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    33 People Who Hilariously Won 2017

    December 16th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Shannon Rosenberg

    “This morning’s sleep crust I’m rubbing out of my eyes is 100% apple pie.”

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    29 Real Stories Of What It’s Like To Live With PMDD

    December 16th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Lara Parker

    As someone who lives with this condition, I can say that there's not a ton of awareness or knowledge around it. I can also say that it isn't your average, run-of-the-mill PMS. Oh, and I can let you know that it consistently makes my life more difficult every month. In other words, IT'S A REAL BITCH TO DEAL WITH.

    “Living with PMDD is almost like being two different people.”

    For those of you who don’t know — PMDD, according to the Gia Allemand Foundation, is a hormone-based mood disorder with symptoms arising several days before the menstrual cycle and lasting until the period actually begins. The NIH and Mayo Clinic define PMDD as a disabling, severe form/extension of PMS.

    While some of the symptoms of PMS and PMDD may overlap, PMDD is a diagnosable psychiatric disorder and PMS is not.

    Some common symptoms of PMDD can include:

    • Feelings of extreme sadness or despair
    • Feelings of tension or anxiety
    • Panic attacks and/or mood swings
    • Lasting irritability or anger that affects other people
    • Lack of interest in daily activities and relationships
    • Trouble thinking or focusing
    • Tiredness or low-energy
    • Trouble sleeping
    • Feeling out of control
    • Physical symptoms — such as bloating, breast tenderness, headaches, and joint or muscle pain

    As someone who lives with this condition, I can say that there’s not a ton of awareness or knowledge around it. I can also say that it isn’t your average, run-of-the-mill PMS. Oh, and I can let you know that it consistently makes my life more difficult every month. In other words, IT’S A REAL BITCH TO DEAL …read more

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    21 Ways To Be A Little More OK In 2018

    December 16th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Anna Borges

    Make some boundaries for how you consume the news, PLEASE.

    We’ll get through it…right?

    I don’t know about you, but I feel like I’m dragging myself into 2018 only by the sheer force of will. To help you brace for yet another year probably a lot like this one, we rounded up some of the best mental health tips we reported this year, both from experts and BuzzFeed Community members, as well things BuzzFeed employees have found helpful. Obviously, nothing is better than professional care, but hey. Maybe a few of these will help.

    Make some boundaries for how you consume the news, PLEASE.

    You can’t stay up-to-date on everything. You just can’t. You’ll burn out and be miserable. Set a time boundary for how long you can scroll, don’t read the news in certain places, disable push notifications, uninstall certain apps and only check news on desktop, read digests/newsletters that sum up the day for you, or WHATEVER YOU NEED TO DO. Just make sure you have *some* rule that will work for you.

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    Or curate your social media experience by following a bunch of accounts that are extremely your shit.

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    10 Disease Outbreaks From 2017 You Really Need To Know About

    December 15th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Caroline Kee

    Cholera hit Yemen hard.

    This year was FULL of surprises. Some of them were disease outbreaks — including the plague (yes, the plague). Here’s what you need to know.

    [Editor’s note: The numbers listed reflect the most recent data available from the World Health Organization (WHO), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and country Ministries of Health. The true total number of cases and deaths for each disease in 2017 may be higher.]

    Cholera hit Yemen hard.

    Cholera epidemics have been a problem throughout history, but this year there were several outbreaks that sparked global concern. Cholera is caused by ingesting food or water contaminated with the bacterium Vibrio cholerae. It can cause severe watery diarrhea and dehydration, and kill within hours if left untreated. However, many people have mild or no symptoms and recover with supportive care and treatment with oral rehydration solutions. The disease is highly contagious and spreads rapidly in areas with poor sewage infrastructure and inadequate hygiene.

    The largest cholera outbreak this year occurred in Yemen, and since the outbreak began in October there have been 862,858 suspected cases and 2,177 deaths — but those numbers are expected to rise before the year …read more

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    Share Your Best Tips For Improving Your Sex Life

    December 15th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Anna Borges

    Learning what you like ~sexually~ and developing a healthy relationship with your sexuality is a process.

    Share how you’ve upped your sex game ~physically and mentally~.

    Learning what you like ~sexually~ and developing a healthy relationship with your sexuality is a process.

    It takes time, and might even take a little trial and error.

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    So we want to know: What have you done or learned that has had a big positive impact on your sex life or your relationship with your sexuality?

    So we want to know: What have you done or learned that has had a big positive impact on your sex life or your relationship with your sexuality?

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    Maybe you heard a specific or unusual sex tip that has changed the game.

    Maybe you heard a specific or unusual sex tip that has changed the game.

    Like, something that made you say, “WHY DIDN’T I LEARN THAT IN SEX ED?”

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    Maybe you finally knocked out that yes/no/maybe list with your partner and learned a lot about what you’re curious about.

    <img src="https://img.buzzfeed.com/buzzfeed-static/static/2017-12/11/14/asset/buzzfeed-prod-fastlane-02/anigif_sub-buzz-23661-1513022302-2.gif" width="268" height="200" alt="Maybe you finally knocked out that …read more

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    27 Celebs Who Got Real About Mental Health In 2017

    December 13th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Anna Borges

    Chrissy Teigen got super real about her experience with postpartum depression.

    “I don’t think I understood how dangerous hopelessness is.”

    Chrissy Teigen got super real about her experience with postpartum depression.

    In an essay for Glamour, she wrote, “I also just didn’t think it could happen to me. I have a great life. I have all the help I could need: John, my mother (who lives with us), a nanny. But postpartum does not discriminate. I couldn’t control it. And that’s part of the reason it took me so long to speak up: I felt selfish, icky, and weird saying aloud that I’m struggling. Sometimes I still do.”

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    Michelle Williams shared that she experienced depression while she was in Destiny’s Child, to the point of feeling suicidal.

    During an appearance on CBS’s The Talk, she said, “When I disclosed it to our manager at the time, bless his heart, he was like, ‘Y’all just signed a multi-million dollar deal and you’re about to go on tour. What do you have to be depressed about?’ So I was like, ‘Oh, maybe I’m just tired.'”

    She continued, “I was to …read more

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    7 BDSM Horror Story “Would You Rather” Questions That Will Trip You Up

    December 12th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Anthony Rivas

    TBH, there’s no way you’re getting out of this unscathed.

    “I’ve been in the scene for nearly six years now. When I discovered that I was a sadist, I quickly became obsessed with caning and bought a pair of rattan canes to use. I was practicing with them by whacking them against my bed, testing force and durability, when the super thin one I was using whipped up and smacked the shit out of my face. Many curse words later I had a black-and-blue streak right across my cheek and eye that lasted for about two weeks.”

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    “One time during a session with my dom he was whipping me fairly hard while I had a bit gag in my mouth. I started to bite down and one of my teeth broke. Needless to say I didn’t care to continue after that.”

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    “I was in a long-distance relationship at the time, so when we were together, we went crazy. We bought a new set of restraints from a …read more

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    15 Ways To Actually Start To Like Exercise This Year

    December 11th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Sally Tamarkin

    Use your treadmill time to watch something fun and/or educational.

    Working out can actually be fun (allegedly).

    And they were full of interesting experiences and tips.

    Here’s what they said:

    Use your treadmill time to watch something fun and/or educational.

    I used to do 5K’s and 10K’s but really wanted to challenge myself to half and full marathons. This meant my normal treadmill workouts in the winter would be around 2.5-4 hours which can get really boring really quickly. So I started to stream anime movies with subtitles and teach myself how to speak and understand Japanese. I am now at the point one year later where I can listen to the shows and know what is going on. Kills two birds with one stone!

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    Try roller derby (or another team sport).

    Try roller derby (or another team sport).

    I joined the freshmeat course at my local roller derby league. Roller derby is tough and challenging and requires you to be quite fit, but it is also super rewarding, fun, and totally worth the bruises. Plus it’s a social sport so if you don’t like the gym because it can be a …read more

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    Literally Just 315 Lower-Carb Recipes To Bookmark For Later

    December 10th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Shannon Rosenberg

    Before you start, here's a quick reminder of what a carbohydrate is.

    Delicious breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snack options, from all over the internet, that you’ll definitely want to try.

    Before you start, here’s a quick reminder of what a carbohydrate is.

    Carbs are one of the three macronutrients — the other two being protein and fat — and they’re our body’s main source of energy. There are also two types: complex carbs and simple carbs. The difference is that complex carbs (sweet potatoes, lentils, beans, etc.) will keep you full for much longer than simple carbs (fruit, juice, and candy) because simple carbs are easily digested and turned into energy at a faster pace than complex ones.

    We’ve shared lots of great lower-carb recipes over the years, so we decided to gather a bunch of our most delicious roundups here in one place for you — you can either read them now or bookmark them for later.

    All right, enjoy!

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    For some options that are great for when you’re starting out on your lower-carb journey:

    For some options that are great for when you're starting out on your lower-carb journey:

    Get …read more

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    Here’s What You Should Do When You Feel A Cold Coming On

    December 9th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Caroline Kee

    We've all felt that impending sense of doom when we realize a cold is coming.

    Winter is coming, and so is the common cold. Here’s what to do when you start feeling like you’re getting sick.

    We’ve all felt that impending sense of doom when we realize a cold is coming.

    Maybe your nose is a little runny or your throat is tighter than normal — either way, you know a cold is coming and you can’t seem to stop it.

    The common cold is a viral infection of your nose and throat that can be caused by many different types of viruses. It’s usually pretty harmless and goes away, but it definitely doesn’t feel that way — symptoms include a runny nose, congestion, coughing, sneezing, and even a low-grade fever. Simply put, colds suck.

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    So what’s actually the best thing to do when you already feel yourself getting sick with a cold?

    So what's actually the best thing to do when you already feel yourself getting sick with a cold?

    Obviously, you want to do whatever you can to prevent the cold from getting any worse and help your body recover so you can get back …read more

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