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"For me, I lost my virginity while I was asleep, and that's not OK."
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The Stanford professor and author of The Asshole Survival Guide explains how we get confused—and why we need to end certain relationships. (Yes, he uses the a-word, but his points are scarily good.)
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Some symptoms like gum redness, puffiness and bleeding could have surprisingly little to do with your oral hygiene.
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The author of We Need to Talk reveals how she learned to help -- and not help -- a friend with loss.
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"There's a lingering."
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Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus author John Gray says it all comes down to one thing: romance.
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The actor still describes it as "wild."
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One of them has a very real physical consequence, says researcher Brené Brown.
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It's still being built, but it already looks amazing.
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"There are big things out there for them," says their mother.
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Mental illness has long been a topic too taboo for public consumption. The storytelling series This Is My Brave is changing that, one beautiful, painful, triumphant, true tale at a time.
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It's all about making a simple (literal) flip.
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A couple recounts how a Civil Rights tour took them from platonic friendship to their wedding day.
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Ben Underwood would navigate the world by clicking his tongue.
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In 2005, Brian Nichols murdered four people while escaping an Atlanta courthouse. Now, his mother details their chilling conversation about that awful day.
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"It's he or she who's willing to be the most uncomfortable can rise strong," says Brené Brown.
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The wrong ones can leave you bloated, gassy and keeping close tabs on the nearest bathroom, while some can damage your gut and its important microbiome. Time to investigate your plate.
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Here's what's going on mentally and physically when you lose someone you love.
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There's a clear reason her face looks "fuller," she says, and it's not why you think.