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    How to Avoid a Nasty Fight: Eat Something

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    Fat Talk: Ditch This Bad Habit

    An inside look at fat talk and its effect on body image. Plus, take our Fat Talk Quiz to see if you're guilty, and get expert tips to end fat talk.
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    So Long, Frenemies!

    Do you have a toxic friendship? Here’s how to identify and ditch frenemies. So long, backstabbing!
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    Ask a Scientist: Is Period Syncing for Real?

    People say that when you work or live with a lot of women you get on the same menstrual cycle. We get into the science of syncing.
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    Digital Rules for Relationships

    Help managing relationships and technology. What are the rules when it comes to cellphones and text messaging in a relationship?
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    Listening to the Devil on Your Shoulder

    Internal conflicts are based on values we have that may not make sense to have anymore. Don't feel guilty: Figure out where your values come from and whether you should or should not continue to live by them.
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    Your Husband or Child—Who Comes First?

    Who gets more priority when it comes to your husband and child?
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    The Digital Assault on Intimacy

    Texting at the table or using your iPad in bed might be doing damange to your relationship.
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    Surprising Causes of Infidelity

    You'd be surprised to find out that it's not about sex when people partake in affairs.
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    Top 10 Signs He’s a Player

    Wondering whether he's a keeper or a playboy? Look for these signs and learn to protect yourself.
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    The Power and Perils of Grieving on Facebook

    When someone dies, there is a natural desire to share your grief with friends on Facebook. This can be very helpful, but also potentially damaging.
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