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Choosing a career can be tricky. Although there are many factors to consider, some believe taking your personality type into account can help.
If you have trouble recognising the signs of a narcissist, the answers could lie on their face — specifically in how thick and distinctive their eyebrows are, according to a new study.
People with high levels of empathy sometimes wear it as a badge of honour. But according to psychologists, it's important to know when to take a step back, because caring for others isn't synonymous with suffering yourself.
A study in 2010 found that small talk was bad for our mental wellbeing, but a follow up from the same team suggests that isn't the case. Small talk isn't as important as deep, meaningful conversation, but it isn't exactly bad either.
We’re all probably a bit narcissistic — here’s how you can use 4 of your dark personality traits to your advantage
Dark triad personality traits are a spectrum, and we all fall on them somewhere. In fact, if you shy away from traits such as grandiosity, confidence, and entitlement, you could be doing yourself a disservice.
Introverts need time to recharge after social stimulation, because they are easily overwhelmed when they have done a lot of social activities. This time out is called an 'introvert hangover.'
Your interpretation of what it means to have ADHD may be incorrect. Here's what it really means, and how people who have it can use it to their advantage.
Some people use the term 'introvert' as an insult, but introverted people are not the insular hermits you might think they are. Introversion is actually all down to how your brain is wired.
Though there is only one diagnosis, people with narcissistic personality disorder can behave very differently.
A counterintelligence expert says there are 4 types of people — and you can’t earn someone’s trust without knowing theirs
Counterintelligence expert Robin Dreeke, co-author of "The Code of Trust," says to get someone to trust you, you should talk to them in a relatable way.