The average Facebook user might have 190 friends but according to a study out today, we actually need just five trusted people in our lives – an agony aunt, an emotional support, someone good with money, a practically-minded person and a colleague we can ask for work advice. So if it’s time for a Facebook cull, who should be first on your ‘Unfriend’ list?
And when it comes to relationships, they were absolutely right. Single and attached people alike; we’re all guilty of letting relationship rules close off new possibilities or make us believe our current relationships aren’t going to work out.
You wear sunscreen to protect your skin, right? So it makes sense that you should give the same amount of care and concern to your eyes, especially in the summer months when we spend more time in the sun.
Tomorrow is Fathers’ Day and to all the fathers, I say a Happy Fathers’ Day to us all. To mark Father’s Day, I want us all to pause and spell Father and in so doing see what we can learn to become better fathers.
A Ffather is an anchor man. He stabilises and builds his family as he directs, provides, organises, inspires and influences the activities of the family. A father’s role is, therefore, an important indicator to the health of a family.
We all know one of these girls. She’s an absolute sweetheart and she deserves the best but she always gets stuck with the worst guys. Every single member of her parade of boyfriends has disappointed her but she never sees any of the red flags along the way.
The insecurity responsible for the demise of so many relationships starts out harmless enough. It begins with the occasional probing question—“You got a text message really late last night, is everything OK?” or “Who is Danny? I haven’t heard you mention that name before.”
People who are into kinky sex may be psychologically healthier than those who are not, says a new study. Researchers found that people who were involved in BDSM -- bondage, discipline, sadism and masochism -- scored better on certain indicators of mental health than those who did not bring kink into the bedroom, reported LiveScience.
If you're looking for the perfect mate, a new study suggests you might be on the right track if you turn to the Internet: Married couples who met online were slightly more likely to be happy and stay together than those who ran into each other the old-fashioned way.