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  • The Psychological Theories Of Love In A Midsummer Night's Dream

    What is love? Love is a chemical reaction, a rush of dopamine in the human brain. The ‘dream’ encompasses and displays all the boundaries of love and the challenges that come with such an intimate relationship. When we profess our undying love for one person and make a promise to them until the day we die, what are the deepest thoughts going through our heads? Dreams are a window to the soul and this dream could be a window into the audience's soul as well as shakespeare's personal…

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  • Process Essay: How To Be Smoothy Ideas

    how to be sexy Ideas How to be sexy: How to be sexy, or another words, how to get to know your unique sexuality and become comfortable using it. So much of what is broadcasted as ‘sexy’ in our society focuses on the physicality of sexuality. When I I was researching for this article, I did the classic ‘google my assignment question’ technique. What I found was a little disconcerting. One of the top results on my search browser was an article by an magazine that I both read and love. However,…

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  • Benefits Of Bisexual Dating

    Bisexual Dating – Finding an Appropriate and Genuine Community Online. Summary: The fact that we have only this life to live and everyday becomes a new day makes living in this world a choice to make whether to live it the way you want or follow the society demands. Bisexual dating is not allowed in most societies and we can not deny the fact that such people exist and in large numbers. It is hard to believe but as long as you are not a single person attracted to another single person of a…

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  • Do Beautiful People Deserve To Be Successful?

    Beauty can be described in many ways. Each person will have their perception about beauty and not everyone will have same judgement about beauty. For example, some people might have their favourite artists because they think that the artists are beautiful and cute but not everyone will agree about that. There is no standard measurement about beauty. It cannot be described by a method or principle such as formula in Mathematics (Armstrong, J., 2004). However, youthfulness, good grooming,…

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  • Spangle's Attractions: A Case Study

    As fast food restaurants go (if you've) seen one, you've seen them all, not true with Spangles. Spangle's pride itself on being a home-grown family restaurant since 1978. Although their restaurants are primarily located in Wichita, Kansas they stretch throughout the state. Spangles are nothing short of a miracle when it comes to customer-oriented service with a quality product and a strong financial planning that contributes to the growth and success. Spangles are a privately-owned restaurant…

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  • Essay Comparing Psycho And Fatal Attraction

    Anthony Perkins as Norman Bates in Psycho, and Glenn Close as Alex Forrest in Fatal Attraction, each played the character portrayed as mentally unstable. The two actors seamlessly fell into their parts and led the audience to believe they were truly insane. In the beginning, each of the two lived what appeared to be normal lives. Anthony Perkins managed his mother’s motel that had become a ghost-town after the new highway had been build, which completely cut off access to the motel. Glenn Close…

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  • The Impact Of Tourism Attractions In New Zealand

    the Smiths as is was extremely run down, and in desperate need of refurbishing. Unfortunately, this is the case with many, over rated tourist attractions. Attractions such as MOTAT, the New Zealand Maritime Museum, Kelly Tarlton 's Sea Life Aquarium and many more, are heavily relying on their “Auckland tourism attraction” brand, and the quality of the attraction is diminishing, as they are not keeping up to date with todays standards. Ultimately resulting in unsatisfied tourists, and as social…

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  • Using Law Of Attraction To Success In Life

    either you get the result you want or you fail to get it. The law of attraction has been known for years for being one of the secrets to success in life. This article is about how to use law of attraction to prevent failure in your life. The Law of attraction states that you can attract good things into your life by your good thinking. It can be other way around with bad things and bad thinking. To make use of the law of attraction is to think correctly. The following steps are to train your…

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  • Law Of Attraction: Unlocking Your Happy Life

    Law Of Attraction: Unlocking Your Happy Life By Wenny Yap | Submitted On March 01, 2012 Recommend Article Article Comments Print Article Share this article on Facebook Share this article on Twitter Share this article on Google+ Share this article on Linkedin Share this article on StumbleUpon Share this article on Delicious Share this article on Digg Share this article on Reddit Share this article on Pinterest Expert Author Wenny Yap Whether you want to live a long life or if you only…

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  • The Psychological Analysis Of Fatal Attraction, By Alex Forrest

    This 1987 sexy, thriller film introduced a few characters to tell the story of a cheating husband and a crazy mistress. Fatal Attraction’s characters Dan Gallagher was the father of a six-year-old daughter, Ellen and was married to Beth Gallagher for nine years. The mistress, Alex Forrest played a sneaky, unstable, hot, single woman. The beginning of the movie portrays Alex to be calm and collective. Soon we find out how unstable and psychotic she really is. Dan gets involved with someone he…

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