A huge red flag is when a significant other isolates their partner from their loved ones. Being the only person there for them makes it hard for people to leave an abusive relationship. It is all more complicated if it involves children. If you or your friend are struggling with this, make sure they know […] More
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Not every city or town is as thriving as other. Either poor city planning, the natural habitat isn't the most livable, or it just seems straight up sketchy.

Whatever the case may be, no one seems to have gone to these place on purpose, it just kind of happened.

We went to Ask Reddit to hear about the worst places people have ever been.

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There is so much to know and see and learn from being on the web. The amount of apps and sites to visit is endless. And so much traffic is overrun by nonsense that lead to red herrings on ways to spend a good life. T

That is why it is so important to share the places we should see that don't have enough spotlight. More often than not we're missing the best the web has to offer. So let's talk amongst ourselves.

Redditor u/SauloJr wanted to shine a light on a few online sites that need some worthy attention, by asking:

What useful unknown website do you wish more people knew about?
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Why are Americans so stubborn in our behaviors when we travel? Would you go into a stranger's home and just put your feet up on the coffee table? Apparently the answer for many of you is yes.

When I am preparing for foreign travel I do a ton of research first. I want to make sure I know as much as I can, as to have the safest and most enjoyable experience possible. I also want to understand customs and the culture as to not be rude or leave a lasting bad impression.

And from the sounds of it, I'm an American minority on this topic.

Redditor u/Bugginette wanted Americans to listen up so that the next time we travel, we leave a better impression. So they inquired:

Non Americans of Reddit, what is the weirdest thing you have seen an American tourist do that would be considered very disrespectful/inappropriate in your country?
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