Tag: relationships

Open Marijuana Bars At Weddings Are The Latest Trend In The U.S.

By Amanda Froelich In states where marijuana is legal for recreational use, businesses are introducing weed into nuptials, receptions and even party favors. Some couples are even opting for weed bars. Now that marijuana — an herb that has killed 0 people in history and contains components proven to remedy cancer — is losing its stigma, weed weddings are popping…

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The Age of Notifications and Attention-Deficits

By Shreya Dalela Notifications are messing up with your brain, big-time! I admit it. I am addicted to notifications. But really, who isn’t? Every single social media network’s growth and revenue depends on how frequently YOU check the screen. They hire neuroscientists and psychologists to understand our minds better so that the ‘Fear of Missing Out’…

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Newton’s Third Law of Life That You Should Know!

Op-ed by Dr. Fahad Basheer, Natural Blaze Newton didn’t make a wrong statement. “Every force has an equal and opposite reaction.” In fact, he was right! Every thing from the motion of celestial bodies to launching satellites and the working of modern machines works on this simple principle. You cannot get something without a RESISTANCE…

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5 Ways to Stop Absorbing Negative Energy from Others

By Anna Hunt With empathy, the ability to recognize and feel other people’s emotions, comes the disadvantage of also absorbing the suffering and negativity of the others around you. When this occurs, your ability to function at your best can be significantly impacted. Even a person who is not so empathic can be affected energetically when around…

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Friendships Better Than Morphine

Friends ‘better than morphine’ – Larger social networks release more pain-killing endorphin, University of Oxford reports People with more friends have higher pain tolerance, Oxford University researchers have found. Katerina Johnson, a doctoral student in the University’s Department of Experimental Psychology, was studying whether differences in our neurobiology may help explain why some of us have…

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