Writing Exercises Scientfically Proven To Redirect Your Life
Social Psychologist Timothy Wilson offers an alternative he calls “story editing,” based on the research of social scientists over the years. This approach operates off the premise that we each have a core narrative or story that we tell ourselves about who we are and what the world around us is like. It’s a story that influences our choices and way of experiencing the world.
How Tinder Helped Me Find The Best Bars In A New City
We all know Tinder is the go-to app for hookups, but it turns out it’s also a killer way to ask around and find the best bars and restaurants in a city.
Why Living Alone Is Dangerous to Your Health
Social isolation can be lethal. Research shows that living life alone is as dangerous as smoking or obesity. And when it comes to the five most common cancers affecting men and women, being married provided a greater survival benefit than chemotherapy (the benefit was greater for men than women).
How The World Fell in Love With Online Dating
Twenty years ago, a few desperate singletons signed up for a new dating experience. Today, a staggering one in five relationships and one in six marriages begins on the internet.
Nearly Two Thirds Of Mobile Dating App Users Are Men
62% of the 91 million people using location-based digital matchmaking apps are male, claims a new report – and a fifth of users are paying for premium services
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