Experts Agree That Most People's Relationships Are Toxic . . . Here Are the Three Main Reasons:
According to a survey of relationship experts by YourTango.com . . . there's a really good chance your relationship is TOXIC.
89% of experts . . . that's EIGHT out of NINE . . . say that MOST people's relationships are toxic.
That means that the two of you spend most of your time arguing . . . you both feel like you can't do anything right in the other person's eyes . . . and you have feelings of depression and anxiety.
Here are the three main reasons that relationships are toxic:
#1.) You had poor role models to show you how to have a GOOD relationship.
#2.) One or both of you has low self-esteem.
#3.) One of you has trouble being truly open with your feelings.
Half of Us Expect to Be Interrupted Over Christmas By a Call From Work:
According to a new survey, half of us expect to get a call from work while we're on Christmas break.
People who work in information technology or communications are MOST likely to get a work phone call when they're supposed to be off for the holidays. Two out of every five work interruptions happen to people in those fields.
People who work in banking and finance are the most likely to be distracted by work . . . even if they don't actually get a call from the office. And accountants are the most worried that they won't finish all their work before the holidays.
Three out of four people say that their job has added to the stress of getting ready for Christmas . . . and one in four people think they're going to have to go into work on what's supposed to be their time off for the holidays.
More than half of all workers say that they've gotten work phone calls over Christmas in previous years . . . and 37% say it's happened more than once.
37% of People Believe Santa was Baby Jesus' First Visitor?
The REAL War on Christmas isn't from atheists, the media, or political correctness. It's the MASS CONFUSION over the difference between the original Christmas story, and all the OTHER stuff we've added over the years.
Check out these results from a survey of 1,000 kids and 1,000 parents . . .
37% believed that baby Jesus' first visitor was SANTA CLAUS. And parents were more likely to say that than children.
2% believed Jesus was born in Beirut, not Bethlehem.
2% thought Mary and Joseph were, quote, "on their first date" when she found out she was pregnant, and another 60% thought they were married when Jesus was born. Only 26% knew Jesus was born out of wedlock.