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Aguero expected to confirm retirement on Wednesday******

MADRID, Dec. 14 (Xinhua) -- Sergio Aguero is expected to announce his retirement from football due to a heart complaint on Wednesday lunchtime in a press conference at the Camp Nou Stadium, his club FC Barcelona confirmed.。

33-year-old Aguero has not played since suffering an arrythmia when Barcelona hosted Alaves on October 30, which saw him taken to hospital. The club explained that the Argentinian would be sidelined for at least three months, in which tests would be carried out to see whether he would be able to continue with his career.。

If Aguero does confirm his retirement from the game, it will mean he has made just five appearances for Barca after joining on a free transfer from Manchester City over the summer. Enditem。

Bernabeu meeting to test Real Madrid and Sevilla's title credentials******

MADRID, Nov. 27 (Xinhua) -- La Liga leaders Real Madrid entertain third-placed Sevilla on Sunday night in a game that has a lot to say about both sides' title hopes.。

Real Madrid climbed to the top of the table last weekend after a 4-1 win in Granada, and a 3-0 victory in the Champions League away to Sheriff Tiraspol only served to confirm the good form of Carlo Ancelotti's men, with Vinicius Jr in the best form of his career and Toni Kroos also commanding in midfield.。

Ancelotti kept the pair on the pitch for the full 90 minutes in midweek along with Luka Modric and Karim Benzema, and one of the small doubts ahead of Sunday's game is whether or not they might start to feel tired, especially after also playing 90 minutes in Granada.。

Meanwhile, David Alaba, who has been excellent since joining from Bayern Munich in the summer, will miss the game with a minor knee injury, while Gareth Bale remains sidelined with a calf injury.。

Eden Hazard should be available after a bout of gastroenteritis, but the Belgian will once again have to settle for a place on the bench, while Nacho Fernandez is the natural replacement for Alaba alongside Eder Militao.。

Sevilla travel after a 2-0 win at home to Wolfsburg on Tuesday which kept their Champions League hopes alive, and the side coached by former Madrid boss Julen Lopetegui have had 24 hours more to prepare for the match.。

They are without injured striker Youssef En-Nesyri, but could start with the powerful Rafa Mir and the pacy Lucas Ocampos in attack.。

"It will be the first time I have played in the Bernabeu, I'm looking forward to it. Why can't we win there?" commented Mir in sports paper Diario AS.。

Lopetegui is likely to set his side out to contain Madrid, with midfielders Joan Jordan and Fernando sitting in front of the defense and looking for Ocamos and Acuna to try and hit their rivals on the break. A win for Sevilla could see them go top, while three points for Ancelotti's side would give them the chance to confirm their leadership and open a gap at the top if they can win at home to Athletic Bilbao on Wednesday. Enditem。

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For Valentine’s Day, Try Being Nice to Yourself

Valentine’s Day prompts many of us to send messages of love to the special people in our lives. But I’d like to propose a new tradition. Why not use this day to start being kinder to ourselves?


Being nice to yourself, particularly during a personal setback or a stressful experience, is known among psychologists as self-compassion. It’s a simple concept — treat yourself as kindly as you would treat a friend who needs support — but it’s one that most people find exceedingly difficult to adopt.


“We tend to give compassion to others much more readily than we do ourselves,” says Kristin Neff, one of the field’s leading researchers and a professor of human development and culture at the University of Texas at Austin. “The good news is that it can be learned. It’s a skill anyone can cultivate.”

“相比于善待自己,我们往往更容易善待他人,”该领域的主要研究人员之一、德克萨斯大学奥斯汀分校人类发展和文化教授克里斯汀·内夫说。 “好消息是它是可以学习的。这是任何人都可以培养的技能。”

Self-compassion is rooted in centuries of Buddhist tradition, but it’s been only within the past decade that researchers, led by Dr. Neff, have subjected the concept to empirical scrutiny. Numerous studies have shown that self-compassion is strongly linked to overall well-being. Practicing self-compassion can reduce depression, stress, performance anxiety and body dissatisfaction. It can lead to increases in happiness, self-confidence and even immune function.


Despite the evidence that self-compassion can be good for us, many people resist it.


“One of the reasons self-compassion is hard is because we’ve been harshly judging ourselves for 20, 30 or 50 years,” said Mark Coleman, a clinical psychologist and popular meditation teacher and author. “The self-compassion perspective, in contrast, is saying, ‘There is a lot of pain in life, but you're doing the best you can.' You're not wrong for feeling the pain."

“人们难以进行自我关怀的一个原因是,20、30 或 50 年来,我们一直在严厉地评判自己,”临床心理学家、广受欢迎的冥想导师和作家马克·科尔曼 (Mark Coleman) 说。 “而自我关怀的观点正好相反,它认为‘生活中有很多痛苦,但你正在尽你所能。’你感觉痛苦并没有错。”

The struggle for self-compassion can be difficult for even the most enlightened among us. Haemin Sunim, a Buddhist monk and best-selling author, tells of his own struggle for self-compassion in his new book, “Love for Imperfect Things: How to Accept Yourself in a World Striving for Perfection.” For most of his life, he had believed it was important to always put the needs of others ahead of his own. During graduate school, he found it difficult to say no when others asked him to take on extra work. A trusted friend gave him this advice: “Be good to yourself first, then to others.”

即使是我们当中最开朗的人,也很难努力做到自我关怀。佛教僧人和畅销书作家 Haemin Sunim 在他的新书《爱不完美的事物:如何在追求完美的世界中接受自己》中讲述了他自己为自我关怀所做的努力。在他一生的大部分时间里,他一直认为始终将他人的需求置于自己之前是很重要的。在读研究生期间,当别人要求他承担额外的工作时,他发现自己很难拒绝。一位值得信赖的朋友给了他这样的建议:“先对自己好,再对别人好。”

“It was like being struck by lightning,” he writes. “Up until then, I had only ever worried about what other people thought of me. I had never once thought properly about caring for myself, or loving myself.”

“这就像被闪电击中一样震撼,”他写道。 “在那之前,我只在意别人对我的看法。我从来没有认真地考虑过关怀自己或爱自己。”

Dr. Neff notes that she often hears misgivings about practicing self-compassion. Some people worry that self-compassion is a form of self-pity and suggests weakness. They worry it will lead to self-indulgent behavior and undermine motivation. But studies show that when people practice self-compassion they tend to adopt healthier behaviors.


The reality is that by being kind to ourselves, we become stronger, more resilient and less focused on our problems. In one study of military veterans who spent time in Iraq and Afghanistan, those who measured higher on the self-compassion scale were less likely to develop symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder. In fact, the presence of self-compassion was a better predictor of long-term mental health than how much combat action they had seen.


Dr. Neff notes that self-compassion does not come naturally to most of us and requires practice. To learn self-compassion, we must first mindfully acknowledge our pain in a nonjudgmental way. Then we need to remind ourselves that we are not alone, that imperfection is part of a shared human experience. Finally, we need to offer ourselves kindness and support, similar to how we would treat a close friend.


Here are some exercises to help you improve your self-compassion skills.


How do I treat a friend?


Close your eyes and think about a time when a close friend came to you because he or she was struggling with a misfortune, failure or feelings of inadequacy. Now write down what you said. What tone did you use? Did your interaction include any nonverbal gestures — touching, hugs or other actions? Now think about a similar situation in which you were struggling. What did you say to yourself? Write it down. Now compare the two answers. Were you as kind to yourself as you were to your friend?


Keep a self-compassion journal


Each evening think about an area where you are struggling and focus on mindfulness, common humanity and self kindness. First mindfully acknowledge your pain. Write down the difficult feelings you have.


Next, remind yourself of the common humanity of the situation. Do you know anyone else at work or in your personal life who has similar struggles?


Finally, write some words of kindness in response to the difficult emotions you are feeling. If you have trouble, imagine you are talking to a friend with a similar struggle. “I’m sorry you’re feeling frightened. It will be O.K. I’m here to support you. You are a good person. I know you did your best.”

最后,写一些善意的话语来回应你所感受到的困难情绪。如果你有困难,想象你正在和一个有类似困难的朋友交谈。 “我很抱歉让你感到害怕。一切都会变好的。我是来支持你的。你是个好人。我知道你已经尽力了。”

Soothing touch


You know how good it feels to be hugged or touched when you need comfort. This exercise allows you to provide comfort to yourself. Everyone responds differently to touch, so find a physical touch that feels genuinely supportive during times of stress. As you think about an area of difficulty in your life, try one of these touches.


• Place one or both hands over your heart. Or place one hand on your heart and one on your stomach. Or you can place both hands on your stomach. Do whatever feels most comforting to you.

• 将一只或两只手放在胸口心脏的位置上。或者将一只手放在你的胸口上,一只手放在你的肚子上。你也可以将双手都放在肚子上。做任何让你感觉最舒服的动作。

• Cradle your face in your hands or hold your hands gently in your lap.

• 将您的脸捧在手中,或将您的手轻轻放在膝上。

• Wrap your arms around yourself as a gentle hug or stroke your arm gently.

• 将您的手臂围绕自己,给自己一个温柔的拥抱或轻轻抚摸你的手臂。

Take a self-compassion break


Close your eyes and think of a situation causing you a mild or moderate amount of stress. (Don’t try to tackle your biggest problems right away) Take a mindful moment and acknowledge your suffering. “This is stressful. This is difficult.” Remind yourself that everyone struggles. “Stress is part of life. I’m not alone.” Now soothe yourself by placing your hands on your heart or stomach, or wrap your arms around your body. Now give yourself words of kindness. “May I be kind to myself. May I forgive myself. May I be strong. May I accept myself as I am.”

闭上眼睛,想一想给你带来轻度或中度压力的情况。 (不要试图马上解决你最大的问题)花点心思,承认你的痛苦。 “这很有压力。这是困难的。”提醒自己,每个人都在挣扎。 “压力是生活的一部分。我不孤独。”现在,将双手放在胸口或腹部上,或将手臂环绕自己,给自己带来舒缓。现在跟自己说几句善意的话。 “愿我对自己好一点。愿我原谅自己。愿我坚强。愿我接受自己本来的样子。”

Self-compassion does not mean being selfish. It’s only when we take care of ourselves that we can care for others.


You deserve your care and attention. Treat yourself to a delicious meal, a good book, a nice walk with a lovely view. As you would invest in the person you love, so you should invest in yourself.






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