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Why You Should Stop Trying to Find Your Soulmate & What to Do Instead – Annabel Gutterman

Hollywood, romance novels, picture-perfect depictions of relationships on social media: It’s all-too-easy to believe in soulmates. But while nearly two-thirds of American adults believe in them, according to a 2017 Monmouth University poll, psychology professor Gary W. Lewandowski Jr. says the term ‘soulmate’ can be dangerous. It can connote perfectionism — and perfection in relationships … Continue reading Why You Should Stop Trying to Find Your Soulmate & What to Do Instead – Annabel Gutterman

When You Are Unhappy In a Relationship, Why Do You Stay? The Answer May Surprise You – Samantha Joel

Why do people stay in unsatisfying romantic relationships? A new study suggests it may be because they view leaving as bad for their partner. The study, being published in the November 2018 issue of the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, explored the possibility that people deciding whether to end a relationship consider not only … Continue reading When You Are Unhappy In a Relationship, Why Do You Stay? The Answer May Surprise You – Samantha Joel

Why Fluffer Friends Aren’t Good Friends — Success Inspirers’ World

Originally posted on Faithfully Falling Into Life: I have had many friendships throughout high school already. Some have stayed and are still alive. Some have withered away and no longer exist. Some are being revived because we have learned how to be honest. I have realized that the friendships that have lasted and kept strong… via … Continue reading Why Fluffer Friends Aren’t Good Friends — Success Inspirers’ World

Social Interaction Is Critical for Mental and Physical Health – Jane E. Brody

Hurray for the HotBlack Coffee cafe in Toronto for declining to offer Wi-Fi to its customers. There are other such cafes, to be sure, including seven of the eight New York City locations of Café Grumpy. But it’s HotBlack’s reason for the electronic blackout that is cause for hosannas. As its president, Jimson Bienenstock, explained, … Continue reading Social Interaction Is Critical for Mental and Physical Health – Jane E. Brody

Sexually Active Older People More Likely To Have Better Memory, Study Finds – Sabrina Barr

Sexually active people over the age of 50 are more likely to have a better memory, a study has claimed. Drawing pictures of past experiences and eating turmeric once a day have been said to have a beneficial impact on one’s cognitive abilities. According to a recent study published in Archives of Sexual Behaviour, engaging in … Continue reading Sexually Active Older People More Likely To Have Better Memory, Study Finds – Sabrina Barr

How To Get Over a Breakup, According to Science – Andrew Gregory

The aftermath of a breakup can be devastating. Most people emerge from it intact, but research has shown that the end of a romantic relationship can lead to insomnia, intrusive thoughts and even reduced immune function. While in the throes of a breakup, even the most motivated people can have a difficult time determining how … Continue reading How To Get Over a Breakup, According to Science – Andrew Gregory

How To Get Your Mate Up Off The Couch & Running

Ever get asked by mates what the attraction to running is? Or maybe you've got a friend who's shown interest in running and is ready to give it a try? As you know, starting isn't easy, so here's how to help them take their first steps, and stick with it. Walk first The saying goes … Continue reading How To Get Your Mate Up Off The Couch & Running

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