Last weekend I got schooled on the dating don’ts for guys from the creator of the dating app Hinge at the MogulX conference in New York City. He brought out some interesting statistics that were horrifying because it proved one thing — things haven’t changed since I was single and roaming the app world for love back in 2010. So I teamed up with Caitlin Cooper, Dating Strategist and Expert Matchmaker from Three Day Rule to bring you our own dating tips that guys should avoid on their profile when using dating apps. Brace yourself!
If you and your partner have questioned whether or not you should be in an open relationship — I have a few things for you to consider. Humans were made for relationships as they get us to explore who we are and what we want out of life at any given moment in time. But what are the relationship goals you should strive for in order to make the relationship work, any relationship? The answer to that varies as each relationship looks and functions according to the people involved — meaning, you can create your relationship to look any way you want as long as both parties (or how ever many are involved) are in agreement. But before you go jumping on the open relationship wagon, here are 3 things to keep in mind.
Anxiety can easily be triggered when worrying or experiencing fear on normal day to day activities. Other emotions associated with anxiety include depression, sleep disturbance, difficulty concentrating, among others. This response can impact a person’s productivity and their ability to maintain calm within the workplace.
It’s not the same when you eat a pizza while drinking coke and when eating a pizza with wine on the side. This is why it’s a very good thing to know what drink to mix with which food. Some combinations are simply better.
Match with red wine
Hair Loss Dos and Don’ts
You know what sucks? Losing your hair. You know what makes it worse? That it happens slowly over time. Little by little, day by day, you’re forced to watch your hairline recede, knowing that someday it will be gone, and there’s nothing you can do about it. Or is there?
Hair loss is primarily caused by a steroid hormone called dihydrotestosterone, or DHT. Ironically, DHT is the hormone that initially is responsible for growing hair in men, but over time it binds to hair follicles causing them to shrink, weaken, and die. Fortunately there are plenty of things you can do to help keep your hair where you want it. Let’s take a look at some of the Dos and Don’ts of hair loss prevention.