How to Deal with a Narcissist, and Other Weekend Reads

How to Deal with a Narcissist, and Other Weekend Reads

by Helen Lamanna,

Here are this week's reading diversions for your personal enlightenment. Have an excellent weekend!

7 Mistakes You’re Making With Your Scrambled Eggs | Runner's World

Eggs, of course, are one of the Best Foods for Runners. And like spaghetti and PB&J, scrambled eggs are one of those incredibly simple dishes that everyone knows how to make...right?


Eating More Eggs Could Keep Your Eyes Healthy

Macular degeneration is a condition that leads to blurred vision and even blindness. Turns out eggs may be the key to keeping your eyes healthy


How to Boost Your 'Happy Hormones'

Hormones and neurotransmitters moderate our feelings of well-being, and lifestyle factors affect them. Here are five of the main hormones and neurotransmitters, plus ways to boost them. However, if you feel consistently unhappy, see your doctor.


How To Deal With A Narcissist: 5 Secrets Backed By Research | Observer

Narcissists are more likely to become leaders and narcissists who obsessively work hard are more likely to get promoted. But the stuff that works for them so well in the short term proves lethal in the long term.


Doctor’s Orders: Know the Signs of Male Menopause | | Observer

Lost your get up and go? It could be the result of male menopause.


7 Unexpected Benefits You Get From Eating Bananas

Bananas are a great source of tryptophan which is a chemical that when released into the blood stream, converts into the feel good hormone, serotonin. When we have good serotonin levels our overall mood and stress levels are much better.


7 Kitchen Tricks That Will Change the Way You Eat Carbs Forever | LIVESTRONG.COM

Cooking pasta for less time not only gives back minutes to your day, it also helps to keep your blood sugars in check. Cooking al dente (meaning “firm to the bite”) gives pasta a lower GI compared to cooking pasta until it’s soft. Even better yet, make it whole-grain pasta!


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