Success comes from hard work,
determination, and…kissing coworkers?
That’s what some millennials believe.
In a recent survey of 556 working
adults, 71 percent of workers ages 18 to
29 saw office romance as a good thing
for performance and morale. Their
older counterparts, however, saw more
harm. “Millennials fall hard and fast,
and they don’t have the full-on ability
to weigh in on costs and benefits,” says
relationship expert Rachel Sussman,
author of The Breakup Bible. “It takes
time, experience, and wisdom to
learn how to consider consequences.”
Until then, here’s how millennials
approach the cube dating pool:
HOOK UP WITH A
SAY THEY’D HAVE
Millennials mix business with pleasure.
THE Y’D FEEL
EFFECTS FROM A
PERCENTAGE OF FEMALE COLLEGE GRADUATES WHOSE MARRIAGES LASTED 20 YEARS (OR MORE).
ONLY 41 PERCEN T OF THOSE WHOSE EDUCATION ENDED WITH HIGH SCHOOL CELEBRATED A 20TH ANNIVERSARY.
SOUNDS LIKE THE KEY TO A SUCCESSFUL MARRIAGE IS FINDING A GOOD BACHELOR…DEGREE.
Source: Survey by CDC’s National Center for Health Statistics
Like Bigfoot, the G-spot’s existence has long been debated by scientists. But a new case
study in The Journal of Sexual Medicine says
the structure is real. After dissecting an adult
female cadaver, researchers at the Institute
of Gynecology in Florida discovered a small, pea-size sac with walls resembling erectile
tissue and the ability to stretch to the size of
a silver dollar. Voilà: the G-spot!
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Schadenfreude Throughthe Heart
Aren’t we the kinder,
gentler sex? In a
study of 156 couples,
that women were
more satisfied when
their partner was
women, seeing their
partner upset reflects
some degree of the
man’s investment and
engagement in the
study author Shiri
Cohen, Ph.D. “And
conflict gives women
the chance to talk
about their feelings.”