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    Soul Mates: Myth or Reality?

    Soul Mates: Myth or Reality?
    Many people think of soul mates as two people who find each other and know immediately that they're destined to spend their lives together in ecstatic harmony. Others consider the idea about as credible as crystal healing, love potions, or the tooth fairy. Our culture is saturated with the notion that there's one perfect partner out there for everybody, and to ...
    Published over 8 years ago | Rated: +1
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    15 Reasons to Date a Nurse

    Nurses work long hours, with schedules that rarely concur with most people's 9-5 — so it can be tough to maintain an active social life. How does a nurse convince someone outside the medical field that beneath that strange work schedule and work stories about bodily functions, there's a great partner? That's where we come in. Here Are 15 Reasons to ...
    Published over 8 years ago | Rated: +15
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    6 Ways Yoga Improves Your Looks (And Your Sex Life)

    6 Ways Yoga Improves Your Looks (And Your Sex Life)
    You'd need several pairs of hands to list all the benefits yoga can have on your health, but what can it do for your looks? Turns out, a whole lot. Those who have been reading this column for some time will know that we advocate lifestyle and diet changes as much as we do using nontoxic cosmetics; the three are ...
    Published over 8 years ago | Rated: +1
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    10 Tips for a Blissful Relationship

    10 Tips for a Blissful Relationship
    Everyone wants a happier marriage yet few people know what to do to achieve it. So many times people look to their spouse to “complete” them instead of looking inside themselves to figure out how they can help their relationship thrive. Here are some ideas to get you started on the road to a happier marriage. 1. Overlook your spouse’s faults ...
    Published over 8 years ago | Rated: +2
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    Mental Tricks to Mend Work Relationships

    Mental Tricks to Mend Work Relationships
    In a demanding and high-risk workplace like the healthcare setting, flare-ups among coworkers can escalate very quickly. So how do you navigate the different personalities and specific stresses of the day to keep the peace and focus on the patients’ well-being? “Dialectal Behavioral Therapy” techniques can give nurses efficient and easy-to-use ways to communicate effectively, build relationships and set limits while ...
    Published over 8 years ago | Rated: +2
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    What Happens After Match.com?

    What Happens After Match.com?
    Opening up to love can be very different for nurses. You have a unique life and may attract the wrong sort…as in a leech…more easily. But take heart! There is someone out there for you, too. Here are some tips to make the process of finding your soulmate easier. 1. Have faith that the right person is out there and don't ...
    Published over 8 years ago | Rated: +1
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    How Eye Contact Affects Our Behavior

    How Eye Contact Affects Our Behavior
    Did you ever play the Eye Contact Game as a kid? You’re supposed to sit directly across from another person and stare into his or her eyes for as long as possible while keeping a straight face. I don’t think I won a single game; every attempt would end in a fit of nervous giggles. And as an adult, I feel ...
    Published about 8 years ago | Rated: +1
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    5 Ways to Fix Your Man's Issues (Or Not)

    5 Ways to Fix Your Man's Issues (Or Not)
    “I can fix him.” “He will change for me.” “Just give him some time, he’ll come around.” “When we get married, move in together, and have kids, he will change.” If these statements, or words like them, have ever traveled across your lips, welcome to the Queen of Illusion Club. This club is reserved for women who have ever tried to ...
    Published over 8 years ago | Rated: +1
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    3 Rules of a Healthy Breakup

    3 Rules of a Healthy Breakup
    Drama. Deceit. Devastation. It’s not just reality TV; it’s the reality that most of us experience when we end a relationship, because we don’t and won’t leave our men until we reach the point of hating, hurting and hardly speaking. Like a pit bull gripping its most beloved doggie toy, we believe that if we feel any ‘love’ at all for ...
    Published over 8 years ago | Rated: +2
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    7 Dos and Don'ts of Fighting Fair

    7 Dos and Don'ts of Fighting Fair
    How we fight sometimes says more about us than how we got into a fight in the first place. Living a conflict-free life, especially with a loved one, sounds nice but in reality is impossible. Not only that, but it's unhealthy. Disagreements from time to time, if dealt with maturely and with the requisite kindness, can actually help to strengthen the ...
    Published about 8 years ago | Rated: +1
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    How Kids Are Having Sex

    Among 14- to 17-year-olds, 80 percent of boys and 69 percent of girls say they used a condom the last time they had sex, compared to well under half of sexually active adults. That's just one of many facts uncovered by a recent sex survey that you can learn about in our latest Transparency. A collaboration between GOOD and Column ...
    Published over 8 years ago | Rated: +2
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    10 Reasons to Date a Nurse

    10 Reasons to Date a Nurse
    Users on Facebook, the ultra successful social networking site, virtually given birth to a new user-generated genre: the “Ten Reasons Why You Should Date an XYZ (name of your profession goes here) List.” [widget:448] Lists have been published on the site for Why You Should Date a Single Mom, a Geek, a Wrestler and hundreds of other categories. Not to be ...
    Published about 10 years ago | Rated: +35
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    Nursing a Healthy Relationship

    Nursing a Healthy Relationship
    It starts in nursing school and rolls over into our daily career work. Being a nurse is tough, it's demanding and exhausting. We give our all to our job and to our patients, unfortunately sometimes we don't have anything left to ‘give' at home with our loved ones. Our relationships are strained because our significant other may not understand that just ...
    Published almost 9 years ago | Rated: +3
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    Marriage and the Nurse

    Marriage and the Nurse
    It’s no secret that the average nurse leads a demanding and stressful life. After working a 12-hour shift providing bedside care, it may be difficult to go home and care for a spouse. With the stress of raising a family and bringing home a paycheck, and with divorce rates at an all-time high, keeping a healthy relationship is a juggling act ...
    Published over 8 years ago | Rated: +4
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    Essential Bathroom-Sharing Tips

    Essential Bathroom-Sharing Tips
    It’s the first place we go in the morning and the last spot we hit at night. We use it to get clean, to find some alone time, to refresh. It may just be one of the most sacred rooms in the house. In an ideal world, most of us would have our own bathroom. (Heck, if I could afford it, ...
    Published over 8 years ago | Rated: +2
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    You Are Not "Just a Nurse"

    You Are Not "Just a Nurse"
    I recently viewed a terrific video interview on Nursing Ideas TV with Suzanne Gordon who has authored several terrific books for nurses such as Nursing Against the Odds: How Health Care Cost Cutting, Media Stereotypes, and Medical Hubris Undermine Nurses and Patient Care. Gordon was passionately discussing the subject of what nurses really do and how nurses tend to trivialize their ...
    Published almost 9 years ago | Rated: +2
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    5 Things Nurses Should Look for in a Relationship

    5 Things Nurses Should Look for in a Relationship
    Behind every student nurse, there has to be an intense support system. You don’t ever just “go to nursing school” by yourself! HA! Even though they aren’t with you in class, they will face your challenges with you and have to deal with you after the day is done. Your family and friends didn’t know what they were getting into when ...
    Published over 8 years ago | Rated: +1
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    Dating Tips for Nurses

    Dating Tips for Nurses
    I’ve never held much validity to the concept of seeking out potential dating prospects based on compatibility of zodiac sign or Chinese calendar symbol. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not discounting those who fervently believe in these ideas, but I’ve always been more of the traditional dater, seeking out chemistry as opposed to matching based on the month of my birth. ...
    Published almost 9 years ago | Rated: +1
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    Just a Nurse? No Such Thing

    How many times have you said “I’m just a nurse” or “I’m only an RN / LPN.” When I hear someone say this I’m always tempted to say, “As opposed to what? Someone with a better job, better profession, better skills?” Nurses are multitalented individuals. We have unique skills, many of which are transferable into other areas of healthcare. We’re also ...
    Published about 11 years ago | Rated: +5
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    Study: Women's Tears a Turnoff for Men

    Study: Women's Tears a Turnoff for Men
    If you're thinking a nice, sad romance flick a la Titanic makes for the perfect date film, dry those tears and think again. You may not know it, but human eyes produce two different kinds of tears—those that flow due to physical stress (i.e. an errant eyelash on the cornea) and those that flow due to emotions. (i.e. Leonardo DiCaprio sinking ...
    Published over 8 years ago | Rated: +1
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