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7 disturbing, bitter relationship truths lovers fail to accept. Here’s why you can’t ignore them | sex and relationships

People can have very high expectations from romance, and this could put you at odds with your partner.

We tend to believe that our relationship is different from others, but that’s probably not true. It takes effort to maintain such ties, and things aren’t always going to be hunky dory with your partner. Here, we point out some things that are true but – at the same time ...

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The Mermaid Castle Café That Lets You Live out Your True Aquatic Destiny

The Mermaid Castle Café That Lets You Live out Your True Aquatic Destiny

In recent years, food trends have helped to bring in some of our favorite mythical fantasies to life. But one very pretty and vibrantly creative café is taking the cake — literally, with its exotic, mermaid setting that gives you a tail to wear while you eat. For the foodie ...

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Why are men tempted to buy expensive luxury brands? Blame it on male sex hormones, not money | sex and relationships

Male sex hormone, testosterone, is a major influencer of male consumer behaviour.

A single dose of testosterone steers men towards luxury brands — be it cars, watches, pens, or clothes — which signal “status” to the female gender, said researchers from the University of Pennsylvania. Thus, the sex hormone turns out to be a major influencer of male consumer behaviour. “This is ...

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Honeymoon planners have the toughest job in the world. Check these weird requests they get | sex and relationships

Honeymoon planners get strange requests like one pop star client who wanted dragonfruit every morning for her daily ‘pink drink’ smoothie … in Iceland.

Summer is here, which means it’s officially wedding season—which means it’s also honeymoon season. Lining up a dream postnuptial vacation can be just as high-stakes as planning the big day itself. (Remember Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s widely publicised indecision: Was it Africa or Canada?) It can be especially complicated, ...

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Rock On! A Playlist for Your 4th of July Party

Rock On! A Playlist for Your 4th of July Party

Image Credit: Pexels There’s really no wrong way to celebrate the 4th of July. Whether you’re celebrating with fireworks, parades, barbecues, or staying in and watching the movie Independence Day, there’s no shortage of things to do with your day off in the middle of summer. Regardless of how you decide ...

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Holding hands to kissing, how much PDA is okay? Simple rules you should know | sex and relationships

There will always be some lovey-dovey moments couples share in public. But PDA can sometimes be inappropriate. (Instagram)

Public displays of affection, commonly referred to as PDA, is perhaps one of the most polarising topics when we talk about relationships. Some people love holding hands and literally cannot keep their hands off one another, while others think any kind of PDA is gross. This study even breaks down ...

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5 of the Best Summertime Wines to Ring in the Season

5 of the Best Summertime Wines to Ring in the Season

{Image Credit: iStock} With summer officially here and warm weather brewing for much of the country, it’s time to relax with a cool, summer wine. Just in time for your refreshing poolside enjoyment and stellar BBQ parties, it’s no secret wine is one of the best ways to enjoy the ...

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Entertainment Roundup: What Happened In June

Entertainment Roundup: What Happened In June

It’s hard to believe 2018 is already halfway over. As the summer rolls on, everyone is busy making big plans for the beach and World Cup watch parties. But in Hollywood, they’re busy making big headlines. With a few of the year’s biggest stories happening in the month of June, ...

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Relationship trouble: Here’s how bad behaviour can undo all the good gestures | sex and relationships

Here’s how bad behaviour in a relationship can impact it.

Refraining from bad behaviour toward a significant other during stressful life events is more important than showing positive gestures, a study has found. Compared with positive behaviour, negative ones tend to trigger more intense and immediate responses, researchers said. How a couple works together during trying times is associated with ...

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Is a rebound relationship good to deal with break-up? We asked experts to rid us of guilt | sex and relationships

Some relationships fizzle instead of sizzle. We’ve all been there. But how do you deal with a big break-up?

The fastest way to get over someone is to get on with someone else, right? Well… maybe. While it may work that way for some people, a rebound relationship isn’t always a good idea, says Anjali Mehra, a relationship therapist from Mumbai. And, it’s definitely not a necessary part of ...

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