Articles about Relationships
Survey: 76% say ‘not hearing back’ about a job worse than being ghosted after a first date
76% of Americans consider "not hearing back" after sending in a job application "more frustrating than" being ghosted after date number one.
How to actually move on (from anything)
In order to move forward, you have to move on. And in order to move on, you have to let go. You can only get so far with your leash still on.
These are places you could vacation if you skipped just a few brunches
So just saying avocadon’t on a morning of bottomless mimosas won’t really help you with a down payment, but it can buy you some vacation time, according to HomeAway, an online marketplace for vacation rentals. Don’t believe us? Put down the toast and keep reading.
These are the 10 most stressed cities in the U.S.
But where you live may be making it even worse. WalletHub compared over 180 cities across 37 key metrics including average weekly work hours to debt load, crime rates, average hours of sleep per night to divorce and suicide rates. Here are the results of their findings.
Using exact change in Venmo transactions makes us look petty
When we pay friends the exact amount owed, we may think we're being helpfully conscientious, but it can come off as petty and make us dislike the stickler.
The 2 lessons about happiness that completely changed my mindset
Recently, I’ve had two eye-opening realizations about life and they’ve helped me feel happiness when things aren’t going as planned.
This CEO dropped everything and moved to Bali and it changed his life completely
It sounds like the plot of a movie. Super successful CEO has a great job but is feeling burned out and never get to see his family and friends because of his career success. So he decides to drop everything and move to Bali. But this isn't a movie plot. This is what Ben Feder, the entrepreneur behind Take Two Interactive and the now President of International Partnership for Chinese internet titan firm, Tencent did.
6 ways nice people can master conflict
Research from Columbia University shows that how you handle conflict can make or break your career.
How to have a successful summer vacation
Lots of people will take a vacation this summer, but for many of them, their vacations won’t be the relaxing, recuperative getaways they were hoping for.
Don’t ask me where I’m from – ask what drives me
Sometimes "Where are you from?” is a complex question.
Survey: Here’s what people would give up to get ahead in their careers
New research from CreditLoan.com shows that today's American workers know what's important to them when it comes to both work and home life.
Survey: Here’s how much of a pay cut people would take to spend more time on other priorities
Money isn't everything to everyone — even in the working world. Research shows that employees think there's more to life than a paycheck.
Survey: 64% of Americans know their partner’s bank passwords
64% of Americans know their spouse's bank passwords, and 53% know the passwords to social media accounts belonging to their partner.
Facts don’t change people’s minds. Here’s what does
In the end, it takes courage and determination to see the truth instead of the convenient. But it’s well worth the effort.
How to create rare and life-changing relationships with anyone (even your heroes)
The secret of getting others to help you: Because they want to. And for no other reason. Not because they were manipulated or because they feel compelled.
10 days and 34 words to better relationships
Grab a sticky note and enhance how you express caring, warmth, humility, and respect for others through these 34 words. You’ll likely get back more of those same four relationship goodies from them. Not to mention faster request turnaround times and more enthusiastic, thoughtful help.
13 body language blunders that can make you look bad
Our bodies have a language of their own, and their words aren’t always kind. Your body language has likely become an integral part of who you are, to the point where you might not even think about it. If that’s the case, it’s time to start, because you could be sabotaging your career.
What you should know before you combine finances after marriage
Sorry to interrupt your newlywed bliss, lovebirds, but here's a PSA: Before you say "I do," you should not just talk about your personal commitment to your loved one, but also to money. As you start to merge your life with your chosen partner, it's important to discuss if and how you are going to merge bank accounts.
How 5 brides stayed focused at work while wedding planning
While the path to the dream job and the dream person is quite similar, they start to become incompatible as you plan your wedding. Ask anyone who has balanced nuptial duties with a full-time gig and they’ll be quick to admit the stress of the period.
The most effective leaders don’t care if they are the most-hated or most-loved
A boss shouldn't be preoccupied with whether other people love or hate them. Instead, leadership experts say, a boss should do the right thing for the organization. Their subordinates will likely respect them — and even love them — for that.
Searching for greatness? 15 humans you need in your personal treasure chest
These are the 15 people that have hands down changed everything for me. Fill your treasure chest with these humans and you’ll have a life you never believed possible.
Survey: The 10 most expensive American cities to get married in
And the most expensive American city to get married in is ... you guessed it: New York, according to the 2018 Newlywed Report by WeddingWire.
Why this story of a faked rejection letter is everyone’s worst career nightmare
Our partners can have a hold on us — they can use it to advance or hold back our careers. At worst, you have what happened to Eric Abramovitz.
Your desire to succeed should be as great as your desire to help others succeed
The most important lesson for any new graduate, someone early on in their career or even a savvy veteran to understand is that success only works in a reciprocal manner. What that means is, our desire to succeed should truly be as great as our desire to help others reach their big goals.
9 signs you’re dealing with an emotional manipulator
We all know what it feels like to be emotionally manipulated. It can be extremely effective, which is why some unscrupulous individuals do it so much. Fortunately, emotional manipulators are easy enough to spot if you know what to look for.