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Put a lock on your bedroom door. Never let a child interrupt. Kiss your partner first. Andrew G Marshall's book, I Love You But You Always Put Me Last, argues that parents need to childproof their relationships, or lose them. We get some expert survival advice http://t.gu.com/opYiz Photograph: David Yeo for the Guardian

12 Yoga Poses To Undo The Damage Of Your Desk Job

You may <i>joke</i> that your job is slowly killing you, but it might actually be true.<p>And while job-related stress seems like the main culprit when it comes to health and your career ( it can have negative health effects as far ranging as increased heart attack risk, depression or premature aging), …

The Best And Worst Exercises To Do When You Have A Cold

<i>By Amanda MacMillan</i><p>If you're feeling under the weather, exercise may be the last thing you feel like doing -- and it's true that when your body's already under a lot of stress, making it do more work isn't always a good idea. But in some cases, light to moderate activity may actually help you feel …

10 Essential Strength Exercises for Runners

Do these exercises consistently, and you’ll run faster and stronger.<p>Whenever the topic of strength training and running comes up, most runners tend to respond with, “Wait, I’m supposed to do something other than running?” Supplementing running with strengthening exercises will not only aid in …

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When Things Fall Apart: Breakdowns Can Create Breakthroughs

<b>“Breakdowns can create breakthroughs. Things fall apart so things can fall together.” ~Unknown</b><p>“I’m sorry,” the email said, “but our phone call left …

So I Went for a Run. I was angry, so I went for a run. And things got better. I was confused, so I went for a run. And things got better. I was exhausted, so I went for a run. And things got better. I was lost, unsure, empty, afraid. Certain that whatever was left of my sanity had snapped, had come untethered and floated away, to a place so high and remote that I would never see it again, and that even if I did, I wouldn't recognize it. So I went for a run. And things got better. I felt like things could not possibly get worse, so I went for a run. And things got better. (Another time, I felt like things could not get much better. I went for a run. Things got much better.) After enough miles, over enough runs and enough years, I realized: No matter what, no matter when, or where, or why, I can find my shoes and go for a run and things will get better. And that realization? Just knowing that? It made things better. - Mark Remy Runner's World ********** This is my drug. by I <3 to run. Available --> https://ilovetorun.org/women-c-22.html

Awkward Gym Moments