How Jealousy Distorts Your Thinking

How Jealousy Distorts Your Thinking

How would you feel if you thought your sibling was your parent’s favorite child? Or if you suspected your partner had fallen in love with somebody else? Almost everyone has experienced a time when they felt jealous. Feeling a little jealousy may be harmless, but it can also be a powerful emotion that can take …

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Why You Should Stop Saying “Sorry” (most of the time)

Why You Should Stop Saying “Sorry” (most of the time)

A few months ago I was walking down the street when a guy bumped into me so hard I almost fell over. And in the middle of the collision I said, “Oh, sorry!” A lot of us have been in situations where we say sorry when someone can’t hear what we’re saying, when we sneeze, …

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Girls Behavior When They Are In Love – Women Psychology

Girls Behavior When They Are In Love – Women Psychology

Women Psychology Girls Behavior When They Are In Love

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How Gaslighting Manipulates Your Mind

How Gaslighting Manipulates Your Mind

Have you ever encountered a lie so blatant that it seems improbable someone would actually use it? So improbable that you start wondering maybe you are missing something or misremembering a story? Has anyone ever made you question your reality? Have you ever been gaslighted? This is another Field Guide to Bad Behaviour. Let’s explore …

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Intermittent Fasting May Have Health Benefits Beyond Weight Loss | TODAY

Intermittent Fasting May Have Health Benefits Beyond Weight Loss | TODAY

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How to Form Habits That (Actually) Stick

How to Form Habits That (Actually) Stick

Now exactly one year ago, I set out to break what for me, was a bad habit: I wanted to stop using social media so much. I felt like I was addicted to late night scrolling, early morning scrolling, any time of day scrolling, really. It was my preferred method of procrastination, limiting my ability …

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The Selfish Benefits of Kindness

The Selfish Benefits of Kindness

The other day I was in a coffee shop and the guy in front of me yelled at the barista because his grande caramel frappuccino was a double shot instead of a triple. Being a jerk may feel sort of gratifying in the short-term, but I started to wonder: does it actually make us happier? …

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The Psychology (and Politics) of Disgust | Kathleen McAuliffe

The Psychology (and Politics) of Disgust | Kathleen McAuliffe

Similar parts of the brain – there’s a lot of overlap in how we process both visceral disgust and moral disgust. Psychopaths – needless to say they’re these cold-blooded killers are over representative in many of our high security jails. And these individuals show damage to many of the same circuits that are involved in …

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