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Psychology

Do we confuse love with magnetism? The opposite pole theory is tested!

If you wonder why you always fall in love with people completely opposed to you or what kind of MM (magnetic curse) you exercise in men who don't suit you, watch out: you may find the answers here. Theory of the opposite poles, model 1: Good girl knows bad boy. Bad boy passes from her completely, but after a lot of patience and feminine charm, after a while ... CHAS!
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Psychology

Can the pill cause depression? We analyze the largest study that has been done to date on the subject

A study published in recent days in the JAMA Psychatry Journal, a publication of the American Medical Association, focuses on the direct relationship between female contraceptive use and depression. It is not the first time that this is discussed, and even many prospects warn about this side effect, but never before has a study as detailed and extensive as the current one been carried out.
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Psychology

Why are we afraid to be quiet?

We are afraid of silence. It bothers us as much as the Nanas Nickel scourer underwear. We avoid it as if we had to pay for every second vacuum and dodge it as the greatest of our enemies. We think that silence is bad and we try, without much success, to fill it with random words and various noises.
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Psychology

Go or not go to the alumni meeting 15 years later

I don't mind distributing candies to all those children who pound on my door on Halloween night or that my children receive gifts from Santa Claus at the risk of eclipsing the Magi. I even agreed to dress my elder son for the daycare graduation party. But ... go to a meeting of alumni?
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Psychology

Companion: an ally against street harassment

Traditionally, women have occupied the private sphere (the house) and men the public sphere (the street, work, institutions and everything else), becoming them intruders within the public space. The streets or public transport are places that belong to us all, but not everyone can feel equally safe in them.
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Psychology

Is female genital mutilation sufficiently pursued in the European Union?

A few days ago, English newspapers published the conclusions of a commission of the British parliament, in charge of assessing the situation of female genital mutilation. The diagnosis was unequivocal: the members of the commission consider "a scandal" that in Great Britain, a country that pioneered in 1985 adopting legislation that punishes female genital mutilation, no conviction has been achieved in 30 years.
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Psychology

All Woman Project, the triumph of real women

All Woman Project is a project of Charli Howard - a model who was said to be too fat to parade - and Clémentine Desseaux, a blogger who is also a model. As in spite of all the requests made to brands, advertising agencies and magazines to use a greater representation of models that better reflect the morphology of street women in visuals, spots or billboards these requests do not have been taken into account have decided to take action on the matter.
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Psychology

Being friends before your partner is the real talisman for the success of love?

I am one of those who does not believe in the friendship between boy and girl ... And the reason is none other than when there is communication and fun between this tandem one of the parties ends up falling in love with the other. If it is not reciprocal everything goes to the badge, if on the contrary both feel chemistry ... Jackpot! A perfect union is created where fun and good vibes are present.
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Psychology

If necessary, would you have a child with your best friend?

I have always found disturbing the unofficial contracts that people have about: "If at thirty-five I don't have a boyfriend, you give me a little semen." Thus, as he who asks the neighbor for salt. Two “friends” who at one point sign (sober?) A pact that says that if at a certain age there is nothing to scratch, the fertilizing part will help the fertile part.
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Psychology

Are you a made and right adult but still calling your mother for everything? The experts give us their opinion

Every day. Or twice a day. Or once in the morning, another at noon and the last before bedtime. If you think that you call your mother too much and you have not considered so far why you do so we have consulted a group of experts to give us their opinion. Or explain to us if you are very much in love, if you simply get bored or if you need your support for everything, absolutely everything you do on a daily basis.
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Psychology

Decalogue of the good restart in September

The first day of work after a few days of vacation is one of the most dramatic moments of the year without counting the tummy ache with which you wake up on December 26, the day you try on your swimsuit last year or the on your 30th birthday. Normally, when the alarm sounds, you feel like when Toni Canto woke up from a coma in Seven Lives.
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Psychology

Video games: sexist hell or the final solution to sexism?

Is the video game world as macho as they paint it? My gamer career has been brief (although intense). Still, it has helped me understand some things. In my house a lot has been played, days and nights sometimes. I limited myself to being a spectator. Learning the commands of the Play controller or the keyboard didn't seem worth the effort.
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Psychology

Never being young was so complicated. Being older, either

I don't know when we stop being happy. I don't even know, for sure, if we had ever been. What I am convinced of is that now, more than ever, they require us to be. Happiness is imposed on us, they cry out. What the hell: they order it and judge us if we opt for something as crazy as it is not to feel strong enough to be happy without more.
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