Tweeting about your soured love life could score you some free pizza, as one Australian woman discovered. Your move, Ben & Jerry's.
Humans of New York, known for its profiles of New Yorkers, shared the story of a guy who wants his significant other to lose weight. And people are upset.
The Oedipus complex might not be so farfetched after all, as a new study reveals that we’re attracted to people who look like our parents. Freud would have been delighted with the findings, conducted by scientists at Glasgow University, which concluded that heterosexual men and gay women looked for women with the same eye colour as their mothers. Similarly, they found that heterosexual women and gay men were attracted to men whose eyes were the same colour as their father.
"People really look to be absolved," says Elle Huerta, the founder and CEO of Mend, an app that helps men and women through breakups. "You need to be really clear to see whether you're sending your ex mixed signals," says Eric Yarbrough, MD, the director of psychiatry at Callen-Lorde Community Health Centre. "Here, you can discuss anything from how to deal with mutual friends to whether or not to unfollow each other on social media," Dr. Yarbrough says.