That awkward moment when you’re in the middle of a fast-paced text conversation, and you go out on a limb asking to make plans with them and then they stop responding reduces us into a tear-ridden breakdown. Chances are you tell yourself they just got distracted for a sec, but it turns out they was using that time to craft a lie. Read More
Blame your constant craving of likes, shares and comments on the thirsty section of the brain called the nucleus accumbens.
German scientists discovered that the appetite for improving your reputation on Facebook and how you use the social networking site is linked to a reward center in the brain — the same section that also craves more desirable things like booze, sex and financial gain. Read More