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with this (I am one of them). Rationally, we know may know this caption is true, but when it comes to our natural reactions, we default to our natural wiring and react accordingly. Our perceptions on this are very deeply "grooved" into our subconscious and "ret raining" our brains to a) perceive differently and b) react differently is a lot of work. We also have deeply ingrained empathy centers which relate to fairness . This is hard to "turn off" as well. Nonetheless, reminders of this kind are an important part of the retraining. when something is certain. for example, your friend passed her exam. you can say 'you must be happy!' and must can be used similar to 'have to' when you tell someone 'it's good to do ' for example, 'you must read the book! it's so amazing!', 'you have to read read the book! it 's so amazing!' but when you say, you think it's good that somebody to do something and it's not your opinion, it's better to use 'have to'. for example, you say 'the meeting stars 7 o'clock. you have to come to the room by 6,50' well, I'm studying English too! so I could know wrong, then correct me! Day 20 of National Distracted Driving Awareness Month. I have gone 19 straight d ays without driving distracted. Have you done the same? AT&T video created by teens as a public service announcement against texting whi le driving: Parent Behaving Badly: Texting While Driving Is this new? It seems Google pushes undisclosed ads on Google+ now as "what's ho t and recommended" which until now was only used for popular items. If you'd like another example of how to use Pinterest effectively, check out Joa n Brennan's boards. She sells a product that helps kids and adults with AD/HD an d other reading disorders, and her Pinterest boards are filled with pins to amaz ing resources and information. She is using social media to educate and engage people on specific topics that a pply to her industry and for which there is a great need. Please check out what Joan is doing and let it inspire you, and don't forget to share this and some of her pins to help raise awareness of how she's helping so many. Thanks, and have a great weekend!