While we need empathy to relate to each other sometimes, too much empathy can be a bad thing.
So how can you be persuasive in a subtle way, that takes advantage of natural human psychology, and that doesn’t make us feel sleazy or manipulative?
There will be a moment when your child looks at you and asks, “Are you happy?” This happened to me just a while ago, when I was dressing my precocious three-year-old son. His emotional intelligence is already off the charts, and that little check in with me, his Daddy, a little rushed and irritated in…
What can a man learn from a therapist? Joseph Rauch shares his experience.
What do you mean, risk-taker?
Our world is different from when you studied Psychology.
Sometimes you don’t know whether to laugh or cry.
A jokes isn’t just a joke.
Believing in free will makes us feel more like ourselves. Here’s how.
Why are lovers quicker to forgive their partners for infidelity than for leaving dirty dishes in the sink?
What happens when you turn your back on the pressures of the perfect standard?
Childhood maltreatment probably contributes to only a small portion of the number of people with migraine.
We can allow our lives and communities to thrive if we can get beyond berating ourselves for not being strong enough.
A couple can experience the same thing, feel differently about it, and neither of them are wrong.
How and Why Women and Men Communicate Differently
Ira Israel has his money on the psychological teachings of Derren Brown. Here’s why.