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Depression and Low Self-Esteem Linked To Believing Life Is Fair

Believing life is fair leads to lower self-esteem and worse behavior in children, a new study suggests. The findings, published in Child Development, suggests that adolescents from disadvantaged backgrounds who believe that they live in a fair social system display lower self-esteem, higher rates of delinquency, and perform worse in the classroom by the time they reach the 8th grade. 576 more words

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Why You Shouldn't Run Your Car Low On Gas

Sometimes it’s tempting to try to eke out as many miles from your tank of gas as possible. But you shouldn’t do it. This video showing the innards of a fuel pump will help you understand why. 8 more words

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I'm Katia Beauchamp, Birchbox Co-Founder and CEO, and This Is How I Work 

Katia Beauchamp is the co-founder and CEO of Birchbox, the beauty e-commerce site and product-sample subscription box service. Since its inception in 2010, Birchbox has gained more than 1 million subscribers globally, and 4 million total customers. 43 more words

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Repair a Broken Ethernet Plug - All

The locking tab of RJ45 plugs breaks very easily. Replace it by two nylon cable ties (aka zip ties), in minutes. IMPORTANT NOTES: – This must be regarded as a temporary “Mac Gyver” solution, for home usage. 44 more words

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Windows 10 Creators Update: 10 New Features You Should Know

Microsoft recently announced that they will be rolling out the Windows 10 Creators update starting April 11. Although the Creators update has been available to download for quite a while now, you had to sign up for the Windows Insider program to gain access to it. 1,207 more words

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How to Get Google Assistant on Android Lollipop Devices (No Root)

Google Assistant is by far the best voice assistant available today, period. We have already compared it to other voice assistants like Siri and Hound… 711 more words

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