- Don’t Worry, Be Happy, Live Longer
Even a 15-to-20-minute dose of daily happiness may improve your health, but that doesn’t mean you have to pretend you’re on a paid holiday.
- The Power of Looking at Photos of Your Spouse
Can looking at photos of your partner improve your marriage? Research has some encouraging answers.
- Do You Want to Change Your Personality?
It is important to learn about how to develop character strengths.
- What Does Resilience Mean to You?
Are you tired of hearing the word "resilience?" Here's why some feel that way.
- Cultivating Creative Moments of Healing for Yourself
Cultivating creative moments of healing can be a powerful intervention to help us overcome our relational trauma histories. Here’s how to do it.
- The Psychology of How to Be Likable as a Leader
How should a leader become more likable? Psychology allows us to identify what truly affects people’s behavior instead of resorting to guesswork.
- Does Marriage Make You Healthier? Think Again
While many studies claim that those in long-term relationships or marriages are healthier, increasing evidence suggests the opposite.
- Head Trauma Can Result in Chronic Sleep Disturbances
Recent studies have demonstrated the link between poor sleep quality, the deposition of toxic proteins, and the increased vulnerability to neurodegeneration following head trauma.
- “Men Are Not Intimate” (And Other Sexual Myths)
Do you get "stuck in your head" during sexual experiences? Are your emotional needs getting satisfied during sex?
- What Is the Great Resignation?
The Great Resignation is propelling an attitude of change towards work culture. Let's take a look at the psychological factors shaping the landscape of the labor market.