Margaret Pingelton

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11 incredible psychological tricks to get people to do what you want

Psychological research suggests there are plenty of ways to get people to do what you want — without them even realizing you've persuaded them.<p>We've rounded up 11 science-backed strategies for getting people to like you, to buy stuff, and to give you what you're after.<p>All of them will leave you …

Psychology

10 Ways to Take Epic Travel Photos Alone

Is it really <i>that hard</i> to believe that a young, attractive female would be traveling on her own, without the financial aid or company of a man or friend? Apparently it is, because it seems like whenever I post a photo with just me in it when I'm traveling solo, there is, without fail, at least one …

Mobile Photography

How to Maintain Peace & Joy Despite Your Everyday Struggles

<b>“In the midst of movement and chaos, keep stillness inside of you.” ~Deepak Chopra</b><p>For years I allowed everyday struggles, like slight disturbances …

Climbing On Mount Denali

Photos

What our perspiration reveals about us

We all know that we sweat when we are hot, anxious or embarrassed – it’s less well known that sweat actually carries emotional messages<p>In 1934, a British physician named BA McSwiney stood before his colleagues at the Royal Society of Medicine and lamented that most folks didn’t concern themselves …

Psychology

Black Girls Travel: How I Literally Figuratively Found Myself In Cabo Verde

•<p>July 27, 2015 • Africa, African culture, African Diaspora, Cabo Verde, culture<p><b>by Ann Brown</b><p>Six years ago, if someone asked me where Cabo Verde was, …

If Your Kid Is a Picky Eater, It Could Signal Something Far Worse

A new study links extreme fussiness to psychiatric problems.<p>If a child refuses to eat anything but cheese pizza, don't just dismiss it as a phase. A new study finds that kids who are extra selective about what they eat are at a higher risk of psychiatric problems down the road.<p>Researchers from Duke …

Research

Decoding The Concealer Palette

As you may have picked up these last few weeks, one concealer does not fit all. There's formulas good for spot covering, formulas good for …

Makeup

Here's the only way to destroy a black hole

I've suggested a bunch of crazy ideas, like blasting it with rockets, shooting lasers at it, smashing planets into it. Nothing would work, everything would just make it bigger and angrier.<p>Turns out the only way to defeat a black hole is to sit on your hands and wait for it to evaporate. That's not …

Physics

New Research Associates Social Anxiety With High IQ, Empathic Abilities, And Intelligence

Of all the psychological disorders, anxiety is the most common in the United States. About 18% of the population, or 40 million adults, suffer the …

Psychology

Digital detoxing, backbending over strangers and an involuntary peep or two: A beginner's guide to what REALLY happens on a yoga retreat

• <b>Yoga retreats are becoming popular holiday choices for busy professionals</b>• <b><br>Formentera Yoga was founded by celebrated author & teacher Jax Lysycia</b>• <b><br>Offers</b> …

Yoga

Mind-blowing Pluto has ice mountains and water

<b>Laurel, Maryland (CNN) —</b> It had been downgraded to a dwarf planet. It looked like a fuzzy blob in our best telescopes. And it was often referred to as just an icy orb. Even scientists working on the first mission to Pluto expected to find an old, pockmarked world.<p>But Pluto is turning out to be full …

Solar System