Wednesday, November 24, 2010

[announcement] AdSense Account Disabled

Dear Friends.
I'd like to thank you for your clicking the ads provide by Google on my Blog. I appreciate it so much. But, I'd like to ask you not to click the ads if you don't need to click the ad, thank you for your consideration about my AdSense account but please. as this morning I received a letter from Google regarding my AdSense being disabled as the invalid clicking activity.

thank you for visiting my Blog and thank you for value me as your friend.

Friday, November 19, 2010

[TIPS] Sleep For a Better Day

Sleep is a naturally recurring state characterized by reduced or lacking consciousness, relatively suspended sensory and non-motor activity - inactivity of nearly all voluntary muscles. Human sleep need vary by age and among individuals, and sleep is considered to be adequate when there is no daytime sleepiness or dysfunction.
I got some good tips for “resting now, tomorrow would be better day”
1. Keep a regular sleep schedule; it’s include a regular bed time and for some experimental said that adult need 7-8 hours sleep a day [wiki].
2. Make a kingdom for your bedroom; what I meant is to have a better and friendly bedroom, not noisy, dark and cool, and a comfortable bed.
3. Make some relaxation before you sleep; Deep breathing, yoga, etc.

Thursday, November 18, 2010

[ECO][EU] Crisis Survival in European Union

Member countries of the European Union as the Republic of Ireland and Portugal are now in a big pressure. Many wondered how the two countries can deal with debt problems without the help of funding from the European Union. Ireland repeatedly stressed the EU does not need help. But there is speculation that Ireland and Portugal eventually will be forced to use the rescue funds from the European Union.
Portuguese Finance Minister Fernando Teixeira dos Santos said investors believe the country will be forced to request emergency aid from the EU because there are fears that the crisis would spread fear into the stock market. He urged Dublin to take appropriate steps with a benefit package. Van Rompuy expressed "high confidence" these issues can be addressed. But he added: "We must all work together for the survival of the Euro zone, because if we fail with the Euro we will also fail with the European Union."
Without the financial support of the ECB, Ireland now has collapsed. But if there is little sign that the ECB wants to attract aid to a weak banks in the euro area, Ireland will have no other choice. The country will be forced to beg for its partners in the EU or to the IMF.
Irish Minister for European affairs, Dick Roche, to admit that there is a big liquidity problem in the various banks of the country. But he said that his government had made a number of spending cuts that will continue in the next budget, and he expects there will be solidarity from other European countries in a meeting in Brussels.
There are a number of grants that can be used by countries that have problems - including European Financial stability - a reserve fund worth 440 billion euro to inject aid to the euro area countries that face debt problems.

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

[EDU] Obama Public Lectures

(Jakarta) 6000 guests and invitees will be attending public lectures by Barrack Obama at Balairung Universitas Indonesia, Depok today (Wed, 10 Nov 2010). And Obama will visits Istiqlal Mosque before.
Lukman Sukarsono as the Liaison Officer Press from US ambassador said that guests and invitees are come from various elements such as government official, UI students, invited students, and another ambassador representative in Indonesia. But, Indonesian President and Vice President couldn’t attending the public lectures.
Moreover, for security reasons all the attend not allowed to bring bag, laptop, other than their cellular and guests ID.

Sunday, October 24, 2010

Authoritarian behavior leads to insecure people (

Researchers from the University of Valencia (UV) have identified the effects of the way parents bring up their children on social structure in Spain. Their conclusions show that punishment, deprivation and strict rules impact on a family's self esteem.

"The objective was to analyse which style of parental socialisation is ideal in Spain by measuring the psychosocial adjustment of children", Fernando García, co-author of the study and a researcher at the UV, tells SINC.

The study, which has been published in the latest issue of the journal Infancia y Aprendizaje, was produced on the basis of a nationwide surrey carried out on 948 children and teenagers aged between 10 and 14 (52% of whom were girls), describing the socialisation practices of their parents. On the basis of these answers, the families were classified into one of four classic parental socialisation types – authoritative, authoritarian, indulgent and neglectful.

The results show that the ideal family style in Spain is the indulgent one. "The scores for children from indulgent families were the same, or even better, than those from authoritative families", the researcher points out.

According to the expert, imposed discipline systems, such as punishments, deprivation and strict rules, which try to force children do things, have a knock-on effect on family self-esteem, and are associated with incomplete emotional development and a certain level of resentment towards the family, even if they are applied by parents who have very cordial relationships with their children, "at least in cultures such as in Spain, where little value is placed on hierarchical relationships".

The researchers highlight the need for parents to work hard "on aspects that are often not sufficiently addressed", such as communication, polite relationships, showing an interest in children's problems and giving reasoned explanations about the consequences of their actions. "These are activities that, at the end of the day, call for involvement, dedication and care", says García, with the objective being for all people to become mature, responsible and able to do things for themselves.

Four family types based on relationships with children

Family classification is obtained by combining behaviours that involve different levels of demands being made and responsibility given. Firstly, the authoritative model describes families that "provide clear rules, giving reasons for them to their children in an affectionate and flexible way, while also expecting these rules to be followed". The authoritarian model is similar to the authoritative one, in that it is demanding or controlling, but it differs in that the parents are less affectionate.

On the other hand there are parents who fall within the neglectful and indulgent models, which are characterised by applying low levels of repression. However, those in the first group are "not very affectionate" while those in the second group are "very affectionate".