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I was only on your site for a very short period of time, I got chatting the most amazing man ever. Our first date was heaven, we met at entrance to a lovely walk area, we walked and talked and laughed so much. We ended our date with most loving kiss, we are now on date 10.. Each date gets better and better, don't give up on finding love for a second time, I'm living proof that it can and does happen!All my love Mary... more ...
Diabetes is a chronic health condition resulting from the body’s inability to effectively produce or process insulin, a hormone that regulates blood sugar levels. High blood sugar, formally known as hyperglycemia, results from unmanaged diabetes. If left untreated, diabetes has the potential to damage nerves, blood vessels, and organs throughout the body. The condition is one of the leading causes of heart attacks, strokes, blindness, organ failure, and limb amputation worldwide. Unfortunately, the prevalence of diabetes is on the rise. In 1980, 4.7% of the global population suffere... more ...
When it comes to relationships, many articles and studies focus on the negatives. We’re often told which behaviors are most likely to lead to future relationship problems or breakups. Brian Ogolsky, a research professor at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, wanted to change this, instead choosing to analyze over 1,000 studies to discover the tools couples use to make their relationships last. The following tips are a summary of some of the most universally-successful techniques identified by Ogolsky during the course of his research.    Interpret Things in a Posi... more ...
Sometimes there’s just nothing better than curling up on the couch with a bowl of popcorn and a fantastic romance film. In a time when every movie at the cinema seems to be a crass comedy or a crashingly-loud superhero saga, it can be nice to slow down and savor a heartfelt love story. If you’re in the mood to swoon, stream or pick up a copy of one of these unforgettable films. Whether you’ve seen them before or not, you’re sure to have a wonderful viewing experience. Casablanca  Set against the backdrop of war-torn Europe, Casablanca is widely consi... more ...
At the ages of 50 and older, most of us belong to the generational group known as “baby boomers.” Born in the 1940s, 50s, and 60s, many boomers played a part in redefining the world around them. In the years in which Boomers grew up, many Western countries experienced rising levels of health and wealth, in addition to becoming more open and tolerant. Millennials, also known as Gen Y, are the group of young adults born between the early 1980s and mid-1990s. Often the children of baby boomers, millennials have grown up in a different world. With lives shaped by the media, techno... more ...
In this day and age, we’re more aware of gender inequality than ever before. Despite this fact, double standards, often associated with gender stereotypes, continue to affect the ways in which we interact with one another. When it comes to dating and long-term relationships, these forms of inequality and hypocrisy can quickly lead to feelings of frustration and resentment. Do you feel as though your love interest can “get away” with things that you can’t? Do you ever feel as though you and your partner expect different things from one another? If so, discussing the... more ...
For individuals who are struggling with mental health issues, medication and therapy are the two treatment options most commonly recommended by medical professionals. Patients, however, are often overwhelmed by the numerous drug and therapeutic treatment options that are available to them. Cognitive-behavioral therapy, often known by the abbreviation CBT, is one particularly effective form of psychotherapy. For patients seeking a structured, goal-oriented path to better mental health, CBT may offer valuable solutions. What is Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy? Cognitive-behavioral th... more ...
In the world of dating, “nice guys” have acquired a reputation for finishing last. According to common lore, women are most attracted to “bad boys” who treat them with little respect. How much of this is true, however? Can a man treat a woman well and still have success in the world of dating? Are you a “bad boy,” a “nice guy,” or a “good guy?” Read on to discover the answers to these pressing questions! “Nice Guys” VS “Good Guys” - What’s the Difference? Though originally used to describe ... more ...
Fasting, the act of avoiding or limiting one’s food and beverage intake for a given period of time, is a practice that has long been associated with health and religion. In recent years, however, fasting has become an increasingly popular trend in the world of dieting and wellness. According to proponents, fasting offers many health benefits. Nevertheless, undertaking a fast isn’t for everyone and must be carefully planned to avoid potential health risks and complications. Would you benefit from fasting? If so, which kind of fast should you undertake, and for how long? Read on... more ...
Chronic low libido impacts men and women of all ages. More formally known as hypoactive sexual desire disorder (HSDD), the condition is estimated to affect nearly 20% of adult men and 30% of women. Though levels of sexual desire fall within a range and naturally fluctuate over time, a perpetually low sex drive may ultimately take a toll on one’s self-esteem and intimate relationships. Is hypoactive sexual desire disorder affecting your life? Read on to learn more about common causes and potential treatment options. Low Sexual Desire: Common Causes Why is your libido low? T... more ...