Tor Constantino shares 3 things he continues to do wrong - as well as 3 he does right - that have helped his marriage last two decades.
A new study conducted by the National Academy of Sciences found that people make life changing decisions at ages that end in nine (29, 39, etc.). The reason for this, according to UCLA psychologist, Hal Hershfield is that the aging gap in between 39 and 40 is a transition that "forces" us to evaluate our life and where it's headed.
We chatted with Dr. Elizabeth Yepez, an OB-GYN from Chicago, Illinois, about some of the biggest misconceptions surrounding fertility and pregnancy. Here are eight surprising facts about reproductive health that every woman should know:
When people talk about Thanksgiving they usually imagine a big dinner with family. It involves fielding uncomfortable questions from relatives you only see once a year. There are arguments, laughs and many bellies full from indulging in those family recipes. It's a good time, but it's definitely not the only way to celebrate the fall holiday! You don't have to only spend Thanksgiving with people related to you. It's also the perfect time to get together with friends! Friendsgiving is a great alternative and requires less traveling if you live far from home.
Most nights I lie in bed, ready for an escape from myself, yet a constantly streaming video loop of everything I ate, how I exercised, and the activities of my day won't stop playing in my mind. I pause. I breathe. I try to relax once again.
There are many side effects to birth control but recent study has discovered a new one. The study found that women on the pill are more likely to lose their desire for their significant other, if they come off the pill mid relationship. However, if their partner was found to be extremely attractive on a general level, then they're likely to remain attracted to their significant other.
One. The percent of adults in the United States diagnosed with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, one of the most misunderstood and misrepresented mental health challenges out there. And while I found it hard to articulate my depression, I find it even harder to talk about this. Why? Because OCD is so misunderstood. Just like depression isn't "being sad," OCD isn't a synonym for anal-retentive or quirky.
Ever feel as though you always find yourself in situations with the slightly shady? Take off the rose-colored glasses and pay attention to these bright red flags. Your sanity (and friends who care about you) will thank you.
Clueless is one of the best (and most classic) movies of all time, and if you disagree with that sentence you can stop reading this article now. Clueless is one of those movies that you own on DVD, you have on your Netflix watch list at all times and still, any time it's on TV, you can't resist sitting down and re-watching all the amazing Cher and Dionne moments. The 1995 movie is almost 20 years old ,and we enjoy any chance we get to talk about Cher, Dionne, Ty and of course, our love for Paul Rudd in the 90s.
I'm sarcastic. I'm not just sometimes sarcastic, like in awkward situations where I feel on the defensive or in other scenarios where I'm tying to hide my true emotions. No, I'm always sarcastic, through and through, to the core, and right down to my very bones. And, because of this personality trait, things are difficult for me when it comes to dealing with those who don't speak in sarcasm. I'm not sure why one wouldn't, but I digress.