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16 Relationship Tips That Actually Aren’t Bullshit; interview with Buzzfeed Magazine

Genius advice from the people whose job it is to be better at love than you. By Anna Borges  

Relationships are complicated things and there are no hard and fast rules that will work for every couple.

That said, there are still some things that most people can benefit from, so we talked to a bunch of relationship experts to get their best advice.

1. You can definitely go to bed angry.

Just forget the old advice that tells you not […]

A Third Wheel’s Guide to Cuffing Season; Fox News Magazine

By Julie Baumgarten- Fox News Magazine

Labor Day has come and gone. Sweaters come out of hibernation as the temperature starts to drop. The aroma of pumpkin spice is everywhere. And singles everywhere are looking to get “cuffed.”

While the transition from summer to fall doesn’t mean much for couples, it’s traditionally hunting season for singles. (Third wheels unite! Cuffing season is upon us!)

After three hot, half-naked summer months of socializing, singles can sometimes find themselves hungry for new companionship, and they aren’t always sure why. They […]

This is How NOT to Touch Someone in Public; New York Post interview

by Johnny Oleksinski

There’s apparently three things the people of the world can all agree on when it comes to touch: Partners, yes! Strangers, nope! Family, weird.

A new study from Oxford University released Wednesday came to the obvious conclusion that whom we allow to touch us depends on our emotional connection and the relationship’s context.

Researchers showed 1,368 people from Finland, France, Italy, Russia and the UK a map of the human body, front and back, and had them indicate with coloring tools what body parts are […]

The one-year itch: 4 ways to keep the love alive | Toronto Sun interview

By Simone Paget

Forget the seven-year itch. The one-year itch might be what you really need to be worried about. According to a new study out of Munich’s Ludwig Maximilian University, passion in a relationship begins to fade after the one-year mark.

The study which was published in the Archives of Sexual Behavior looked at 3,000 participants between the ages of 25 and 41 and asked them to rate their sex lives in order to determine when they were the most sexually satisfied. […]

Life Lessons to Excel in Your 30’s, 40’s and 50’s; interview with New Woman Magazine

Life Lessons: Journalist Aruna Rathod interviews Susan for tips on vibrant living for women in their 30’s, 40’s, and 50’s for New Woman Magazine. Balancing time with work, family and yourself can be challenging at any age. Yet, there are specific needs that women face in each of these age categories. Click the title to read this featured article:

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