How Eating Disorders Are Impacted By Quarantine Stress & What You Can Do To Cope


By: Lesley Goth, Psy.D. Quarantine life, as we all know, contributes to higher levels of stress, isolation, depression, and anxiety, to name a just a few of the many negative consequences of COVID-19. In addition, these aftereffects also exacerbate symptoms related to eating disorders and tend to make recovery or managing an eating disorder exponentiallyContinue reading “How Eating Disorders Are Impacted By Quarantine Stress & What You Can Do To Cope”

The Worst Thing You Do When Introducing Yourself, According to an Expert


Everyone suffers their fair share of awkward interactions from time to time, whether you forget a former acquaintance’s name when you run into them or find yourself blanking on all the pertinent details about your work history mid-interview. And while the odd faux pas can be forgiven, according to etiquette experts, there’s one major mistake that always makes aContinue reading “The Worst Thing You Do When Introducing Yourself, According to an Expert”

Trump Doubles Down on Racism


Blames low-income people, minorities for ‘ruining’ suburbia  By, Maya King and Laura Barron-Lopez/CNN On Tuesday, President Donald Trump refused to condemn white supremacists. On Wednesday, he appeared to blame suburban, low-income people of color for “ruining this American dream.” A day after he told the far-right Proud Boys, to “stand by,” igniting outrage from DemocratsContinue reading “Trump Doubles Down on Racism”

12 Year old begins his Sophomore year at Collage


Two year old Caleb Anderson could read the United States Constitution. At three years old he qualified for MENSA and learned French, Manderine and Spanish. Though Caleb qualified for MENSA at age three, he joined at age five. His family said they were told he was the youngest African-American boy to be accepted at theContinue reading “12 Year old begins his Sophomore year at Collage”

2020 Presidential Debate: Winner “Proud Boys and Racism” Loser “America”


There was an opportunity last night, an opening, a gift presented to the 45th President of the United States. This gift may have reversed his poll numbers and benifited of other members of the Republican Party who fortunes are closely tied to his. Chris Wallace, the moderator and Joe Biden stood back and gave theContinue reading “2020 Presidential Debate: Winner “Proud Boys and Racism” Loser “America””

10 LGBTQ+ Questions We’d Like to See Asked in Tonight’s Debate


By Trudy Ring\The Advocate.com The first presidential debate between Joe Biden and Donald Trump will take place Tuesday at 9 p.m. Eastern in Cleveland. Moderator Chris Wallace has announced the topics he wants to cover in the 90-minute debate — the two men’s records, the Supreme Court, COVID-19, the economy, the integrity of the election,Continue reading “10 LGBTQ+ Questions We’d Like to See Asked in Tonight’s Debate”

He Slapped her with a slice a pizza


When the police arrived they found her covered in a combo of grease, red sauce and various food toppings. When questioned by cops, her boyfriend 59 year old Sean Metcalf admitted losing his cool and yelling at the victim, but denied the dispute became physical. He also claimed to have “no idea how pizza gotContinue reading “He Slapped her with a slice a pizza”

I’m BFFs With My Metamour: My Husband Has a Girlfriend, and Now We’re Friends


By: Erin K Barnes/Men’s Health My husband has a girlfriend…and I love her. That’s right: the love of my life is dating another woman, and she’s awesome. The topic of my metamour—that’s my partner’s partner, in polyamorous terms—is controversial. It doesn’t matter that it was my idea to open our marriage. It doesn’t matter howContinue reading “I’m BFFs With My Metamour: My Husband Has a Girlfriend, and Now We’re Friends”

RBG’s Fingerprints Are All Over Your Everyday Life


She expanded the possibilities of family life and work—for women and for men. By: Joe Pinsker\The Atlantic In her 87 and a half years, Ruth Bader Ginsburg left a significant mark on law, on feminism, and, late in her life, on pop culture. She also left a significant mark on everyday life in America, helpingContinue reading “RBG’s Fingerprints Are All Over Your Everyday Life”

“Black People” The President Has A Plan


Hear ye, hear ye Black People. The Prez wants your support and he has have something for you. Introducing  the Black Economic Empowerment “Platinum Plan,” If you elect him, he will prosecute the Klan,and Antifa. He will make Juneteenth a Federal Holiday (didn’t realize the President could do this on his own-but as long asContinue reading ““Black People” The President Has A Plan”