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  1. science of us
    I Can’t Stop Thinking About This 1991 Book About PainIt’s about healing the body with the mind.
  2. last night on late night
    Anne Hathaway Fully Breaks Into Tears While Talking Drag Race With RuPaulShe loves Monét X Change!
  3. science of us
    Exercise Is Mood SorceryMaybe the word “exercise” needs a rebranding.
  4. science of us
    The Day I Discovered Heartbreak AdrenalineIt’s a real feeling if I say it is.
  5. science of us
    If You’re Sick of ‘Mindfulness,’ Might I Recommend ‘Interoception’?Wake up, interocept. Take a break, interocept.
  6. science of us
    This New Study on Loneliness Sure Is BleakEven its “silver lining” isn’t all that comforting.
  7. emotions
    The Long, Tortured Romance of Kendall Jenner and Anwar HadidAn exhaustive investigation prompted by Anwar’s maudlin Instagram stories.
  8. emotions
    Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner Are the Latest Celebrity Couple to Publicly WeepIt was just last week that Justin Bieber sobbed with Hailey Baldwin after riding Citi Bikes.
  9. this worries me
    These 10 Apps Can Help You Manage Your AnxietyImagine: Your phone as a source of calm, for once.
  10. science of us
    Am I Suffering From Anxiety or am I Just Stressed?Are you anxious about being anxious?
  11. science of us
    There’s a Name for That Inexplicable Post-Sex SadnessResearch shows that it’s pretty common.
  12. science of us
    The Single Easiest Way to Control Your Emotions at WorkIt’s all about resetting your brain.
  13. science of us
    Here’s Your Cheat Sheet to HappinessThe most talked-about college course in America isn’t about making money or saving the world. It’s about how to be truly happy. We took it for you.
  14. science of us
    Advice From a Polyamory Coach on Dealing With Relationship JealousyStep one: Accept that it’s probably inevitable.
  15. how to raise a boy
    What Aggression Really Means to BoysSix perspectives on violence, parents, play, rage, fear, and intimacy.
  16. science of us
    Who Gets Left Out of the Advice to ‘Make Your Own Happiness’A new book argues that the positive psychology movement ignores the life experiences that can make happiness elusive.
  17. science of us
    Using Anger-Management Techniques to Cope With 2017An old therapy has some very current benefits.
  18. science of us
    You’ll Be Happier If You Let Yourself Feel BadA new study argues that you should accept your negative emotions rather than trying to fight them off.
  19. ‘Emotional Diversity’ Is More Important Than HappinessAllowing yourself to feel a wide range of feelings may be good for your health.
  20. When Betrayal in a Dream Leads to Real-Life ConflictJust because it didn’t actually happen doesn’t mean it didn’t sting.
  21. Natural Selection Made Us Anxious. Meditation Can Help.An evolutionary psychologist’s take on Buddhism.
  22. emotions
    Donald Trump’s Oldest Sons Are Reportedly Jealous of Jared Kushner“They miss being at the center of attention.”
  23. emotions
    Donald Trump Jr. Is Reportedly ‘Miserable’ Now That His Dad’s the PresidentPulling out the world’s tiniest violin.
  24. People Like Tweets That Tell Them How to FeelThe more passionate the feeling, the more widely the tweets seemed to spread, according to a new study.
  25. An Excuse for Summertime SelfishnessToo hot to be helpful.
  26. The Psychology of ‘So Good It Makes Me Angry’What it means when your reaction doesn’t quite match up with your emotions.
  27. This Is What Happens to Your Brain When You Read PoetryA new study explains.
  28. The Woman Who Literally Couldn’t Stop CryingThe tears kept on coming even when she wasn’t sad.
  29. Want a Mood Boost? Make Yourself Cry to Sad MusicJust press play.
  30. We’re Now One Step Closer to Knowing What Cats Are Actually Thinking▶️ Cats’ emotions break down into three categories …
  31. Use This Storytelling Technique to Make Your Bad Memories Feel More MeaningfulAnd gain some much-needed distance.
  32. If You Are Bad at Reading Facial Expressions, Perhaps This Is WhyIn a new book, a psychologist questions the assumption that facial expressions can always be neatly matched to a discrete emotion.
  33. There’s Such a Thing as Too Much Emotional IntelligenceEverything in moderation.
  34. That Nails-on-a-Chalkboard Feeling May Be Its Own Separate EmotionNot just the shivers, not quite disgust.
  35. Being Mindful Makes You Less Likely to Screw Up Your RelationshipIt helps to be “aware of, and then cope constructively with, negative reactions to challenging relationship experiences.”
  36. Your Emotions Are More Malleable Than You ThinkHere’s how to turn your stress into excitement.
  37. fitness
    Tell Yourself You Like Your Workout, You’ll Do It MoreManipulation helps.
  38. To Save Money, Pay Attention to Your MoodCertain emotional states make for better shopping decisions.
  39. How the Way You Breathe Affects What You RememberThis one applies to the nose only — sorry, mouth-breathers.
  40. emotions
    The Chinese Word for Anger Shows the Best Way to Get MadWhether personal or political, it’s good to generate qi.
  41. Switching Detention for Meditation Seems to Really WorkTeach kids to process their emotions and their teachers won’t have to.
  42. 3 Ways to Channel Your Raging Emotions Into ActionInsights from behavioral scientists on how to pin down your feelings.
  43. There’s a Link Between Emotional Intelligence and Understanding Your BodyPeople who have a difficult time knowing when they’re sad or happy also struggle to identify things like fatigue or hunger.
  44. A Little Loneliness Can Be a Very Good ThingIf you use it correctly, that is.
  45. How Easily Bored Are You? Take This Quiz to Find OutWhat being highly boredom-prone suggests about your personality.
  46. Why Psychologists Say Anxiety Is the ‘Shadow’ of IntelligenceWhat else is going to make you plan for stuff?
  47. motivation
    Get Yourself to Do Stuff by Appealing to Your Own Sense of PrideIn a new book, a researcher argues that pride is the secret key to motivation.
  48. Judges Give Harsher Sentences When Their Football Team LosesAnd it’s worse for black defendants.
  49. It’s Almost Impossible to Tell a Joyful Face From an Anguished OneTwo extreme emotions, one facial expression
  50. 10 Extremely Precise Words for Emotions You Didn’t Even Know You HadAre you feeling awumbuk, that emptiness after a guest leaves? Or are you in the grips of torschlusspanik, the jitters elicited by a looming deadline?
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