myths

Experts and those who live with post-traumatic stress disorder debunk the biggest myths about the condition.
The experts are here to bust them, once and for all.
Successful entrepreneurs do not buy anything they do not need, such as fancy cars. Most drive junk cars and use their surplus
Two other drawbacks to income-driven plans: You'll need to reapply each year, and any debt that's forgiven will be taxed
Being a web developer, like many other human endeavors, is prone to irrational arguments, emotional overreach and yes, unfounded
Dear new mom, I hope you are ensconced in adorable snuggles and kisses as you gaze into the eyes of your newborn baby. I
If we want to unleash Blake even more, we can compound the game. Rather than wonder imaginatively at the universe, poor Isaac
When I met with Dacher to ask him a few questions, I realized I had a lot of mistaken assumptions about awe--assumptions that many people share, and our culture seems to encourage. In the interview below, he debunks many of those assumptions and presents a view of awe as accessible, plannable, and absolutely essential.
The notion that you can save your relationship just by learning to communicate more sensitively is probably the most widely held misconception about happy marriages, but it's hardly the only one.
Contrary to popular belief, no study has ever been conducted on the question: Does deodorant cause cancer? How then, has
Yoga is an eight-fold path that actually requires a pretty disciplined effort. Relaxation and stress reduction is a wonderful byproduct of a focused practice whether that is asana (poses), pranayama (breath), or meditation.
Our diversity doesn't disappear as soon as we put on our leggings. So in the name of proving that yoga really is for everyone, I'd like to debunk 10 popular myths about yogis and their lifestyle.
I always find Tintagel Castle, on the rugged coast in Southwest England, evocative and brooding...especially in gloomy weather
I'm a fan of the Discovery series called MythBusters. Every episode Jamie and Adam (et al.) work to prove or debunk a myth (or myths) through a series of experiments involving trial and error, advanced exploration and communication. What fascinates me is the high relatability factor of the myths they present. It may be a statement of the obvious, but this is why they became myths in the first place.
Moving in the right direction begins with understanding the reality. Most black children are not fatherless. And most black dads are setting a great example.