For more information about the charges for invalidation, see Paying for Object Invalidation.
To control the versions of objects that are served from your distribution, you can either invalidate objects or give them versioned file names.
This may be done by denying, minimizing, ridiculing, ignoring, or judging the other’s feelings or perceptions.
Regardless of the means, the effect is clear: the other person’s feelings are judged as “unimportant” or “wrong.” Invalidation can take many forms.
The View Controllers which implement my protocol return a different item size depending on the orientation.
I wanted a single horizontal scrolling line of cells, centered in the view, in both portrait and landscape. I overrode prepare Layout to recalculate the insets and then call [super prepare Layout].
In a previous article, we looked at the first of these four patterns- It’s one of the most serious communication mistakes spouses can make in their marriage, in how they respond to each other.
Invalidation is a pattern in which one (or both) spouse(s) either directly, or indirectly puts down, or questions the feelings of the other.
While the answers to that question are many and often complex, there is a growing body of research suggesting that there are four negative risk factors- four negative behavior patterns that create barriers in a marriage and increase a couple’s chances for marital failure.
In one key studiy, researchers followed a sample of 135 couples for twelve years, starting before they were married, and were able to differentiate those couples who do well from those who do not, with up to 91% accuracy.* My experience of working with thousands of couples over the past seventeen years is definitely congruent with these findings.