App Helps Trace Calls But Does it Send the Wrong Message to Your Spouse?

BY: - 15 Mar '13 | On the Web

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Curious about that number that keeps popping up on your spouse’s cell phone? Apparently, much like everything else you can think of, there’s an app for that.  Privacy Star is marketed as a mobile security app that can assist you with your telemarketer woes but apparently is much more than that. It might help you find out what your spouse is up to.

“With just two clicks, you’ll have access to the name and location associated with the number. The software performs daily “smart searches” to map data so most frequently used “telemarketers” or “bill collectors” will pop right up when searched. The app will also help you block the numbers, report them as “spam” or file an FTC complaint. Apps like PrivacyStar are hotter than ever and you see many of them dominating download charts. Other popular picks with similar features include Mr. Number, Number Guru and TrueCaller.”

When used for investigating your spouse’s actions, apps like this pose a bigger question — Do you trust the person you are committed to? Although for some couples going through each other’s phone, email, and social media accounts is a normal occurrence for others it is a breech of privacy and suggests a lack of trust. For more on this visit Essence.

BMWK — What are your thoughts on this? Does having this kind of app send the wrong message to your spouse?

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Work Out Now So You Can “Work It” in the Bedroom Later

BY: - 15 Mar '13 | Lifestyle

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Are you aware of the correlation between exercise and your love life? According to Femista Jones, “You can experience increases in both your libido and stamina if you incorporate regular exercise into your normal routine.”

As referenced in the Ebony article, according to the Office of Minority Health, 80% of women and 70% of men are overweight. With regards to the African American population 49% of adults are considered obese. While a significant amount of attention is given to heart disease and diabetes that tend to be associated with poor physical health and/or obesity, there isn’t as much focus on the role it has when it comes to intimacy. Femista Jones notes being overweight might affect self confidence. In turn it might be harder to connect on a more intimate level.

There is a possibility that If you aren’t feeling good about your appearance or feeling physically healthy you may be more likely to distance yourself from your spouse in an effort to avoid intimacy. Instead of further distancing yourself or feeling uncomfortable in the bedroom consider making changes to your diet, including eating foods that are known aphrodisiacs, and incorporating exercise in your daily life. For more on this story visit Ebony.

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