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People with obsessive compulsive disorder live day to day with anxiety and obsessive thoughts. But once they learn to conquer their thoughts and actions, they can live more successfully after treatment than they did prior to the condition on-setting.
Being a night owl isn't a curse, even though it feels like it is sometimes.
Empaths, highly sensitive people, and introverts are all easily stimulated by the outside world, but there are a few distinct differences between them. Here's what sets them apart.
Your handwriting reveals much more than you might imagine. There's a whole science behind analyzing handwriting for personality traits called graphology, which has been around since the days of Aristotle.
Sociopaths and psychopaths have many similarities, such as a lack of compassion and empathy. But there is one characteristic that separates them.
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.
It can feel like all narcissists are cut from the same cloth, because they act in such similar patterns. Here are some of the most common things you'll hear them utter, and in what stages of a relationship to expect them.
A study found that psychopathic traits such as recklessness, a lack of empathy, and manipulation may only be tolerable by other people with dark personalities.
Procrastinators and doers have different brains — here’s how you can find the benefit in all those times you get distracted
The way to tackle procrastination is to design it. If you're going to get distracted anyway, you may as well do something worthwhile with your time.
Psychopaths may not be as useful in leadership as you think — and women are often punished for dark traits while men are rewarded
According to a new study, having psychopathic traits may not be as much of an advantage in leadership as we've come to believe. Also, men seem to succeed when showing these traits while women are more likely to be discouraged.