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Why You Crave Drama in Relationships

Relationships have drama for all sorts of reasons—even healthy ones. But some dramatic patterns make the relationship hard and exhausting. Let’s visit one of those here. If you, or someone you care about, are drawn to the emotional intensity of conflict

Play highlights complexity of love, relationships

Chandigarh: The Amritsar-based drama ensemble GSK Productions presented a Punjabi play “Abhisarika” on the third day of the week-long Theatre festival of young directors organised by the Punjab Sangeet Natak Akademi at the Randhawa auditorium here today. Written by legendary playwright

Finding Home amid Ruptured Relationships

We are in search of home, but our progressive march requires us to sever ourselves from not only the obligations of home but also from the ethos of home. Various metrics confirm that, over the last 30 years there has been

Liberating rules to live by in relationships

Being in a relationship is mostly good, but, sometimes, you may find that you’re losing yourself in it as you compromise and capitulate in an effort to maintain harmony. While it may seem easier in the short run to give in

New evidence affirms depression can be one of the earliest signs of Alzheimer’s

Better treating depression is hypothesized as a potential way to slow the progression of the earliest stages of Alzheimer’s disease(Credit: obencem/Depositphotos) The link between depression and dementia has been noted by researchers and clinicians for several years now. After all, it seems obvious

Between high rates of HIV/AIDS and punitive new trafficking laws, India’s sex workers are struggling to assert their humanity

Gauri Dobe vividly remembers the last day of her childhood. It was a summer afternoon, and she had just finished devouring some mangoes. As she battled her tears, Gauri’s mother urged her to finish packing her clothes. Gauri’s uncle said he

Portland center gets $1.4 million to help Mainers living with HIV/AIDS

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development renewed the Frannie Peabody Center’s grant of $1,406,578 over three years, which will help fund its work of housing and assisting people living with HIV/AIDS. The center has received the grant for the

Goodwill’s Bob Ravener: “Focus first on building relationships, then worry about the work”

I grew up with very little. My father was an alcoholic who could never hang onto a job, and my mother was barely able to make ends meet trying to support a family with five kids. So many people helped me

Artificial Intelligence will not take away jobs: Expert

NEW DELHI: The Artificial Intelligence or AI will not take away employment but the nature of opportunities would change in tandem with the industry 4.0 revolution and that would require potentially-skilled human resources, according to an AI expert. “AI is not going to take away

Is there a link between dark chocolate and depression?

A survey-based study looking at chocolate consumption and depression finds that people who eat dark chocolate are less likely to report depressive symptoms. What do these findings mean, and can we trust them? Could dark chocolate lighten our mood? Over the