New York, Feb. 7 : A woman who has cheated on her husband or boyfriend will be dealing with the destructive aftermath and feeling extremely guilty.
Heartbreak expert Marina Pearson has given five steps, which women can follow to get over their affair guilt.
Firstly, the woman should forgive herself for having an affair, because if they don't do this they won't be able to live in peace or bring proper happiness to anyone else around them, the Huffington Post reported.
Another way for the woman to get over their affair guilt is that they practice acceptance, they have to accept that they had an affair and they did cause a lot of suffering.
New York, Feb 7 : Since everyone navigates singledom differently, a dating website in the US has helped shed more light on what the single life entails.
Match. com's 3rd annual "Singles In America" survey, conducted in association with biological anthropologist Dr. Helen Fisher and Kinsey Institute, evolutionary biologist Dr. Justin R. Garcia, polled 5,000 single men and women and over 1,000 married individuals about sex and relationships.
The participants, who were not drawn from Match. com's member pool but instead represent a national representative sample, answered over 200 questions each.
New York, Feb. 7 : Fans of the iconic game Monopoly have retired iron as a token and have replaced it with a cat, toy maker Hasbro Inc. announced on Wednesday.
The results were announced after the shoe, wheelbarrow and iron were neck and neck for elimination in the final hours of voting, which sparked passionate efforts by fans to save their favourite pieces, and by businesses eager to capitalize on publicity surrounding tokens that represent their products, the New York Daily News reported.
The voting on Facebook closed just before midnight on Tuesday, marking the first time that fans have had a say on the replacement of the token.
New York, Feb 6 : From giving your partner a gym membership to the newfound horror that is the "Fifty Shades of Grey" toy set, these are certain Valentine's Day gifts that can pretty much guarantee the end of your relationship.
According to the Huffington Post, one such gift are sex checks. The description boasts, "Who says money can't buy you love?" which we're pretty sure was the original slogan for prostitution.
Another is a gym membership. Everyone wants a gym membership, but no one wants to be told they need one.
New York, Feb. 6 : Japan's superstar competitive eater Takeru Kobayashi wolfed down an entire Domino's pizza in less than 60 seconds in his own halftime Super Bowl show on Sunday.
The surprisingly slim 34-year-old ate the fast food in front of cheering frat boys in the party, the New York Daily reported.
Kobayashi was reportedly paid 1,500 dollars for his performance.
The footage posted on YouTube shows the Japan native folding the pizza slices into bite-size chunks and then washing them down with water.
New York, Feb. 5 : Cultural stereotypes inform that it's mostly men who cheat on their wives or girlfriends and not the other way around, but clinical research details that nearly as many women cheat as their counterpart.
Women who step out on their husband or their significant other, do so for any number of reasons, the five most common of which are:
Firstly, the woman must feel that she is underappreciated, neglected, or ignored, the Huffington Post reported.
A woman who felt more like a housekeeper, financial provider, or nanny than a wife or girlfriend is more susceptible to finding an external situation, which brings attention and appreciation for who she is rather than the functions that she performs.
New York, Feb 5 : A woman from Upper West Side, has filed a lawsuit claiming that she was meditating after her regular yoga class when she opened her eyes and discovered a maintenance man at the studio pleasuring himself two feet away from her.
Her suit against Equinox said that after Keiko Herskovitz saw the man masturbating, she was quick to respond "What are you doing?"
According to papers filed in Manhattan Supreme Court, the man quickly covered himself with a yoga blanket and ran out of the room in the alleged incident that happened on January 26, the New York Daily News reported.
New York, Feb 5 : Felix Baumgartner, the first man to break the sound barrier in a freefall, was faster than he or anyone else thought during his 24-mile free fall from the edge of the space.
The Austrian parachutist known as "Fearless Felix" reached 843.6 mph, according to the official numbers released.
That's equivalent to Mach 1.25, or 1.25 times the speed of sound, the New York Daily News reports.
According to the report, his top speed initially was estimated last October at 834 mph, or Mach 1.24.
New York, Feb 4 : Michelle Obama was among the millions, who stuck around on Sunday to watch Beyonce perform at the half time of Super Bowl XLVII.
The First Lady -- who dined on Chesapeake crab cakes in honor of Baltimore and San Francisco cioppino stew with sourdough toast during the big game, according to White House pool reports -- tweeted her excitement about the singer's halftime show.
"Watching the #SuperBowl with family and friends. @beyonce was phenomenal! I am so proud of her! -mo," the Huffington Post quoted her as writing.
New York, Feb. 2 : U. S. stocks surged Friday on generally positive economic data, gaining for a fifth straight week, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average closing above 14,000, not seen since Oct. 12,
Wall Street started Friday''s trading on a strong note, following a best performing month since 2011 October, with the Dow jumping 5.8 percent and Standard & Poor''s 500-stock Index climbing 5.0 percent.
New York, Feb 1 - Jose Francisco de Goya's portrait of his grandson went unsold Thursday in an auction of works by Old Masters at Sotheby's New York.
The highest bid for "Portrait of Mariano Goya", was $5.5 million, short of the undisclosed reserve price.
The piece, painted in 1827 by an 81-year-old Goya, was expected to sell for $6 million to $8 million.
Not seen in public for 60 years, the painting was the "most beautiful" of the works on sale Thursday, Sotheby's Christopher Apostle told EFE, adding that the piece's "sensitivity and simplicity" reflect the character of Goya.
This is not the first time an important Goya painting has failed to sell at auction. The "Portrait of Juan Lopez de Robredo" found no takers in a late 2011 sale at Christie's in London.
New York, Feb 1 : A former Indian American employee of Galleon Group, who played a key role in the conviction of hedge fund billionaire Raj Rajaratnam for insider trading, has been sentenced to one year in prison.
Federal district judge Jed S. Rakoff Thursday also ordered Roomy Khan, 54, to serve three years of probation and pay $1.525 million in restitution, money she made by trading on confidential information about Google and Hilton Hotels among others.
New York, Jan 31 : Inside the American intelligence community, some officials are quietly hoping that North Korea's nuclear test takes place, as it could give them their first real view in years into whether the isolated nation has made significant progress toward a weapon that could threaten the US or its allies, a report has said.
Since the North's last test, in 2009, during US President Barack Obama's first months in office, America has lost much of its visibility into what a former senior intelligence official says is on the cusp of becoming a "runaway program."
New York, Jan. 31 : Labrador Retriever beat out competition from German Shepherd to emerge as most popular dog in the US for the 22nd straight year, the American Kennel Club has announced.
According to the AKC top 10 list released on Wednesday, the Golden Retriever came at third place and the Beagle came in at fourth position, the New York Post reported.
AKC spokeswoman Lisa Peterson said that larger breeds dominated the "pint-sized, portable pooch."
The rest of the pack: Bulldog, Yorkshire Terrier, Boxer, Poodle, Rottweiler and Dachshund. (ANI)
New York, Jan 31 : The New York Times has revealed that over the last four months, it has been repeatedly attacked by Chinese hackers, trying to infiltrate its computer systems and get passwords for its reporters and other employees.
The timing of the attacks coincided with the reporting for a Times investigation, published online on October 25, that found that the relatives of Wen Jiabao, China's prime minister, had accumulated a fortune worth several billion dollars through business dealings.