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Polyamory takes many different forms.

There’s a dark side of polyamory that nobody talks about

Misconceptions and judgments about the lifestyle of polyamorous people can lead to people losing their jobs, or even their children.
Falling in love could give your immune system a boost.

Being in love could prevent women getting a cold, according to new research

Women who were 'in love' showed higher activity in their genes involved in antiviral defenses, so they had better immunity against illnesses.
Some people choose to live the single life forever.

7 science-backed reasons why you’re better off being single

Being alone isn't the same as being lonely. There are numerous mental and physical benefits to being on your own.
Night owls blame themselves for not being like other people.

What it’s like to have seasonal affective disorder when you’re also a night owl

Being a night owl isn't a curse, even though it feels like it is sometimes.
Feeling angry is healthy.

How to tell if the anger you feel towards your partner is healthy or toxic

Anger sometimes festers from unresolved issues, and that's when it isn't so healthy.
Narcissistic parents create a damaging environment for children to grow up in.

Narcissistic parents identify their children as either a favourite or a scapegoat, and they pit them against each other

Narcissists often emotionally reject a child that reminds them of their own insecurities and flaws.
Who doesn't like getting compliments?

Compliments activate the same part of your brain as getting cash. A psychotherapist explains how they work.

A sincere, thoughtful compliment can leave an impact even years later. What is it about compliments that makes them so powerful?

People with type A personalities attract narcissists, but a relationship between the two is a recipe for disaster

Type As tend to over-give and work hard to understand other people. But this can sometimes lead them down a dark path.
Lil Tay, the self-proclaimed "world's youngest flexer."

‘Flexing’ or bragging about your expensive things may stop you from making friends, research shows

Nobody likes being overshadowed, but bragging about your money is a surefire way to do this.
"As humans we are designed to be interdependent. We need other people, especially in times of distress," relationship therapist Bukky Kolawole told INSIDER.

Codependency is an often misunderstood buzzword, but being ‘needy’ can actually be a good thing

The term codependency implies one partner is needy and asks a lot of the other partner in a relationship. Experts, however, say that's not always bad.