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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. Ultimately, I realised faking it might help in certain situations, but in others, you're better off seeking out genuine happiness.
Backhanded compliments, avoiding conflict, guilt-tripping, and feigning ignorance are all signs of passive-aggressive behavior. If you're experiencing this from someone in your life, here are 10 tips for dealing with them.
Through the pain you become stronger.
Christmas music is coming. Over the next few months, you're likely to hear Michael Bublé's Christmas album in its entirety at least twenty times. But overexposure to festive songs might have a negative impact on your mental health — particularly those who work in retail.
It's hard to decipher why you're attracted to one person, and find another totally repulsive. Often, it's not all to do with looks, and there is something inherently biological going on. Here are some of the reasons you find certain people attractive.
If you're in the habit of collecting books and never reading them, you might have what the Japanese call 'tsundoku.' The term is used to describe someone who owns a lot of unread literature.
Change affects every aspect of our life. But many of us probably aren't as well equipped to deal with changes as we think, and even positive changes can elicit a stress response. Here are 5 steps for helping you through the changes in your life.
People keep coming back to Ashley Madison to have a 'better kind of affair,' according to CTO Ruben Buell. The site operates in 50 different countries, because cheating isn't something that happens once in a blue moon, he said.
Therapy in a pill: Breaking down the science behind the strange, surreal world of Netflix’s “Maniac”
Netflix's "Maniac" portrays a experimental pharmaceutical trial that tests whether a course of three pills can replace cognitive-behavioral therapy. Here's how the science in the show stacks up to clinical research today.
Hugging has been shown to have numerous psychological and physiological benefits. According to a new study, having a cuddle after an argument can help improve your relationship.