You might think that younger is better when it comes to parenting, but there are actually many benefits that come with being an older parent. Of course, there are a few detractors as well. Here are 14 pros and cons of being an older parent.
Whether you’ve been single for a while now or you’re in the wine-drenched throes of a bad breakup, online dating can seem a bit daunting. We’re here to tell you today that although it can be tough to put yourself out there, it’s always worth it to be vulnerable in the hopes of meeting someone new.
Today on Healthversed, we take aim at the incredibly common “overbearing grandma” archetype in an attempt to steer you clear of a similar fate. We’ll take a look at a few family faux-pas and teach you how to navigate this strange new world.
Even though there are a bunch of places where we can get our flirt on easily, some people insist on choosing the most inappropriate places imaginable to hit on others. Here are a few places where you may want to think twice before flirting with that cute someone.
Here at Healthversed, we believe that through education, rehabilitation, and routine watering, anything is possible. That’s right! Even I, heinous murderer of all things green, can learn. Today, we’ll take a look at the most resilient, low-maintenance houseplants in the world. Ready? Let’s go!
Early summer is the best time of year. It’s nice out, but the longest and warmest days of summer are still ahead of us. People are out socializing, and it’s the perfect time to either meet someone new or spend a bit more time getting to know that someone special who’s already in your life.
Here are a few ways to figure out if that cute guy in your office or that adorable new gym hottie is into you, and what to do about it if you decide to make a move. There’s no need to hang back in fear of misreading the situation. With these tips, you’ll be confidently slipping them your number in no time.
Summer is here! Even though the thermometer has hit the high 80s early this year, it isn’t officially summer until June 21st. And now that we’ve passed that date, it’s the perfect time to plan out your ultimate summer bucket list!
Being persuasive means listening to those around you and figuring out how to ensure that everyone gets what they want, while also making sure that you get what you want. You will never succeed in any aspect of your life if you continually seek to undermine others in order to get what you want.
Compassion is a learned behavior, and if you struggle with it, then it just means that you can acknowledge your shortcomings and work on them. Here are a few things you can work on right now to help you become a more compassionate person.
One of the best things you can do for your partner, friends, and family is to truly listen to them. It’s a very special gift to give. To make someone feel that they have truly been heard and understood.
This Valentine’s Day, don’t fall into the trap of just picking up the nearest and cheapest bouquet of flowers for your sweetheart. Flowers die quickly, and then your partner is left with a vase full of mouldy stems and leaves that they have to get rid of. There are so many better ideas out there for Valentine’s Day presents!
While some people prefer the single life, anyone who craves partnership can tell you how good it feels to finally find “the one” and feel like the awfulness of dating is behind you. However, by viewing marriage as a milestone that once achieved can subsist on love alone without work or attention, we are setting ourselves up for failure, or rather, divorce.
Irate customers, overtime, staff meetings, and deadlines. Whether you’re slaving away behind a hot stove or slumped over a well worn keyboard (ahem), the workplace can be stressful. I mean, if it wasn’t all that difficult, you wouldn’t be getting paid for it, right? Day-in day-out, occupational stresses are generally unavoidable. Bullies, however, are a different story.
People tend to have strong opinions one way or the other about women who change their name when they get married. Some (particularly the older generations) feel it’s a tradition that should always be upheld, and get very offended when a woman chooses to keep her maiden name. Other people believe that women should not change their name, perhaps for feminist or heritage reasons.