Carl Jung was one such person.
If love is an addiction, your first love is the first dose.
In a way, the human brain is like three brains in one.
People tend to reflexively assume that fun events – like vacations – will go by really quickly.
Dealing with rudeness can nudge you toward cognitive errors.
Anger and silence are the two worst reactions.
Participants with high levels of narcissism showed high levels of aggression, spreading gossip, bullying others, and more.
Think you can hide your feelings pretty easily?
Social interactions are important for building the strongest relationships.
A study finds that sexual regret doesn't change how we behave in the future.
Research has shown how important empathy is to relationships, but there are limits to its power.
Next time you listen to scary campfire stories, sit with a friend who has aphantasia.
"The smell of fresh chopped parsley may evoke a grandmother's cooking, or a whiff of a cigar may evoke a grandfather's presence," says author.
A study of 1.6 million people ties high incomes with more positive emotions and fewer negative ones, but only towards the self.
Cow cuddling is getting ever more popular, but what's the science behind using animals for relaxation?
In-depth research suggests BDSM practitioners can experience altered states of consciousness that can be therapeutic.
From baboon hierarchies to the mind-gut connection, the path to defeating depression starts with understanding its causes.
Words of wisdom from H.P. Lovecraft, Sir Anthony Hopkins, Dr. Temple Grandin, Hannah Gadsby and more.
Did America's collective mental health get worse (and then better) after the first COVID-19 lockdown?
In the future, you might voluntarily share your social media data with your psychiatrist to inform a more accurate diagnosis.
Most people believe you can win an argument with facts - but when "facts" are so often subject to doubt, are personal experiences trusted more?
Should we all be "taking life as it comes"?
A new study casts doubt on previous research showing that emotional well-being plateaus at an income of $75,000 per year.
When someone is lying to you personally, you may be able to see what they're doing.
Psychologists point to specific reasons that make it hard for us to admit our wrongdoing.
Cold hands and feet? Maybe it's your anxiety.
New research suggests you can't fake your emotional state to improve your work life — you have to feel it.
A new study shows that beauty standards affect whether or not accusers are believed.
Is breakup sex ever a good idea?
No, being interested in BDSM does not mean you had a traumatic childhood.