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Today is Tell us Something good Tuesday , and the first full day of fall. National White chocolate Day Happy Birthday to the Jetsons—premiered in 1962 and to Bruce Springsteen, who is 65 A group of German high school students have been sent home from a week-long field t [ ... ]
(This is a re-post with a minimal updating from 2 years ago - I received a few requests to post it again after Sundays Browns game) I grew up in Berea, which is the home of the Cleveland Browns. As a kid I used to go watch them practice at their facility on the Baldwin Wallace campus. I have [ ... ]
My kind of girl ... meet Olivia ... so young and sweet ... so deserving of a family and home ... Gotta love a Hound ... we do! They are fun and ornery and they will entertain you forever. They are perfect in size and in temperament. And, most people don't know tha [ ... ]
Cats aren't dogs, and they'd like us to remember that, an animal behavior expert tells the Telegraph. We stress them out by expecting them to be as sociable as our canine friends, happy to be petted and hang out in the same space as other cats. But that just doesn't fit with how cats think, says [ ... ]
Whether it's because they're feeling awkward or just plain old at a loss for words, people say some crazy things tonewlyweds! It's almost as if, faced with a couple who has just vowed to spend the rest of their lives together, they can't stop themselves from delivering cliches about mar [ ... ]
According to Florida State University researchers, the number one way to build a better relationship with your significant other is simply to express gratitude.
That’s right. Just saying, “Thank you” transforms your impression of the other person, helping you hold him or her in higher regard – which makes them more comfortable when bigger relationship issues pop up.
And, giving thanks is a gift that keeps on giving. People who express gratitude more than double their chances of being on the receiving end of generosity again