There are 'Vulnerable Narcissists' Among Us
They tend to be passive aggressive, resentful, and emotionally reactive.
Learning an Instrument Can Make Children Better Readers
Students demonstrated improved phonological awareness—the awareness of words’ sound structure—which is a key component in learning to read.
The Triangulation Theory May Explain Why Some Childhoods Are So Stressful
“Adults who experienced triangles in early family relationships can lack a clear sense of their own wants and needs.”
Telling People to Find Their Passion Is Bad Advice
Here's what we should probably tell each other instead.
This Is Why Small Talk Makes Some People So Anxious
A therapist gave us advice for how to get over it.
What it Means if You Have a Horrible Sense of Direction
A number of factors—including anxiety and confidence—play a role.
Changing Your Bedtime Every Night May Put You at Risk for Depression
It's like flying from New York to LA on Friday, and then flying back on Monday morning—every week.
What It Takes for Night People to Become Morning People
A few small lifestyle tweaks can make the shift easier for aspiring early risers.
How to Stick to a Meal Prep Routine
Experts gave us five steps to make cooking for the week as easy as possible.
Gossip May Have Played a Role in Human Survival
This could explain why talking behind someone’s back feels so good.
Anxiety Is Inevitable if You Want to Live a Meaningful Life
Having something you perceive as meaningful comes with a host of benefits, but it also creates a fear of loss.
People Who Never Apologize Probably Aren't Nice to Themselves, Either
It's hard to forge a connection with someone who believes they're never wrong.