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Truth No. 3: Not being perfect makes you a better human.
How genetics might be the key to flying up the social ladder.
New research suggests even meat-eaters are disgusted by meat.
Three things to consider before you reveal your feelings before your partner does.
Grudges give us permission to become victims—and enjoy all the perks that come along with it.
Are we taught to be vindictive or is it inherently in our DNA? The answer may surprise you.
Here's the right way to "win" an argument.
Why do you open your wallet to some charities but not others? Science has some answers.
Why you feel good when bad things happen to others, and why it’s OK.
Shut up and read this. Here's why it doesn’t pay to be aggressive in the workplace.
When it comes to securing a mate, we want a challenge.
Don't try to change things you can't control—do this instead.
Déjà flu? Much of what we're experiencing with COVID-19 already happened to us a century ago,
Here's why couples move to the right when they kiss.
Why we're wired to fall in love during pandemics and how to do it safely.
Here’s how to have the upper hand in your relationship—and why it may not be such a good thing.
Rethinking stranger danger: Why we seek comfort from people we don’t know.
How panic buying does more harm than good in times of crisis.
Here's how evolutionary theory can predict your ultrasound.
Part 2: Not all deadly diseases are treated the same.
Part 1: Not all deadly diseases are treated the same.
Feeling hopeless? These 5 TED Talks will inspire you during the holidays (or whenever you need it).
Rating hardships is not as hard as you think—especially on sites like GoFundMe.
Who falls for get-rich-quick schemes, psychics, and fake news? And why.
Why there's no magical age at which you're finally "finished."
Keep dating the wrong person? Here’s what you can do to end unhealthy relationship patterns.
Bridezillas, evil villains, and more: Three reasons why we become infatuated with the people we hate.
Advice from a newlywed on why marriage is probably in the cards for most Millennials.
Proceed with caution: The dos and don’ts of pursuing a friendship with an ex.
Jen Kim is a former Psychology Today intern and a graduate of Northwestern University.