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You CAN Sit With Us: Relational Aggression In Girls

Insight on the “Mean Girl” Stigma & Its Effects Relational aggression or the mean girl stigma in young girls is a common social and emotional dilemma that is frequently overlooked and misunderstood. With influence in the media, this behavior is not readily identifiable, being that the aggression can be hard to define due to it’s…
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Quick Ways to Save a Little Extra This Month

If you spend any time on the internet looking for a way to save money, you’ve probably seen a bunch of one month saving challenges or save so much a day challenges. These can be great ways to save money, but it can be a little difficult to do those at times. So, what I’m…
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Thoughtful Things You Can Do For Your Significant Other

Anybody who’s been in a long-term relationship will tell you that it’s not really feasible to do huge surprise dates and get-aways all the time. I’m not saying that you should stop doing big things altogether, just keep them to special occasions. The small things we do for one another are the things that really…
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Comfort Movies to Brighten Any Gloomy Day

We all have our own routines for what we want to do when we come home after a supremely awful day and want to make an effort to cheer ourselves up rather than wallowing over the events that created the grey cloud over our heads. Sometimes a little self-care is what does the trick, or…
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The Void of Materialism

Presumably, material culture is deeply rooted in the state of ungratefulness of the now. While materialism is not all bad, it is necessary to question the significance of items to the materialist. To be clear, a materialist finds the pursuit of material possessions (i.e., money, clothing, cars, furniture) of satisfactory and of self-fulfilling value. With…
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How to Disconnect from Your Phone (For the First Time!)

Everywhere you look online you’re able to read about the benefits of conducting a “digital cleanse” or “phone fast” or whatever they’re calling it now. Basically, there’s more and more emphasis in the media on trying to spend a little less time staring at their phone screen and more time focusing on the big screen…
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Tips for Starting a Self-Care Routine

With the social movement of mental and emotional health being discussed more openly in the media and in our society at large, the importance of self-care and creating a routine for yourself has been showcased by all types of media outlets. Bloggers and vloggers share their own routines with their audience, health magazines have featured…
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How to Stay Healthy While You Work

Nowadays, a majority of people work in an environment where it can be hard to stick with healthy habits. You’re tired, you’ve been sitting at a desk all day staring at a screen. How are you supposed to be able to focus on healthy habits, when all you can focus on is going home? There…
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No More Rom-Coms with Hugh Grant? Counting Down Our Leading Man’s Best Performances

In a recent interview conducted by The Hollywood Reporter, long-time leading man Hugh Grant expressed relief that he was unlikely to be cast in the future as the leading man in another romantic comedy since he now believes he is “too old, ugly, and fat.” I would strongly disagree with Hugh, but that’s just my…
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Is Social Media’s Glamorization of Relationships Redefining Love?

The surge of social media has glamorized relationships at unprecedented levels, but that’s not the problem per se. The trouble appears when we adopt the belief of incompleteness when we are not in relationships or when we begin to depend on them to make us feel validated. Being single and a social media addict isn’t…
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