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We often feel overwhelmed by negative emotions like shame, guilt, and jealousy, but it doesn't have to be that way.
People have reported vivid dreams during the coronavirus pandemic. A sleep expert says both world events and people's schedules could explain it.
Anxiety disorders exist on a wide spectrum, and those with high functioning anxiety tend to have a deep fear of failing or of people not liking them.
The psychological reasons why being single is good for your self-esteem and makes your future relationships stronger
Being single allows you to learn what you really want and need from future relationships, and not settle for people who are wrong for you.
A human behavior expert explains 4 psychological reasons why people are panic buying items in bulk during the coronavirus pandemic
Panic buying behavior occurs when the brain's survival mode overrides any rational decision making, according to human behavior expert Ali Fenwick.
Confining yourself to a home or practicing 'social distancing' may be necessary, but can come with uncomfortable side effects.
Anxiety about the coronavirus is normal. To manage it, control what you can, virtually connect with loved ones, and practice gratitude.
Telling people ‘don’t panic’ over coronavirus doesn’t work. Here’s what you should say instead, according to social scie...
"Don't panic" has been a common refrain in conversations and directives around the novel coronavirus. But that's easier said than done.
Scientists have identified some predictors of success in relationships that are important to consider before tying the knot.
Why you can’t stop touching your face, even though it’s one of the best ways to prevent coronavirus spread
Humans are conditioned to touch their own faces as a way to show self-awareness. Once the habit is formed, it's difficult to break.