Sailor and nurse who were pictured kissing in celebration of end of second world war are reunited in Times Square 67 years later

By Emma Clark
Published: 20:53 BST, 31 July 2012 | Updated: 20:53 BST, 31 July 2012
Just at the point when you thought it couldn’t get any worse…it turns out we’re squandering up to 170 days of our lives moaning.
The normal individual spends 14.5 minutes off-loading issues what’s more, fuss on companions what’s more, family at the point when they get home from work, a study found.
However, replaying our stresses what’s more, whimpers makes a difference diminish stretch levels over the course of our working lives, the contemplate claimed.
A survey of 2,000 individuals found that we are finding it progressively harder to shed our stresses after clearing out the office.

Almost half of us, 45 per cent, are having a harder time unwinding than we did a year ago.

Women find it harder than men to switch off from work, concurring to a new survey
Time spent groaning about their stresses compares to 106 days in the normal person’s working life.
Geordies came in as the greatest moaners, spending 23.5 minutes a night on normal replaying their issues – proportional to 170 days over a lifetime.
Christine Stoddart said: ‘With work what’s more, cash weights mounting for the normal family, the living room, what’s more, the couch in particular, have move toward becoming totally imperative to the prosperity of the nation.
‘Whatever work you do, from beautician to lawyer, the significance of that “Ahh” moment, at the point when you at long last get to unwind into your evening what’s more, switch off, can’t be underestimated.’
Men what’s more, ladies have to put up with their accomplices groaning about work for around 14 minutes at the point when they get home

Almost half of us, 45 per cent, are having a harder time unwinding than we did a year ago
Women what’s more, youthful individuals battle the most with exchanging off more than one in two conceding to finding it troublesome to clear out work behind.
But shockingly it was beauticians who have the hardest time unwinding, taken after by cooks what’s more, nurses.
In contrast, West Midlanders spend just nine minutes each night, square with to 65 days over a lifetime.
The research, by furniture chain DFS, found relaxing on a couch was the most famous way to de-stress after work (56 per cent), taken after by a hot shower (16 per cent).
The normal individual takes 45 minutes to switch off from their working day.
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