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Request for birth chart reading [FREE] / Re: Manipulative person
« Last post by jwhite997 on Today at 08:13:39 AM »
How does one deal with a person like this?

She married into our family and immediately almost caused a death in our family within weeks after the wedding.

i see from her chart that her husband is quite supportive, for problem issue, the only thing i can see is someone (not her) is causing an issue to her husband

Her husband is a very good person. I'm sure he loves her a lot. But he attracts a lot of people with shady characters.
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Some university students will be asked to take their final exams online after 17 years of formal education. This is on top of an already devastating pandemic which has already affected their mental health.
There are also upsides. Remote exams can be more flexible and more sensitive to individual needs. They also recognize the pressures that students face. These are some of the ways students can adapt their revision to get the most out of online assessment.
Make a revision schedule
The first step is to decide which topics you will cover and what knowledge or learning the exam requires. This can be assisted by tutors, past papers, and sample answers.
After you have your exam schedule, divide it by the number topics. This will create a study plan. Delroy Hall, a senior counsellor and wellbeing practitioner at Sheffield Hallam University, says that it is crucial to incorporate routine into your revision. "Covid-19, the pandemic have now disrupted all that [routine], so it is important to be intentional about how we manage our lives."
Hall also recommends the Pomodoro method: 25 minutes of studying followed by a five minute break. Then, repeat. This technique is useful if you are feeling overwhelmed by revision, or unable to stay focused.
Don't just learn words, but concepts
Review course notes, mark essays, lecture videos, and other important source material. Hall advises that you learn concepts and ideas rather than memorise a lot of text. Open book exams will let you demonstrate that you are able to apply what you have learned, and not just what you can recall. This relieves some pressure, but it can also be distracting to search for sources during a test.
Summary sheets can be used to summarize key ideas, quotes, and analysis. Active revision is a way to better understand and retain information. It also makes it easier for you to locate what you need during exams.
You should aim to start revising early with notes that you can review, rather than learning new material. Hall states, "We have more stress than usual, so we want to do everything in our power to relieve that."
If you haven't finished your task in time, don't panic. Plan, but prioritize topics according to the time you have. Hall's "worry sheets" method can be helpful. You can fold a piece of paper in half and fill one with things that you can control (like meal times and bedtimes) and the other side with things that you can't (when your vaccine will be available). Focus on the things that you can control and let the rest fall into place.
Exam anxiety?
It's a big deal to sit online during a pandemic, whether you are alone or with others. There are ways to reduce anxiety. You can reduce stress by setting up an exam area that is separate from your revision space. For example, you might choose to sit at a desk, or at the kitchen table, instead of in bed.
Exam walkthroughs are available online at your university. These walkthroughs show you how the process works, from uploading your answers to logging in. You can download and log in to any software you prefer, then practice using it in advance. If you are worried about losing an internet connection or not being able to download the software, ask your university for a dongle or laptop.
You may also want to do a dry run if 24- or 48-hour exams are unfamiliar to you. This is not about sitting at your desk for hours. A schedule that balances working hard and eating well will make you feel and perform better.
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Request for birth chart reading [FREE] / Re: Mama’s boy chart
« Last post by luckyblossom on Today at 12:27:30 AM »
I really just wanted to help him escape his mother’s imprisonment but he did not appreciate it.
When she hears the doorknob turns at night (we going for a walk) she will bombard him with messages  asking where he is etc. i think she has serious mental issues… she used to scream and scold people in her sleep i have her birthday but not time. 26 November 1957, Malaysia
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Request for birth chart reading [FREE] / Re: Mama’s boy chart
« Last post by luckyblossom on Today at 12:23:21 AM »
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Hi Luckyblossom,

May I ask what is your relationship to this person?

Thank you,

ren

Im his ex gf. We broke up recently this year as he refused to put me before her despite saying he wants to marry me. His mother made us report to her daily whenever we go out, she must know where we go, what we eat, who we meet. I told him i couldnt live like this anymore as I broke out in cold sweat having nightmares of her.
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Request for birth chart reading [FREE] / Re: Mama’s boy chart
« Last post by ren on Today at 12:12:06 AM »
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Birth date:19/08/1995
Birth time: 23:25 (New Zealand time)
Birth place: Auckland, New Zealand

Much appreciated if anyone could help to read my chart!
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Request for birth chart reading [FREE] / Re: Mama’s boy chart
« Last post by luckyblossom on Today at 12:03:46 AM »
How do you tell from a person’s chart if they are forever brainwashed and tied to their moms?

Can you tell me more about this person’s chart? He has been by far one of the hardest to understand and predict person… feels like he’s all over the place. I want to know what his future will be like. Thanks!

22 July 1993, 12pm Singapore, Male.
Does he have a brother?

chart is quite good , the parent(father especially) is supportive,yes mother represented by year pillar is locking him up which add negative issue to his marriage/relationship there's also a possible a clash opinion between the two (mother and father). I presume this is your bf,  also i see marriage in the near future possibly around 2024 at least in this decade, next decade won't be good for him but he will be free from his mother control at least

He has two sisters. One is as crazy as his mother, the other is ok.
So will the control from the mom break only in this decade? Which means shes gonna live quite long?… honestly I thought I had a hunch that she might pass in the next four years. We are also not together anymore due to her constant harassment and need for us to report to her daily on where we go, who we meet.  Still very heartbroken about it but he seems too deeply brainwashed by her to choose me… any methods? Also there was a wise old man who said he would leave Singapore and find me early this year by March.. what is the likelihood?
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Request for birth chart reading [FREE] / Re: New Love
« Last post by mellybau on January 26, 2023, 11:14:22 PM »
Hello everyone,

I would really appreciate some help here :)
Basically, after a long, looong time, I think I am falling in love with someone new and I would like to know if there is any chance of a relationship developing between us? Or do you see any relationship in my near future?
Female (me): 23 december 1984, 4:00 PM, Bucharest
Male: 27 september 1976, no TOB, Bucharest
We met at work, if it helps.

Thank you!

if you have a feeling with him and he also reply back, why don't start it? but purely from the chart both of you will have punishment involving spouse palace this year so just be prepared in case things go south
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Request for birth chart reading [FREE] / Re: Manipulative person
« Last post by mellybau on January 26, 2023, 10:49:14 PM »
How does one deal with a person like this?

She married into our family and immediately almost caused a death in our family within weeks after the wedding.

i see from her chart that her husband is quite supportive, for problem issue, the only thing i can see is someone (not her) is causing an issue to her husband
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Request for birth chart reading [FREE] / Re: Kong Wang Bazi Death/Emptiness
« Last post by jinbojin on January 26, 2023, 10:47:22 PM »
Kong wang means that you don't have an affinity with that energy 丑. You are indifferent to it. It doesn't affect the separate stem 己.
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