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75% Of Women Say THIS Interferes With Their Relationship

When it comes to relationships, our smartphones aren't exactly helping them. Like me, people are way too into their phones, with psychologists even dubbing phones the "third wheel" to most couples. In fact, a new survey found that 75% of women in long-term relationships can actually see that their smartphones are interfering in their relationships and messing up quality time with their partners, but just don't stop playing with their little bundles of technological joy.

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10 Yoga Poses That Double As Awesome Sex Positions

Yoga is one of the best mind-body experiences you can give yourself. Naturally, it translates really well in the sack with your partner helping you build both intimacy—AND a better body. So why don't we try some easy yoga moves that lend themselves perfectly to the bedroom? We love multi-tasking—and being creative. From dead bug to child's pose, these moves are fun, exciting and yoga-instructor approved. And you don't have to be a total yogi to try these out either.

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No Sparks? Here's What You Need To Know About Letting Down A Date

Let's be real -- the whole dating process comes with a ton of tough situations to navigate. Case in point: trying to figure out the best way to let down that decent (but sparkless) date you recently went on. Should you feed them some line about not being interested, despite the "great time" you had? Or just skip the communication altogether, and hope that your silence sends the message? Is there any good way of doing this? We asked 20 men and women to weigh in on what they'd prefer when it comes to being let down after a date, and we received a pretty wide range of answers.

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Sorry, You're NOT A "Single Mom" Just Because Your Husband Works

Let me just tell you something right now: Having a husband that works long hours does not make you “practically a single mom.” Sorry, it just does not. What it DOES make you is a stay-at-home mom doing what stay at home moms do: caring for your children while your husband goes to work so that you don’t have to try and do both like real single moms do.