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Are You a Noun or a Verb? Why it Matters
Whether you are a noun or a verb holds an important clue to self-awareness: Are you static or evolving?
6 Tips to Run Your Love Life Like a Great Business
If you want a monogamous relationship to go the distance, you have a lot to learn from strategies of the client-based business world. Here’s what a well-run business does:
The Two Faces of Facebook
Does Facebook promote an exaggerated sense of self, a false façade of self-worth, or does it in actuality cultivate real self-esteem?
Your Brain On Sex
Most of us know that the brain is the most erotic organ in the human body and sexual behavior originates in the mind. However, did you know that sex boosts brain power?
6 Chill Summer De-stressing Tips
Summer is the best time to practice stress-management strategies, so that they can become knee-jerk responses for cold, dark, rainy days. Here’s how to chill:
Gardeners Tend to be Happier and Healthier
Throughout the ages gardeners have known the secrets to longevity and health. Why gardeners are healthier:
No Respect for Obese Patients
When doctors administer a dose of empathy, it is reserved for normal weight patients. The overweight patient who stands to benefit from understanding experiences medical prejudice - a judgment about their lack of will power.
The Hidden Stress of Hanging on to Clothes
It is common knowledge that most of us wear 20% of our wardrobe 80% of the time because we play favorites. However, we continue shopping and spending money that we could have used more wisely or saved. Time to reduce your closet.
Women Do Less Housework, Gain More Weight
An interesting trend correlates with women packing on the pounds – they are doing less housework than previous generations. There has been an attitude shift in the female population and housework has become a dirty word.
Debunking the Myth of Kindness
A popular myth exists that being kind and compassionate means that we give ourselves away. However, it is time to realize that kindness and civility are selfish and advantageous.
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