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Why Netflix Is Actually Good For Your Relationship, According To Science | Posted 10.11.2016 | Home

By Anthea Levi It’s no relationship secret that having friends in common can improve a couple’s bond. But what if your social circles don’t over...

Likeable People

Dr. Samineh I. Shaheem | Posted 09.01.2016 | Home
Dr. Samineh I. Shaheem

Human interaction is complex, filled with subtleties and nuances that may not be obvious. Why am I always excited to see James yet I try and avoid M...

The Importance Of Paternal Bonding

Gabrielle Pfeiffer | Posted 06.29.2016 | Home
Gabrielle Pfeiffer

Dads start out with a disadvantage from the moment that their children are conceived. Sure, they are their children just as much as the mom's, but it doesn't always seem like that

Dads Need Alone Time With Baby Too

Gabrielle Pfeiffer | Posted 06.29.2016 | Home
Gabrielle Pfeiffer

I think that dads start out with a disadvantage from the moment that their children are conceived. Sure, they are their children just as much as the mom's, but it doesn't always seem like that.

5 Musts for Epic Team Building

Doug A. Sandler | Posted 05.18.2016 | Home
Doug A. Sandler

It's not what you do or even how you do your team building, but it is the sheer fact that you are doing it that creates an impact. Team building does just that, it builds your team.

My Struggle With Football: My Fun Connection With My Son

Krishna Pendyala | Posted 02.09.2017 | Home
Krishna Pendyala

We have once again begun to watch football together, but with much greater empathy for the players. He no longer cheers for big hits and he is actually concerned for the affected players' well-being. He looks the very next day to see if the perpetrator got fined and shares it with me.

Father And Son Dress In Drag, Rob Convenience Store

The Huffington Post | Samantha Guff | Posted 01.06.2016 | Home

Some fathers teach their sons how to throw a baseball. Others teach them to rob. A father-son duo armed dressed as elderly women last year to rob a c...

In Our Quest for Connection, Have We Become Anything But Connected?

Jamie Scanlon | Posted 12.03.2016 | Home
Jamie Scanlon

We are living in times where we are more accessible than ever before. So in an age where we have access to our friends, families, strangers, celebrities and so on at the touch of a button on a device that fits into the palm of our hand, how are there lonely people?

City by the Sea -- A Runway for these Souls

Mariam Khan | Posted 11.19.2016 | Home
Mariam Khan

Without fearing the unknown, kids from around the seafaring metropolis have learnt to celebrate the essence of life.

A Week In The City Of Light And Love

Brian Chesky | Posted 11.17.2016 | Home
Brian Chesky

Reflecting on this week, two things come to mind -- light and love. Crisis has an unfortunate way of bonding people together, and our bond was forged not just through shared experience but a deep care and love for one another. In the face of this tragedy, I saw the very best.

How To Resist The Urge To Bolt (From a Former Serial Bolter)

Gabriella Taylor | Posted 10.15.2016 | Home
Gabriella Taylor

I've bolted from everything from hot yoga to high school (I think I lasted about four weeks in the 9th grade), to being held against my own will in a creepy old drunk mans car when I was a girl (actually, the police helped that one.

Why the Best Mental Health Day Is a Vacation

Hippo Reads | Posted 10.02.2016 | Home
Hippo Reads

It's easy to spot the deep tan that marks someone recently returned from vacation. But the most important and long-lasting effect of travel may be one of the least visible. Books like Eat, Pray, Love and Wild have become international bestsellers by describing it: that sense of renewal, satisfaction, and well-being that can come from "getting away from it all."

Does Your Kid Behave Much Better When You're NOT Around?

Juliet Linley | Posted 09.29.2016 | Home
Juliet Linley

Why oh why, when we leave our kid with friends, grandparents or other relatives, do they often tell us what deep down we'd rather not hear? I mean, sure on the one hand we're relieved to hear that those who were doing us the favour of watching our kids, didn't end up having to deal with a gigantic tantrum.

Bond Better by Altering How You Speak, Move and Appear

Kare Anderson | Posted 08.27.2016 | Home
Kare Anderson

Ready to turn more in-person situations into opportunities to bond with unexpected allies and others? Make some simple changes in how you dress, move, speak or optimize the settings in which you meet.

The Powerful Allure of Sports

Ken Reed | Posted 08.22.2016 | Home
Ken Reed

When sport is driven by the soul instead of the ego, it can be good, very good. Besides forging lifelong bonds between family members and friends, there are many other reasons -- egoless reasons -- why we're drawn to sports. Consider just a few:

Here's What You're Missing From These 5 Mealtime Traditions Around The World

The Huffington Post | Posted 11.22.2015 | Home

Think back to the last meal you enjoyed: the conversation, the time spent at the table, the memories made. Now ask yourself: What if you did it all differently?

Keeping That Sizzle Long After First Sight

Rosie Noesi | Posted 05.13.2016 | Home
Rosie Noesi

We all have different ways we need to be loved. A note on your lover's car before they go to work can go a long way. In the book "The 5 Love Languages," the author tell us about how to show your partner love by speaking their love language. There are five: quality time, words of affirmation, gifts, touch, and acts of service.

This Is What Happened at a Grownup Sleepover

Rumni Saha | Posted 06.28.2015 | Home
Rumni Saha

For some time I had been wicked stressed, taking on way more than I could handle but I did it -- well disguised on the outside but a veritable mess on the inside. So finally when I was able to convince myself that I was no superwoman in spite of what I liked to believe, and that it was nothing to be ashamed of, I felt a sense of relief. However, it was now time to make up for lost time and "unhad" fun.

When Moms Bond

Lisa Sadikman | Posted 05.05.2015 | Home
Lisa Sadikman

We look at each other and laugh and that's all it takes for the floodgates to open. She has three kids; I have three kids. We both worked in offices before having children and now stay at home. We're both killing time with our toddlers, wondering how we'll fill the next three hours.

Why Love Isn't Such A Mystery After All

The Huffington Post | Alena Hall | Posted 06.26.2014 | Home

Feeling butterflies in your stomach, going weak at the knees and getting swept off your feet are just a few of the expectations we harbor when it come...

Are Friendships a Key to Longevity?

Elizabeth Gavino | Posted 08.10.2014 | Home
Elizabeth Gavino

Have you found where you feel a sense of belonging -- among a group of people who understand you? Belonging and interacting is a very integral piece t...

Bonding With a Box Store

Bonni Brodnick | Posted 03.23.2014 | Home
Bonni Brodnick

The person serving mini-tacos samples showed complete politesse when I circled back for the fifth time.

F Is for Follow Up

Rajesh Setty | Posted 03.18.2014 | Home
Rajesh Setty

We know that it's fantasy to wish for "closing a deal" on your first call or during your first meeting with a potential customer. If that is the case,...

Can Wine and Paint Help Boost Business?

Deborah Sweeney | Posted 01.23.2014 | Home
Deborah Sweeney

On the surface, having a glass of wine and painting a pretty picture may seem kind of silly for a staff of adults at a business services agency to partake in. But dig a little deeper and you'll be able to see how it really does help to benefit your company.

Revisiting the 'Hormone of Love'

Wray Herbert | Posted 07.25.2013 | Home
Wray Herbert

It's been more than a decade since oxytocin was first heralded as the "hormone of love" -- a distinction that came with optimistic predictions for future drug therapies. The question now is not whether oxytocin has beneficial effects, but under what circumstances and for whom does it have these effects?