Dating 411

September 24th, 2012

LPTrendsRelationships –  Looking For Love? It isn’t rocket science, but it is science. The Chemistry Blog by TED Talk speaker Dr. Helen Fisher is a publication of Match.com, the world’s online dating pioneer. Chemistry.com provides singles with research articles, Top 10 Cities … Continue reading

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Ape Girl – Birth Order, Baseball and Pornography?

September 19th, 2012
birth order pic

LPTrendsBody - Ape Girl – Sex, evolution and birth order Author Catherine Salmon, Ph.D. writes the Ape Girl blog for Psychology Today, in which she shares her research – on birth order and the family, reproductive suppression and dieting behavior, and … Continue reading

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Purple Carrot Is Your New Best Friend

August 20th, 2012
Chris Pedersen

LPTrendsAuthors. Chris Pedersen. Making the minds and bodies of kids as healthy and powerful as they can be is the intentional human pursuit of this brilliant writer. Through innovative mobile apps, unique reading experiences that kids love as much as parents, … Continue reading

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You Can’t Outrun A Bear

August 8th, 2012
What's your bear story?

LPTrendsOldSchoolLessons: Lions and tigers and bears, oh my. A True, Fictional Story by Tracy Saville A lizard, a bear, and a priest walk into to a bar, single file, and the lizard, who then passes by a mirror, realizes he is … Continue reading

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Getting It Done (Arrows in the Dark)

August 6th, 2012
Shooting arrows in the dark can yield some interesting quarry.

LPTrendsAuthors & Getting It Done: Kathryn Mattingly. Doing the best we can with our immediate circumstances is a little like shooting arrows in the dark sometimes. You have no idea where they will land, but you hope occasionally one will … Continue reading

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Stage 4: A Real Pain In The Neck

July 23rd, 2012
Peter Hamblin Oakes

LPTrendsPeople: Pete Hamblin Oakes. Filmmaker, entrepreneur, producer who is about to change the world, and a man who was just diagnosed with Stage IV Squamous Cell Carcinoma in his neck and head. I spoke to him today as he underwent his first round of … Continue reading

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Family Glue

June 7th, 2012

#LPTrendsFamily: Kathryn Mattingly does it not just again with Family Glue, but with stunning humor, insight, and candor. LPMag is so lucky to have this extraordinary voice… Family is the glue that holds us together. This is good to remember … Continue reading

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Connecting – Don’t Forget the Small Stuff

June 4th, 2012
The Qualley Family, Circa mid 1930's

#LPTrendsFamily: Despite becoming exceedingly connected via technology, families today are challenged to stay connected amidst the clutter of daily schedules and obligations. From early morning until we close our eyes to sleep, we shuttle our kids to school, sports, play … Continue reading

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