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9 Reasons Why Bald Men Make Your Best Partners

9 Reasons Why Bald Men Make Your Best Partners

Being bald is kind of sexy when you have this mental image of Jason Statham, Bruce Willis, Jeff Bezos or Andre Agassi. Being bald sort of comes with a different kind of prestige, fire and energy. And when considering if a bald guy is the best person for you there are some things you simply need to understand. Just as much as there is some coolness attached with the bald persona, there is always a reason that won’t stop you from dating a bald guy. And that is the reason for this post: Why you certainly should pick a bald guy as a great partner.

1. They have an appearance that speaks volumes

Now tell me, who wouldn’t take a bald man seriously. They have an appearance and an image that strikes you. They look smart and serious and have an air of authority when they step into the room. You certainly would love a man who turns you on with is tough look.

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2. They are perceived to be more dominant

According to research males who have shaved or are with bald heads are perceived to be more dominant in appearance than their other male counterparts. Dominance is what a gentle lady needs many times.

3. They are static

Bald guys have the same feature anytime of the day. They are not changing looks and looking different and shocking you with different appearances, rather they are consistent with their appearance, like that morning when they wake up and their hair is not all at disheveled and they look so unlike the person you fell in love with. Bald people will always be the same under different conditions.

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4. They don’t have to follow societal trends

They really are not trying to please anyone since their hair doesn’t fit any style trends. So the only person they will be pleasing is you. Their look sort of saves them all the dramas that could be attached to fitting into what the society demands of them. Bald guys are so unique.

5. They are stuck with their looks

They don’t need to feel awful when they look at the mirror. They know what to expect. There is nothing as shocking as you seeing a receding hairline when age turns in. Bald people know what to expect when they stare at the mirror. The same face that they saw yesterday.

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6. They can save money on maintenance

From getting regular haircuts to having the hairdresser always visit, maintaining your hairdo comes at a lofty price. Really not everyone can afford the high price of taking care of their hair since hair products are so expensive. All that big bucks on buying hair products and taking care of one’s hair can be channeled to other interesting aspects of your relationship with him.

7. They don’t take so much bathroom space

They would be leaving all that space for you in the bathroom since they don’t need any combs, gels, or shampoo. And which lady doesn’t need her bathroom space?

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8. They have an interesting sex drive

According to researchers being bald makes you more sexually active, because hair sort of lowers someone’s sex drive. But bald men are linked to having more testosterone which leads to a higher sex drive in men.

9. They make that head covering fit

You will agree with me that no one can wear a hat or a cap like a bald guy. They so always make that head covering fit, whether it is a cap, a hat or even a bandana. Wearing a head covering will always make them extra handsome and cute. Instead of feeling wrongly about how they wear their hats or head coverings let them offer you a lesson or two about how to make that thing fit.

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Last Updated on February 21, 2019

The Secret to Effective Conflict Resolution: The IBR Approach

The Secret to Effective Conflict Resolution: The IBR Approach

In business, in social relationships, in family… In whatever context conflict is always inevitable, especially when you are in the leader role. This role equals “make decisions for the best of majority” and the remaining are not amused. Conflicts arise.

Conflicts arise when we want to push for a better quality work but some members want to take a break from work.

Conflicts arise when we as citizens want more recreational facilities but the Government has to balance the needs to maintain tourism growth.

Conflicts are literally everywhere.

Avoiding Conflicts a No-No and Resolving Conflicts a Win-Win

Avoiding conflicts seem to be a viable option for us. The cruel fact is, it isn’t. Conflicts won’t walk away by themselves. They will, instead, escalate and haunt you back even more when we finally realize that’s no way we can let it be.

Moreover, avoiding conflicts will eventually intensify the misunderstanding among the involved parties. And the misunderstanding severely hinders open communication which later on the parties tend to keep things secret. This is obviously detrimental to teamwork.

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Some may view conflicts as the last step before arguments. And they thus leave it aside as if they never happen. This is not true.

Conflicts are the intersect point between different individuals with different opinions. And this does not necessarily lead to argument.

Instead, proper handling of conflicts can actually result in a win-win situation – both parties are pleased and allies are gained. A better understanding between each other and future conflicts are less likely to happen.

The IBR Approach to Resolve Conflicts

Here, we introduce to you an effective approach to resolve conflicts – the Interest-Based Relational (IBR) approach. The IBR approach was developed by Roger Fisher and William Ury in their 1981 book Getting to Yes. It stresses the importance of the separation between people and their emotions from the problem. Another focus of the approach is to build mutual understanding and respect as they strengthen bonds among parties and can ultimately help resolve conflicts in a harmonious way. The approach suggests a 6-step procedure for conflict resolution:

Step 1: Prioritize Good Relationships

How? Before addressing the problem or even starting the discussion, make it clear the conflict can result in a mutual trouble and through subsequent respectful negotiation the conflict can be resolved peacefully. And that brings the best outcome to the whole team by working together.

Why? It is easy to overlook own cause of the conflict and point the finger to the members with different opinions. With such a mindset, it is likely to blame rather than to listen to the others and fail to acknowledge the problem completely. Such a discussion manner will undermine the good relationships among the members and aggravate the problem.

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Example: Before discussion, stress that the problem is never one’s complete fault. Everyone is responsible for it. Then, it is important to point out our own involvement in the problem and state clearly we are here to listen to everyone’s opinions rather than accusing others.

Step 2: People Are NOT the Cause of Problem

How? State clearly the problem is never one-sided. Collaborative effort is needed. More importantly, note the problem should not be taken personally. We are not making accusations on persons but addressing the problem itself.

Why? Once things taken personally, everything will go out of control. People will become irrational and neglect others’ opinions. We are then unable to address the problem properly because we cannot grasp a fuller and clearer picture of the problem due to presumption.

Example: In spite of the confronting opinions, we have to emphasize that the problem is not a result of the persons but probably the different perspectives to view it. So, if we try to look at the problem from the other’s perspective, we may understand why there are varied opinions.

Step 3: Listen From ALL Stances

How? Do NOT blame others. It is of utmost importance. Ask for everyone’s opinions. It is important to let everyone feel that they contribute to the discussion. Tell them their involvement is essential to solve the problem and their effort is very much appreciated.

Why? None wants to be ignored. If one feels neglected, it is very likely for he/she to be aggressive. It is definitely not what we hope to see in a discussion. Acknowledging and being acknowledged are equally important. So, make sure everyone has equal opportunity to express their views. Also, realizing their opinions are not neglected, they will be more receptive to other opinions.

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Example: A little trick can played here: Invite others to talk first. It is an easy way to let others feel involved and ,more importantly, know their voices are heard. Also, we can show that we are actively listening to them by giving direct eye-contact and nodding. One important to note is that never interrupt anyone. Always let them finish first beforeanother one begins.

Step 4: Listen Comes First, Talk Follows

How? Ensure everyone has listened to one another points of view. It can be done by taking turn to speak and leaving the discussion part at last. State once again the problem is nothing personal and no accusation should be made.

Why? By turn-taking, everyone can finish talking and voices of all sides can be heard indiscriminantly. This can promote willingness to listen to opposing opinions.

Example: We can prepare pieces of paper with different numbers written on them. Then, ask different members to pick one and talk according to the sequence of the number. After everyone’s finished, advise everyone to use “I” more than “You” in the discussion period to avoid others thinking that it is an accusation.

Step 5: Understand the Facts, Then Address the Problem

How? List out ALL the facts first. Ask everyone to tell what they know about the problems.

Why? Sometimes your facts are unknown to the others while they may know something we don’t. Missing out on these facts could possibly lead to inaccurate capture of the problem. Also, different known facts can lead to different perception of the matter. It also helps everyone better understand the problem and can eventually help reach a solution.

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Example: While everyone is expressing their own views, ask them to write down everything they know that is true to the problem. As soon as everyone has finished, all facts can be noted and everyone’s understanding of the problem is raised.

Step 6: Solve the Problem Together

How? Knowing what everyone’s thinking, it is now time to resolve the conflict. Up to this point, everyone should have understood the problem better. So, it is everyone’s time to suggest some solutions. It is important not to have one giving all the solutions.

Why? Having everyone suggesting their solutions is important as they will not feel excluded and their opinions are considered. Besides, it may also generate more solutions that can better resolve the conflicts. Everyone will more likely be satisfied with the result.

Example: After discussion, ask all members to suggest any possible solutions and stress that all solutions are welcomed. State clearly that we are looking for the best outcomes for everyone’s sake rather than battling to win over one another. Then, evaluate all the solutions and pick the one that is in favor of everyone.

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