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Sometimes shopping and sleepovers can get a bit boring. This article is for those of you who’d like to spice it up a bit!...

While many of us might view this as an inside joke designed to tease our middle sibling, the Middle Child Syndrome does exist. I...

Lately, I have found it impossible not to acknowledge the growing impact of social media on any sort of relationship. You think that social...

Coined in 1978 by clinical psychologists Pauline R. Clance and Suzanne A. Imes, imposter syndrome is a concept usually experienced by high-achieving members of...

Human beings are like Skittles. Even though we have the same basic structure, each of us contains individuality and particular attraction. Unknowingly, we choose...

People who pay heed to the gossipers in their friend groups by and large end up with wrinkled brows and a deep frown. This is...

In a group of friends or among our colleagues, there is always one strong person who does not seem offended by anything you throw...

Technology sucks. It really does. Yes, it saves lives, puts us in contact with people we don’t see often, makes things more efficient, and...

Escapism. Defined in the Oxford Dictionary as: “The tendency to seek distraction and relief from unpleasant realities, especially by seeking entertainment and engaging in...

Shopping carts accidentally hit one another; people are busy-bees peering at their grocery lists, randomly searching the rows they should head to. Machines at...