How to Know if You Are a Good Person

Here's how science determines whether you are a good person.

How Long Should You Wait for a Partner to Commit?

I’ve looked to science, asked relationship experts, talked to friends (both married and unmarried) for better answers. What I’ve found is that there isn’t one.

7 Questions You Have to Ask Yourself Before You Break Up

I asked several relationship experts what’s the one question that can help to decide whether it’s time to end a relationship. Here's what they said.

So You Think You Can Be Famous?

Would you like to be a celebrity? Just follow this formula.

Does Someone Like You? You May Soon Be Able to Tell for Sure

Does your date find you attractive? A new device will tell you.

How to Help Someone Who Is Grieving

What you should do (or not do) when someone you love is suffering.

Why Women Can't Accept Compliments

Don't know how to say 'thank you' when someone says something nice? Here's why.

What's the Right Way to Walk Away?

Walking away from something, however, doesn’t have to be a bad experience. Here’s expert advice on what you can do to ensure your happy ending.

This Is the Real 'War on Marriage'

t's true: There is a war on marriage. But it has nothing to do with the Supreme Court or the LGBT community. The real warmonger? It's none other than...

Love or Freedom: Why Does It Need to Be a Choice?

Why we want what's possible instead of what's available.

Can You Teach Someone to Be Funny?

A humor expert explains how almost anyone can make a good joke.

Why We Can't Stop Listening to Sad Songs

No one likes to be sad, right? So why are sad songs so popular? A look at the musical hits of the last several decades, and there's no shortage of songs about heartache.

How to Take on a Challenge

What does it take to make the impossible possible?

Is There a Right Way to Grieve?

The hardest part about losing a loved one is not that they’re gone.

The Strange Psychology of Ghosting

Ghosting occurs when the person you are dating disappears. It can take the form of ignoring you, not responding to attempts at communication—even pretending they don’t know you.

3 Lessons Everyone Should Learn From Introverts

Whether you're an introvert or an extrovert, everyone can benefit from being quiet and thoughtful.

This Is How You Should Learn

According to research from the National Academy of Sciences, the most effective (and exemplary) teaching methods are those that truly engage its students.

The Four Types of Attraction

You know the story: Boy meets girl. Boy falls in love with girl.Why her? Why not another girl? The answer is simple: Attraction.

5 Keys to Enduring Happiness

In the pursuit of filling our lives with more knowledge, organization and ease, tech unintentionally sanitizes and dilutes so many of our rich, analog experiences.

The 5 Types of People Most Likely to Cheat

Nobody goes into a relationship assuming they’ll be cheated on or try a little cheating, right? Proceed with caution before falling for mates who fall into these five categories.

The Many Definitions of Love

There are many definitions of love. Here are a few of what is and isn't love, according to the the relationship experts.

2 Ways to Be Happy With Your Relationship

Research-backed ways to keep you and your partner happy in a relationship.

5 Reasons You Don't Need to Be in the In Crowd

As our mothers used to say – being popular and in the in crowd isn’t everything. In fact, science says that being cool isn’t actually cool either.

Is Your Relationship Getting Serious? Should It?

A new study suggests that couples advancing toward marriage better remember the stages of their commitment than couples weathering rocky times.

What to Do When Work Gets You Down

So often you hear the importance of not letting work stress creep into your personal life and vice versa, but how do you do that in an effective, practical way?

What Makes a Great Love Letter?

A list of four traits and qualities that the best love letters have.

Does "50 Shades of Grey" Make Girls Promiscuous?

A new study suggests young women who read 50 Shades of Grey “are more likely than nonreaders to exhibit signs of eating disorders and have a verbally abusive partner.”

A Real Ticking Clock Makes You Want to Have Kids

New research in Human Nature suggests, “the subtle sound of a ticking clock can quite literally speed up a woman’s reproductive timing.” In other words, the physical sound of each stroke makes women want to start families sooner than later.

Are Good-Looking People More Likely to Get Away With Murder?

Multiple studies have found that ugly defendants are more likely to be found guilty than their good-looking ones.

Is Smog Clouding Our Intelligence?

It’s a hazy theory, but researchers at Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health recently found that better air quality would boost both intelligence and income.

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