Many couples say that the secret to a lasting marriage is to marry your best friend, but I didn't. I have my best friends, and then I have my husband. We don't pick up where we left off the way friends do. There are no gaps because he and I are constants.
"Are you there?" "Did you get there okay?" "Did you get in a car accident?" And other questions you'll get used to when dating a worry-wart. Just how bad is it, though?
Dinner for a first date? I don't recommend it! (Not after I went out with a guy who cried into his pasta dish on our very first date.)
Noah Zanden shares a new study that helps us identify the signs of a liar. These signs can possibly even help weed out the best of liars, according to Zanden.
Are you a codependent person? The answer might surprise you.
For those of you who haven't been in college for quite a few years, things are a wee bit different now. Although you can still get your hands on staples like math, science, and English classes, if that's your thing, the outside world is making a far greater impact on college curriculum and what it has to offer their students each year. When I was at university, the "strangest" class my school offered was wine tasting. I remember that even though I thought it was brilliant, my parents were dead set against it.
Thanksgiving dinner is a time for everyone to come together. Pilgrims ... Indians... turkey lovers ... and vegans. The holiday meal of goodwill can so often turn into a time of terror for plant-based dieters. You show up to dishes laden with butter, eggs, sausage, cream, and meat—and you're left to nosh on a measly green salad drizzled with olive oil. It's pretty incredible, actually, to consider how non-plant-based a classic Thanksgiving menu is:
Everything you really need to know can be learned from kids.
If you are single, but would rather not be, I am sure you have given significant thought about why. I know what you're thinking: Why is it that you don't have a man yet certain people around you seem to hop (sometimes effortlessly) from one relationship to another? Well, one answer is it may not be your season.
Study conducted by Stanford University proves that stress leads to faster aging in women.