Banning Small Talk From Your Conversations Makes You Happier, Says Science (Ask Any of These 12 Questions for a Change)
When you attend a networking event, cocktail party, or meet someone for a business lunch, exchanging superficial small talk is par for the course. Sure, questions like What do you do? and Where do you
Experts used to tell us to do hours of cardio to lose weight, but now fitness trainers agree that cardio isn't necessary, and the hunger caused by strenuous cardio could actually cause weight gain. This
We all do it, and it’s probably doing damage to our friendships. What a lot of people don’t appear to understand is that the single easiest way to make friends is to show up when it matters — and the easiest
How many motivational books have you read? You know how it goes, right? The author conveys his or her version of the secrets of life, success, or relationships through a highly subjective "10 best" strategy.
It's the worst feeling. We get a call or an email suddenly reminding us that a project is due or an important meeting has passed by and we've totally forgotten it. I'm no stranger to the pitfalls of forgetfulness.
When it comes to losing weight and shedding body fat, it's easy to get confused by all the information we're bombarded with on the internet every day. Scrolling through social media, reading blog posts,
Diet & Fitness Want to start working out but have no idea where to start? This workout is for you! If you want to start exercising, but have no idea where to begin, this is the workout for you. It's low-impact
One of the most popular techniques in interviewing today is the the use of behavioral questioning. It's when the interviewer asks you a series of open-ended questions designed to force you to give a detailed
Hot Take Many of President Donald Trump’s critics have raised concerns in recent weeks about his alleged affair with porn star Stormy Daniels. If the revelations are true, Trump’s infidelity is a serious
I’ve just asked my husband, ‘What’s the secret of a long marriage?’ ‘You tell me and I’ll agree,’ was his instant reply. It made me laugh - which partly explains why we’re still together, after 33 years.
• Rachel Sussman is a relationship expert and marriage counselor in New York City.• She says many couples she sees are worried about the decline — or disappearance — of passion in their relationship.•