20 Things to Stop Letting People Do to You



By Marc and Angel

It’s time to…

1. Stop letting people drag you into needless arguments. – Never waste your time trying to explain yourself to people who have proven that they are committed to misunderstanding you.  And don’t define your intelligence or self-worth by the number of arguments you have won, but by the number of times you have said, “This needless nonsense is not worth my time!”


2. Stop letting people drown you with their negativity. – Positivity is a choice.  Choose wisely.  Be smart enough to walk away from the negativity around you… it is never worth your while, ever.


3. Stop letting people make you feel ashamed of your scars. – Scars remind us that our past is real, and that we have grown beyond it.  Every scar has a story.  Don’t be afraid to tell it and own it.

4. Stop listening to those who berate you for your honest mistakes. – To grow strong and wise, you must have the courage to make mistakes.  Allow yourself to be a beginner.  No one starts off being excellent.

5. Stop letting others blind you from YOUR truth. – Today, the only person you should try to be better than is the person you were yesterday.  Prove yourself to yourself, not others.

6. Stop letting people bully you. – Bullying is not OK.  Period.  There is no freedom on Earth that gives someone the right to assault who you are as a person.  Sadly, some people just won’t be happy until they’ve pushed your ego to the ground and stomped on it.  What you have to do is have the nerve to stand your ground.  Don’t give them any leeway.  Nobody has the power to make you feel small unless you give them that power.

7. Stop letting friends be untrue to you. – What is a true friend?  Someone who loves you just the way you are, but still inspires you to be a better person.  BE a true friend to others, and keep only true friends close to you.

8. Stop letting the same people lie to you over and over again. – If someone fools you once, shame on them.  If someone fools you twice, shame on you.  If you catch someone lying to you, speak up.  Some people will lie to you repeatedly in a vicious effort to get you to repeat their lies over and over until they effectively become true.  Don’t partake in their nonsense.  Don’t let their lies be your reality.

9. Stop letting people take advantage of you. – Sometimes people don’t notice the things we do for them until we stop doing them.  This is NOT right!  Realize this.  You deserve better.  You deserve to be with people who make you smile – friends who don’t take you for granted – friends who won’t leave you hanging.

10. Stop letting people treat you like a back-up plan. – Don’t settle to simply be someone’s downtime, spare time, part time, or sometime.  If they can’t reliably be there for you when you need them most, they’re not worth your time.

11. Stop letting the wrong people get between you and the right ones. – Don’t let the people who refuse to love you keep you from the people who do love you.  Spend time with those who make your world a little brighter simply by being in it.  Someday you will either regret not doing so, or you will say, “I’m glad I did.”

12. Stop letting hateful people motivate you to hate them back. – As Gandhi once said, “An eye for an eye will only make the whole world blind.”  Regardless of how despicable another has acted, never let hate build in your heart.  Fighting hatred with hatred only hurts you more.  When you decide to hate someone you automatically begin digging two graves: one for your enemy and one for yourself.


13. Stop letting people leave grudges in your mind. – Remember, the first to apologize is the bravest.  The first to forgive is the strongest.  The first to move forward is the happiest.  Always.

14. Stop letting people use your past to poison your present. – Life is too short to tirelessly struggle with old news and those who refuse to let it go.  Some people cannot stand that you’re moving on with your life and so they will try to drag your past to catch up with you.  Do not help them by acknowledging their behavior.  Keep moving forward.  Practice acceptance and forgiveness.  Letting go of the past is your first step to happiness.

15. Stop letting people convince you that change is a bad thing. – The things we can’t change often end up changing us.  This change happens for a reason.  Roll with it.  It won’t be easy, but it will be worth it in the end.

16. Stop letting people steer you away from meaningful pursuits.– If you can smile when no one else is around, you really mean it.  So don’t let other people get between you and the ideas and activities that truly move you.

17. Stop letting people dump on your dreams. – Life will test you to see how serious you are about pursuing a particular path.  And sooner or later you may face negative feedback from others.  When this happens, remember not to let anyone crush your spirit.  If you are passionate about something, pursue it, no matter what anyone else thinks.  That’s how dreams are achieved.

18. Stop letting naysayers talk you out of putting in the extra effort. – Hard times often lead to greatness.  Keep the faith.  It will be worth it in the end.  The beginnings to great things are always the hardest.

19. Stop letting people convince you of their quick-fix schemes. – Anything worth achieving takes time and dedicated effort.  Period.  Honestly, I used to believe that making wishes and saying prayers changed things, but now I know that wishes and prayers change us, and WE change things.

20. Stop letting people tell you that you need more to be happy. – Thankfulness is the start of happiness.  Be sure to appreciate what you’ve got.  Be thankful for the little things in life that mean a lot.

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GIFT POSTECH Winter Internship Program for Undergraduates at South Korea 2014

GIFT POSTECH Winter Internship Program for Undergraduates at South Korea

Apply urgently

Graduate School of Ferrous Technology, at POSTECH,South Korea

Do apply here, best opportunity for future


Last Date to apply: 22 November, 2013 ( 3 Days remaining ) , Apply online and send documents by DHL


For 3rd and 4th year undergraduate students in Engineering and Science

The internship is for One month : January 6, 2014 to February 21, 2013



Air fare and dormitory and stipend for 7 weeks  will be provided


English Scores are required ( But you can use English Proficiency certificate from University)






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Good PhD Scholarships at University  of Cagliari, Italy




Good PhD Scholarships at University  of Cagliari, Italy


The fields offered are

Alot number of fields have been offered




Scholarship is 1137 Euros per month


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Internship position (research assistant) on Visual Perception and Control of Action available at IIT-CNCS, Italy

Internship position (research assistant) on Visual Perception and Control of Action available at IIT-CNCS, Italy


The deadline for the application is December 5th, 2013.


The Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia (http://www.iit.it) is a private law Foundation, created with special Government Law no. 269 of September 30th 2003, with the objective of promoting Italy’s technological development and higher education in science and technology. Research at IIT is carried out in highly innovative scientific fields with state-of-the-art technology.


An internship (research assistant) position will be available and confirmed in 2014 at the Active Vision Lab of the IIT Center for Neuroscience and Cognitive Systems (http://cncs.iit.it/).

This would be an excellent position for graduates who wish to sharpen their research skills before continuing to postgraduate study. Applicants should have an undergraduate degree in cognitive science, psychology, neuroscience, biology, engineering or related fields, familiarity and ease with computers and strong organizational and interpersonal skills. Expertise with programming, prior independent research experience, and/or statistics is strongly desirable. The salary will be commensurate to qualification and in line to that of top European research institutes.

The successful candidate will assist with all aspects of experimentation including designing, preparing and running the experiments, recruiting participants, analyzing behavioral and kinematic data and publication.

The Active Vision Lab is equipped with a state of the art system for 3D visualization, a head tracking system, an eye tracking system and a multi-sensor OPTOTRAK system for monitoring grasping and reaching movements. The Active Vision lab uses cutting edge technologies to investigate how 3D cues influence perceptual and motor judgments, and how visual perception works during active movements of the observer.

The Center for Neuroscience and Cognitive Systems is hosted at the facilities of the Center for Mind/Brain Sciences – CIMeC (http://www.unitn.it/cimec), an interdisciplinary center for teaching and research in cognitive neuroscience of the University of Trento in Rovereto, Italy. The CIMeC hosts also a Doctoral School in Cognitive and Brain Sciences (http://www.unitn.it/en/drcimec). The University of Trento is ranked first among research universities in Italy, and the Trentino region is consistently at the top for quality of life and for the most efficient services in Italy.

Completed application forms along with a curriculum vitae, a statement describing your previous research experience and outlining its relevance to these topics, and the name of two possible referees should be sent electronically to dr. Robert Volcic ( robert.volcic@iit.it) and Ms. Sara Maistrelli ( Cncs_selezioni@iit.it).



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MS Scholarships in Japan 2014

Several MS Scholarships in Japan


 The Fields Offered are :

  • Young Leaders Program (YLP)

This program focuses on the systematic investigation of executive organization and management, preparing students to serve as upper-level managers in the executive arm of local, provincial, and national government as well as in nongovernmental organizations and the nonprofit sector.

  • One-year Master’s Program of Public Policy (MP1)

This program equips managers and leaders with the fundamental skills and knowledge needed for public policy analysis, implementation, and evaluation, making them part of a global network of leaders.

  • Two-year Master’s Program of Public Policy (MP2)

This program educates early-career professionals in local or national governments, international organizations, and policy institutes in the technical skills needed to be professional policy analysts.

  • Macroeconomic Policy Program (MEP) (one year and two years)

This program gives macroeconomic policy makers and professionals an understanding of macroeconomic fluctuations and the roles of monetary and fiscal policies in domestic and global economies so that they can help create robust national economies.

  • Public Finance Program (PF)

This program provides students with the conceptual understanding and technical competence needed to become leaders in taxation and customs.

  • Disaster Management Policy Program (DMP)

Professionals in developing countries will learn approaches to coping with natural disasters, including engineering strategies to minimize seismic risk and effective techniques for counteracting widespread water hazards.

  • Economics, Planning and Public Policy Program (EPP)

This is a joint two-year GRIPS-Indonesia Linkage program offered in conjunction with top national universities in Indonesia and aimed at preparing central and local government officials who will contribute to the good governance and economic development in Indonesia.

  • Graduate Program in Japanese Language and Culture (JLC)

Graduates of this program become leaders in Japanese language education in their own countries through rigorous examination of cultural issues as well as language acquisition pedagogy.



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Scholarships at University of Tuscia, Italy 2013-14

Many PhD Scholarships at University of Tuscia, Italy




Many PhD Scholarships at University of Tuscia, Italy

The fields offered are



Scholarship is 1137 Euros per month


See these link for details (Use google translators to translate the page )





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Several PhD Scholarships at University of Basilicata, Italy

Several PhD Scholarships at University of Basilicata, Italy

Deadline: November 21, 2013 12:00 (3 days remaining apply)


Many scholarships in many fields at  University of Basilicata, Italy

The fields offered are

Agricultural, Forestry and Food Sciences 

Cities and Landscapes: Architecture,Archaeology, Cultural Heritage, History and Resources

Engineering for Innovation and Sustainable Development

History, Culture and Knowledge of Mediterranean Europe from antiquity to contemporary



Scholarship is 1137 Euros per month

See these link for details (Use google translators to translate the page 




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