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SECRETS OF GOOD MARRIAGE AND RELATIONSHIPS

SECRETS OF GOOD MARRIAGE AND RELATIONSHIPS
Pretend you just met.
Whether you've been together for six months or six years, spend some time each day acting as if you just started dating. Ask him what he thought of that TV episode or share what you'd do if you won the lottery. "Over time, couples stop asking those exploratory, get-to-know-you questions because they think they already understand each other," says Terri Orbuch, Ph.D., author of 5 Simple Steps to Take Your Marriage from Good to Great. But because we all continue to change and develop, little daily check-ins like this are what keep the connection growing, according to Orbuch's research of 373 pairs. Chat about something besides the daily grind—at least for a bit.
Nurture your friends' relationships.
You might divorce-proof your own. According to researchers, the breakup of a close pal's marriage increases your odds of splitting by as much as 75 percent. "Some people may see another's divorce as permission to change their own life," says study coauthor Rose McDermott, Ph.D. But when you encourage friends to stay together (happily), you may generate reasons that also apply to your bond.
Burn bras (together).
Forget flowers—feminism is the new romance, say experts at Rutgers University in New Jersey. Women whose male partner is a feminist report better relationship quality, while men with feminist partners experience more sexual satisfaction and relationship stability. "A male feminist partner may increase a woman's ability to realize her own goals and career ambitions," says study author Laurie Rudman, Ph.D. "And male feminists are probably not threatened by their partner's strivings." Plus, these women may be more likely to initiate sex, and no guy will complain about that.
Don't win an Oscar.
That is unless you'd like to thank the academy for ruining your relationship. A Best Actress winner is 63 percent more likely to have her marriage end before her category mates do, say researchers at Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Toronto. (And it's not an honor just to be nominated either: Sixty percent of all nominees, male or female, experience at least one divorce after getting a nod.) While the breakup rate might seem like celebrity hogwash, the findings may speak to an underlying social norm: Sudden one-sided success can put a strain on a romantic partnership. "The increased rate of divorce may be due to a husband's discomfort with his wife's success," says study author Colleen Stuart, Ph.D. "On the other hand, the wife may grow dissatisfied with her current marital arrangement because she now has the confidence and opportunity to move away from a bad relationship." Try to remain a power couple: Encourage and celebrate each other's successes, big and small.
Tweet responsibly.
According to a survey of 100,000 people from OkCupid.com, avid tweeters tend to have shorter relationships—10 percent shorter, on average—than those who don't microblog. "Having your eyes glued to a smartphone screen isn't exactly conducive to romance," says Hatt. Be sure your tendency toward technology (tweets, texts, and otherwise) doesn't take up time better spent engaging in heart-to-heart communication with your guy.
Hold a grudge (as long as he doesn't).
Provided that your partner is able to bounce back from spats, you'll experience greater satisfaction, even if you tend to stay P.O.'d, according to recent research. The mark of a good recovery: You don't allow conflicts about one issue—say, money—to spill over into other areas of your relationship, such as how you help each other after a tough day, says study author Jessica E. Salvatore, Ph.D., of the University of Minnesota. A yang to your yin yields harmony.
Control the boozing.
Any relationship will be shaken and stirred by too much alcohol, but research suggests that young adults who drink heavily (meaning four or more drinks on one occasion for women; five or more for guys) are less likely to wed in the first place and may be at greater risk for early separation if they do. Partyers may be more likely to have commitment issues to begin with, and once they couple up their bonds may be unstable. "If you're going to be in a solid intimate partnership, you're going to need all the good judgment and compassion you can muster," says Hatt. Which means keeping the drinking in check.
Be the beauty to his beast.
Coupling up with an average Joe (with a beer belly) may be the key to long-term love. According to a study in the Journal of Family Psychology, when men were married to more attractive women, they seemed more likely to step up to the plate, says study author Benjamin R. Karney, Ph.D., a professor of psychology at the University of California at Los Angeles. "But when husbands were better-looking, they didn't seem as engaged in helping their wives achieve their goals." (Size matters too: When women had a lower BMI than their guy, both partners tended to be more satisfied, according to other research.) The real secret to success? Support. Whether you're motivated by a gorgeous face or some other quality, couples are more likely to enjoy long-run happiness when they're invested in each other's welfare.
Limit the chick flicks.
If Jennifer Aniston and Ashton Kutcher regularly appear in your living room, your union could be in the danger zone. "Romantic comedies can set up unreasonable expectations, which may lead to unnecessary suffering," says Sean Patrick Hatt, Ph.D., a psychologist in Seattle. "Comparing yourselves with idealized others is a recipe for misery." Sure, rom-coms can be feel-good escapes, but they may also promote magical thinking about relationships. For example, as partnerships mature and the initial intensity tends to fade, many couples try to recapture the euphoria they had in the beginning, says Hatt. "And that sort of thinking is only reinforced by Hollywood endings," he adds. Stocking your Netflix queue? Treat the rom-coms as, well, treats.
Twist the sheets at least once a week.
The average American gets busy about two or three times a month, but increasing your romps to once a week generates as much bliss as scoring an extra $50,000 in income, according to researchers from Dartmouth College and the University of Warwick in England. It's not so much the sex itself that leads to happiness; the frequency is a better marker for a successful relationship. "Couples who like each other end up in bed more often," says study author Andrew J. Oswald, Ph.D. "And it's the liking-each-other part that increases joy." But seriously, who needs a reason? Bank on more booty.

Secrets of Good health

Secrets of Good health
1. EAT ONLY WHEN TRULY HUNGRY. Mouth waters, hunger in throat, tongue is pink & clear. Happy & relaxed. Food digest well—no bloating or fatigue after meals. Overeating is indulging in sensual mind appetite—causing body illness & spiritual insensitivity.
2. PROPER ACID/ALKALINE & YIN/YANG BALANCE. Eat more raw fruits & vegetables with some cooked foods in warm/hot weather. You can eat more cooked grains, soups, beans, casseroles in winter, & less raw foods to keep warm & good internal balance in cold weather.
3. EAT ONLY WHOLE NATURAL FOODS MOSTLY. Choose whole grains cooked: wheat, brown rice, millet, oats, corn, buckwheat, barley & rye. Eat fresh organic chemical-free vegetables & fruits, seeds & nuts. Avoid processed & preserved foods. Use Sea Vegetables—rich in minerals & very healthy for immunity & organs.
4. CHEW FOOD WELL. Stomach’s have no teeth. Chewing well brings out the sweet taste in foods. Meat loses flavor when chewed long—therefore not a good choice of whole food. When sick fast 1 to 5 days, or eat only vegetables & rice. Whole food complex carbohydrate digestion starts in the mouth with the saliva enzyme Ptylin, which converts food into nutrients usable by body.
Chewing develops spirituality & sensitivity. Mental clarity & good judgment improves with mastication, & leads to satisfaction after eating, and minimizes overeating.
5. NEVER EAT IN PAIN, TIRED OR IN EMOTIONAL DISTRESS. These states cause body enervation & impedes digestive juices, & causes indigestion & toxins to accumulate in the organs of assimilation & elimination. Eat when relaxed & cheerful.
Wait until you are calm to eat. Rest.
6. AVOID HOT & COLD FOOD. This suspends digestion & wastes body energy. Eat food warm, but not too hot. Avoid iced drinks before, during and after meals. It creates mucous & digestive problems.
7. FASTING OR CLEANSING DIET. Water fasts, Lemon Juice Cleans, raw fruits & vegetables, & their juices are all good body cell, organ & blood cleansers when the body requires it. Best time is Spring or Summer.
8. FOOD COMBINING. Incompatibility in foods can cause gastric upsets in some people. Avoid raw fruits with any cooked carbs or protein. Eat raw fruit on empty stomach, especially melons, all fruit digests quickly,(15 minutes), & if eaten with other foods, can cause gas, bloating & indigestion. Acid raw fruits can be combined with proteins, like lemon or pineapple with fish or nuts/seeds or nut milk
9. EAT ONLY TO 80% CAPACITY. Stop before full. Overeating causes excess diseases—more is taken in than eliminated. Overeating brings blood to lower digestive system, & takes blood away from the brain. Clarity is diminished with full stomach. An alert clear mind equals success, inner security, good health and longevity.
10. ENJOY YOUR FOOD. Eat with the spirit of thankfulness, gratitude & enjoyment
11. THE KITCHEN IS YOUR PHARMACY.
Your daily food is your internal medicine. Choose whole foods wisely; proper prepar-ation of daily meals is crucial to well-being.
Most illnesses are avoided with proper nutrition. No need for doctors if you eat healthy and well, with good insight.
12 ”BODY, EARTH, & SPIRIT NOT TWO”
Body is not separate from Heaven & Earth.
We are ONE with Great Nature. Incorrect attitude to think we are separate from this earth. To enhance physical sensitivity & spiritual cultivation, eat more vegetable foods. Lessen animal foods, dairy & refined sugar of all kinds, excessive fruits & juices.
These foods weaken our ability to feel, heal & diagnosis other’s diseased conditions.
Eating well increases awareness that we & the earth are One Integrated Whole. Our understanding & sensitivity will increase dramatically, with clarity & wisdom.
13. GO OUTDOORS AFTER MEALS & NO CLOSE WORK. This practice can improve your health & longevity dramatically. Why? Oxygen helps to digest food. Indoor, close work, reading, tv, or computer work after meals causes poor digestion and blood stagnation in the head, & not enough blood in the stomach to facilitate proper food digestion. Walk at least 30 minutes after meals and look softly into the distance. This one practice, according to Dr. Sasaki, an eye doctor from Ann Arbor, MI, can add 20 to 30 healthy years to your life. Even 15 minutes will help.
14. NEVER EAT A HEAVY MEAL BEFORE BED TIME. This is a big no-no if you want health & mental clarity, & keep slim. Eating at night puts on weight for Kapha(Water) types, & causes mental sluggishness in all people. Night hours after 5, 6, or 7pm are for healing & rejuvenation of cells, not for ingesting heavy proteins & other foods. Eat your last meal before sunset if possible, or at least 3 or 4 hours before sleep. Sleeplessness is causes mostly from overeating late or over-drinking all day.
15. EXERCISE DAILY. Our bodies were made to move each day. Walking 2-4 miles a day is good. Do yoga daily. Get a massage, perform chi kung movements. Use light weights & squatting exercises for tone.
16. DRINK PURE LIQUIDS WHEN THIRSTY ONLY. No animal in nature drinks when they are not thirsty. If you eat enough vegetables, grains & fruit (whole foods), your thirst will be normal. Over-
drinking is the cause of much kidney, bladder, colon & stomach problems. Water is not an inert substance. Water causes water-logging of entire body if taken to excess. The man who wrote the book on drinking more water, died of a water disease—water on the lungs—pneumonia!
17. REST OR SLEEP WHEN FATIGUED OR EXHAUSTED. When you body is tired, rest. When you are fatigued or exhausted, rest. When you are sleeply, sleep & rest. Your body knows best & give you signals daily. Heed the signals.
18. MODERATION IN ALL THINGS. Taoist, Buddhist & Yoga teachings all say to avoid extremes. “Extremes” cause extreme disease conditions in the body organs, muscles & cause body/mind/spirit imbalances, leading to suffering & illness.
19. PRACTICE LOVE, KINDNESS, FORGIVENESS, THANKFULNESS & GRATEFULNESS AT ALL TIMES.
Live in the Now Moment as you move through your daily activities, & all your wishes will be realized.
20. CULTIVATE YOUR SPIRIT & CLEANLINESS OF BODY & MIND

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BEST PREDICTING(IMAGINATION) UNIVERSITIES IN THE WORLD

Top 20 Universities in the World

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RICHEST FEMALE ATHLETS OF ALL TIME

Here, we give you the low-down on the top 10 richest women in sport:
European-University-top-10-women-in-sport-maria-sharapova-11. Maria Sharapova
The tennis player Maria Sharapova, who at the age of just 26 has already won four grand slams, tops our list of the top 10 richest women in sport. Her fortune includes the millions she has won in prize money. Her lucrative sponsorships with Nike and Head have also contributed to her wealth; as has her own recently-launched candy line, Sugarpova.
European-University-top-10-women-in-sport-li-na2. Li Na
The current world number two according to the Women’s Tennis Association also comes in at our number 2. So far in her career, Li has won nine WTA singles titles, including two grand slam titles, with victories at the 2011 French Open and 2014 Australian Open. Li has been named one of the most influential people in the world in Time magazine, and has been sponsored by global companies such as Nike, Mercedes-Benz and Rolex.
European-University-top-10-women-in-sport-serena-williams3. Serena Williams
Serena Williams, another female representative from the world of tennis, is number three on the list of the top 10 richest female athletes in sport. She is the current world number one, following her success over almost the last decade; she turned pro in September, 1995. She has won the most prize money of all time among female athletes and is a tough one to beat!
European-University-top-10-women-in-sport-wozniacki4. Caroline Wozniacki
Another tennis player on our top 10 rich list is Caroline Wozniacki. The former WTA number one; and the first Scandinavian woman to reach such a high, is just 23 years old and only turned professional in 2005.
European-University-top-10-women-in-sport-danica-patrick5. Danica Patrick
Taking a break from tennis, in fifth place, is Danica Patrick: auto racing driver, model and advertising spokeswoman. She started in kart racing, went on to Formula Ford and then moved up to IndyCars. Her 2008 Indy Japan 300 win was the first for a woman. Patrick has also acted; appearing in an episode of CSI:NY and voicing herself in The Simpsons.
European-University-top-10-women-in-sport-azarenka6. Victoria Azarenka
Another tennis player on the list comes in the form of Victoria Azarenka. The Belarusian is another former world number one, and the first Belarusian to win a Grand slam singles title. She has also enjoyed success at the Olympics; winning both a bronze and gold at the 2012 London Olympic Games.
European-University-top-10-women-in-sport-Yu-Na7. Kim Yu-Na
At number seven, we add another sport to the top 10 list. Kim Yu-Na is a former figure skater from South Korea, who has broken 11 world records and won numerous championships, including a silver medal at the 2014 Sochi Olympics.
European-University-top-10-women-in-sport-ivanovic8. Ana Ivanovic
Back to tennis at number eight, with another former number one, this time from Serbia. Since entering the professional tennis sphere, Ivanovic has defeated some of the other women who feature on this top 10 richest women in sport list, including Maria Sharapova, Serena Williams and Caroline Wozniacki.
European-University-top-10-women-in-sport-radwanska9. Agnieszka Radwanska
Radwanska is currently number three on the WTA list. Her greatest achievement so far has been to reach the Wimbledon 2012 final, where she lost to Serena Williams in three sets. The Polish 25-year-old is popular among fans, and was named “the most tactically sound, subtle tennis player in the world” by Tom Perrotta of The Wall Street Journal.
European-University-top-10-women-in-sport-tseng10. Yani Tseng
Last but by no means least is Yani Tseng, a professional golfer from Taiwan who is the youngest player, ever, male or female, to win five major championships. She was number one in the Women’s World Golf Rankings for over 100 weeks and at the age of just 25, already has 27 professional wins under her belt.

LIST OF HIGHEST PAID ATHLETHES

This is a list of the highest-paid athletes in the world for 2015 as ranked by DETECT UNIVERSE OR www.detectuniverse.blogspot.com on their earnings.
Sortable table
Rank Name Sport Nation Total Salary/Winnings Endorsements
1 Floyd Mayweather Boxing United States United States $300 million $285 million $15 million
2 Manny Pacquiao Boxing Philippines Philippines $160 million $148 million $12 million
3 Cristiano Ronaldo Football Portugal Portugal $79.6 million $52.6 million $27 million
4 Lionel Messi Football Argentina Argentina $73.8 million $51.8 million $22 million
5 Roger Federer Tennis Switzerland Switzerland $67 million $9 million $58 million
6 LeBron James Basketball United States United States $64.8 million $20.8 million $44 million
7 Kevin Durant Basketball United States United States $54.1 million $19.1 million $35 million
8 Phil Mickelson Golf United States United States $50.8 million $2.8 million $48 million
9 Tiger Woods Golf United States United States $50.6 million $0.6 million $50 million
10 Kobe Bryant Basketball United States United States $49.5 million $23.5 million $26 million
11 Ben Roethlisberger American football United States United States $48.9 million $46.4 million $2.5 million
12 Rory McIlroy Golf Northern Ireland Northern Ireland $48.3 million $16.3 million $32 million
13 Novak Djokovic Tennis Serbia Serbia $48.2 million $17.2 million $31 million
14 Zlatan Ibrahimović Football Sweden Sweden $39.1 million $33.1 million $6 million
15 Lewis Hamilton Formula 1 England England $39 million $36 million $3 million
16 Ndamukong Suh American football United States United States $38.6 million $38.2 million $0.4 million
17 Fernando Alonso Formula 1 Spain Spain $35.5 million $34 million $1.5 million
18 Gareth Bale Football Wales Wales $35 million $25.5 million $9.5 million
19 Jon Lester Baseball United States United States $34.1 million $33.7 million $0.4 million
20 Derrick Rose Basketball United States United States $33.9 million $18.9 million $15 million
21 Sebastian Vettel Formula 1 Germany Germany $33 million $32 million $1 million
22 Rafael Nadal Tennis Spain Spain $32.5 million $4.5 million $28 million
23 Mahendra Singh Dhoni Cricket India India $31 million $4 million $27 million
23 Neymar Football Brazil Brazil $31 million $14 million $17 million
25 Carmelo Anthony Basketball United States United States $30.5 million $22.5 million $8 million
26 Maria Sharapova Tennis Russia Russia $29.7 million $6.7 million $23 million
27 Carson Palmer American football United States United States $29 million $28.5 million $0.5 million
27 James Rodríguez Football Colombia Colombia $29 million $24.5 million $4.5 million
29 J.J. Watt American football United States United States $27.9 million $20.9 million $7 million
30 Robinson Canó Baseball Dominican Republic Dominican Republic $27.6 million $24.1 million $3.5 million
31 Dwyane Wade Basketball United States United States $27.2 million $15.2 million $12 million
32 Peyton Manning American football United States United States $27 million $15 million $12 million
32 Kimi Räikkönen Formula 1 Finland Finland $27 million $25 million $2 million
34 Clayton Kershaw Baseball United States United States $26.9 million $25.7 million $1.2 million
34 Wayne Rooney Football England England $26.9 million $19.9 million $7 million
36 Gerald McCoy American football United States United States $26.7 million $26.5 million $0.2 million
37 Chris Paul Basketball United States United States $26.1 million $20.1 million $6 million
38 Radamel Falcao Football Colombia Colombia $25.9 million $21.9 million $4 million
38 Albert Pujols Baseball Dominican Republic Dominican Republic $25.9 million $23.4 million $2.5 million
40 Ryan Howard Baseball United States United States $25.6 million $25 million $0.6 million
41 Dwight Howard Basketball United States United States $25.5 million $21.5 million $4 million
42 Cliff Lee Baseball United States United States $25.2 million $25 million $0.2 million
43 Miguel Cabrera Baseball Venezuela Venezuela $25.1 million $22.1 million $3 million
44 Amar'e Stoudemire Basketball United States United States $25 million $22 million $3 million
45 Sergio Agüero Football Argentina Argentina $24.9 million $17.9 million $7 million
46 Blake Griffin Basketball United States United States $24.7 million $17.7 million $7 million
47 Serena Williams Tennis United States United States $24.6 million $11.6 million $13 million
48 Prince Fielder Baseball United States United States $24.3 million $24 million $0.3 million
49 Joe Johnson Basketball United States United States $24.2 million $23.2 million $1 million
50 Joe Mauer Baseball United States United States $24 million $23 million $1 million
51 CC Sabathia Baseball United States United States $23.9 million $23 million $0.9 million
52 Chris Bosh Basketball United States United States $23.8 million $20.8 million $3 million
53 Zack Greinke Baseball United States United States $23.7 million $23.7 million $0 million
53 Eli Manning American football United States United States $23.7 million $15.7 million $8 million
55 Dale Earnhardt, Jr. Auto racing United States United States $23.6 million $14.6 million $9 million
56 Justin Verlander Baseball United States United States $23.4 million $22.7 million $0.7 million
57 Andy Dalton American football United States United States $23.3 million $22.3 million $1 million
58 Masahiro Tanaka Baseball Japan Japan $23 million $22 million $1 million
58 Mark Teixeira Baseball United States United States $23 million $22.5 million $0.5 million
60 Félix Hernández Baseball Venezuela Venezuela $22.9 million $22.7 million $0.2 million
61 Cole Hamels Baseball United States United States $22.7 million $22.5 million $0.2 million
61 Jimmie Johnson Auto racing United States United States $22.7 million $16.2 million $6.5 million
63 Wladimir Klitschko Boxing Ukraine Ukraine $22.5 million $19 million $3.5 million
64 Andy Murray Tennis Scotland Scotland $22.3 million $6.3 million $16 million
65 Matt Kemp Baseball United States United States $22.2 million $21 million $1.2 million
66 LeSean McCoy American football United States United States $22.1 million $21.3 million $0.8 million
67 Drew Brees American football United States United States $22 million $11 million $11 million
67 Tony Romo American football United States United States $22 million $17 million $5 million
69 Adrian Gonzalez Baseball United States United States $21.5 million $21.1 million $0.4 million
70 Jacoby Ellsbury Baseball United States United States $21.4 million $21.1 million $0.3 million
70 Tyron Smith American football United States United States $21.4 million $21.1 million $0.3 million
72 Deron Williams Basketball United States United States $21.3 million $19.8 million $1.5 million
73 Usain Bolt Track and field Jamaica Jamaica $21 million $0 million $21 million
73 Luis Suárez Football Uruguay Uruguay $21 million $16.5 million $4.5 million
75 Matt Cain Baseball United States United States $20.8 million $20.4 million $0.4 million
75 David Wright Baseball United States United States $20.8 million $20 million $0.8 million
77 Carl Crawford Baseball United States United States $20.7 million $20.4 million $0.3 million
78 Jayson Werth Baseball United States United States $20.6 million $20.4 million $0.2 million
79 Cesc Fàbregas Football Spain Spain $20.3 million $15.3 million $5 million
79 Hanley Ramírez Baseball Dominican Republic Dominican Republic $20.3 million $20 million $0.3 million
79 Russell Westbrook Basketball United States United States $20.3 million $15.8 million $4.5 million
82 Justin Rose Golf England England $20.2 million $8.2 million $12 million
83 Yaya Touré Football Ivory Coast Ivory Coast $20 million $17 million $3 million
84 Rudy Gay Basketball United States United States $19.9 million $19.3 million $0.6 million
85 Jordan Spieth Golf United States United States $19.8 million $8.8 million $11 million
85 Adam Wainwright Baseball United States United States $19.8 million $19.7 million $0.1 million
87 Frank Lampard Football England England $19.7 million $15.7 million $4 million
87 Kevin Love Basketball United States United States $19.7 million $15.7 million $4 million
87 David Ortiz Baseball Dominican Republic Dominican Republic $19.7 million $15.7 million $4 million
90 Eden Hazard Football Belgium Belgium $19.6 million $16.1 million $3.5 million
90 Alex Smith American football United States United States $19.6 million $19.1 million $0.5 million
92 Kei Nishikori Tennis Japan Japan $19.5 million $4.5 million $15 million
93 Devin McCourty American football United States United States $19.3 million $19.1 million $0.2 million
93 Mesut Özil Football Germany Germany $19.3 million $12.8 million $6.5 million
95 Aaron Rodgers American football United States United States $19.1 million $11.6 million $7.5 million
96 Billy Horschel Golf United States United States $19 million $16 million $3 million
97 Jeremy Lin Basketball United States United States $18.9 million $14.9 million $4 million
97 Maurkice Pouncey American football United States United States $18.9 million $18.8 million $0.1 million
97 Max Scherzer Baseball United States United States $18.9 million $18.7 million $0.2 million
100 James Harden Basketball United States United States $18.8 million $14.8 million $4 million

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