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We often blame ourselves when a relationship falls apart.

A relationship expert says making these common mistakes after a breakup can lead to a negative thought spiral

Relationship guru Erika Ettin reveals how to stop yourself thinking "I'll be alone forever" or "No one will compare to my ex."

9 subtle ways technology is making humanity worse

Technology has become so ingrained in society that it's hard to remember what the world was like before it. That's not necessarily a good thing.
Practice isn't all it takes to make perfect.

Malcolm Gladwell’s famous 10,000 hour rule for mastering a skill isn’t holding up in new research

As the Guardian reports, new research indicates the 10,000-hour rule alone doesn't account for mastery in a given skill, like playing the violin.
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Sweden recently introduced a gender-neutral pronoun. Psychologists say it’s already changing the way people think.

Sweden added a gender-neutral pronoun, "hen," to its dictionary in 2012, and it's since become part of everyday usage.
Bed bug paranoia is a natural response, giving you the energy needed to take care of the situation.

‘You don’t feel safe in your own home:’ Bed bugs’ biggest health threats are psychological, triggering flashbacks, extreme anx...

While the critters aren't physically dangerous, researchers and victims know they can cause mental health harm. For some, the effects are lasting.

An expert breaks down the psychology behind the copy-cat threats that followed the recent mass shootings at Walmart

Walmarts across the country have been targeted with threats. These instances have received wider scrutiny after the El Paso mass shooting.
White nationalism is on the rise, as seen by the deadly El Paso shooting that authorities say targeted Latinos.

Psychologists break down the insecurities that fuel white supremacists

Experts suspect people who are narcissistic, paranoid, and aggressive are more likely to adopt white nationalism.

19 science-backed tricks for reading body language so you can avoid awkward situations

We rounded up science-backed tricks for analyzing someone's gestures and facial expressions, so you can figure out what they're really thinking.

6 red flags that mean you should stop seeing your therapist

A therapist who is a good fit is just as important as the work they do, so it's best to know early on if the sessions are going to be effective.
You don't have to reach the Holy Grail to reward yourself.

Being good to yourself is a discipline — here’s why you should learn to enjoy rewards without feeling guilty

Working hard and never taking the time to focus on yourself leads to burnout. If you don't stop pushing yourself, you will crack.