Words From the Wise

July 14, 2016 - 11 stories
Getting older is better than it looks. Here's what we can learn from our elders. Cover Image: FamVeld/Shutterstock
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How to Write a Perfect Email

July 13, 2016 - 9 stories
Email, text messages, social media, you name it, our modern-day modes of communication can be baffling. Here's how to email, multitask, juggle screentime, and more. Cover Image: Uber Images/Shutterstock

Big Mood Swings

July 12, 2016 - 10 stories
Do you need to make sense of your ups and down? Read about the stress of a big project, postpartum depression, how to handle a bad mood, and more. Cover Image: Zastolskiy/VictorShutterstock

Place and Personality

July 11, 2016 - 12 stories
Home sweet home, and other important places that shape you. Cover Image: Ruslan Ivantsov/Shutterstock
July 2 - 8

July 2 - 8

July 09, 2016 - 6 stories
Have a look at some of the best posts from the week, including remembering the fallen, straight people, captive whales, and more.

Our Collective Grief

July 08, 2016 - 16 stories
A peaceful protest turns into senseless killing. Mourning the fallen. Cover Image: Shpoks/Pixabay

What Kind of Smart Are You?

July 07, 2016 - 12 stories
There are those who can whip up the theory of everything, those who who can paint like Matisse, and others who know how to work a room. You may have a high IQ or you may be emotionally intelligent, see where you fit in the grand scheme. Cover Image: DragonImages/Shutterstock

The Kids Are All Right

July 06, 2016 - 11 stories
Though we know that fussy parenting can do damage, there’s no bonafide blueprint for raising a healthy child. Read on for research that can help; see posts about dreaded test scores, body image, and shut eye for Johnny. Cover Image: NPelusi

Health Not Fad

July 05, 2016 - 11 stories
Fads and regimens come and go. Here's how to be sensible for your long-term goals. Cover Image: G-stockstudio/Shutterstock
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Happy Fourth of July

July 04, 2016 - 9 stories
There's a lot to be grateful for, freedom being most precious. On this Fourth of July, read about a life without government, marriage equality, mental illness and politics, and more. Cover Image: Josh Willink/Pexels
June 25 - July 1

June 25 - July 1

July 02, 2016 - 7 stories
We're heading into the Fourth of July, so find some shade for these good reads, including more on the neuroscience of Brexit, if Prince were alive, cultural memes, and more.
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Green-Eyed Envy

July 01, 2016 - 10 stories
Jealousy and envy are painful emotions. Yet it says more about you than anyone else. Cover Image: Andrew Eccles

Top Posts: June 2016

June 30, 2016 - 25 stories
Here's a little beach reading for your hot, hot summer. See posts on sexuality, psychotherapy, neuroscience, and more. Cover Image: Holiday/stokpic/pexels

Your Selective Memory

June 29, 2016 - 12 stories
Some people and events in your life are better stuck in the recesses of your brain. Herein, read about selective memory, cognitive impairment, autobiographical history, and more. Cover Image: Kazuend/Unsplash

Your 15 Minutes of Fame

June 28, 2016 - 10 stories
Are you obsessed with fame? Here's the lowdown on the science of star-worship. Cover Image: Meunierd/Shutterstock

Stop Ruminating!

June 27, 2016 - 14 stories
You know when your mind churns over mistakes, grievances, and other repetitive thoughts. Here's what you can do about your ruminating. Cover Image: JoshuaEarle/Unsplash
June 18 - 24

June 18 - 24

June 25, 2016 - 7 stories
It's been an odd time, with the Brexit vote rounding out the week. Read about the psychology behind Britain's exit, affirmative action, the science of grit, and more.

Big Break-Ups

June 24, 2016 - 14 stories
Any kind of split is hard.

Animal Kingdom

June 23, 2016 - 9 stories
Why do animals behave the way they do? This and other questions about fauna both wild and tame. Cover Image: Selins/Shutterstock

Are You Empathic?

June 22, 2016 - 13 stories
Sometimes a true empath can be far too sensitive, even taking on other people’s pains and sadnesses. Of course, they're also more intuitive than the rest of us. The good and the bad when it comes to empathy. Cover Image: Mervas/Shutterstock