10 Surprising Dating Apps You Never Knew Existed

You won't believe some of these dating Apps actually exist...and have members...!

If Emotional First Aid Were a Dress It Would Look Like This

An artist inspired by themes of emotional vulnerability and emotional resilience created a stunning wearable emotional fashion statement.

These U.S. Presidents Suffered from Mental Illness

How many presidents would you guess had mental illness?

What the film Altered Minds Reveals about Family Secrets

Part two of my interview with the director of 'Altered Minds'--focusing on family secrets.

Why Psych Majors Should Watch Altered Minds

Part one of my interview with the director of the psychological thriller 'Altered Minds' starring Judd Hirsch

7 Tips for Getting Over Disappointment

How to get over the disappointment of not becoming an instant billionaire.

A Cheat Sheet for Boosting Your Emotional Health

This simple infographic shows how to boost your emotional health and practice emotional first aid.

Read This If You're Resolving to Reduce Your Drinking

You want to reduce your alcohol consumption--is a period of abstinence really wise? Read on to find out:

Which Accent Do We Trust Most (and Find Sexiest)?

Not all foreign accents impact us in the same way--there is one we clearly prefer. Read on to learn more:

The Real Reason Using Facebook Makes You Feel Bad

Why does using Facebook make some people feel bad and what can you do about it? Read on to find out.

We Need a National Anti-Loneliness Campaign for the Holidays

The holidays can be an acutely lonely period for millions of people. Here's what you can do about it:

7 Reasons Psychologists Never Give You a Straight Answer

Although I understand people’s exasperation with psychologists’ inability to give a straight answer to a seemingly simple question, there is nothing we can actually do about it.

10 Things Passive People Say

When passivity becomes our default way of responding and interacting and determines our general approach to life, it hurts us in ways we might not realize: Here's what to look for:

15 First Date Mistakes You Should Avoid

Small mistakes can ruin your chances of getting a second date. Here are the most common ones to avoid:

10 Signs of Seasonal Depression (and 6 Ways to Fight It)

When the days get shorter, the sun shines lower in the sky and the weather gets colder people often experience a drop in mood. Sometimes the drop is really big. Here's what you need to know:

The Martian Totally Neglects the Behavioral Sciences

The Martian is very proud of it's accurate depiction of sciences--so why was psychology entirely absent?

7 Quick Ways to Stop Being Irritable

Irritability is the carbon monoxide of emotional pollutants, but here's what you can do about it.

This Is the Difference Between Sadness and Depression

Because we associate depression with its primary symptom of pervasive sadness, many of us struggle to tell the difference between these two common psychological states. And that is a huge problem.

Why a Simple Phrase Can Save Your Relationship

After nine years of marriage, Elisha and Elon knew two things for sure; that they still loved one another and that unless they stopped having such bad arguments, they’d never make it to their tenth anniversary. Here's what happened:

Video Games Impact Your Feelings in Real Life

With an estimated 59% of the population playing video games, it’s time we paid more attention to their psychological impact.

Why the Colors You See Aren't Always True

Sadness and depression have a huge impact on our perceptions of the world around us, including our ability to perceive color. But which color is most affected by our mood?

10 Common Relationship Myths (and Why They're All Wrong)

We enter into relationships with certain beliefs about what good relationships are supposed to be like and how we’re supposed to feel within them. But what if we're wrong?

Seven Ways to Boost Your Emotional Courage

Many situations in life call upon us to do something we find scary, upsetting, uncomfortable, anxiety provoking, or distressing. Here's how to find the courage to tackle them head on.

How Loneliness Tricks People Into Staying Lonely

A new study illuminates one of the main reasons it is so hard for lonely people to break the cycle of disconnection that traps them in their misery. Read on to learn more.

Ten Tips for Making a Family Vacation Great

Why do so many family vacations fail to live up to our expectations and what can we do about it? Read on to discover the secret to making family vacations great.

Seven Reasons We Are Captivated by the Number Seven

Why do we find the number 7 so alluring and fascinating? It turns out seven is our favorite number for a broad variety of reasons--seven of them.

How Psychologists Can Help Curb Cheating in Sports

It seems as if every week a new scandal involving cheating and antisocial behavior in sports is capturing the headlines—and psychologists are finally stepping in to solve the problem.

7 Characteristics of Emotionally Strong People

Emotionally strong people are better able to manage the stresses and distresses of daily life, and recover more quickly from challenges and crises when they arise. But since emotional strength refers to a person’s internal coping abilities—how good are we at judging a person’s internal fortitude based on what we see on the outside?

3 Facts Everyone Needs to Know About Couples and Affairs

How would you respond if a friend or loved one decided to stay with a partner who had cheated?

How to Keep Fights from Destroying Your Relationship

The most common forms of miscommunication that lead to heated arguments are also the ones we least expect.

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