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What to Do When You Feel Disconnected from Your Partner

Jennifer Twardowski | Posted 01.14.2015 | Women
Jennifer Twardowski

Before checking emails or answering phone calls, take the time to simply just be with your partner. Enjoy early morning hugs and kisses without thinking about all the stuff you have to do. Focus completely on the present moment of just being with them.

What Is The Real Price Of Technology?

Ekaterina Walter | Posted 12.24.2014 | Healthy Living
Ekaterina Walter

Why is it so hard to switch off? Is it because it's addictive? Is it because we don't want to miss out on anything? Is it because we use social networks as a place to stroke our own egos? Whatever the reason is, there are repercussions to be aware of. Smartphone and computer use can cause a number of psychological issues:

We Have To Disconnect In Order To Connect

Alexa Cortese | Posted 12.07.2014 | Healthy Living
Alexa Cortese

Don't just stare at a screen watching other people live their lives. Don't spend your time double tapping a picture of friends laughing together when you could be laughing with someone in real life. Don't mistake the emptiness of staring at a screen for feeling connected.

Are You Guilty Of This?

David Krevitt | Posted 05.14.2013 | Healthy Living
David Krevitt

Being "always on" is then seen as a badge of honor, locking employees in competition to send emails at the oddest possible hour of the night. Who hasn't received an inconsequential email at 3 in the morning? What ever happened to sleep, and to the great unicorn of work-life balance?

Janell Ross

Immigrant & Civil Rights Advocates: Domestic Debate Left Out Critical Issues | Janell Ross | Posted 10.04.2012 | Latino Voices

Two technocrats, dressed in dark suits and armed with their own versions of the truth, walked into a Denver auditorium for a presidential debate. ...

Top 8 Flicks That Fight Bullying

Marissa Piazzola | Posted 03.10.2012 | Teen

By now, you've probably heard about the controversy surrounding the documentary, 'Bully,' and its R-rating by the MPAA, but 'Bully' is not the only bu...

Putting a Stop to Bullying, On and Offline

mtvU | Posted 12.10.2011 | College

Abraham Biggs was just 19 when he killed himself on livestream video. Online viewers tuned in as Biggs overdosed on prescription pills, some encouraging his destructive behavior, while others suspected a hoax. He was pronounced dead 12 hours after starting his suicidal blogging binge.