Monday, May 27, 2024

News for Travelers


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News from Travel Noire

TikTok Food Critic, Keith Lee, Ranks His Favorite Foodie Cities - Read Full Article


The Cutest Cafes Around Africa For Your Instagram-Worthy Moments - Read More


Cannabis-Friendly Hotels To Visit This Year - Read More


Sail In Luxury: Top Black-Owned Charters Around The World - Read More


Adult Playground Vacation Homes To Relax and Play During Your Stay - Read More


South Korea’s Digital Nomad VISA Promotes Workation Culture - Read More


Enjoy A Night Out In Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania’s Bustling Capital - Read More

News from Travel Awaits

9 Best Family Resorts in Aruba - Read More


History, Wildlife, Trains, and Tea: The Top Things To Do On A Family Trip To Sri Lanka - Read More


8 Best Luxury Hotels in Dubai | Perfect For a Glamorous Stay - Read More

Monday, May 20, 2024

Is it Really Happily Ever After? Singles are Just as Happy As or Even Happier than Married Couples by Xantha Leatham, Deputy Science Editor

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Marriage does not make people any happier or healthier than singles, research suggests. Scientists examined the physical and mental health of married people and those who never said ‘I do.’ Getting married showed ‘little evidence’ of improving well-being in the long term, University of California researchers said.

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Dr Bella DePaulo, who led the study, expands on the findings in her book Single at Heart: The Power, Freedom, And Heart-Filling Joy of Single Life. A study by the author, which was published in 2016, says: 'The media, and even scientific journals, are filled with claims that marriage is good for health and well-being. Scientists examined the physical and mental health of married people and those who never said ‘I do’. A closer look at the research, though, with an eye on the methodological biases, shows that such claims often misrepresent or exaggerate the results of the research.' 

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She continued: 'Examples of research on suicide, depression, loneliness, physical health, and happiness are reviewed. In cross-sectional research, people who stay single typically have very similar outcomes to those who are currently married. 'In longitudinal research, there is little evidence that getting married results in lastingly improved health or well-being.'

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Share or comment on this article: Is it REALLY happy ever after? Singles are JUST as happy as or even happier than married couples, researchers say.

Monday, May 13, 2024

Curvy Girl Upcoming Events

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Book Bonanza 

June 13 - 15, 2024

Grapevine, TX 

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Curvy Girl Summer Release Party

July 17 - 20, 2024

Nashville, TN 

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One Love Reunion

July 17 - 24 

Nashville, TN

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Steamy Lit Con 2024

8/2/2024 - 8/3/2024

Anaheim Marriott

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Anaheim, Ca

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Monday, May 06, 2024

Waiting for Love - Do’s and Don’ts While Waiting

International Romance Author, Stella Eromonsere-Ajanaku is back offering advice on the Do’s and Don’ts While Waiting.


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