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Should You Let Your Kid Date in Middle/High School? Science Gives a Surprising Answer

Young love can show you things about yourself you’ve never known. It can bring you to happiness and leave you in despair. It can take away the trust you thought you had with others, and make you want to give up … Continue reading

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Study: Close Relationships Aren’t Necessarily Better

It makes sense, doesn’t it? The closer you are to someone, the better your relationship is. Intuitively, this makes perfect sense. But new research out of Columbia University suggests that this is not necessarily the case. David Frost, the lead … Continue reading

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How Many Teenage Daughters Are Meeting Strangers from the Internet Offline?

A new study has just come out which reveals something about the relationship between technology and our social lives. At no time in history have we been so technologically connected to one another. We can get and stay in contact … Continue reading

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Love Plus Imagination – Part 1: Dating Sims and other Simulations

In the first of a multi-part series, let’s look at dating simulation video games. What are they, and where did they come from? Continue reading

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