yesterday at 23:30.
Want to lessen your risk of divorce? The age when you marry is a major factor.
These Are the Best (and Worst) Ages to Get Married
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Susan Biggs Mayeux
yesterday at 23:59
I think my parents had it figured out just right. They married at 27 and had me ( their only child) at 33. They waited until they were both finished with their education and had jobs and stable lives. They had a long reasonably happy life together and were married almost 59 years when my dad passed away.
Luciana Alexander Morais
yesterday at 23:42
Want to lessen your risk of divorce? Don't get married.
yesterday at 23:53
Thanks for the advice. These articles are so stupid. Save the click. If you're over 35, you're destined for misery and divorce
yesterday at 18:30.
Isolation is going viral: The number of Americans who report having no close friends has tripled since 1985. Here's why.
2 Key Reasons Why We're Becoming Lonelier
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yesterday at 18:43
Maybe it's because the younger generation is always on their phones and they really don't talk in person.... the observations I've made even at restaurant movie theaters or anywhere in public they're always on their phone even when they've got people with them
yesterday at 18:37
Im an introvert, so obviously Im not a social person and dont have many friends, unless I have something to offer them. Its sad.
yesterday at 18:34
Your value is not equated by how many likes your post gets. Your value is comes from within. You ARE enough......Whether or not other people recognize it is irrelevant. Share because you are proud.... not because you need affirmation.
yesterday at 16:53.
Answer this one question, and then live your answer.
A Surprising Secret to Being Happier, Starting Today
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yesterday at 17:52
What's this, the vanilla version of ''what would you do if you'd be dead in a month''? Such boring and irrelevant stuff... I keep wondering who (tf) is funding this type of research. Such a waste of money!
yesterday at 17:04
What if you hate your home town and don't have any friends? I think in order for this question to work properly, I'd need to reword it with, "What would you do if you were going to DIE soon?"
yesterday at 22:20
I would rather enjoy the beauty of God's creations. And tell God all my heartaches and give myself assurance that in every problems that I encounter God is always besides me, giving me hopes and dreams that in every problems and trials He's always there ready to help and He's just waiting for me to ask for it
yesterday at 00:01.
Are you following the script?
3 Steps to More Successful Flirting
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yesterday at 01:08
Step number 1 - be hot. Step number 2 - win.
In all seriousness though, it's hard to be "on" all the time. Those dates where youre nervous or can't think of what to say or can't get comfortable. When you need to be funny, charming, witty, keep the conversation going. It seems like so much of it is false starts with the wrong people and up to random chance
Victor Kent Mwangi
yesterday at 11:31
flirting shouldnt be a phobia kind like which many develop thinking of how to flirt and woo a girl... flirting and public speaking have many similar xters... the way you shouldnt cram those words on that accursed slip is the same method used when flirting ... flirting should be taken as fun... peace should be included in it... calmness... sincerity... i shouldnt rehearse those words... be free with yourself words will flow out of your mouth youll be suprised... its natural..
yesterday at 02:31
If it's not coming naturally from chemistry it's probably not gonna be a good relationship in the first place...
[response to title and skim-through of the article only]
02/25/2017 at 22:09.
Sure, it can increase your flexibility. But do you know what it does for your sex life?
The Growing Evidence That Yoga Improves Sex
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02/25/2017 at 23:29
It's the tightening of the muscles in the core area - this includes the musculature of the pelvic region. A tightened pelvic region for females results in easier to reach and more intense orgasms - At least, that was my personal experience with ANY exercises that involved the pelvic region... I had an orgasm just typing about that!
02/25/2017 at 22:38
You mean being in better shape improves your health and sexual arousal? Um. Old news.
Lisa Ann Lowry-Johnson
02/25/2017 at 22:51
It's not the yoga itself or the increased blood flow or flexibility but the confidence that comes with feeling good about yourself. However, they should picture a man also because men can benefit also.
02/25/2017 at 19:34.
A man with a tattoo is definitely sending a message, but it may not be what he thinks.
Are Men With Tattoos More Attractive?
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02/25/2017 at 19:44
So heres food for thought. Do you think us people with tats care that others dont have them? If they aren't your thing, that's fine and respectable. Don't see us calling you trash or other names because you don't have any. If you don't like them, don't get any and leave the people that do have them alone.
02/25/2017 at 19:42
Maybe not if your instinct is to go w the God-awful tribal piece featured in the cover photo. There's no recovering from that sort of bad decision.
Michelle Faris Contois
02/25/2017 at 19:56
No. I don't think so. I think intelligence, compassion, and confidence are what makes a person attractive. Everyone can attain with some effort.
02/25/2017 at 15:41.
How many can you solve?
10 Classic Word Puzzles to Challenge Your Verbal Brain
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02/25/2017 at 15:43
To make the right choices in life, you have to get in touch with your soul. To do this, you need to experience solitude, which most people are afraid of, because in the silence you hear the truth and know the solutions. - Deepak Chopra
02/25/2017 at 16:15
" Who creates more, GDP.? " ( Introverts " or, " Extroverts.? " )
02/25/2017 at 15:50
Not every puzzle is intended to be solved. Some are in place to test your limits. Others are, in fact, not puzzles at all...
02/25/2017 at 01:00.
Is it infatuation, or long-term love? There are some subtle but proven ways to tell.
7 Signs That You've Found The One
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Lisa Ann Lowry-Johnson
02/25/2017 at 03:02
I disagree with the eye thing. It's not where they look, it's how they look at you! The look of love is vastly different from then look of lust. It's hard to explain but you can tell by the look in their eyes. Love is often twinkling, watery, caring and lust is hungry.
02/25/2017 at 04:13
Don't look for a soul mate. Make one -- out of the complex fabric of the human being already with you. Instructions are never included. They vary with the strength of your ability to see, the measure of your selective blindness, the limits of your mercy, and the intensity of your desire.
A soul mate is not found. A soul mate is recognized.
Shawn Avvesome Baranick
02/25/2017 at 01:03
Nope, if someone likes you back theyre a narcissistic, gaslighting, psychopath. ..
02/24/2017 at 22:00.
Death from self-injury is a growing crisis, especially in certain groups. These are the facts.
The Startling, Underestimated Crisis of Self-Injury Death
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02/25/2017 at 05:44
Why is there not a campaign to change mental health laws? As a parent you are left to wait till the person suffering is harmful to others and themselves. You can not seek help for the person suffering on their behalf confidentiality laws bar you from helping... The situation need review and we are not going to get it unless the professionals start a campaign ... very worried mother
Jordan M Mackey
02/24/2017 at 23:39
Why in the hell are people attempting to ignorantly P.C about suicide...!? It doesn't have a safe space or special word. It's simply call suicide.
02/25/2017 at 13:41
People have lost their connection to a sense of deep love they felt as babies and young children. Usually through childhood neglect/abuse. The answer is to go deep inside and feel the pain, hopefully with guidance. If you can feel it you can heal it! The love is waiting for you. Your heart knows! The evidence that this is true. Your heart is beating.
02/24/2017 at 19:00.
Gaslighters subject partners to constant manipulation and brainwashing. These telltale signs indicate that someone you care about may be at risk.
8 Signs of Being in a Relationship With a Gaslighter
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02/24/2017 at 19:18
I know some people this applies to. It is a sad thing indeed when people utilize narcissistic attributes to control, manipulate, and degrade others. They believe they are never wrong, and when you attempt to point out any negligence on their part, you are berated and not allowed to make a realistic and rational argument against their behavior, because they will not allow themselves to be corrected or helped, usually because they know you are right and do not want to acknowledge that in any way.
Carol Nielsen Remscheid
02/24/2017 at 19:08
Win at all costs. For them it's always a win. They'll look you right in the eyes and lie to your face or use double talk as to not give you a straight answer, so they can fall back on technicalities and still make it your fault. They love the game more than they could ever love another person.
02/24/2017 at 21:00
There is a really amazing book by Susan Forward : When your lover is a liar...mentions that it is impossible to even seek counselling when in a relationship with a sociopath. When someone can, with zero guilt, convince you that real events are nonexistant, she says to get out fast because your life is in danger. Staying with them will cause your health to slowly deteriorate to the point that you will be left a lifeless shell.
02/24/2017 at 16:00.
What makes a nervous dog? According to new research, it's most likely a nervous owner.
How Our Dogs Echo Our Emotions
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02/24/2017 at 16:04
If your heal your own neurotic patterns.
it heals your the behaviour of your animals. they become more relaxed. because they are watching you
02/24/2017 at 19:03
I think it depends on the past of the animal. I got my 9 years old cat from the spca and she gets anxiety separation because she was rejected at least 3 times. But I make sure to reassure her and do what I can so she is comforted when I go out and when I come back.
Hayley Twigg Wheeler
02/24/2017 at 21:46
I have two dogs with different anxieties, one hates having other people in the house, he tries to herd them, i think it's a protective thing for my children. The other is a rescue dog afraid of fast moving feet. They were both 4 months old when we got them so not sure what their puppy life was like and we've had them 5 and 4 years respectively
02/24/2017 at 13:00.
Does this sound like someone you know?
5 Ways to Deal with Someone Who's Always Looking for an Argument
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02/24/2017 at 15:24
There was a wise man who had a healthier and happier life.An idiot wanted to know the secret behind that,so he asked the wise man:why are you always happy and healthy?
"I don't argue"said the wise.The idiot promptly said"but that's impossible".And the wise replied "yes,it's impossible.
Travis Xayne Abbott
02/24/2017 at 14:51
I lived with someone like this for 2 years. Every single interaction with me or anyone else around was, to him, an opportunity to assert his dominance. Every. Single. Interaction. It was the most exhausting way to live.
02/24/2017 at 13:13
Yeah.Ther's just a "friend" who is very hard to approach and sometimes i don't know how to start talking to her if i have to ask something.She wanted to show to everyone that she's the strongest but i kn0w deep inside she's weak.
02/24/2017 at 01:00.
Few things will improve your life more effectively than improving your connections to others. Start here.
5 Ways to Make Your Relationships Stronger
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02/24/2017 at 04:32
1.Recognize that all relationships have their ups and downs. 2.Use the word “we”. 3.Keep the 3:1 ratio. 4.Keep the novelty alive. 5.Keep the playfulness alive. 6.Give your partner space. 7.Show each other daily physical affection.
02/24/2017 at 06:20
There’s nothing wrong with having a tight-knit group of friends. Having a close circle of friends gives you a sense of belonging and a place where you are accepted for who you are—flaws and all...... Please read more......
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02/24/2017 at 01:34
I think we r batting 5 for 5 on this one, babe 😉😘😘😘💘
02/23/2017 at 21:00.
It may have just become much easier to figure out who has psychopathic traits.
A Super-Quick Way to Determine Who’s Psychopathic
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02/23/2017 at 21:03
1.Look for glib and superficial charm. 2.Look for a grandiose self-perception. 3.Watch for a constant need for stimulation. 4.Determine if there is pathological lying. 5.Evaluate the level of manipulation. 6.Look for any feelings of guilt. 7.Consider the affect or emotional response a person has.
02/24/2017 at 06:45
This questionnaire is not helpful.
Listen to your gut - I worked for one and It was a horrible experience. My advice on things to look out for in real life :
The death stare - they rarely blink and the stare seems to penetrate your soul
Rolling eyes in meetings
sycophantic with seniors
Playing the victim - poor me
Feigning empathy - because they don't feel it their attempt to blend in when needed will look over the top.
They don't catch yawns
Just my experience
02/24/2017 at 00:19
There is no quick way to correctly identify a psychopath, sorry. It's based on a pattern of behavior, and their patterns are generally well concealed. They are great at seeming normal.
02/23/2017 at 17:00.
Pet owners know how much it hurts to lose an animal companion. Do others understand?
The Profound Pain of Losing a Pet
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02/23/2017 at 18:19
It's been year and a half since I lost my sweet boy Filip. It's still really hard and can't speak of him without tears. He was my everything and the best thing I ever did. Miss him tremendously.
02/23/2017 at 22:19
It's a tremendously traumatizing event even in the best case scenarios. They become family and never seem to live long enough. I grieved with my entire family when we lost our beloved family dog Chloe. Many people found it difficult to empathize considering it was "just a dog".
02/24/2017 at 00:09
I couldn't imagine losing my mick...I feel people who lose a pet should get bereavement leave from work....some people say "it's just a dog" well no they are family .
02/23/2017 at 13:00.
You can't reason with someone who's verbally abusing you. Do this instead.
The Only Effective Way to Stop Verbal Abuse
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02/23/2017 at 13:51
Article content condensed:
"The ONLY effective way to put an end to verbal abuse is to call out the abuser each time they strike. Ignore the actual content of what's been said, identify the type of abuse employed, name it, and calmly ask the abuser to stop it
If this calm approach does not work, the only meaningful response to verbal abuse is to physically remove yourself from the situation."
02/23/2017 at 13:04
Don't try to reason with them or engage them. Some people only feel worthwhile when they are verbally or emotionally abusing someone. It makes them feel worthwhile in an otherwise miserable life.
02/23/2017 at 13:43
Lot of definitions for abuse though. What if you ignore them and it's classed as passive/aggressive behaviour? And rolling your eyes is abuse? Never ending cycles right there!
02/23/2017 at 01:00.
At least one in three couples have this problem. Have you ever seen it?
The Hidden Epidemic in Modern Relationships
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Ally M Davis
02/23/2017 at 02:51
A PHD wrote this?? Wow!!! How can it be a serious relationship if only one person is serious? This is called a CASUAL relationship or entanglement. Just because you are with someone and live with them doesn't mean anything if you are not on the same page!! This article is rediculous!!!
02/23/2017 at 14:55
But I would argue that in the past that people may have been forced into decisions such as marriage, moving in together, because of social expectations, which can be just as damaging as not committing
02/23/2017 at 08:20
I'm beginning to think the person who keeps posting this bias rubbish has been burned in a relationship or two. This used to be a fairly interesting page but of late reeks of imbalance. Maybe it's time to do some healing away from social media and stop using this as a vehicle for your obvious disdain of relationships.
02/22/2017 at 21:00.
Do you know someone whose success and ego has made them impossible to be around?
5 Signs That Someone Has Turned Into a Narcissist
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02/22/2017 at 21:17
You don't "turn into" a narcissist. You are one or not. Personality disorders don't come and go. That's kind of the definition of personality disorder.
02/22/2017 at 21:10
Some times they aren't a narcissist and it's just the people around them looking down on them because of their own insecurity. It can go both ways
02/23/2017 at 09:20
This is my (soon to be ex) husband. Success and wealth went to his head, he needed praise and attention at all times, talked down to/ ignored "little people" and in the end he walked out on his family, turned his back on friends who disagreed with his life choices and chose a gold digger who would stroke his ego. Fool.
02/22/2017 at 17:01.
No matter how stuck you feel, you can become your own superhero again. Start with this.
5 Ways to Get Yourself Out of a Rut
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Shawn Avvesome Baranick
02/22/2017 at 17:14
Stuck in a rut? Find fast tow and winch help near you. If you have some salt nearby, sprinkle some around the edges of your tires to melt the snow/ice away. At this point you can try and straighten out your wheels and then shift your car into its lowest gear.
02/22/2017 at 20:10
This is great advice not only if you're in a rut, but if you are having motivational issues surrounding being/becoming your best self. Thank you.
02/22/2017 at 18:55
1.Work on the small tasks. When you are in a rut, tackle it by starting small. 2.Take a break from your work desk. 3.Upgrade yourself. 4.Talk to a friend. 5.Forget about trying to be perfect. 6.Paint a vision to work towards. 7.Read a book (or blog). 8.Have a quick nap.
02/22/2017 at 13:00.
Does having a partner really motivate us to live healthier?
The Link Between Relationships and Good Health
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02/23/2017 at 03:05
I've recently tried to move away from more controlling behaviours and am using more reinforcing and supportive phrases to support my boyfriend's positive changes. sometimes i feel like i want to be really controlling or question why something is being done through frustration! still working on this.
02/23/2017 at 01:29
This is probably B.S...How you live is up to you ...There are plenty of people not married that live just as healthy and usually with a lot less stress..And you no what most of them seem just as happy
02/22/2017 at 23:05
Naturally when both of you are satisfied, content and both in love with one another you will both have a healthier relationship.