Nothing about depression is easy. But the way it affects a person’s daily life is arguably the most difficult part of the disorder. Approximately 300 million people globally are affected by depression, according to the World Health Organization. Not only does it create emotional health issues, like excessive rumination and lack of motivation, but it also causes physical health problems, like headaches and trouble eating.
Dating often seems really confusing to millennials … and it is. One of the toughest parts of dating is that “being on the same page” is never a given. Women often date for a potential relationship — but they’re also often dating men who are socialized to play the field instead of settle down, and don’t have a biological clock to contend with.
When Ted Bundy, the notorious serial killer who raped and murdered more than 30 women, was put on trial in 1979, women from all over the world sent him fan mail. Many of these letters included nude pictures, and some of them even contained marriage proposals, according to Stephen Michaud, co-author of Ted Bundy: Conversations with a Killer. During Bundy's trial, women (referred to as "groupies") would show up to the courtroom wearing their hair parted down the middle and hoop earrings, on the assumption that this style matched his victims.
"You are smart and you are pretty. It would take nothing from you to also be kind," Michelle Icard wrote in a note to three teenage girls she sat next to in her local Starbucks in May 2016.
Teen Girl Who Allegedly Urged Boyfriend to Commit Suicide Played a 'Sick Game,' Prosecutor Says
Body language is extremely important when it comes to making good first impressions. It's always helpful to know what body cues show you in a positive light, especially during interviews or networking when you're meeting someone for the first time.
Across the board, “poor communication” was the No. 1 complaint. Case in point: I remember once interviewing a guy in his late 20s who swore he’d improved his communication skills a ton in recent years.
It's Failure Week at Glamour! We're celebrating mistakes, messes, and missteps. Watch as these women get honest about what they've learned from their biggest setbacks.
A mom from Ohio is drawing attention to something that many women struggle with after giving birth but tend not to discuss openly….
It’s alarming how many relationships begin with no emotional support whatsoever. Women regularly describe feeling “locked out” by their partner, or a “hollowness” to the relationship. Blame their socialization as nurturers, or the silent tick of the biological clock, but women tend to live in future potential and hope for the best in every relationship.
To state the obvious, life is really stressful, and many of us (*raises hand*) fall victim to the pressure to “do it…
Despite barriers to being “ready,” many couples are able to work through timing issues to achieve great relationships.