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If conversation makes the meal, avoid making a common mistake when you’re dining with another person, or several others.
Somewhere along the line it became common wisdom that the key to being a good dinner partner is to keep the … Read More
Several high-profile cases of late have thrust bullying among youth into the national spotlight. Yet, unfortunately, bullying doesn’t always stop with the end of childhood. Workplace bullying is a form of harassment that may encompass … Read More
Most women would prefer to be part of a couple. It’s often hard to meet someone new, and even more difficult to know whether the person you get involved with will be the right one.
No one is perfect, but there are certain signs that can … Read More
“Think of it as an interview condensed into one question,” writes Foster Huntington, the creator of theburninghouse.com. Each day, his site publishes a new photo and lists one reader’s answers to his question.
Vacations with your significant other can be a fantastic, meaningful adventure that brings you closer together through shared experiences. In fact, a recent Travel-Ticker survey revealed that 94% of respondents enjoy traveling with a … Read More
Tolstoy was right—happy families are all alike. At least they share certain basic characteristics. Here are a few of the foundations experts say are key to a loving, cheerful home:
1. Create cuddle time.
You can’t overdose on hugs. … Read More
Are you always checking your phone while you’re waiting in line at the supermarket, or stopped at a traffic light? Do you dig around for it in your purse and place it on the restaurant table as soon as you’re seated? Well, you may be … Read More
According to AAA, the answer is yes… and no. Here’s the scoop:
Plus: 11 Crazy Things We Do While Driving
Men take more risks. In studies, men as a whole display less cautious behavior than women, such as driving at higher … Read More