Is it Ever Too Late to Exercise?

The more out of shape you are, the more pointless you may think it is to exercise. Research shows that anyone can exercise, and reap the benefits, regardless of age or fitness.

Have You Become Too Predictable?

Routines make daily life more manageable, but if you’re not careful a routine can get you in trouble. Try some variety and it might even help boost your brain's creativity.

Six Reasons to Give Someone a Second Chance

When people bother you to the point where you’re done and ready to excise them from your life, before you do, consider these 6 reasons to give them a second chance.

Can You Ever Be Too Nice? You Sure Can.

We’re prepared to handle people who just aren’t all that nice, but what about someone who’s the opposite? Here’s what to do about the unexpected problems of being too compliant.

The Great Brain Training Debate: Who Should You Believe?

The debate over whether videogames can help improve our cognition heated up when Lumosity was slapped with a huge fine for its misleading ads. Where does the truth lie?

What to do When Someone Flirts With Your Partner, or Worse

Your partner may have every intention of being faithful but, without any warning, someone else comes along and turns it all upside down. What will you do?

How to Date an Introvert

If you’re in a relationship with an introvert, you may wonder whether your relationship will suffer from your partner’s preferences for quiet contemplation. Here’s the good news

Turn Your Life’s Downsides into Upsides

When things don’t go according to plan, it’s easy to become frustrated and angry. The detour in your path may, however, turn out to be the best thing that’s ever happened to you.

Where Are You Most Likely to Meet the Love of Your Life?

In a test of the real vs. virtual world of forming new romantic relationships, which wins out? The results may surprise you.

9 Myths about Narcissism Almost Everyone Believes

Narcissism is one of psychology’s hot topics. Compare these 9 myths with the evidence. How many of them fooled you?

Why You Never Get a Second Chance to Make a First Impression

Find out how you’re really influencing the impression you make on others without even knowing it.

What's Really Going on in the Psychology of Pinterest

Among all forms of social media, Pinterest is unique. Drawing users into its DIY world, it satisfies our needs for creative expression (and maybe a little narcissism).

5 Ways to Get out of the Indecisiveness Trap

We are constantly making decisions but for some people, these come harder than for others. Find out what to do when you're stuck in the indecisiveness trap.

Does Your Relationship Need a Reset?

Over time, long-term relationships evolve until they may no longer resemble the way they looked in the past. These 4 tips will help you push the reset button on yours.

15 Ways to be a Great Team Player

Are you a good team player? These 15 tips will show you where you stand, and how to improve, in this all-important sphere of life.

The Narcissist’s Guide to Gift-Giving

Giving gifts to others is something everyone must do, particularly during holidays or for family occasions. For narcissists (or anyone), these 5 tips will boost your gift-giving.

4 Ways to Deal With People Who Just Aren’t Very Nice

Genuinely nice people just have a way of making you feel good. If they're not so nice, though, here are 4 ways to handle them and manage to feel good at the same time.

'Needing Your Space' Spells Doom for a Couple. Or Does It?

We tend to think of relationships as best when they’re intense. There are, however, hidden drawbacks when intimacy gets too close. Everyone needs at least some room to breathe.

Does Narcissism Drive Your Urge to Compete?

The competitive urge can strike in otherwise friendly situations to douse your good feelings about someone close to you. Here’s how to understand and cope with one-upmanship.

Why You Have Mixed Emotions, Even at Happy Times

By understanding how life is made up of happiness, sadness, and some combination of the two, you can gain insight into bringing out the most of those best of times.

8 Tips to Make You a Great Story Teller

Telling a good tale may seem like an art that some people are born with. Even if you’re not known for your story-telling skills, these 8 simple tips can help you become the spell-binding spinner you always hoped you could be.

What’s the Best Way to React to an Insult?

Insults live at the bottom of the scale of socially appropriate behavior. Because our first tendency is to be polite, especially with people we don’t know very well, it’s not always clear whether to respond in kind or turn the other cheek. Here’s some guidance for how to handle these confusing situations.

What to Do When Social Media Make You Miserable

Social networks can often stimulate the unpleasant emotions of shame and envy. Here's how to shrug off those posts that peeve you.

4 Signs That Someone Is Insecure

Some people seem possessed by their desire to look better than everyone else. Being in the presence of these people doesn’t have to demoralize you, once you learn the 4 tell-tale clues to their insecurities.

11 Questions to Find Out How Much Your Partner Turns You On

Studies on relationship satisfaction don’t always capture the true qualities that promote intimacy between partners, especially when it comes to sexuality. The real key, as recent research shows, may lie in a much more intense feeling called, for lack of a better word, “fascination.” This 11-item scale will put your fascination with your partner to the test.

This Is the Key to Getting Over Worries

For most of us, there’s plenty to worry about in our lives. However, some people seem to figure out how to keep their worries down to a minimum.

This Could Be the Way to Get People to Appreciate You

Do you ever feel that people don’t appreciate what you do? Whether at work or in your personal life, you may feel that your efforts justify more recognition than you’re getting. Turn your resentment into positive results with this simple tip.

Why Don't We Trust Angry Women?

In the heat of an argument, it’s natural to lose your temper once in a while. Whether that meltdown will help you or hurt you in winning that argument depends on your gender.

Why Do We Think it's Okay to Make Fun of Overweight People?

Despite the greater sensitivity in today’s society to humor that disparages someone on the basis of physical characteristics, so-called “fat people” are still fair game when it comes to jokes. Whatever your body size, and whether or not you’ve been a target, the plight of the overweight should be a problem that concerns us all.

Should You Follow Your Heart or Your Head?

We often hear it said that it’s better to listen to your heart rather than your head. However, when and to what extent is this good advice?

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