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Don't risk getting stuck in a relationship rut. Start doing this with your partner today.
Do you know anyone who lets these harmful habits sabotage their relationships? Here are some better ways to deal with anxiety, writes @DrAliceBoyes
Despite being disproved by science, @ifoundmo explains, many people believe in these popular myths. Do you recognize any of them from your own experience?
Although it takes time to get to know someone, here are a few of the early warning signs that a potential partner may not be a good fit
After a conversation with someone, we usually continue thinking about them without realizing that they're thinking about us just as much. Here's why that matters.
Is the day dragging on—and dragging you down? Here's how to improve your outlook and regain your spark.
Is "manifesting" just magical thinking?
Self-connection means: 1.Being self-aware. 2. Being self-accepting. 3. Living in harmony with yourself. So, how self-connected are you? Take this quick test @PsychToday. #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek #health #happiness #mindfulness #life…
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3 ways surprise can radically change a person's confidence and self-esteem
What do you think it means to be a "citizen of the world?" asks @AfroLGBTpsy
Turns out that #Eurovision has spawned a new academic field: Eurovision Studies. I wrote about it for @PsychToday… featuring refs to @Dr_Eurovision @SofiaVLopes @EurovisionsConf @ConchitaWurst
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Kea are curious and intelligent and these traits can get them into trouble in human-influenced landscapes. How can knowledge of their behavior/cognition be used to help conserve them?…
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Does it seem like fewer people today are willing to do the right thing? Here are some possible reasons why—and what we can do to change it, writes @DocToder
How we learn even when we're not trying to—and why it's important
10 reasons why some people have trouble recovering after a breakup—and suggestions for how to heal
Are any of these distorted thoughts causing you mental anguish or damaging your relationships? Here are some ways to reverse them.
Want to be more resilient? Try this.
For people with borderline personality, there's often a disconnect between the emotions they're feeling and the face they show to the world. Here's why—and how to use that information to improve relationships, from @swhitbo…
Do you know someone with a self-absorbed parent? Here's how that may have impacted their relationship patterns, both when they were growing up and today.
How well do you know yourself, really? Put your relationship with yourself to the test. Here's how.
People who endured traumatic experiences as children may be vulnerable to developing cognitive deficits as adults—particularly in these areas
Overparenting is harmful for kids and exhausting for parents. If you're doing it out of #anxiety or social pressure, here are some strategies to break the habit… via @PsychToday #parenting
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If we want to save endangered animals like the kea, we need to understand how they think, behave, and interact with their environment. @mebwriter explains why.
There’s a lot that partners can do together to boost their happiness with their relationship. But there’s also plenty that each one can do on their own, starting with this.
What does COVID sound like? Some scientists are translating genetic code into musical notes to give melodies to all parts of life.
If an adult is around, playing might not feel like playing to children—and they may not benefit as they would from normal playtime. Here's why.
Setbacks happen to 100% of people on the journey. How you handle them matters. Setbacks are opportunities to refocus on setting realistic and sustainable #goals. @PsychToday #weightloss #TheShift…
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How to get your partner to change without making them feel lousy
To stabilize their shaky self-esteem, people with narcissistic personality disorder need continual external validation. Here's what can happen if they don't get it.
Why do some people prefer to be single? The key might lie in these specific personality factors.
Why it's important for people to feel grateful for who they are—not just what they've accomplished
How can you tell when someone's behavior is just a bit peculiar and when it might be linked to deeper trauma? Watch for these signs.
When we talk about someone's personality, we focus a lot on their behavior and feelings. But thoughts are important, too. Here's why.
No one can be happy all the time—and expecting to be will only make you miserable. Here's why, and a healthier approach to take, from @swhitbo
6 ways to find those moments of awe in your everyday life
Striving to achieve your goals can be an important and rewarding process—but don't forget to appreciate what you already have. @DrDimitrios explains how.
#Anxiety can lead to behaviors that sabotage #relationships, but it's possible to address these without being ashamed of your anxiety. ---- 3 Social Mistakes Anxious People Make… via @PsychToday
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Single people are routinely asked about the things that are presumed to be missing from their lives. Asking what fulfills them would be far more enlightening.
The newest info on how the 100 trillion microbial cells living in our intestines impact our stress levels and anxiety
My latest 'Psychology Today' article explores how our unconscious drive for heroism could get us into trouble.…
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Are you doing enough to keep your brain healthy? If not, here's an easy place to start, writes @austinperlmd
Why people who believe in a higher power or the supernatural often have different neural traits from those who don't
The trap with always wanting more is that you may undermine the very achievements you had worked so hard to attain. To sacrifice years of life to achieve a goal, only to find it devoid of meaning. Thank you @PsychToday for sharing my thoughts.…
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The ability to see a partner as superior to yourself is an important building block of strong relationships. Unsurprisingly, research shows, that's especially hard for narcissists. Here's why.
How relying on the "butterfly barometer" can cause people to miss out on some of the best relationships
There's more to compatibility than variables like age, religion, culture, hobbies, attitudes, and beliefs. Here are some things to keep in mind when you're looking for a strong partnership.
Finding even small moments of joy can increase your resilience. Here's how to get started.
For decades, people have bought into the explanation that depression is a chemical imbalance that can be corrected with medication. But it turns out there's more to the story.
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