Monthly Archives: May 2016

Janelle Monae’s Elaborate Golden Globes Look Is Out Of This World

[ad_1] The Golden Globes red carpet is no doubt star-studded, but no one shone quite so brightly Sunday night as resident cool girl Janelle Monae. Monae’s performance as a NASA mathematician in the nominated film “Hidden Figures” made her out-of-this-world look even more appropriate. Clad in a super sparkly, high-low Armani Privé gown, the 31-year-old… Read More »

Billie Lourd’s ‘Scream Queens’ Co-Stars Rally Around Her After Mom Carrie Fisher’s Death

[ad_1] Fisher’s only child, 24-year-old actress Billie Lourd, also received a flood of support from her “Scream Queens” co-stars. Jamie Lee Curtis, Ariana Grande, John Stamos, Lea Michele and more took to social media to remember Lourd’s mother and send well wishes to their friend. “My mother’s heart goes out to this exquisitely talented young… Read More »

Why Do I Feel So Alone? Correction, Disconnection

[ad_1] To correct or not to correct, that is the question. The answer is it depends. So, when the urge strikes you to correct someone else’s behavior, Stop, Look and Listen. First off, notice your intention. Are you sincerely attempting to be supportive or are you being superior, right and proper? Next, assess the situation.… Read More »

What this Rat Study can Teach Us About Stress Eating

[ad_1] What would your life look like if you didn’t obsess about food, eating, dieting, or weight? Today we’re talking rat studies and how they can help you make a difference in the way you view your current eating and exercise regimines. There are several very interesting scientific studies like this one that link habitual… Read More »

Carrie Fisher And Debbie Reynolds’ Love For Each Other Shines Bright In Trailer For HBO Doc

[ad_1] Get ready to cry all over again because the first trailer for the HBO documentary about Carrie Fisher and her mother, Debbie Reynolds, is here.  “We started out making a film about Hollywood royalty,” directors Alexis Bloom and Fisher Stevens told People. “And we ended up making a film about love.”  “Bright Lights” was originally intended to premiere… Read More »

A Man Felt Threatened By My Book Written In Arabic

[ad_1] Today as a young Arab/Muslim, I got the advice of my life when a middle-aged British man told me “You left books written in Arabic on the table — this would make people feel concerned.” I was sitting in a coffee shop in the UK, reading a book written in Arabic. Then, after some… Read More »

It’s Pointless To Try To Reason With The Alt-Right

[ad_1] Donald Trump’s election proves America’s left and right hold polar opposite views on most issues. Many believe “Make America Great Again” means a billionaire and his fat-cats friends will fight for blue-collar workers while others, myself included, think the slogan is a rallying cry for a more sexist, racist and xenophobic country. The interpretations… Read More »

What Sex Therapists Tell People Whose Partners Don’t Want Sex

[ad_1] Being in a relationship with someone who’s disinterested in sex can feel incredibly lonely. A discrepancy in desire is more common than most people realize, though.  What’s the best way to address it with your spouse? Below, sex therapists share the advice they give people with higher sex drives than their partners. 1. Be honest with your… Read More »