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How Your Relationships and Well-Being Are Shaped by Attachment Styles

How Your Relationships and Well-Being Are Shaped by Attachment Styles

The quality of your past relationships can help form how to relate and interact with people in your life. These interactions are affected by your attachment style: secure, anxious-preoccupied, dismissive-avoidant, or fearful-avoidant.
Don’t Be Fooled: Youtube Creators Aren’t Your Friends

Don’t Be Fooled: Youtube Creators Aren’t Your Friends

Parasocial relationships through Youtube are a thing. And whether it is a good or bad thing is up for debate. But, let's be clear: Youtubers are not your friends.
Laughing More Can Improve Your Quality of Life

Laughing More Can Improve Your Quality of Life

    Laughter is good for you. This is something that I have believed in and accepted for years, even without really knowing why. If you think about it, you can rememb...
FOMO Is Making People Spend Money They Don’t Have

FOMO Is Making People Spend Money They Don’t Have

  About a month ago, I talked about how “fear of missing out” is an actual phenomenon and how it has a real impact on people’s mental health. Well, I’m revisiting the...
When Are The Best Times To Drink Water?

When Are The Best Times To Drink Water?

  Over the years, I have noticed a lot of different drinking habits in the people around me - drinking water habits, that is. I know people who drink 3L of water ever...
Food for Thought: Making Sense of the Two Brains

Food for Thought: Making Sense of the Two Brains

  The human body basically has two brains - one in the head (aka the one we all think of when we talk about the brain) and one in the gut. Although it is the lesser...
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