A study that appears in a new pop psychology book sounds too terrible for its findings to be real—because it is.
"I found out early that I’m not always good at using my fingers, but I am good at using my tongue. So why not focus on that and try to get good?"
“If someone in a relationship wants to get on PrEP, that’s not a judgment against their partner."
I never thought I would need an app to manage my friendships and just be human. Turns out, maybe we all do.
As a person of colour, it feels like you can either call out microaggressions or let them slide. But there are things white people can do to ease the strain.
Twice as many break-ups happen in January. But you don't have to be a shitty person about it.
Considered the killer of face-to-face interaction, it turns out that IG is actually widening our friend groups in the real world too.
Sometimes, the answers to complicated questions are deceptively simple. We just don't see it.
"I’m sorry that I had to end it and I’m very sorry that I did not want to fix it."
Our relationship was harmed with a series of small cuts, and if we had to read aloud all our messy feelings formatted in neat bullet points, it was worth a try.
Ten years ago, men were told to be “self-effacing” and “awkward” when sending messages. Chaos followed.
Gamers have long been depicted as antisocial loners, but this couldn't be further from the truth.