According to Dutch researchers, both positive and negative gossip about others can turn up the volume on our own self-reflection and self-evaluation, and in doing so makes us feel better about ourselves as well as forces us to be more competitive.
In response to a recent viral story about the beauty of catcalling, a guy gives us the harsh truth about it.
A new study has found that more people than you'd think would, if they found out they had cancer, keep it to themselves. Twenty-five percent of women said they would probably keep such bad news to themselves, while 18% of men said they would consider doing the same. When it came to revealing the truth to their partners, 4% of women said they would not, and only 1% of men would also keep it to themselves. That's a pretty difficult secret to keep and, I imagine, one that would not have anyone's partner grateful that it was kept.
The internet can house some really awesome things … and some especially strange things too. And when it comes to finding love and online dating, there are 16 odd stages we all go through. Some rock, some suck worse than a pelvic exam, but they are all the absolute truth, and we all know it.
I'm not an emotional person, but my emotions finally got to me after becoming paralyzed on the job.
Sometimes, being an adult fan is awesome. And sometimes it's not so great... so crank up your copy of Midnight Memories, fill up your 1D cup with your favorite adult beverage, and join me on this journey of loving these five beautiful British and Irish guys
There are many reasons why I love my husband, Olivier. I love his accent, for starters, despite the fact that I'm not a big fan of accents. There's just something the way his thick French accent makes everything sound better and sexier. I also love the way he sees the world, in this hopeful way that even the worst tragedies will have a happy ending. And while I'd love even more to go through all the reasons why I love him, I'll spare you. Instead, I'll tell you one of the big reasons I originally fell for him: his kinky side.
A study has proven that unnecessary arguments can impact a couples weight, negatively. They sampled from 43 healthy couples, who had been married three years (minimal). Throughout the trial their insulin levels were monitored--these were the results.
When I was 17 years old, I came out as bisexual. I had one of the easiest coming out stories ever, with the people in my life accepting my sexuality and moving on. I thought I was in the clear. What I didn't see coming was the crazy things people would say as time went on.
People who grew up in the '90s really lucked out in life because it's the sweet spot in time when we grew up as the Internet came into the world. We aren't completely emerged in the technology culture, but we also aren't confused by it like our parents. We grew up with the best toys and most of all, the best cartoons.