How to make a bad situation even worse?
to make a bad situation even worse by saying or doing something that makes someone angry come/bring something to a head
How is the word’make something worse’used?
to make a situation worse by making people more angry or excited. exacerbate verb. formal to make a problem become worse. do more harm than good phrase. to make a situation worse instead of better. make matters/things worse phrase. used for talking about something that makes a bad situation worse.
Do you think the world is getting better or worse?
In a survey run by YouGov for the programme, 71% of respondents said they thought the world was getting worse, and only 5% said that is was getting better. But what’s the reality of the situation?
When does a situation come to a head?
if a situation comes to a head, or if you bring it to a head, it suddenly becomes worse
Are there any people who deserve to go to Hell?
One of the more blasphemous notions about hell is that there are people in hell who don’t deserve to be there. Nothing could be farther from the truth. God’s justice is impeccable and he never consigns anyone to punishment in hell who does not fully deserve to suffer there. Myth #6: There are people in hell who wanted to go to heaven.
Why is it important to say hello at University?
And, thus, a university full of personable and warm individuals inadvertently becomes less hospitable in the aggregate—particularly in the eyes of anyone who already had doubts regarding his or her own social/intellectual/political identity on campus. So this week, make sure to say hello.
Is it true that saying hello makes a difference?
As I learned from my teaching evaluations that summer afternoon, saying hello makes a difference. There’s surprising power to hello. That’s not just me (and student evaluations) talking—that’s science. Behavioral research demonstrates that little things make a big difference when it comes to social interaction.
What happens to your mouth when you say hello?
And even that holding a pen in your teeth so that the ends of your lips curl upward —forcing your mouth into a smile you aren’t even aware of—leads you to find a joke funnier and just enjoy what you’re doing a little bit more. Saying hello has similar effects. Yet all too often, we don’t do it.