Articles for Tag: "psychology"

Picking up a book may be just what the doctor ordered 
Picking up a book may be just what the doctor ordered
Reading fiction can significantly improve your empathy and help you deal with tough situations in your own life.
Do open marriages work?  Featured
Do open marriages work?
What would you and your partner need to consider before entering into a polyamorous relationship?
Are your work habits connected to other troubling behaviors? 
Are your work habits connected to other troubling behaviors?
If you invest so much time in your job that it impairs other aspects of your life, take note.
Is your social circle shrinking? 
Is your social circle shrinking?
A new study suggests the answer depends on your age and gender.
Could greenery reduce aggressive behaviors in teens? 
Could greenery reduce aggressive behaviors in teens?
Researchers find a link between living near parks or fields and an adolescent’s propensity for confrontation.
Settle with Mr. Right Now or wait for Mr. Right? 
Settle with Mr. Right Now or wait for Mr. Right?
A new study suggests you should stop holding out for the perfect partner and commit to your relationship… if it has certain attributes.
5 ways to make your New Year’s resolutions stick 
5 ways to make your New Year’s resolutions stick
What do losing weight, getting organized and spending less money have in common? Read on to learn more.