Christina L.

About Christina L.

Christina is a psychology student with a passion for books, good food and movies. She can often be found reading self-help articles snuggled up in bed with a cup of coffee or writing about anything and everything in a quiet cafe somewhere.

Dog People Have a Lot of Friends, Cat People Tend to Be Single, Facebook Study Reveals

By | November 5th, 2016|Tags: , , , , |

There is a lot of stigma surrounding cat people and dog people, and it seems that people just can’t like both. There have been many psychology articles that detail the different ways in which dog people and cat people think, and their personality types. Mainly, dog people are more extroverted whereas cat people are more

10 Struggles of People Who Seem Emotionally Detached but Are Secretly Affectionate

By | September 5th, 2016|Tags: , , |

Are you that one emotionally detached person who at the same is affectionate? Having two separate sides to your personality can be difficult. Particularly when you’re an emotionally detached person, hard shell on the outside and secretly affectionate on the inside, with few special people. Here are ten struggles only those people face: 1. People

4 Benefits of Being a Cat Owner – Proven by Science!

By | July 26th, 2016|Tags: , , , |

Are you the kind of person who enjoys watching cat videos on Youtube? Well, actually those who do experience positive mood shifts and a boost of energy, a new study has found. The argument over being a cat or a dog person has been around as long as the animals themselves. But did you know

Dog’s Heart Rate Syncs up with Their Owner’s, Study Finds

By | June 13th, 2016|Tags: , , , |

Your dog's heart rate decreases and your pet feels less anxious when being close to you. The same happens to you! It’s no secret that the dog is man’s best friend and there can be no bond stronger than that of canine and owner. New studies have actually confirmed that there may be a biological reason

Vegetarians Are More Intelligent and Empathetic Than Meat-Eaters, Study Shows

By | April 22nd, 2016|Tags: , , , , , |

Vegetarians are more likely to have high intelligence and empathy skills, a new study found. Although vegetarianism and veganism are becoming more popular, particularly in health-conscious areas such as LA, there are still a lot of people who have doubts over plant-based diets. However, recent studies [1] by the National Child Development Study have actually

5 Ways to Know You Have Met Your Twin Flame

By | April 11th, 2016|Tags: , , |

Sometimes a person will come into your life and you instantly feel a deep connection with them. You’re comfortable with them from the moment you meet and you have the same thoughts, opinions, and feelings about everything – this is your twin flame. If you’ve met your twin flame already, chances are you will identify

5 Reasons Why Introverts Make the Best Life Partners

By | February 23rd, 2016|Tags: , , |

Introverts are known for being shy, socially anxious reclusives; however, this isn’t necessarily true. Sure, some people may also have these traits but more often than not, it isn’t the case. The real defining point of whether somebody is an introvert or an extrovert is how they gain their energy – around people or alone.

Who Loves Us More: Cats or Dogs? Scientists Now Have a Definite Answer

By | February 11th, 2016|Tags: , , |

There has been a debate amongst pet owners stretching back centuries – the debate asks one simple question: cats or dogs. It has divided people and a lot of owners claim to be either a dog person or cat person, and never the two shall mix. Although humans either love cats or dogs, neuroscientists have

5 Ways to Know if Your Friend is a True Friend

By | January 20th, 2016|Tags: , , |

Not every person in your life you consider to be your friend is indeed a true friend. Being let down by people in your life is the only way to learn that you shouldn’t rely on others. Unfortunately, it’s inevitable. We all get let down at some point in our lives and those we thought

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