Here’s Why Narcissists Tend to Come on Too Strong Early in Relationships

Studio Firma/Stocksy It’s known as ‘lovebombing’—and here’s how to tell if you’re experiencing it. By EJ Dickson So you’ve just started dating someone, and it seems like it’s going really well. They seem really into you: They’re thoughtful and attentive, they’re great in bed, and perhaps most shocking of all, they text you back immediately. But then things start getting a little weird. They’re calling constantly. Their texts are incredibly emotive and emoji-laden. They’re constantly giving you compliments. And they want to meet your parents, even though you’ve only been on a handful of dates. Basically, there are two possibilities here. … Continue reading Here’s Why Narcissists Tend to Come on Too Strong Early in Relationships

Why Dating Sucks: Advice from a Dating Therapist

By Bart Hatler, MFT In the United States, as of April of 2017, 19% of people are using online dating or dating apps, and 84% of those people are looking for a romantic relationship. The dating industry brought in over $3 billion in 2017, with the Match.com app bringing in $2.1 million in one month alone! And yet, over 1,000 people search the words “dating sucks” every month on Google. Despite our technological advances and having access to resources that are meant to bring people together, people still report that they are struggling to find romantic relationships. As a dating therapist … Continue reading Why Dating Sucks: Advice from a Dating Therapist

Do cancer treatments accelerate brain aging?

Breast cancer treatments leave their mark on the brain years after completion, a new study suggests. By Maria Cohut Fact checked by Jasmin Collier Cancer treatments can work, but the same factors that help them eradicate tumors may also accelerate aging processes in the body — especially the brain. New research explores. Previously on Medical News Today, we covered a study explaining that an experience called chemo brain affects many people undergoing cancer — particularly breast cancer — treatment. Chemo brain occurs during cancer treatment, and it may last for a long time after the treatment is over. People experiencing it report a loss of quality in cognitive abilities, … Continue reading Do cancer treatments accelerate brain aging?