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These are the main strengths a narcissist will try to target in you, and how you can protect yourself
It's a common misconception that psychologically abusive people, such as narcissists, target weak and vulnerable people. In reality, they go after people with certain strengths.
A psychopath's pupils don't dilate what they see something scary, as they don't tend to feel threatened when the rest of us do.
We often feel overwhelmed by negative emotions like shame, guilt, and jealousy, but it doesn't have to be that way.
Turns out nobody knows how long a conversation should last, and we keep talking way longer than we actually want to
We have no idea what someone else is thinking, so we tend to second-guess how long they want a conversation to last. Usually, we've got it wrong.
What it means to be a type A, B, C, or D personality — and how to find the strength in whatever you are
One of the most common personality labels is whether you're a type A, B, C, or D. They are fairly useful indicators for the kind of person you are, according to psychologist Perpetua Neo, but it might not be clear-cut whether you're one or the other.
An enabler is someone who sits back and watches someone else's destruction because it's easier — be it addiction, abuse, or other dangerous habit.
Smile and the whole world smiles with you, the saying goes. So I tried smiling all day to see if it had any impact on my mood.
Breaking up with someone in a toxic relationship is hard, but it isn't impossible. Here are 7 positive lessons you learn when you leave an abusive relationship behind.
Some people so naturally in tune with the art of flirting they can pick someone up wherever they are. For everyone else, here's how to flirt in five different languages.
If you collect books and never read them, you might have what the Japanese call 'tsundoku.' The term describes someone who owns a lot of unread books.