It's easy to overeat at Christmas. Expected, even. I mean, you've been given permission - it's officially a feast time.
And as you lounge about watching TV, you're inner monologue goes 'Just one more Chocolate, and then I'll stop. Definitely, this time. Mmm...that was yummy.... ok, one more, then that's it...'
*Article originally posted on JaneTravis.com
This was a Girls Night Out that had been months in the planning.
Spirits, along with heels, hems and hair, were high. The collective volume - also high.
Let's take a look at two of the girls in the group:
On the night out there are a pair of identical twins: for this experiment I'll call them 'Twin A' and 'Twin B'.They're totally identical - hair, height, weight but also have a similar character.
Twin A is having the time of her life. She is chatting, laughing, dancing, smiling and flirting.
Twin B looks very uncomfortable. She stays in her seat, avoids eye contact and self consciously pulls at her clothes.
What's making their behaviour so different?Read more...