Handmade Mini-Bench: Folklorica w/Flame Red Seat – $695 – Our benches add color and drama to an entryway, punctuate the end of a hallways or adorn the end of a bed. They’re perfectly sized for two–and the rest of the time, they’ll add a dash of color to your room. Handmade-to-order and drop shipped in … Continue reading Our 7 Favorite Stylish Pieces on Bazaar
In the name of self care, allow us to remind you that you deserve a night to yourself. We’re talking about a night where you turn off your phone, put on Netflix, sip on your favorite beverage, and have your perfect night in—whatever that may entail. Nordstrom’s Anniversary Sale is giving us a whole lot … Continue reading Nordstrom’s Anniversary Sale Is Giving Us So Many Excuses to Stay In
Forget hot plates—Macy’s recently found itself in hot water. On Monday, the department store became embroiled in a social media firestorm after CBS correspondent Alie Ward tweeted a photo of a set of plates she spotted in their New York store. The plates, made by a company called Pourtions, features circles meant to indicate food … Continue reading Macy’s Pulled Those Body-Shaming “Mom Jeans” Plates After Twitter Rallied Against Them
Sometimes a gifted liar can make you wonder if you have misremembered something so completely. Other times more tangible issues raise questions: the thermostat in your home might suddenly be turned to 80 degrees when you know you always keep it at 68, or the Wi-Fi password that always worked, no longer works. What you might … Continue reading Gaslighting in the Age of Smart Home Technology
Source: Darlene Lancer Narcissists (someone with Narcissistic Personality Disorder) and codependents are usually considered opposites, but surprisingly, though their outward behavior may differ, they share many psychological traits. In fact, narcissists exhibit core codependent symptoms of shame, denial, control, dependency (unconscious), and dysfunctional communication and boundaries, all leading to intimacy problems. One study showed a … Continue reading Narcissists are Codependent, Too.
Contributed by R.L. Maizes, the author of WE LOVE ANDERSON COOPER Source: Adrianne Mathiowetz In the four years we’d had her, I never doubted the devotion of my cat, Arie. She had always lain on my chest, kneading my flesh as I petted her. I reveled in the deeply affectionate sound of her idling motor. I’m … Continue reading Rachel Maizes: When Your Cat Falls for Your Partner
Do you ever feel like you're taking on someone else's problem as your own? I was recently talking to a close friend about how she's been doing. When asked this question, she responded with, "this last month has been absolute hell." She proceeded to tell me about how two of her close friends were struggling with … Continue reading 5 Steps to Better Emotional Boundaries