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|Most people would rather give than get affection. – Aristotle Human |
communication is an extraordinarily diverse enterprise, and the communication of
affection is no exception. Individuals use a broad range of behaviors to encode
feelings of ...
|6 You have considered the possibility that your giving could be the result of some |
insecurity. ... Keep that in mind if you are tempted to give from a place of need,
rather than generosity of spirit. ... Most people can tell, they can feel, when you
are giving from a place of pressured desire for something in return, rather than an
|And I also have to understand that the care that I give to others has to be in an |
important way unconditional, since the ... part, even if not only, by their needs.4
This is why Aristotle says that real philia consists in giving rather than receiving
affection. ... Due to the fact that most relationships involve excessive devotion to
zero-sum goods, the partners involved seek not to ... People especially enjoy
getting honor from those in positions of power because they think it means that
they will be ...
|The efforts “to savage women who have been alleged to have had sex with |
Clinton, or subsequently said that they ... I think the big frustration of their
marriage is that she's married to the most elusive, withholding, anal-retentive
man you can imagine. He uses denial of affection as his method of getting people
to do what he wants them to do—the ones he's close to—rather than to praise or
|True affection would rather be joined in death than separated in life. ... Affection, |
like spring flowers, breaks through the most frozen ground at last, and the heart
which asks but for another heart to make it happy, will never seek in vain.
|Lore'* L. L. v. 1 most sweet pleasure anil affection — t. ... Ant. $ Cleo A. 5 yet have |
I fierce affections, and think — i. a Antony will use his affection where it la — li. 6
made .... 2 you affect a sorrow, than to have (rep.). ... 3 rather die, than give any
sign of affection — ii. 3 to with him .... Ill.i.i people and senators I be not affrighted.
|For the first, I see no cause why it should be deferred longer than Michaelmas; for |
after the sessions there must be time ... interest and the sooner will his reputation
be recovered and settled, which is the thing that most deserves to be respected.
... consideration: to forbear to use any speech of the parliament that may irritate
and to seem rather confident than ... to make oblation of their affections
themselves unto his Majesty than that any other should do it and intercept both
the merit and ...
|God gives his gifts variously, and those gifts are not always the most valuable that |
make the finest show. Who would not rather have the voice of the nightingale
than the tail of the peacock, the eye of the eagle and her soaring wing, and the
natural affection of the stork, than the beautiful feathers of the ostrich, which can
never rise above the earth, and is without ... As careless as the ostrich is of her
eggs, many people are of their own souls; they make no provision for them, no
|Typical methods for measuring affectionate behavior often ask people to rate |
their own or others' amount of affectionate behaviors. For example, people might
rate how often they say “I love you,” give a hug to a par ticular loved one, or
engage in support ... by nature, an affectionate person (“Anyone who knows me
well would say that I'm pretty affectionate”), whereas trait ... communication, and
nearly all have found that women are more verbally and nonverbally affectionate
|Impress this thought so fully in your miiul> that yon may rather wonder he e'rrs so |
seldom, than lose your temper, ... Why then should you expect from a new
relation greater degrees of wisdom and goodness than yon have ... (I make no
scruple to sap- pose that excess of affection would be a misfortune to you,
because you have already ... Most people are willing enough to allow this in
general, but ...