Here are 5 things you should know.
1. Romantic relationships aren’t like the Sims. Doing nice things doesn’t fill up a stat bar that, when full, means the person is in love with you.
An experience shares: ” Romantic relationships are important to many people’s self-confidence, identity, and mental health. Thinking like I used to keep me from having said relationships.
This is a big part of why I was single until my 30s. I’d find a girl I liked, and just start doing nice things and buying stuff all the time for her, and then get angry when she didn’t want to date me and break off contact. Obviously, it was that all these girls were not good, right?
No. Not everyone will like you. Even fewer will like you romantically. Even people who are really, really nice to you aren’t necessarily romantically attracted to you.
Most importantly (and this would have saved me so much grief in my 20s) NO ONE IS OBLIGATED TO LIKE YOU NO MATTER HOW GOOD YOU ARE TO THEM.
Don’t lose out on your 20s as I did. Learn how to actually foster positive relationships, where you help each other’s weaknesses, and build on each other’s strengths. Don’t be some weird unwanted shitty creepy sugar daddy who doesn’t realize that he isn’t actually a nice person, but someone who will do and say anything to get laid under the thin, shitty veneer of being a “good dude.”
I wasn’t good to women in my 20s, and because of that, I missed out on a lot of great things.”
2. You shouldn’t take puppies under 4 months old to a dog park.
It is dangerous for young puppies to go to a dog park because it’s highly likely for them to contract a disease.
Here’s a quick and to-the-point link about it, with some tips on how to socialize a puppy without taking it to a dog park: dog park manners
3. You’re not alone and this is not the end of life when you’re being rejected from job applications.
A much better future is waiting for you and you’re being rejected to make yourselves available for the upcoming best opportunity in your life. You apply to your dream company X and got rejected, but you never know that there’s a much better company Y in terms of work culture, pay, and life until it comes to you. Up-skill yourselves, keep trying, and never lose hope.
There are plenty of resources out there to help you out:
- A large list of nationwide remote opportunities released by California State University, covering openings from beginner to experienced levels. Keep an eye on them on a regular basis as they update the list very frequently.
- Udemy-> For free tutorials stuff covering multiple domains.
- Coursera -> For free courses to upskill yourselves.
- BigInterview -> For crucial tips to excel yourselves in interviews. They will also provide candidate profile optimization tips, resume tips, etc.
- FreeCodeCamp-> For anyone who wants to excel in programming and web applications.
At the end of the day, all you need is that “one” job offer that can change your life forever 🙂
4. If you ever receive something for free from a company by a nice employee, don’t mention it in any online reviews.
- If they did this as a nice gesture or a thank you and the review reaches money-hungry management, they may not be so appreciative of the employee’s good deed. They could end up in serious trouble, despite gaining a loyal customer or a great review.
- If an independent seller includes a free gift or gives a nice discount, other reading reviews may expect the same. This could lead to choosy beggar customers, the seller losing money trying to make everyone happy, or the seller stopping these gifts altogether.
This goes for brick and mortar stores, online shops, restaurants, etc.
Be appreciative of the free gift and leave a positive review! You just never know the type of boss they have, so try to avoid them possibly getting in trouble.
5. NASA has been uploading daily Astronomy pictures since 1995.
Currently, a huge percentage of people in the world don’t truly understand how beautiful space is with its vast beauties, and I want to expose this rather unknown archive with over 6000 images and diagrams taken from outer space. In addition, all of these images are usable without copyright because NASA is a publicly funded company.