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What leads someone to fall in love? Scientists have identified several factors that can heighten romantic interest.
"Gray rocking" is a boundary-setting technique that allows targets of psychological abuse to remain grounded by acting as dull and unremarkable as a rock.
High performing women can get addicted to the turbulent push and pull behavior of their abuser because they believe in his potential.
The Silicon Valley tech ethos of 'move fast and break things' is not being counterbalanced by the healthcare principal of 'do no harm,' experts say.
A full 11 million meetings happen in America every day, yet a third of them are productive. Here are a few reasons why.
An extrovert has a leg up over introverts at work, according to a new study. For example, extroverts are more skilled at schmoozing with coworkers.
We rounded up tips to reduce anxiety, sound smart, and impress the hiring manager during an important job interview.
If you were sad about the ending of "Game of Thrones," you're not alone. Here's why an expert says we get so emotionally invested in fandoms.
Sometimes you want to make an effort to befriend a new acquaintance or become a better friend to existing pals.
If you feel down in the summer you might suffer from ‘summer seasonal affective disorder’ — here are the signs
People often think seasonal affective disorder strikes in the winter. This is often true, but people can be affected by it in summer too, with Summer SAD. Here's how to know if you're affected.