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Empaths, highly sensitive people, and introverts are all easily stimulated by the outside world, but there are a few distinct differences between them. Here's what sets them apart.
Sociopaths and psychopaths have many similarities, such as a lack of compassion and empathy. But there is one characteristic that separates them.
Around a third of certain populations think their governments are ‘hiding the truth’ about immigration — here’s why some peopl...
According to a new study, there's an association between voting for Trump or Brexit and believing conspiracy theories.
Navigating the dating world is difficult, so you might want to settle down when you finally meet someone you like. But there are a few things you should know about someone before you decide to commit. Claire Stott, a relationship psychologist from Badoo, told us some of the major ones.
What it means to be a type A, B, C, or D personality — and how to find the strength in whatever you are
One of the most common personality labels is whether you're a type A, B, C, or D. They are fairly useful indicators for the kind of person you are, according to psychologist Perpetua Neo, but it might not be clear-cut whether you're one or the other.
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.
Science suggests we’re better at detecting lies when we’re in a bad mood — here’s why negative emotions can sometimes do us go...
Not jumping for joy doesn't mean everything is awful. Here's how some bad moods can be beneficial.
We are all impacted by our past. But sometimes we get into destructive patterns in our romantic relationships because we are subconsciously trying to fix our previous ones. Here are the signs this is what's happening, and what you can do about it.
Almost two thirds of women who say they’ve never been in an abusive relationship have experienced toxic behaviour — here are the signs to ...
According to research by Cosmopolitan and Women's Aid, although 65.5% of respondents said they had not been in an abusive relationship, 63.8% had experienced at least one potentially abusive behaviour from their partner.
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.