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    1. 10 Top Sex Ed Tips for People Age 50 And Older

      10 Top Sex Ed Tips for People Age 50 And Older

      If you think sex is the province of the young, you’re wrong. People in their 20s are having less sex now than ever before, studies show, so it’s possible that you’re as active, or more so, as the average millennial. About a third of us are getting busy several times a week, one survey found.

      And most of us are still in the game: 91 percent of men and 86 percent of women in their 50s report being sexually active, although activity levels vary widely. So, there’s no “normal” amount of sex for people our age. What matters more is that you and your partner are happy with your sex life. Men and women age differently, and some studies indicate that sexual interest wanes differently as well. Combine that with emotional and physical issues, and it’s possible that you and your partner aren’t on ...

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    2. Facebook Officially Changes Its Name to Meta

      Facebook Officially Changes Its Name to Meta

      Facebook, which announced earlier this week that it was looking into changing the name of the company in an attempt to reflect on its building of the metaverse, has officially changed its name to Meta.

      CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced the news late Thursday afternoon.

      “Today we're introducing Meta, which brings together our apps and technologies under a new company brand,” the company said via Twitter, one of the social media platforms that the company does not in fact own or operate.

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    3. Orange County pays high price for bad policing

      Orange County pays high price for bad policing

      The California state government finally is taking seriously the problems of police accountability, with the governor signing bills that expand public access to disciplinary records, create a process for decertifying problem officers and expand de-escalation training. In Orange County, however, it’s a different matter.

      We’ve criticized Sheriff Don Barnes for his nonchalant approach to such issues. For instance, Barnes agreed with the deputies’ union not to punish deputies who refuse to testify under oath. He dismissed an Office of Independent Review report that criticized his department’s use-of-force policies.

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    4. Networking for the Life of Your Business

      Networking for the Life of Your Business

      Smart professionals know that business networking is essential for their success. They are active in select groups and organizations where they consistently participate and build relationships with other members. And the most successful entrepreneurs plan for, and are committed to, long-term networking for the life of their business. It’s a Marathon, Not a Sprint Networking […]

      The post Networking for the Life of Your Business appeared first on Dr. Ivan Misner®.

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    5. A Psychiatrist's Tip To Overcome Boredom In Relationships

      A Psychiatrist's Tip To Overcome Boredom In Relationships

      If you're in a long-term, committed relationship, chances are you know your partner super well. Like, I can finish their sentences well. This is not a bad thing—a stable, healthy relationship is one that's built on mutual understanding and trust. But according to positive psychiatrist Samantha Boardman, M.D., author of Everyday Vitality, this predictability can breed boredom, sometimes even resentment: 'We have this almost conceit that we know exactly how they're going to behave in a given situation,' she says on the mindbodygreen podcast.

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    6. Dishing up hot meals, dignity to O.C.'s neediest residents -

      Dishing up hot meals, dignity to O.C.'s neediest residents -

      As Orange County entered the long stretch of the COVID-19 pandemic last summer, a contingent of nonprofit organizations, restaurants, philanthropists and volunteers teamed up to provide fresh, hot meals to residents whose food options were scarce.

      Delivering With Dignity Orange County created a framework where donors raised funds to pay $6 per meal to independent restaurants, who took turns boxing up goods for an army of volunteer delivery drivers.

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    7. Why Networking Matters… Still

      Why Networking Matters… Still

      Networking. A word that can summon fear into even the most resilient of entrepreneurial hearts. However, little else can grow your business as powerfully as networking can. At its core, networking is the process of building relationships. Over time, these relationships will reveal interesting and worthwhile opportunities for you. But, and it’s a serious caveat to consider, networking does not happen once and then you’re done. To network effectively, you need to commit.

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    8. Travel Tips For Your Post-Vaccination Memorial Day Weekend : NPR

      Travel Tips For Your Post-Vaccination Memorial Day Weekend : NPR

      Millions of Americans are grabbing a quick getaway this Memorial Day weekend, now that COVID-19 cases are down and vaccination rates are up.

      And while the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says those who are vaccinated can go ahead and embrace those #shotgirlsummer vibes, there are some things you should keep in mind as you hit the road — including the fact that the seven-day average of new U.S. COVID-19 cases is still hovering around 24,000 infections per day, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University, and 50% of the population hasn't been vaccinated.

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    9. CDC relaxes distance requirements in schools from 6 to 3 feet

      CDC relaxes distance requirements in schools from 6 to 3 feet

      The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Friday relaxed physical distancing requirements for children in school, from 6 feet to 3 feet — a change aimed at allowing more students to be inside classrooms.

      The recommendations come with a few caveats. Masks remain mandatory, and teachers and other adult school staff must still adhere to the 6 feet guidelines.

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    10. How to Deal with Avoidant Personality in Romantic Relationships

      How to Deal with Avoidant Personality in Romantic Relationships

      If you try to create and sustain a romantic relationship with someone who has an avoidant personality, or the full-blown personality disorder known as Avoidant Personality Disorder, the experience can be extremely frustrating and unsatisfying unless certain conditions are met. Those conditions will be discussed later, but first, it's important to cite the symptoms of this challenging personality style. 

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    11. 15 Tips to Improve the Way People Think of You in the Office (According to a Psychologist)

      15 Tips to Improve the Way People Think of You in the Office (According to a Psychologist)

      In 1978, the expert Marilyn Loden coined the term " glass ceiling" to describe the unequal employment situation that makes it more difficult for women to climb the job market. Forty years later, the term is still in force in an environment in which even having women in managerial or senior management positions implies greater effort.

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    12. The pandemic is showing us which friendships are worth keeping

      The pandemic is showing us which friendships are worth keeping

      Before the pandemic, Sherilyn Carlton’s family was so accustomed to her friends popping by the house that her youngest child used to ask: “Mommy, who’s coming over today?”

      So Carlton, a 47-year-old corporate coach in Battle Ground, Wash., is the kind of person you might expect to have a tough time with social distancing. In the Before Times, Carlton would flit from a run with a friend to lunch or coffee with another pal; ferry her kids to and from basketball practice; and in the evening might host a writing group at her home.

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    13. Apple Reveals $100 Million Plan to Combat Racism

      Apple Reveals $100 Million Plan to Combat Racism

      has launched a new initiative to battle racism and push forward “racial equity” across the U.S. In a press release, the company revealed several new projects that will be part of its Racial Equity and Justice Initiative.

      The $100 million initiative aims to dismantle "systemic barriers" to opportunity and fighting injustices faced by communities of color.

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