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4 Signs of a Manipulative Teenager and How to Parent One

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Your manipulative teenager understands how to push your buttons. This youngster knows what he or she wants from you, and how to get it. Teens master the art of manipulation quickly, and you’ll become wrapped around their little fingers if you’re not quick enough to realize that they’ve taken advantage of you. So how would you know if they are trying to get the best of you?  And what can you, as a hassled parent, do about it? Why do teenagers manipulate their parents? The reasons

Science-Backed Benefits of Photography for Your Mental Health

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The ever-handy smartphone has allowed almost anyone to be a photographer. This device has allowed us to capture memorable aspects of our lives and see the world in ways we never thought of before. While some people believe that taking photos doesn’t help us to understand the world, science has proven that the benefits of photography are many. So, why should we put in the effort to capture the memorable moments of our lives in photographs? Let us explain. Science shows that one of the benefits

5 Amaranth Benefits and How to Eat This Little-Known Superfood

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Amaranth may not be familiar to you, but it's a true superfood that you'll want to include in your diet. Even if you're not entirely sure what amaranth is, there are enough benefits that you'll want to know all about it. The term 'superfood' gets thrown around a lot, but there are some genuine ones that can truly benefit your health. Amaranth is one such superfood, and this article will get you up to speed with what it is, how to consume it, and the benefits

How to Deal with Post-Holiday Blues After the Festive Season

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Don't enter the new year experiencing the post-holiday blues. The lights and trees may be gone, but the joy could still be there. January, after all, is the first month of the year, and a chance for a clean slate, an opportunity to embrace change--mentally and physically. Embrace this possibility and make 2020 the beginning of a better you. One new step at a time Yes, you could “fake it till you make it”, but don't rely on automatically waking up with a chipper demeanor. Establish

8 Warning Signs of a One-Way Relationship: Are You in One?

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Relationships should be 50/50, but sometimes this isn’t the case. Some people find themselves in one-way relationships. Do you know what a one-way relationship is? Well, it sure isn’t a happy situation, at least for the one who’s doing all the work. When you’re dating or even married things should be balanced in order for both parties to be happy. Love, commitment, and basic care should always be the same between two people in an intimate union. Why do people get involved in one-way relationships? Honestly,

7 Reasons Why High-Quality Sleep Is a Real Life-Changer

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Nothing can replace several hours of high-quality sleep. If you didn’t get enough sleep for days or even months, it is highly likely that you woke up with a headache, feeling crankier than ever and less motivated to work or even socialize. It’s not a big deal if you mess with your sleep schedule once in a few months, because it won’t affect your cognitive abilities drastically. However, if you replace your optimal 7 or 8-hour sleep regimen for only 3 or 4 hours, you won’t

5 Signs of Demand-Withdrawal Patterns in a Relationship

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There are unhealthy powerplay habits that happen in relationships. They’re called demand-withdrawal patterns. This has become a serious problem. There are various reasons why marriages don’t work. One of those reasons is something called the demand-withdrawal pattern. This strange dynamic reduces each person to a role that rarely changes. Who’s demanding and who’s withdrawing? The demanding person in the relationship is usually the one who complains, requests changes, and continually tries to communicate, not necessarily in the right way, however. The withdrawn partner tends to avoid

How to Be More Grateful and Feel Happier with What You Have

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Sometimes in life, everything strikes at once. What can you do when life doesn't only dole out lemons — it pitches them speedball-style at your head? You can't change some external circumstances, no matter how hard you try. But you can practice mindfulness and feel more grateful for what you do have. These little rituals can help you be more grateful and happy to keep your balance when life leaves you teetering at the edge. 1. Visualize a Happy Memory Your breath doesn't abandon you, even

Why Do We Need Oxygen to Breathe and What Are Its Functions?

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From an early age, we all learned that we breathe in oxygen and breathe out carbon dioxide. This was the introduction to the biology of human life and is for many people a fundamental lesson we have never forgotten. While the biological aspects of human life are complicated and cannot be summarized in a single statement, the oxygen influence can never be under looked. This is because humans, similar to all other mammals, along with most other animal species, require oxygen to survive. As such, despite

80+Year-Olds Share Their Advice for the Younger Generation and It’s Eye-Opening

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When you’re younger, you don’t put much thought into how life is going to be in your 80s or 90s. No, those years don’t really pass through your mind. When you’re younger, you’re looking for pleasure, building on your dreams, even when they’re extreme. But the sad part about this is that everyone forgets how life is short. We completely forget that one day, we will be at the end of that life, and there will usually be some unfinished parts that we have no time

What Is Dopamine Fasting, Who Needs It and Does It Work?

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Fasting has become very popular, but it's not just nutrition fasting that can improve your health: Dopamine fasting can too. Things like intermittent fasting have become very popular in the last few years. This is a time-restricted form of eating that can have some tremendous health benefits including weight loss, better hormonal profiles, better insulin sensitivity, along with improved cognitive function. When it comes to your mental health and overall well-being, the same fasting approach might work well but done with dopamine. This article will look

What Is Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) and Does It Work?

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Neuro-linguistic programming or NLP has been a hot topic lately, and it's inspired a great deal of debate. Depending on who you listen to, it's either New Agey pseudo-scientific quackery or a panacea that solves every single social and workplace problem. In spite of all the hype, NLP is neither of these things. In fact, there's a good chance that an overwhelming majority of individuals who claim to practice the techniques are misusing them. Fortunately, even those who don't have any formal training can take a