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Nightmares, insecurity and hyperfixating are just a few typical reactions newlyweds face, experts say
Post-wedding anxiety is ‘really common’. Here’s how to cope
Nightmares, insecurity and hyperfixating are just a few typical reactions newlyweds face, experts say
With a dating recession and app fatigue, gen Z envies face-to-face pickups – but may be ‘weirded out’ by direct gestures
Gen Z yearns for the pre-digital dating era – but don’t ask them out in person
With a dating recession and app fatigue, gen Z envies face-to-face pickups – but may be ‘weirded out’ by direct gestures
The worst of microplastics is yet to come. Here’s what we need to do now to begin mitigating the wide-ranging harms
Curb ‘stupid plastics’ and stop industry BS: urgent actions to prevent a plastic crisis
The worst of microplastics is yet to come. Here’s what we need to do now to begin mitigating the wide-ranging harms
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Are at-home gut microbiome testing kits a scam?
Gut health has become something of a wellness buzzword – so we asked experts what the gut microbiome is and how it affects our health
Research on PCD has determined that people of all genders and sexualities have had such feelings after sex and masturbation
Feel sad, anxious or ‘homesick’ after sex? You might have post-coital dysphoria
Research on PCD has determined that people of all genders and sexualities have had such feelings after sex and masturbation
Joy can feel elusive in this economy – a counsellor talks to us about moving the needle from surviving to thriving New Books, Feelings, Film Books, Travel Money, People Struggle, New Environment, Feeling Positive, Spiritual Health, Tv On The Radio
Why do I feel like I’m stuck in a ‘waiting room’, hoping for my life to get started?
Joy can feel elusive in this economy – a counsellor talks to us about moving the needle from surviving to thriving
Readers tell us about the best friends who have stuck with them through the good, bad, boring and haircuts Best Friends, My Soulmate, Best Friendship, Do Anything, Soulmate, The Good, Hair Cuts, Quick Saves
‘She is my soulmate. I’d do anything for her’: readers on their best friends
Readers tell us about the best friends who have stuck with them through the good, bad, boring and haircuts
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Anxious about money? Five financial therapists share their advice
Money is emotional. Financial therapists can help make sense of these feelings, from budget plans to money scripts
‘Animal flow’ bodyweight workouts are gaining popularity for their strength and mobility benefits. How do they work? Primal Movement, Animal Flow, Strength And Mobility, Animal Movement, Certified Personal Trainer, Gym Flooring
Is moving like an animal the secret to good health?
‘Animal flow’ bodyweight workouts are gaining popularity for their strength and mobility benefits. How do they work?
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Is neuroticism affecting your relationship? Don’t stress
You don’t have to be free of neurotic behavior to thrive: experts say it’s ‘just one facet’ of our personalities
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‘Will I ever retire?’: millennials wonder what’s on the other side of middle age
For millennials, financial security feels like a fairytale. What will the next 40 years look like?
Putting things off can cause issues – but rushing to complete a task can cost you too Sailing Art, Time Management, Job Search
Are you a precrastinator? The opposite of procrastinating has its downsides
Putting things off can cause issues – but rushing to complete a task can cost you too
After losing her job, Felisa Rogers found herself on government assistance, fearing judgment decades after a food-insecure childhood Government Assistance, Monopoly Money, Food Stamps, Writing Career, Losing Her
Why did I cry when I was approved for $271 of food stamps this month?
After losing her job, Felisa Rogers found herself on government assistance, fearing judgment decades after a food-insecure childhood
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They post constant crime news from police scanners. But does it feed into rightwing fears?
Critics say crime-reporting social media accounts in Washington DC promote accountability from leaders but ignore context and veer into fearmongering