Does Social Media Cause Breakups?

We had mental health and relationship expert Dr. Jeff Gardere stop by the program to talk to us about what to do if you’re obsessing over an ex. His new program is called Exaholics (www.exaholics.com), and it’s an online community designed to help people get through their breakups. Does Social Media Cause Breakups? In our chat together, Dr. Jeff cautions

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Jubilant Iranians Celebrate The Nuclear Deal On Social Media

Iran and six world powers announced on Tuesday they have reached a historic agreement for the future of Tehran’s controversial nuclear program. The deal comes after months of contentious negotiations, and will curb Iran’s nuclear capabilities in exchange for relief from crippling sanctions. Jubilant Iranians living at home and abroad took to social media in the wake of the announcement

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Fusion’s Alicia Menendez: Do You Feel Like A Pooping Onion?

Fusion host Alicia Menendez had a hilarious rant at the top of “Come Here, Say That” Tuesday. The topic: nonsensical Facebook stickers. “Facebook stickers, they are so weird. What are they trying to say?” Menendez said. “One day, life makes sense. The next, there’s Hamcat.” She rattled off some of the odder decals the social network thinks its users need

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LeBron James Emerges From 2-Month Social Media Blackout

LeBron James went silent on social media on April 18, the day before his team started its turbulent 2015 NBA playoff run. But he finally reemerged more than two months later on Tuesday to thank his kids and his fans for always supporting him, while admitting he has been understandably down since his team fell to the Golden State Warriors

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Former College Gossip Site Founder Creates Anti-Anonymous Social Media App

Matt Ivester rejects almost everything about the website he started and became known for nearly a decade ago. Ivester created JuicyCampus, an anonymous forum college students used to spread gossip about each other, in 2007 as a recent Duke University graduate. The controversial website — which was banned and protested on some campuses, and investigated by state attorneys general —

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