Going through heartbreak doesn't mean your stomach has to suffer! Instead of digging into your go-to comfort food, we're offering healthier guilt-free substitutes! (And we promise, they are just as yummy — if not yummier!)
U.K. researchers from Keele University found that using your pottymouth can actually alleviate physical and emotional pain.
You will, without a doubt, endure the pain of a breakup at some point in your life. It won't be easy, it will hurt like hell, but if you prepare yourself now for what you can expect then, perhaps you can make it easier on yourself. We take you through the stages of destroying your photos of him to "I'm sorry. You look familiar, but I really can't place you."
There were times throughout our 15 year marriage when he'd make boyishly stupid remarks. "You're nothing like the woman I married," he'd say, like he'd gotten a bum deal or as if I'd somehow knowingly hoodwinked him.
In my opinion, emotional cheating is the worst of the two because so many people's feelings are involved. Scientists decided to get to the bottom of cheating and it turns out women agree with my opinion while men take the opposite point of view. According to a study published in Archives of Sexual Behavior, women are more hurt by emotional cheating while men are more hurt when the cheating is sexual.
You've been friends all for a long time. You tell each other everything, even who you're dating and how it's going. Then suddenly it happens. The change when suddenly this comfortable, easy-going friendship takes on a new form and becomes a burgeoning romantic relationship. Here are four signs that you and your guy friend are turning into a romantic item.
Yes, gentlemen, it's up to you to step it up and save the day when your damsel in distress is surrounded by snot-filled tissues and is hacking up her left lung. It’s not easy for women to be sick because, as research shows, when ladies get the flu it lasts 20 percent longer than when you do.
Although I haven't gone out of my way to be naked around my 6-year-old daughter (and we haven't had any direct discussion about my nude body), I certainly haven't hid my body from her either.
Nobody can annoy me like my husband. He just knows exactly which buttons to press to make me go crazy and he clearly revels in his ability to put me over the edge. But dear readers, I get my revenge, most of which is in the form of super-gross gestures.
In the New York Times this past weekend, Mandy Len Catron, wrote about psychologist Arthur Aron, and how, with a simple technique, he made two strangers fall in love. She also wrote about how she applied it to her own life and — voila! — magic there, as well. Dr. Aaron's study was all about questions and staring. The two participants in the study were to sit facing each other while answering a series of questions about death, family relationships, dreams, love, and so on. Each question got more and more personal, with the final question, or rather statement, being, "Share a personal problem and ask your partner's advice on how he or she might handle it. Also, ask your partner to reflect back to you how you seem to be feeling about the problem you have chosen." After that part of the experiment was finished, the two were to stare into each other's eyes for four minutes.