Fear of Speaking Up May Endanger Your Heart Health

Women who remain silent to avoid conflict may be at increased risk for cardiovascular disease and other health issues.

Most of us can remember our first crush—the awkwardness of being attracted to someone and not knowing how to act or what to say. As the years pass, and we gain experience in relationships, communication usually improves, and the ability to express our feelings gets easier. For a multitude of reasons, some adults are never […]
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