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5 Reasons People Stay in Bad Relationships, According to Science

We’ve all seen the situation and it baffles you to the core: a spouse cheats on their partner, yet they remain the happy quintessential couple on your sunny neighborhood block. All looks normal on their relationship horizon, but a month or two later pass, and you hear they are heading on vacation, moving to a […]

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Evaluate Your Life Day

Sunday, October 19th is National Evaluate Your Life Day. Yes, It would seem that along with Moldy Cheese Day, Bald and Free Day, and Virus Appreciation Day (seems like Ebola has good timing). Evaluate Your Life Day is a great opportunity to stop and appreciate something a little off the beaten path. That’s what quirky holidays are all about.

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Adding a Social Media Cleanse To Your “Tech Diet”

Social media is a wonderful tool that can connect each and every one of us, but did you know it can be harmful as well? Recent studies have shown that social media can contribute to loneliness and reduces overall life-satisfaction, rather than making us feel connected. If you’re feeling down in the dumps, our writer provides some reasons why it might be essential to add a social media cleanse to your tech diet this year.

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He Said, She Said: ‘The Friend Zone’ vs. Patience and Self-Love

This week we have a question that gently touches three different aspects of relationships. One of which is the dreaded ‘friend zone’, best described in popular culture as a platonic relationship that contains no romantic entanglements. This stems from one of the parties involved wanting more, while the other does not. Though many talk about the […]

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