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When you're starting a new eating habit set realistic goals and don't overload yourself with too many changes at once.
One marketer cracked the hotel review system and consistently dominates TripAdvisor ratings. Her strategy can help you crush your next job interview &...
A bad last impression is worse than a bad first impression, science proves. Marketer Adele Gutman used this information to transform a hotel chain.
Serial killers do tend to use their wit and charm to manipulate others, but not all are motivated by love or sex.
"You" never explicitly diagnoses its main character Joe Goldberg with any mental health condition, but that hasn't stopped fans from theorizing.
People with the ‘Truman Show delusion’ believe they’re always being watched. The psychiatrist who coined the term says this paranoia...
In the 1998 film "The Truman Show," Jim Carrey plays a man who is the unknowing star of a TV show. The "Truman Show delusion" is a real paranoia.
7 problematic things parents do that can make their children insecure, withdrawn, drug-dependent, or otherwise worse off as they grow up
When a parent is stressed, depressed, abusive , or over-involved, their kids respond — with mental health impacts for a lifetime.
If your mother juggled multiple jobs, you're likely to get stressed. If your parents set high expectations for you, you probably did better in school.
I run the Behavior Design Lab at Stanford. Here’s how to ‘troubleshoot’ your bad behavior — or someone else’s.
You can fix a bad habit or others' easily at home or at work when you follow these three simple steps of "behavior design."
A former monk on the simple mindfulness exercise that can help you combat negative thoughts and feel calmer in times of stress
Mindfulness teacher Cory Muscara describes a workshop with Fortune 100 executives that lead to them feeling calmer and more aware of their mindsets.
Dissociative identity disorder is a very real disorder that rarely manifests the way most TV shows and movies portray it.