#Trending: Using Social Media to Find Society’s Patterns

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How we interact with each other can often times be viewed in patterns. Social media is letting us completely redefine what it means to experience these trends.

Thoughts on Social Media ‘Unfriending’

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Leo Babauta explains why the act of “unfriending” can actually help your relationships, not hurt them.

The Brilliance Behind the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

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Thomas Fiffer reveals the psychology that has made the Ice Bucket Challenge so wildly successful.

It’s the Permanence of Online Abuse that Makes Cyberbullying so Damaging for Children

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Online bullies know their spite remains online indefinitely, that’s why they do it.

Setting Yourself on Fire … Really?

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A Boy dies participating in the fire challenge, are we now ready to admit it’s not a game?

Is This Going Anywhere?: 5 Signs Your Relationship Is Getting Serious

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Guys, when your lady changes her Facebook relationship status, then you know it’s real.

Social Media Users Won’t Fight Cyberbullying Until they Imagine What it’s Like to be Bullied

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The voice of many drowns out the suffering of a few on social media. But these platforms must do more to reduce cyberbullying.

Sharing The Best Parts of Your Life on Facebook Isn’t Necessarily Deception

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Joanna Schroeder challenges a viral video’s assertion that Facebook is basically a haven for lies and narcissism intended to make people’s lives look perfect.

6 Things Guys Shouldn’t Say on Social Media

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The Mankipedia has some valuable tips about how to be taken seriously on social media.

How To Humiliate Your Ex and Get 30K Followers On Twitter

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Dillan DiGiovanni breaks down precisely how to get 30K followers on twitter.

Dating In The Hook-Up Culture: 10 Weird And Confusing Stages Of The Modern Relationship

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Here’s a Millennial writer’s dark observation and opinion of his generation’s way of ‘dating’.

A Call for Good Men Project Bloggers and Vloggers

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If you have interest in how men are changing in the 21st century, and want the benefits of writing for a large, engaged and growing platform, consider joining The Good Men Project team.

7 Dangerous Apps That Parents Need to Know About

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Kristin Peaks gives parents insight on some of the most dangerous apps on the market available to kids.

Sterling, Sly, and Cooper. White People Who Don’t Like Me.

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The writer has had his heart broken by racist revelations from people who knew better. His question now is, ‘Who’s next?’

At The Tips Of Our Thumbs: How Smartphones And Dating Apps Have Made Cheating Easy

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The scourge of dating? Technology. How do you keep your relationship together in the era of the smartphone? A writer ponders the question.

Can We Evolve Our Sense of Time?

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Douglas Rushkoff is a good guy that wants to help you deal with Now.