A study on charity finds that reminding people how nice it feels to give yields better results than appealing to altruism.
In-depth research suggests BDSM practitioners can experience altered states of consciousness that can be therapeutic.
A new study shows that beauty standards affect whether or not accusers are believed.
Learn how to practice "self-indifference."
With the most common form of female sexual dysfunction impacting 1 in 10 women, this important study dives into how to keep a relationship going despite having different needs and wants in the bedroom.
A good apology can do great things. A bad one can cause trouble. Know the difference.
A 12-year long study examines the differences between how same-sex and different-sex couples argue, with some surprising results.
New research suggests parenthood helps couples tune into each other's minds and emotional states.
Isolation and empathy are by no means mutually exclusive.
How do you overcome the tension between autonomy and solidarity?
The ability to interact peacefully and voluntarily provides individuals a better quality of life.
Sometimes, the more understated you are, the more positively you'll be received.
The Buddha wasn't concerned with transcendence, but rather fully embodying the moment.
Our social emotions are now being hijacked by robots.
Deciding how we ought to live is one of the greatest challenges of being alive. Ask yourself these important questions to gain clarity, with philosopher Peter Singer.
Researchers asked older adults about the strategies they use for combatting loneliness. Here’s what they said.
"I used to mountain climb… If I can't walk anymore, I'll crawl."
Social media posts that evoke strong kama muta often go viral – for example, cute kittens, puppies and special animal friendships.