• Cover: November 21, 2014
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  • having a moment

    Oh, Baby!

    Forget the "guess the dirty diaper" game. Instead, parents-to-be are finding unique (and less icky) ways to celebrate their impending arrivals. From  headband–making stations to bashes inspired by kids' cereal, LilSugar shares tips for a modern-day shower.
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    Oh, Baby!
    Forget the "guess the dirty diaper" game. Instead, parents-to-be are finding unique (and less icky)...
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  • this just in

    Survey Says...

    The U.K.-based extramarital dating site, Undercover Lovers, asked 4,000 of its members (2,000 men and 2,000 women) about their cheating habits. Here are some of the surprising results.
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    Survey Says...
    The U.K.-based extramarital dating site, Undercover Lovers , asked 4,000 of its members (2,000 men...
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  • who knew?

    Want to Kick a Bad Habit? Do Nothing!

    A recent study by researchers at Idaho State University and University of Southern Mississippi found that those who try to actively change bad habits may be setting themselves up for failure. "Popular views of self-control maintain that individuals should exert willpower, fight temptations, overcome desires and control impulses when they want to successfully control their own behavior," says University of Illinois graduate student Justin Hepler, who led the study. "Ironically, in these situations, people are often 'fighting' to do nothing. For example, they want to not eat a piece of cake."

    Researchers found that it's better to think along the lines of I'm not going to do it right now—in effect tabling the decision. "Attempting to motivate oneself to be active in the face of temptations may actually lead to impulsive behaviors," says Hepler. "Becoming motivated for inaction or calming oneself down may be the best way to avoid impulsive decisions." So, if you're trying to kick a chocolate habit, then don't fight the urge to break out a Hershey's bar; simply put off making the decision... indefinitely.
    Want to Kick a Bad Habit? Do Nothing!
    A recent study by researchers at Idaho State University and University of Southern Mississippi...

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