Are you tethered to your phone for what seems like every waking hour? Laci and Tara examine what kind of damage you could be doing to your social life.
Is all of the texting we do burying the language as we know it? If ur all idk, prob could b! Ross Everett pops in to DNews to tell grammar nerds far and wide if all hope is lost.
Sex and alcohol both make us feel good, but one of them is a bit of a liar in the long run. Trace explains which is the deceiver, and what each does to couples' communication skills.
We've all been there. Someone says something and them whooosh! Drop. Dead. Silence. What happens to the poor speaker of the words that caused the silence, as the agonizing dearth of noise unfolds?
When it comes to how we see ourselves, our perception is just a bit off. We don't know how to gauge how assertive we're being with others, and we think we're better looking than we really are. Laci looks at why we fail to see ourselves clearly.
It turns out that not only are we bad AT flirting but we're also terrible at even noticing when we're being flirted WITH. So says a new study that looked at the sad state communication between flirters and flirtees. Trace has the details.
We've always suspected that people who pick up languages easily are smarter than the rest of us, but does this hold up to scientific scrutiny?
Trace reports on some new studies about glad-handing, and how a handshake can reveal your age, level of education, and other handy details.
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