be fat' and objected to plus-size models continually being used on covers. 'Would you ever consider that healthy?' the host asked the woman, before she immediately replied 'no'. 'Who you ever consider that beautiful?' he asked, before she again responded 'no'....
    It’s about one-third of the way into Not Okay that the most interesting character finally shows up. In the film, which is now available on Hulu, Rowan Aldren (Mia Isaac) is a New York City teenager who’s part of a support group for survivors of violence. Self-possessed and confident beyond her years, she’s become an avatar for the gun control battle after surviving a mass shooting at her school. High-profile rallies are as much a part of her schedule as group projects. Somewhere between classes, her weekly support meetings, and sessions at a rage room—where she smashes household objects with a bat to vent her frustration—she finds the time to deliver impassioned speeches calling for stricter gun laws. She lays the blame for massacres like the one she survived at the feet of politicians who, in her view, have decided to trade the lives of young people for votes. She does this knowing that it puts her at physical and psychological risk. Every speech means reliving the horror of hearing her classmates be executed one by one. At school, a...
    President Joe Biden’s consistent defenders on The View clashed on Monday over the president’s meeting with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, with co-host Sunny Hostin bashing the notorious fist bump and Joy Behar justifying Biden’s actions. Biden’s decision to meet with MBS during his recent Middle East trip had already sparked controversy, mainly because of his campaign promise to make Saudi Arabia a “pariah” state over bin Salman’s role in assassinating journalist Jamal Khashoggi in 2018. The president’s greeting with the smirking crown prince prompted outrage from critics who felt Biden was giving Khashoggi’s killer a pass. “Hey @POTUS, Is this the accountability you promised for my murder?” Khashoggi’s fiancée Hatice Cengiz tweeted, alongside a caption from her late partner’s Twitter account: “The blood of MBS’s next victim is on your hands.” Biden, meanwhile, has laughed off the criticism of the fist bump while saying he’s “sorry” Cengiz “feels that way.” He also called it a “silly question” when pressed by reporters on whether he could pledge that Saudi Arabia wouldn’t target other critics in the future. Returning after...
    The CEO of a travel recruitment company who identifies as non-binary and uses the pronouns 'she' and 'they' says they were constantly referred to as 'the man in the dress' at a major trade show in London last week.  Chris King, who founded Lightning Travel Recruitment in 2019, criticised some colleagues in the travel industry on LinkedIn saying they'd been branded a 'trouble-maker' and 'attention-seeker' for highlighting the discrimination.   King attended one of the industry's largest travel shows, World Travel Market, held in the first week of November at ExCel, wearing a cream knee-length belted dress and black ankle boots with a front zip detail.  Scroll down for video  CEO of Lightning Travel Recruitment, Chris King, attended one of the world's biggest travel trade shows last week in London wearing a cream dress - they say they were referred to frequently as 'the man in the dress'  In an emotive post shared on LinkedIn, the business owner said there was some irony to the abuse they'd received, saying: 'Imagine asking an industry that thrives by promoting diverse destinations to...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Star tennis player Naomi Osaka is talking about her decision to drop out of the French Open to prioritize her mental health.RELATED: Tennis champion Naomi Osaka withdraws from French Open"It's okay to not be okay."That's the message Osaka is sending in her essay just published in Time Magazine, along with her cover photo.She says she learned you can never please everyone.In May, Osaka pulled out of the tournament because she was suffering from anxiety and depression.RELATED: Nike backs Naomi Osaka after she withdraws from French OpenShe says she wants to make her fans proud during the Tokyo Olympics.WATCH: 'Your Mental health: A Bay Area Conversation' virtual town hall addressing COVID-19 impact on mental healthEMBED More News Videos Watch ABC7's one-hour virtual town hall, "Your Mental Health: A Bay Area Conversation," with mental health experts, providing real solutions to help you make each day better.
    Former President Donald Trump was heavily criticized for calling COVID-19 the “China Virus” and other similar terms, but geographic identifiers are commonly used to refer to COVID-19 variants. Some have suggested that Trump referring to coronavirus as “China Virus” and “Wuhan Flu” lead to a rise in hate crimes against Asian-Americans. Is this distinction between the “China Virus” and, for example, the “South African variant” a double-standard or a legitimate difference? Several medical experts and scientists told the Daily Caller the difference lies in helping the public understand what’s happening. So there’s an “Indian,” “Brazilian,” “South African,” and “British” variant? But it’s beyond the pale to name Covid as the “Wuhan,” or “China” virus. Personally, I always preferred “CCP-19,” to remind the world who was responsible for the mendacity at the heart of the crisis. https://t.co/e3tXTL7Wll — Mark Dubowitz (@mdubowitz) April 4, 2021 The variants of the virus do have different technical names — for instance, B.1.1.7 for the “U.K. variant,” — but the general public can’t realistically be asked to remember all of those, the experts said. “Some...
    MARRIED AT First Sight Australia's Jessika Power has revealed that she can't stop crying and "feels so down" because she's "going through something". The 28-year-old star did not share any details about what she is struggling with, but said that she was speaking out to let fans know "it's okay not to be okay". 4Jessika opened up to fans on Instagram Taking to her Instagram Story, the reality TV favourite filmed herself in a simple blue dress as she spoke directly to the camera. In the lengthy video, Jessika explained that she "didn't understand" influencers who would post clips of themselves crying on social media. She continued: "I'm going through something at the moment, I'm really upset and it's gotten me quite down. I have just been crying all night and all day. "I was sitting in the bathroom to do work, putting my make-up on and trying to pick an outfit to wear and I just sat there like: 'Wow, it's so funny, I'm really down right now and I'm just going to have to smile and put on...
    The head of the World Health Organization says that “it is not right” for healthier adults and young people in rich countries to get vaccinated against COVID-19 before older people in poorer countries. Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus opened a week-long meeting of the WHO executive council on Monday – virtually, from its headquarters in Geneva – lamenting that only 25 doses of the vaccine have been provided in a single poor country, while more than 39 million doses have been administered in nearly 50 wealthier countries. Still Tedros, an Ethiopian who is known by his first name, praised the scientific achievement following the distribution of the vaccines less than a year after the pandemic emerged in China, where the WHO-backed team has now been deployed to investigate. the origins of the coronavirus. “The vaccines are administered in the arm that we all need, literally and metaphorically,” he said. “But now we face the real danger that, even when vaccines bring hope to some, they become yet another barrier of inequality between the worlds of the haves and the...
    Covid economy Texas: From a bar owner to a hair stylist, Americans struggle in a pandemic economy Burger King is taking a page out of McDonalds playbook, with Amazon-esque drive-thrus that predict what you want to order I Am Not Okay With This cocreator explains why Netflix canceled the show even though it was supposed to run for 2 seasons © Netflix "I Am Not Okay With This" is based on a comic book by Charles Forsman. Netflix In an interview with Insider, Netflix showrunner Jonathan Entwistle revealed more about why "I Am Not Okay With This" was canceled earlier this year. Even before season one premiered, Entwistle and the creative team had planned out a second season as the series' ending. But then COVID-19 impacted production costs, which led to the streamer pulling the plug. After "I Am Not Okay With This" was canceled, Entwistle said he asked Netflix if he could go back and recut the first season finale's cliffhanger ending, but the request was denied. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. When "I Am...
    The actress Jenny Slate has apologized for her “flawed” decision to voice a non-white character on the Netflix show “Big Mouth.” Slate announced that she is stepping aside from the role, acknowledging that her initial decision to voice the animated character was a symptom of her “white privilege.”  She explained that she originally thought it was okay because her character, Missy, has a white Jewish mother. But she now understands that she could only take on that role because of “unjust allowances made within a system of societal white supremacy.” She makes a salient point, of course. It is well known that the ultimate goal of any Nazi or Klan member is to be a voice actor for a mixed race cartoon character. Slate promised to do her part to fight the white supremacist scourge by “engaging in meaningful anti-racist action,” and she expressed deep remorse for anyone she may have “hurt” by doing voice overs on a cartoon show.  On the same day, actress Kristen Bell stepped aside from her role voicing a non-white character named Molly on the...
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