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Research finds dogs are smarter than cats. Here's why that's not the full story.
New research suggests post-breakup intimacy might not be so bad after all.
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First love never gets old: Why young adult romance still gives us butterflies.
How you deal with your "otherness" matters to others.
Breakups are already painful — but you may be inadvertently making them worse.
New research suggests pursuing happiness can actually make you miserable.
The truth is in here: You don't need to wear a tin-foil hat to believe in tall tales.
This new tech startup will kill you so you can live forever.
Why trying to find the best possible mate could be screwing up your love life.
Here's why intelligence and smart living have nothing in common.
Bouncing back from failure is not for everyone.
When it comes to intrasexual competition, researchers have found, the weapon of choice for women is something that comes effortlessly: gossip.
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Having trouble with apologies? You're not alone.
What happens when our milestones are met with disappointment.
How #FakeNews infiltrates our romantic relationships
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Do you believe in magic? Maybe you should.
What do women want from their female friendships? Decoding the rules of the Girl Code.
You may think you already know everything there is to know about sex, but do you really?
Both men and women claim to hate nagging, so who should change?
The war on women's intelligence starts earlier than we thought.
Five new studies reveal other species act more human than we think.
Despite what your ex is posting on Instagram, he's suffering, too. Just maybe not as much as you—and not in the way you are.
Has the Trump campaign made women turn on each other?
Here's how science determines whether you are a good person.
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.
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.
Jen Kim is a former Psychology Today intern and a graduate of Northwestern University.