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16 Questions to Discover How You Judge Yourself

The road to self-acceptance may well be acceptance of other people, flaws and all. This 16-item test will tell whether you’re someone who others can turn to, no matter what, and they know they’ll be welcomed. More importantly, these items will also help you become more accepting of yourself and create your own no-judgment zone. read more

Why We're So Superstitious

Whether it’s crossing your fingers or rubbing a rabbit's foot, most of us engage in some idiosyncratic behaviors that we believe will bring us luck. We can learn from research on sports fans about what’s behind our favorite superstitions and how to use this knowledge to our advantage. read more

Top 10 Ways to Avoid Rejection

When someone turns you down, whether for a small favor or a dinner date, it’s likely you’ll question or wonder whether there’s something wrong with you. Using these 10 tips, you’ll be more likely to get your original request to provide the response you desire in the first place. read more

Do You Find Yourself Fantasizing about Other Partners?

When partners in a long-term relationship have fantasies of infidelity, is this the same as actual cheating? It’s possible to be unfaithful in fantasy and still have a rewarding and fulfilling relationship, as long as you understand the origins of your fantasies. They may even benefit your relationship. read more

Are You or Your Partner a Sexual Perfectionist?

Because they seek perfection in every area of their lives, some individuals also seek to get a 100% grade on their sexual performance. If you’re one of these sexual perfectionists, you may be setting yourself up, paradoxically, for long-term misery instead of pleasure in the bedroom. read more

What do Infidelity Fantasies Say About your Relationship?

When partners in a long-term relationship have fantasies of infidelity, is this the same as actual cheating? It’s possible to be unfaithful in fantasy and still have a rewarding and fulfilling relationship, as long as you understand the origins of your fantasies. They may even benefit your relationship. read more

The 7 Ways People End Relationships and Which Works Best

Everyone can relate to relationship break-up strategies that failed miserably. The key to minimizing the pain is to adjust the strategy to your personality and that of your partner. It may even be possible for you to improve your relationship breakup strategy with a simple mental adjustment. read more

Your Fitness Age is the One that Really Counts

As much as many people would like to turn back the clock on their age, up until now it hasn’t been a very feasible goal. However, new research on the concept of fitness age shows that you’re more in control than you think of the way your body keeps track of time. read more

7 Ways Exercise Can Go Wrong for Your Mind and Body

Though exercise is generally good for your mental and physical health, these 7 surprising ill effects can have the opposite effect. Fortunately, there's a remedy for each one. read more

How to Get Yourself on Your Own Side

Without knowing it, we frequently become our own worst enemies. Concluding that you can’t get what you want is one sure way you won’t. Self-defeating behavior is easy to spot once you know what you’re looking out for. These five questions will help you identify, and then change, the handicapping patterns that prevent you from getting what you really want. read more

Five Sure-Fire Ways to Handle a Snob

It’s no fun being the target of someone’s snobbery. These five tools are all you need to manage the unhappiness a snob can cause. You don’t have to out-snob the snob, but you can overcome the feelings of shame, envy, and inferiority that snobbery can trigger. read more

What a Narcissist Needs Is More, Not Less, Self-Love

Narcissists may seem as though they’re completely in love with themselves, but at the root of their inflated egos are deeply-held feelings of inferiority. Arguments and criticism therefore bring out their worst fears. Perhaps instead of self-love we should think of narcissists as experiencing self-hate. read more

Why Dark Personalities Thrive in the Dark

We associate romance with dimly-lit settings and candlelight. However, people with dark intent are more likely than others to improve their romantic odds when shrouded in darkness. Watch out for those tell-tale signs that someone’s interest in you is less than sincere, especially when that someone is lurking in the shadows. read more

16 Ways to Achieve Acceptance of Your True Self

The road to self-acceptance may well be acceptance of other people, flaws and all. This 16-item test will tell whether you’re someone who others can turn to, no matter what, and they know they’ll be welcomed. More importantly, these items will also help you become more accepting of yourself and create your own no-judgment zone. read more

The Psychology Behind our Common Superstitions

Whether it’s crossing your fingers or rubbing a rabbit's foot, most of us engage in some idiosyncratic behaviors that we believe will bring us luck. We can learn from research on sports fans about what’s behind our favorite superstitions and how to use this knowledge to our advantage. read more

Superstitious? You're Not Alone

Whether it’s crossing your fingers or rubbing a rabbit's foot, most of us engage in some idiosyncratic behaviors that we believe will bring us luck. We can learn from research on sports fans about what’s behind our favorite superstitions and how to use this knowledge to our advantage. read more

Can You Really Be Too Attractive or Intelligent?

Popular opinion, if not common sense, tells us that it’s impossible to be too attractive or too intelligent. However, if you envy the looks and brains that some people seem to be born with, take heart. There’s a surprising downside to being born with too much in the way of looks and brains. read more

How to Deal With Someone Who's Always Looking for a Crisis

People who are continually in crisis mode not only lead unhealthy lives but also create havoc for those who know or work with them. Psychology has some answers to help understand what’s behind it all and how to help them live calmer, more even-keeled and ultimately happier lives. read more

The Psychology Behind the Crisis-Prone Personality

People who are continually in crisis mode not only lead unhealthy lives but also create havoc for those who know or work with them. Psychology has some answers to help understand what’s behind it all and how to help them live calmer, more even-keeled and ultimately happier lives. read more

Are You the Inspirational Type?

In a world full of inspirational quotes, it might seem that we're all looking for ways to become more motivated. As it turns out, some of us are more likely to get inspired than others. This 4-item test will show where you stand on the inspirational scale, and how becoming inspired can help you achieve your goals. read more

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