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Scientists have identified some predictors of success in relationships that are important to consider before tying the knot.
Workplace harassment and abuse are hugely under-reported, and the problems are only made worse by the fact witnesses hardly ever speak up
There are many reasons people don't speak up, including fear of losing their job, and not wanting to interfere.
A study of 68,000 people determined what men and women look for most in a casual partner, and it’s not intelligence or kindness
Nearly 90% of women wanted their partner to be taller than them, and men were mostly after an attractive body and attractive face.
Narcissists tend to get over disappointment and rejection more easily because they don't blame themselves for what went wrong.
We rounded up scientific research on the best — and easiest — ways for men to seem more appealing to women.
I tried dopamine fasting, the latest trend in Silicon Valley, and it was way more difficult than I expected
Dopamine fasting is a way of managing overstimulation and constant distraction by limiting behaviors that can lead to addictive patterns.
Trying to diagnose the ‘Joker’ shows what the film gets wrong about mental illness, according to a psychopath expert
He said the Joker doesn't fall into the criteria for diagnoses like schizophrenia or bipolar disorder. Even labeling him a psychopath is reductive.
We've rounded up some of the most common social turn-offs online and in person, as well as how to avoid them.
A pet is more than just a pet — they're part of the family. That's why it hurts so much when we have to say goodbye to them.
Attractive people get paid more, get considered for more jobs, and have stronger social skills than unattractive people, according to science.