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    Do you have fake friends? Here are 11 signs that say yes

    Let’s face it, the world is full of fake and superficial people. You’ve probably met your share. These are the kind of people who only sustain friendships only for their own benefit. But before you think of Regina George from Mean Girls, you’ll be surprised to know that most fake people actually exhibit more subtle […] More

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    Meet Leanne Kemp, a female tech CEO proving that “the future is female”

    Did you know that roughly 4 in 10 women continue to experience gender bias, sexual harassment, and unequal pay in the professional sphere? That despite creating huge strides towards gender equality, modern women still face gender discrimination in the workplace every single day? Moreover, there is barely any women representation in leadership positions. Statistics show that […] More

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    The secret to long life is avoiding men, according to this 109-year old woman

    Here’s an interesting health tip from a 109-year old woman: avoid men. Jessie Gallan has been officially named the oldest woman in Scotland. And when asked about her secret to living such a long life, she had a hilarious and candid answer. According to her, the secret to a long and healthy life boils down […] More

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    What to do after a breakup: 11 no bullsh*t steps to moving on

    Here’s one thing they never teach you in school: what to do after a breakup. Love is, perhaps, the most profound human experience. It’s something we all go through, plenty times over in one lifetime. It’s beautiful. And there is nothing quite like it. Unfortunately, like many things in life, there’s a hiccup. With love […] More

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    Sapiosexuality: Why some of us are attracted purely by intelligence (backed by science, of course)

    What do you find sexy or attractive in a person? From looks, personality, to hobbies and interests, there are plenty of things that attract us to someone. Couple those things with sexual preferences – straight, gay, bisexual, pansexual, and we have so many terms to help us navigate our way through relationships and sexuality. One […] More

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    Study finds two-thirds of men are “not opposed” to an open relationship

    It seems that monogamy is starting to become an antiquated social norm, at least for adult millennials. This might not surprise you if you’ve unwittingly been in an open relationship before (perhaps a one-sided one.) But for those of you in shock, yes. At least that’s what this study conducted by legal giant Avvo says. […] More

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    Doctors in Scotland can now give out prescriptions to go for a “walk in nature”

    Can you imagine it? Getting a medical prescription for “3 nature strolls a week?” I mean, we’ve all known the amazing health benefits of being in nature, but medical doctors don’t usually prescribe them so blatantly. And yet, amazingly, doctors in Scotland can now officially give out nature prescriptions to their patients. Doctors may now […] More

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    The 15 best countries to live in. Where to build your dream life

    The world used to be so big that the thought of moving or living in another country was such a far-fetched possibility. But now, thanks to airplanes and other convenient modes of transportation, the world is truly your oyster. The busy streets of London, the chic cafes in Paris, those endless white beaches in Byron […] More

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    Your ultimate Valentine’s Day reading list: The most iconic love stories in the world

    Valentine’s day is fast approaching and whether you are a big fan of the love holiday or not, you can’t deny the electric feeling of romance everywhere. Flowers, romantic dates, handwritten letters – it’s that time of the year again. But can we blame ourselves? Love is a universal language. We all might speak different tongues […] More

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    Why we need to start handwriting love letters again

    With texts, phone calls, emails, and social media – we now have so many options to easily communicate with each other. In truth, we have everything we need to establish meaningful and long-lasting relationships – with less excuse for distance or time. And yet, most of us are blundering our way through dating, relationships, and […] More

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    Could your drunk self be the “real” you? Here’s what science says

    You can’t argue that alcohol is a staple in most social situations – well, maybe for some it doesn’t have to be particularly social. (I mean, who doesn’t enjoy a glass of wine after a long week?) But anyway, like it or not, alcohol has an effect on all of us. Have enough and your lips start […] More

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