Spring Web Services 2 Cookbook by Shameer KunjumohamedAbout the Book: Spring Web Services 2 Cookbook Spring Web Services is a product of the Spring community focusedon creating document-driven Web services. Spring Web Services aims to facilitate contract-first SOAPservice development, allowing for the creation of flexible webservices using one of the many ways to manipulate XML payloads. This comprehensive guide -- which provides professionalexpertise on a variety of technical topics right from setting-up acontract-first Web-Service, creating client of a Web-Service toserialization, monitoring, testing and security using Spring-WS --helps you enhance your skills in Spring Web Services. Spring Web Services 2 Cookbook includes a wide variety ofrecipes that covers most important topics used in real-worldapplications. It is a well-rounded guide covering a lot of groundin the Spring Web Services domain using systematic arrangedchapters and focused recipes. The book begins with setting up a contract first Web Serviceover various protocols such as JMS, XMPP, and Email. The nextchapter targets creating clients for SOAP Web Services. We thenlearn how to test and monitor the Web Service using tools likesoapUI and TCPMon. Building on, logging, tracing and exceptionhandling are detailed in the subsequent chapter. The book thencovers marshalling and unmarshalling using different technologieslike JAXB2, XMLBeans, JibX, XStream, MooseXML etc. SecuringWebServices through authentication, authorization, encryption anddecryption and digital signature using Spring-WS features based onXWSS and WSS4J Libraries is outlined in the next chapter twochapters. The book then tackles development of RESTful WebServices. Finally, Setting up Web Services using Spring Remotingbased on various technologies like HTTP , RMI, JMS, JAXWS and a WebService using Apache CXF on JAX-WS front-end are explained. This book will help relatively new developers in acceleratingtheir learning process and experienced developers in expandingtheir skills sets of Spring We
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What to do if you are someone who hates to talk about “feelings”?
Part of that is expressing emotions, be it through writing, body language, or talking with other people, and researchers are finding that unlatching the cage and letting those emotional birds fly free could have some real health benefits. And in a study of people who lived to be years old, emotional expression was found to be a common trait, along with a positive attitude towards life, among the long-lived. So expressing emotions, on the whole, seems to be good for you. And the solution is not necessarily to just pop the top off that champagne bottle of emotions and watch them spray all over the place. Emotional intelligence is a skill, and some people are better at recognizing and communicating emotions than others.
We all have big, big feelings. And we are taught, sometimes inadvertently, to find ways to cope with those feelings alone, or to express them in unhealthy ways or to not express them at all. Then, one day, you find yourself in a lovely relationship and you realize that you MUST express your feelings. It happens slowly, over time. My clients and I usually unpack this slow journey during therapy, to find out what happened. But today I want to tell you about what comes next. I want to tell you about how to identify and express your feelings to your partner.
Can you name some more? How about playful, joyful, calm? Mad, upset, worried. Confused, lonely, nervous. Grateful, glad, cozy.
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My feelings avoidance played itself out in different ways. One way was that, at age 21, I bought a guitar, and took to studying flamenco guitar. Old habits die hard. As frustrating as it, from time to time, those old patterns continue to play out. Feelings are how we register and interpret our emotions. People have lots of different feelings, often at the same time, often conflicting.
Honestly, if I had a choice, I probably would like to ignore the fact that they exist altogether. Expressing my feelings makes me feel vulnerable, and I always worry telling people how I feel will just drive them away. By being vulnerable, I open myself up to being hurt Chances are, you have someone in your life like this, and you're always wondering what this person is thinking. You want to help when they're upset, but you actually have no idea what to do or how to approach them. Most of the time, people don't even realize they've hurt me because I haven't said anything about it. But honestly, the people who hide their feelings don't NOT have any
Not everyone finds expressing their feelings easy or having it come naturally. While the stereotype is that men have the hardest time expressing their emotions, everyone at one time or another in their life may find it difficult to say how they feel. Learning why you have trouble expressing your feelings can go a long way into changing that behavior. Saying how you feel is something you can learn how to do, just as readily as you can learn how to fix a faucet or mend a button on a shirt. Here are ten common reasons why people find it difficult to express their emotions to someone else. You are afraid of angry feelings or conflicts with people. In addition, you may believe that disclosing your thoughts and feelings to those you care about would result in their rejection of you.