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New research suggests that platonic spoon sessions may help men battle stress.
Too often, our minds are caught on things we did in the past (“Why did I sing “Pony” at office karaoke?”) or worry about things we might do in the future (“What if I my date tomorrow night hates my back tattoo?”). To live purely in the ...
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A Stanford doctor's intriguing AMA.
In fact, the need to couple-up with tweaked versions of ourselves is so common, Wellesley College and Kansas University researchers have found, that it's practically a "psychological default."
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