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A lawyer and an engineer were fishing in the Caribbean. The lawyer said, ;I#39;m here because my house burned down, and the insurance company paid for everything.;一个律师与一个工程师在加勒比海边钓鱼。律师说:“我到这里是因为我的房子被大火烧了,保险公司赔偿了我所有的损失。”;That#39;s quite a coincidence,; said the engineer. ;I#39;m here because my house were destroyed by a flood, and my insurance company also paid for everything.;“这太巧了,”工程师说,“我是因为房子被洪水冲垮了,保险公司也赔偿了所有的损失。”The lawyer looked somewhat confused. ;How do you start a flood?; he asked.律师看起来有些困惑,“你是怎么引起洪水的?”他不解的问。 /201205/184538

More than 116 million Americans deal with chronic pain each year. And that pain doesn’t go away when people have to go to work.超过1.16亿的美国人每年都要应付慢性疼痛。当人们不得不去工作时那些疼痛不会消失。“The number of people with chronic pain is outrageous,” says Scott Bautch, MD, CEO for Allied Health Chiropractic Centers located in Wisconsin. “We need to make jobs friendly for them, but they need to know how to adjust in the jobs they have.”“患有慢性疼痛的人数是令人惊讶的,” Scott Bautch说,医学士,位于威斯康辛州的专职医疗中心的CEO。“我们需要使工作对他们友好,但他们需要知道如何在自己的工作中进行调整。”It can be difficult to cope with chronic pain on the job, but not impossible. Here are some ways to get your employer to be more accommodating, as well as tips for managing pain at work.很难应对工作中的慢性疼痛,但并非不可能。这里有一些方法让你的雇主更通情达理,也是解决工作中疼痛的小贴士。Follow the 30% ruleIf this is true for you, try to use no more than about 30% of your grip strength and muscle energy in your elbows, wrists, shoulders, and other parts of your body.遵循30%的原则如果你也是这样,尝试在你的手肘、手腕、肩膀和身体其他部位使用不超过30%的握力和肌肉能量。Change positions oftenSitting or standing in one position for too long can exacerbate pain. If you work at a desk, get up and move around every 15 minutes or so, says Dr. Bautch. And don’t feel guilty about it—studies show break-takers are as productive—sometimes more—as people who don’t take them.经常改变姿势坐或站在一个位置太久会加重疼痛。如果你在桌前工作,每15分钟左右起来移动一下,Bautch士说。不要为此感到愧疚,研究显示进行休息的人和不进行的人一样有时更有效率。Reduce stress “You don’t have to stop working, but sometimes you just can’t do the things you used to do,” she says. “I always say, ‘If my body could keep up with my mind, it would be a force to be reckoned with’.”减压“你不必停止工作,但有时你就是不能做你过去常做的事情,”她说。“我总是说,‘如果我的身体能跟上我的脑袋,这将是不容小觑的力量。”Educate your employer “You need to have a dialogue about your condition—what it entails and what your limitations and abilities are. But make sure they know you are an asset in the company; you can’t do certain things, but you can make up in other areas.”教育你的雇主“你需要有进行一次对话关于你的状态——工作需要什么以及你的局限和能力是什么。但是确保他们知道你是公司的一项资产;你不能做某些事情,但你可以在其他领域弥补。”Avoid travelThere are a handful of reasons why people with chronic pain should not be world travelers. For many people with chronic pain, a change in pressure, which is a given on a plane, can be a symptom trigger. What’s more, it’s difficult to get up and move around to avoid stiffness, particularly on long flights. On top of this, anti-TNF medications, used to decrease inflammation, also suppress the immune system. On a plane, you are exposed to more germs.避免旅行有几个原因为什么慢性疼痛的人不应该成为世界旅行者。对于许多患有慢性疼痛的人来说,飞机上获得的压强变化可以触发一种症状。更重要的是,很难站起身四处走动来避免僵硬,特别是在长途飞行时。除此之外,抗肿瘤坏死因子抗体药物,用来消炎,也抑制免疫系统。在飞机上,你暴露在更多的细菌中。Be prepared for a flareIf you work full time, then you spend nearly as much time awake at your office as you do at home. Treat your workplace like your home—make yourself comfortable and be prepared for flare-ups.为疼痛发作做好准备如果你全职工作,那么你在办公室和在家里花差不多一样的时间醒着。把你的工作场所当作你家,让自己舒以及为疼痛发作做好准备Avoid repetitionIf you are going to live with a job that necessitates repetitive motion, you will have to be able to get away from the task frequently, at least four to five minutes an hour.避免重复如果你将接受并忍受一项需要重复运动的工作,你将必须能够经常摆脱任务,至少一个小时有四到五分钟。Get savvy about ergonomicsMake sure your work space is comfortable for you; have an ergonomic chair, wrist cushions, and use dictation software if you have difficulty typing.了解人体工程学确保你的工作空间对你来说是舒适的;弄一个人体工程学的椅子,手腕的软垫,如果你打字有困难就使用听写软件。Stick to a routineAlmost all chronic illnesses are better managed when you can stay on a routine. Getting enough sleep, eating well, taking medications and making time for exercise are all critical to staying healthy.坚持常规几乎所有慢性病在你可以保持常规时都很好应对。充足的睡眠、饮食良好、用药物以及为运动腾出时间都是保持健康的关键。Pick the right shoesSpring gave up wearing heels years ago. She couldn#39;t run through an airport in them, and they exacerbated the pain in her knees. But finding the right shoes required even more trial and error.“ It took me years to figure it out, but I did. It is all part of a learning process.”She said.选择合适的鞋子春天穿年前放弃了穿高跟鞋。她不能穿着它们跑过机场,它们加剧了她膝盖的疼痛。但是找到合适的鞋子甚至需要更多的试验和错误。 “我花了多年来搞定它,但是我做了。这是一个学习过程的全部。”她说。Adjust your work“You might be able to mix and match jobs if you can find employers who are friendly with that,” Dr. Bautch says.调整你的工作“如果你能发现雇主对其友好的话你可能会混合和匹配工作,”Bautch士说。Ask for what you needPeople with chronic pain should tell employers what they need to do their job. And if you have a problem getting it, there are organizations that will advocate for your rights.要求你所需要的东西患有慢性疼痛的人应该告诉雇主他们需要什么来做他们的工作。如果你有困难得到它,将有组织为你谋权利。Be flexibleYou can still do something you are passionate about, you just have to be flexible and make adaptations. Adapt, stay open-minded, and find a way.灵活你仍然可以做一些你感兴趣的事,你只是不得不灵活并进行调整。适应,保持思想开明,并找到方法。 /201212/213902

  

  Father: I promised to buy you a car if you passed your examination, and you have failed. What were you doing last term?父亲:我曾向你许诺,如果你考试及格就给你买俩小汽车,可你却未能做到。你上学期一直在干什么呀?Son: I was learning to drive a car.儿子:我在学开汽车。 内容来自: /201204/176505。

  1. Leave the past in the past过去的就过去了When you meet someone new, leave any negative feelings or past heartbreaks just where they should be;in the past.当你遇见新的合适的对象,让以往所有的消极情绪或伤心事都留在过去。2. You won#39;t meet someone new in your living room宅在家里你遇不到新对象Well, maybe a cute guy will deliver your new sofa, but chances are you#39;re going to meet someone by getting out there and trying new things;online dating, taking a class, etc. Tell everyone, especially your married friends, that you#39;re looking to meet someone and ALWAYS go to parties. Because you truly never know who you#39;ll meet.好吧,也许会有个帅小伙把你订的沙发送货上门,但更实在的是你要走出门口去相遇,并尝试一些新鲜的玩意儿--网络交友、参加学习班等等。告诉别人,尤其你那群已婚的朋友,你在找对象,你也总会参加聚会。因为你真的不知道你会不会遇见那个TA。3. Give the guy a chance给他一个机会When you were 20 your list was ;he must be tall, dark and handsome.; Try going against type. It just might be a perfect fit.当你20岁时,你的理想要求是;他必须要高,黝黑的肤色,还要帅。; 抛开这些标准再试试。也许他会成为你的完美另一半。4. Look at blind dates like a first date把相亲当初次约会看待Many women met their husbands on blind dates, and you can too! If you#39;re not sure you want to sit in a noisy restaurant, go out and do something fun. One of my friends went to a baseball game, and she and her date each brought a friend. They had a blast and got married one year later.很多女性都是通过相亲遇到他们现在的丈夫的,你也可以!如果你不太想坐在嘈杂的饭馆里,那就去外面,玩一些有趣的。我有个朋友是在一次棒球比赛相亲的,她和她的约会对象各自带了一个朋友去。他们玩得很开心。一年后,他们结婚了。5. Time is on your side慢慢来Take your time in getting to know your guy and don#39;t feel in a rush to meet his children or have him meet yours. It starts with the two of you. Make sure this is someone you want in your life.花点时间去了解你的对象,不要急匆匆地去看他的孩子或是让他见你的孩子。一切从你们倆开始。确保这个男人是你生命中要找到的那个人。6. Someone to come home to有人在等你回家When you#39;re y to move in together you will discover how wonderful it is to come home to the one you love. Be prepared for some give and take;for example, over which of each others#39; belongings stay or go.当你准备好搬到一起住时,你会发现回到一个有爱人在的家是多么的美好!为互相迁就做好准备吧--比如,双方所有物的去留。7. Your wedding, your way你的婚礼,按你的方式来Now you#39;re in love and it#39;s time to have your wedding exactly how you want it. Remember it is all about you and the man of your dreams. Whatever you want is the way to go.现在你正处于热恋,是时候按你想的方式举办婚礼了。记住,你和你梦中情人就是一切,只管去做你想要的。8. Happily ever after can happen to you从此以后幸福常伴你左右It#39;s never too late to find true love. We did, and you can too!真爱永远都不嫌迟。我们做到了,你也可以! /201201/168656

  LIBRA (Sept. 24 - Oct. 23)The well-mannered Libra brings refinement and charm to an equally sophisticated eating establishment. Five-star dining in the best restaurant around is right in style with your tastes.天秤:举止优雅的秤子常常在饮食中也融入了自己精致与迷人的特质。选择五星饭店里就餐确实很合你的口味。 /201210/203787

  A campaign to rename the tower housing Big Ben after the Queen has received the backing of the majority of MPs.日前,一项将大本钟以女王的名字重命名的运动得到了大多数国会议员的持。More than half have signed up to the proposal to name the iconic east tower of the Palace of Westminster the Elizabeth Tower.超过半数的国会议员已经签字同意了这项将温斯特敏斯特宫(英国国会所在地)标志性的东塔改名为“伊丽莎白塔”的提议。Conservative Tobias Ellwood#39;s motion is backed by all three main party leaders and comes as Britain prepares to celebrate the Queen#39;s Diamond Jubilee.这项提案在庆祝女王登基60周年之际由保守党议员Tobias Ellwood提出,目前已经得到了三个主要党派领导人的持。He said the clock tower should be formally named in honour of the Queen, in recognition of 60 years#39; of unbroken public service for her country.Tobias Ellwood认为,这座钟塔应该正式以女王的名字来命名,以报答她60年来为了这个国家尽职尽责,从不间断。At present the famous central London landmark is described by the Palace of Westminster as the Clock Tower.目前,这座伦敦中心的地标性建筑仅被国会议员们简单地称为“钟塔”。When the Palace of Westminster was rebuilt in 1860, the west tower, then known as the King#39;s Tower, was renamed the Victoria Tower to commemorate the long reign of Queen Victoria.She is the only other monarch to complete 60 years on the throne.温斯特敏斯特宫于1860年重建时,建筑的西塔(当时被称为国王塔)被重命名为“维多利亚塔”,以纪念维多利亚女王长久的统治。而维多利亚女王是伊丽莎白女王之外唯一一位曾在位超过60年的英国君王。 /201206/185679

  Excuse for SpeedingHarry and Lloyd were speeding down the road. A police car pulled them over.;Why on earth were you driving so fast?; the policeman yelled.Our brakes are no good-so we wanted to get there before we had an accident!超速的理由哈里与劳埃德超速行驶,一辆警车拦住了他们。;你们为什么开那么快?;警官喊道。我们的刹车不好,因此我们想在发生事故前赶紧到达目的地。

  1. I forgive you1、我原谅你Words of forgiveness heal the heart by lifting the cripplingburden of guilt宽恕的话能减轻负罪感,治愈心灵2. I was wrong2、 我错了Few words have the power to ignite the flame of forgivenesslike the unselfish, courageous admission of wrongdoing没有什么比这样无我的、勇敢的承认自己的错误更能点燃宽容的火焰了3. It’s okay3、没事If you’ve ever cried on the shoulder of a friend, you know howgood it feels to have someone remind you that everything is goingto be just fine如果你曾倚着朋友的肩膀哭过,你就能体会有人告诉你“一起都会好起来”时的感觉4. I understand4、我懂It’s human nature to try to relate to others, so nothing ismore frustrating than feeling misunderstood寻求共鸣是我们的天性,没有什么比被误解更令人沮丧了5. You’re safe5、你很安全When we feel vulnerable and afraid, these words have the powerto restore the sense of security and protection that we crave当我们感觉脆弱或者恐惧时,这句话让我们有一种被保护的安全感6. I support you6、我持你When making a tough decision, it means the world to know thatsomeone is on your side no matter what在作出一个艰难的决定时,如果能得到别人无条件的持,就意味着所有7. You can do it7、你能行There’s something about knowing that someone else has faith inyou that revitalizes the faith you should have in yourself知道别人对自己有信心,能让我们也自信起来8. You’re the one8、你就是那一个Few things top the feeling that comes with knowing that youstand out in an exceptional way to someone没有什么感觉比知道自己对别人有特别的意义更好了9. I’m here for you9、我在这里If you’ve ever needed a shoulder to cry on, you know the powerof these words如果你曾依靠着某个肩膀哭过,你就会知道这句话的力量10. You matter10、你很重要We all want to feel that we are important to someone orsomething other than ourselves我们都喜欢自己对某个人、某件事很重要的感觉 /201210/204687。

  

  

  

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