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Friday and the weekend are almost here!



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Inspirational Friday Morning Quotes : What if a Friday is Good or Bad.If it’s Black Friday or Cyber Friday. Feels with getting inspired by self or get motivated by others will makes our duty more comfortable and safer.Friday,Sounds like Ends of Week for Kids as well as For all.Stay blessed and happy on Friday’s will makes our weekends more powerful with our families. Some people live for vacations while others live for happiness. I work hard and wade through the four working days of the week just so that I can see the Friday morning.Don’t let Friday bring joy only for a single day. Live every day like its a Friday. Bring a smile to your face and make it a life style. There is nothing better than making the most of every day of your life.Let’s Inspire Our Friday Morning With Some Inspirational Quotes and Live our Life more much motivational and powerful.

Gifts are taken and given away, money comes and it goes away. But a true friend is like the tree which is firmly planted by the rivers. Provides fruits, shade and shelter until it dies. Cheers to our Friday friends!

I’m hoping that Thursday happy hour, doesn’t become Friday sad morning hangover. Happy Friday.

Beautiful morning, blessed day and possible transformation for the better are the things I prayed for everyone to have. Happy Friday.


Good morning, give someone you love a hug and tell them you love them because they might just need it this morning. Happy Friday.

Monday morning came and I was droopy and sad. Tuesday morning I was rubbing my eyes. Wednesday morning was like pulling through it all. Thursday felt like I couldn’t do it. Friday morning is when the party started!

Don’t let the days of toil and hard work fade your memory of the awesome time called Friday morning. It is the day when you know the last day of work has dawned and freedom is coming by.

It Takes 4 Weeks For You To See Your Body Changing



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Why friends and family may not be thrilled with your weight loss — and what to do about it

You’ve given up most of those high-calorie foods you used to love. Exercised every day, even when you didn’t feel like it. And finally, it’s all paying off: You’re edging toward your weight loss goal — and looking pretty terrific!

At the same time, you’ve encountered what seems like a surprising lack of enthusiasm from some of your family and friends — maybe even your partner — about your new look.


As unusual as this may seem, experts say it’s actually quite common to receive some unexpected reactions when you dramatically change your appearance.

“Human beings are hard-wired to resist change, so it’s not uncommon to encounter some resistance whenever change occurs,” says John McGrail, a Los Angeles clinical hypnotherapist and behavior expert.

Complicating matters further: When we accomplish a goal — particularly something as difficult as losing weight — it may serve to remind friends and family of their own failed attempts. That, too, can spark a negative reaction.

“In some ways, your weight loss becomes a symbol of their inability to accomplish their goals, so they may begin to act resentful — or even mean — oftentimes without even realizing they are doing so,” says Christian Holle, PhD, an assistant professor of psychology at William Patterson University in Wayne, N.J.

If their goals happened to also involve weight loss, the resentment (especially from friends) can be doubly strong.

“You may find that they are suddenly excluding you from activities, saying mean things, taunting you about your new body or even your new clothes — all born of resentment about not being able to achieve their own weight loss goals,” says Warren Huberman, PhD, a psychologist who often counsels patients in conjunction with the New York University Program for Surgical Weight Loss.

What’s more, Huberman says, when you experience that resentment, it’s not uncommon to have a “knee-jerk reaction” yourself and to pull away in anger and hurt. But this is the last thing you want to do.

“You have to think about how you would feel in a similar situation, or maybe how you felt when others lost weight and you couldn’t,” Huberman says. “Try to put yourself in the place of the person who didn’t win the lottery, so to speak, and you’ll see that the resentment is all about them and not about you.”