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Happy and Resilient: Balancing Yourself & Your Relationships

Being happy in yourself and your relationships demands that you balance attending to them both.

Tinder Users Are Different Than Online Daters and Here’s How

By Martin Graff Ph.D. on May 16, 2017 in Love, Digitally
Tinder users scored highest on sexual permissiveness.

“Only You” Or “I've Two Lovers and I Love them Both"?

Emotional partiality and diversity are essential to romantic love. However, they appear to conflict with each other. Which one has a greater romantic value?

Can Being a Female Breadwinner Cost You Your Relationship?

7 signs that your relationship is at risk of romantic bankruptcy.

Inside the Mind of The 'Celebrity' Serial Killer Ian Brady

...why this serial killer never garnered the media attention that others... did, include the fact, unlike the 'Moors Murderer', Trevor Hardy did not have a catchy nick name...
A New Way to Predict Whether Your Partner Will Be Unfaithful
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Will Your Partner Be Unfaithful?
The Real Reasons Why People Cheat
The Real Reasons Why People Cheat
This Surprising Activity May Raise the Risk of Cheating
Raising the Risk of Infidelity

Open, Non-Monogamous, Poly or Designer Relationships

What do clinicians need to learn about open relationships in order to be better couples therapists?

Do Early Birds and Night Owls Have Different Personalities?

Bedtime isn't the only difference between early birds and night owls.

How Can We Tell Whether Comey's Firing Was Justified?

It's hard to parse complex political accusations. Behavioral science provides a few easy tips on how to do so!
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How the Republican Healthcare Bill Kills

The only true improvement on the ACA that can be made is to repeal it in favor of a single payer system.

Want to Live Longer? Have Sex Regularly

Independent of health, maintaining an active, regular sex life appears to extend longevity. Sex put life into your years and years into your life.

Arrival

How the feminine saves the world.

What's So Hard About Parenting a Child With a Disability?

Have you ever told a parent of a child with a disability to "lighten up"? Perhaps that's not the best approach.

Yoga Lifts Depression & Helps You Flex when Wound Too Tight

Controlling your breath can open the space that allows you to control your mood without any conscious effort on your part.

What You Need to Know About Relationships and Recovery

It is helpful to resist the urge to "fix" your relationships, and keep the focus on making progress in your recovery. As you do, over time, your relationships will likely improve.

Three Keys To Getting Along

By Joe Navarro M.A. on May 15, 2017 in Spycatcher
The Three A's of Making Friends and Getting Along.

What You Should Be Thinking When You Argue With Your Partner

Do you argue with your partner often? A little self-awareness can go a long way.

Passion 101

By Julia Moeller Ph.D. on May 15, 2017 in Passion 101
If you are wondering what passion is all about, whether you should have one, and why not, passion 101 has answers.

Stress and Memory Impairment in Older Adults

Stress reduction is important for optimal cognitive aging.

3 Things You Should Stop Doing Right Now

Sometimes, it's good to conform to social norms. Other times, it's bad for your health and happiness.

Premature Ejaculation: Learn Control

By Ari Tuckman PsyD, MBA on May 15, 2017 in Sex Matters
Lots of men worry about climaxing too quickly, but those who do can learn to slow things down--and to give their partner a great time without one.

Cerebellar Cognitive Affective Syndrome: Subclinical Version

Can cerebellar cognitive affective syndrome be inherited? Do subtle versions live among us?
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Thinking of Anxiety as the Symptom, Not the Problem

Instead of seeking to get rid of anxiety immediately, we’re able to work with it, be with it, and understand it.

Why Do People Still Think Pluto Is a Planet?

By Art Markman Ph.D. on May 15, 2017 in Ulterior Motives
When I was growing up, the list of planets in our solar system included a small planet far from the Sun called Pluto. Then, things changed.

Forgiveness Part 3

Her transformed self-image has been earned and hard-won. She has become a courageously outspoken advocate for and an inspiration to many men and women...

The Waiting is the Hardest Part

When the outcome is not in your control, waiting for answers, waiting to feel better, or waiting to get back together can feel like life or death.

Don't Sweat the Really Huge, Horrible Stuff Happening Daily

By Eliezer Sobel on May 15, 2017 in The 99th Monkey
Truly, don’t sweat it. That kind of thing always happens when the end of the world is nigh.
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The Pastor Who Found God In Technology

By John Nosta on May 15, 2017 in The Digital Self
God may not just be in the details, but in your smartphone.

Brain Abnormalities In Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder?

New research on white matter alterations in adults with OCD

A Vagus Nerve Survival Guide to Combat Fight-or-Flight Urges

The vagus nerve's ability to lower stress and reduce inflammation has been underutilized for too long. This post offers nine easy "vagal maneuvers" to stimulate your vagus nerve.