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Psychologist explains why lockdown could be a positive for relationships

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A psychologist who has worked on Love Island and Big Brother in the past has revealed why she reckons the COVID-19 pandemic could actually help strengthen our i

Psychologist explains why lockdown could be a positive for relationships

By Mirror | 1 year ago

Psychologist reveals why we kiss with our eyes closed

Psychologist reveals why we kiss with our eyes closed

Unless you are really not feeling it or constantly vigilant, much like sneezing, kissing is nigh on impossible to with your eyes open.

Mirror | 5 years ago

Children with learning disorders are otherwise normal, experts affirm

We all remember how school worked for most of us; every weakness was punishable. Words like ‘six of the best’ still ring in our mind when we remember some teachers and also what failing in any test translated to.

Irvin Jalang’o | 5 years ago

Group of biologists identify specific body parts where women and men enjoy being touched

If you struggle to know when it is appropriate to give someone a hug or even simply pat them on the arm, help is at hand.

Daily Mail | 5 years ago

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