Are you suffering from getting involved on campus? Are you experiencing homesickness and “culture shock”? Are you trying to figure out ways better dealing with interpersonal relationships? Are you feeling isolated and hoping to meet more schoolmates?
“Interpersonal Relationship Books On Campus” is a great opportunity for you to walk around campus, read useful books, meet new schoolmates, and form book-sharing community.
Join in our activity “Interpersonal Relationship Books On Campus” and share your amazing books about interpersonal relationships with your schoolmates in the US. Get involved in this meaningful activity, and you are going to get more than you expect.
We would like you to join us and leave some of the books about interpersonal relationships on your school campus. We would like you to look for and find these hiding copies of books and enjoy the reading. We would like you to leave notes and messages in the books to share your thoughts with other readers and get to know more mates.
If you want, you can even send us a picture where you have left the book; you can share with us your review and reflection after reading a book; you can bring your schoolmates and friends to join in this activity together. Drop us a line to www.relationshipsabroad.wordpress.com
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This free personality test is provided help you obtain 4-letter type formula with your strengths of preferences and the description of your personality type.
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Explore and see which expert or celebrity shares your type!
Phubbing (the act of snubbing someone in a social setting by looking at your phone instead of paying attention) is rife throughout the world, and it has ruined our relationships with others without even notice. Just imagine a group of friends sitting in silence updating status on social media platforms. The ability to talk or communicate face-to-face completely eradicated.
Something must be done, and it must be done now!
So if like us, you want to make some changes, put your smartphones down, ladies and gentlemen. And join our challenge game by recording the frequency that you have never used your cell phones during a class, an event or a meeting with someone else in 1 week of time.
Trust me, the more quality time you spend with your new friends, your old pals or your family, the more cheerful your relationships with them will be. Put your phones down when you are not alone, and remember to share your feelings after completing the challenge with us at https://relationshipsabroad.wordpress.com/.
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