What tattoos reveal about relationships, past and present.
Is it normal to feel anger, resentment, and even hatred towards the person you love?
What erotic fantasies might reveal about ourselves.
Sean Swaby writes about his experience with the Imposter Syndrome.
“Truly successful people don’t rise to the top by acting tough; they become better by growing stronger.”
“Many of life’s sorrows are inevitable, but feeling sorry for yourself is a choice. Mentally strong people don’t waste their energy thinking about the problem, instead they focus on creating a solution.”
Anger is part of life but Tor Constantino shares research that finds it’s also an increasing contributor in our deaths.
Long-term, meaningful relationships with other men are a strong endorsement of manhood.
You know who would be good for you. So why aren’t you attracted to them?
Charles Manson, imprisoned mass murderer, is getting married to a young women who claims he is “innocent” and was “railroaded.” But is it “LOVE?”
All Doug Zeigler wanted to do was fix what was upsetting his wife. When she finally got through to him about what she needed…it changed everything.
The unexamined life, and what it means for the world around you.
Some people argue that women are kinder, but what does the data really show?
D.A. Wolf’s experience in marrying (and subsequently divorcing) a loner.
Dr. Emma Seppala on the new evidence that men are more likely to cooperate in difficult circumstances.
Charles Emrich is here to help you come to grips with the Bateman-esque monster Psychology Today thinks you’ve fallen for. Sometimes you have to expose yourself to awful things to remind yourself that they exist, that evil exists. Past the darkness at the end of the streetlights, you can hear it. It’s out there in […]