Ponytails may look stylish, but they can really make your head hurt! Real fam, do you avoid the pony or suffer through the headache?
Boy Band Takeover! W/Joey Fatone, Nick Carter, Johnny Gill, Ralph Tresvant, Lance Bass, Nick Lachey
These musical heartthrobs dominated music charts and the stage back in the ’80s and ‘90s. We’ve got the best of the boybands in the house — members of Backstreet Boys, NSYNC, 98 Degrees and New Edition are here! Featuring Joey Fatone, Nick Carter, Johnny Gill, Ralph Tresvant, Lance Bass and Nick Lachey.
Facts or Intuition: Which One Do You Trust More?
How do you really know whether it’s your gut telling you something or if it’s past trauma blurring your thinking? We weigh in on learning the difference between your intuition guiding you and your trauma misleading you.
THE RZA Talks ‘Wu-Tang: An American Saga,’ Rerecording Racist Ice Cream Truck Jingle
Hip-hop legend and actor THE RZA joins us to dish about the second season of “Wu-Tang: An American Saga.” He also shares how music was like “medicine” during the pandemic and opens up about his decision to rerecord the Good Humor ice cream truck jingle after the song had been paired with racist lyrics in the past.
Does This Make Me Clingy? Revealing What Our Attachment Styles Say About Us!
Could it be true that our attachment styles were formed based on our early caregiving relationships? We want to know: When it comes to your significant other, what are some tell-tale signs of being overly clingy?
Are There Any Benefits to Faking It Until You Make It?
“Fake it until you make it” sounds good, but what happens when you’ve been faking it for so long that you start to believe the hype? We’re diving into an article that suggests faking only works when you correctly identify the person you want to become and change the way you feel and think about yourself.
‘We Read You!’ Turning YOUR Comments into a Dramatic Read
Think we don’t see those borderline petty but equally hilarious comments you make on social media? Think again! We take the good with the bad and revisit an old favorite in “We Read You!”