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While some etiquette rules have gone out the window, there are still some you must follow at every wedding.
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It's natural for parents to want to praise their child, but offering this compliment could actually backfire, according to science.
Social media may not be so social after all.
Here are inspiring ideas to brighten someone’s day in 120 seconds or less. Pass it on!
Working for an employer you respect and trust is essential for your health, happiness, and success in the office. These red flags suggest that your higher-up doesn’t deserve your faith—and that it may be time to move on.
Here’s why you should stop feeling guilty for your girls’ nights out—and start booking them more often!
Mother’s Day can be incredibly painful after losing your mom. Here’s how to cope, from women who have been there.
Show Mom some love (and share a few facts) this Mother’s Day with 13 things you may not know about the holiday.
Abuse can happen even without physical violence.
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Although it can sometimes seem hopeless, understanding how to renew confidence in one another is a crucial life skill. If you’re struggling to repair a relationship after a breach of trust, these eight strategies can help.
Got first date jitters? According to relationship and wellness expert Deepak Kashyap, these 10 questions will not only serve to break the ice; they’ll also give you a great deal of insight into a person’s character.
A new survey reveals women’s expectations when doing the deed.
Hint: It’s not what you’re wearing!
Trust us—science says so.
“Thomas had a healthy crop of black hair, thick eyelashes, and a smile that made me look away and blush. He was also in the fourth grade.”
Finland has taken a unique approach to bullying in schools, and we could be next.
The exact reason you click with some people and not with others.