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    I’m Not Sorry For Choosing Me

    The more I begin to heal the less I find myself apologising for it. It would be easy to say sorry. Sorry for the ways I have pulled away. Sorry for the ways I have let you down. Sorry for the messages I have not replied to. Sorry for the calls I have not answered. […] More

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    This Is What I Learned When I Nearly Died

    By Emma M. Seppälä Ph.D. My junior year of college a friend and I were driving back from a ski trip during a Vermont snowstorm when I shifted gears and lost control. We swerved across several highway lanes into a ditch, flipped, and rolled three times before landing upside down. Somehow, despite the airbags not […] More

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    What makes a good life? Lessons from the longest study on happiness

    What keeps us happy and healthy as we go through life? If you think it’s fame and money, you’re not alone – but, according to psychiatrist Robert Waldinger, you’re mistaken. As the director of 75-year-old study on adult development, Waldinger has unprecedented access to data on true happiness and satisfaction. In this talk, he shares […] More

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    You Should Delete The Negative People From Your Life

    By Liza Varvogli Today make a bold move; press the delete button, without hesitation without fear, without regrets. Delete all those people who make nasty, ironic comments about your dreams, your ability, your attitude, your life. Delete all those people who consciously sabotage your attempts to follow your path; the people who sneer at you, who […] More

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    This Is What True Friendship Means

    Friends come and go in our lives and our tribe is always changing. It is like the phrase “for a reason or a season.” As you grow and change, so do the people you choose to surround yourself with. At times, all your friends will mesh together well and then there will be times when […] More

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    How To Make Anxiety Work For You

    By Bob Rosen Ph.D Remember when you were a little kid? One of your friends may have zapped you with a rubber band. Ouch! You learned quickly that rubber bands can hurt, releasing their potential energy on you with a vengeance. Most of us still can’t resist shooting a rubber band. We know that if […] More

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    Life Will Reward You If You Just Wait

    By Gizelle Alaba Your time will come, you’ll have your turn too. It feels like as if there are no more chances left for you and the world just started to turn upside down. But for now, just hold on. Just continue believing that one day, the universe will finally reward you. Continue believing. You […] More

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    South Korea vows to arrest citizens who smoke cannabis in Canada

    South Korean residents who smoke cannabis in Canada will be “punished” on their return home, the country’s authorities have warned. The North American nation became the second country in the world after Uruguay to legalise recreational marijuana last week, a move that has triggered global debate around decriminalisation of the drug. But South Koreans living […] More

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    If You Play This Game, Make Sure He Doesn’t Smile

    There are a lot of things about that summer that I don’t remember, but I can clearly recall the golden sunlight filtering through the diagonal, green leaflets and falling like glittering rain onto the floor of dirt and fallen limbs. The sharp, rusted edges of discarded metal cans would glint into sparkles with the precipitation […] More

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    Here Are 5 Guaranteed Ways to Finally Stop Procrastinating

    By Ellen Hendriksen Procrastination isn’t just a human problem. Newton’s First Law of Motion says that a body at rest will stay at rest until compelled to do otherwise. Dare we say it? The entire universe procrastinates. But just because procrastination is universal doesn’t mean it’s a good idea. And too often, we find ourselves […] More

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    Being a Woman!

    Being A Woman It comes as a shock to a few men, if not every one of, that woman can complete a few things at any given moment. It even appears to disturb some of them that woman can watch a film and in the meantime, cook and clean, breadth and wipe, cut their nails […] More

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    Read This When You’re Tired Of Getting Hurt

    The last blow-up argument plays over and over again in your head. The relationship is dead, but you still remember who they once were when they were everything that you ever wanted. Some time has passed and now you’re a brand new person. Your sense of self-love has evolved and you’ve become more whole than […] More

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    This Is How To Build Trust In A New Relationship

    By Jessie Leon Trust is the foundation for any healthy relationship. Several years ago, just a few months into a relationship with my boyfriend at the time, he asked me to hold his phone while he went to take care of something. While he was gone, it started ringing, and I recognized the name on […] More

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    This is Why Women Are Angry

    The first time I discovered feminism really, I was nineteen years old and living in the college dorms. I never would have said, I’m not a feminist, but I thought of them all like images of television: static bras burning and picket signs in front of picket fences. I don’t understand why they’re so angry, I […] More

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    Be The Girl Who Believes In Love

    I’ve been single all my life. Here’s the thing, though: I haven’t been single because I don’t believe in love. Quite on the contrary – those who know me will tell you, I’m incredibly sappy, overly-sensitive, idealistic to a fault, and romantic to the marrow of my bones. I fall often, and I fall hard. […] More

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    Eating junk food raises risk of depression, says multi-country study

    Eating junk food increases the risk of becoming depressed, a study has found, prompting calls for doctors to routinely give dietary advice to patients as part of their treatment for depression. In contrast, those who follow a traditional Mediterranean diet are much less likely to develop depression because the fish, fruit, nuts and vegetables that […] More

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    Family of 84-Year-Old Victim Who Was Allegedly Raped Repeatedly Sues Nursing Home for $1 Billion

    Family members of an elderly woman who allegedly was raped and sodomized at a Missouri nursing home launched a $1 billion lawsuit against the facility on Thursday. The children of 84-year-old Delores Green said their mother was sexually assaulted multiple times during her eight-year residency at Christian Care Home in Ferguson. Green’s family told KMOV […] More

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    I Need You To Know That It Gets Better

    I need you to know that it gets better. I need you to know that the way you flay your heart open for the world is brave, that the way in which you refuse to be anything but soft, even when you feel like you may just break under the weight of feeling, is why […] More

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    5 Easy (and Scientifically Proven!) Ways to Look Smarter

    Fool others about your intellect…or are they fooling you about theirs? The science behind perceived intelligence Sheepishly, Kevin Adkins admits that when he’s insecure, he uses big words to appear smarter. “Only when I need to impress the person,” says the 41-year-old. “Dates with women? Definitely. At the grocery store? Not so much.” Recently, when […] More

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    A New Research Reveals Who You Can Trust the Most

    By Arash Emamzadeh Who can you trust? Who is trustworthy? Perhaps you are a trusting person yourself and have trusted many. Or maybe there is only one or two people that you are willing to trust with your deepest secrets. What makes someone—among your relatives, friends, coworkers, and neighbors—worthy of your trust and faith? Would […] More

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