The Should And The Did: Internet Porn Emotions

Q. I caught my husband frequenting an online stripper website. I’m not as upset about this as society tells me I should be, so I feel like I should be more upset. What should I do? Read More The Should And The Did: Internet Porn Emotions

Positivity Challenge Week 20: Emotional Contagions

While it may sound like a plot of the week for some sci-fi or supernatural tv show, the concept of the emotional contagion is a legitimate psychological finding. It affects you in almost every aspect of your life: work, home, family, fun times. And you infect others with your own emotional contagions without even realizing it. Read More Positivity Challenge Week 20: Emotional Contagions

A Womb of One’s Own: Brutally Honest Baby

There are terrible things about babies, and there are awesome things about babies. What’s exceptionally awesome? Their inability to fake an emotion. Babies are the most brutally honest people you’ll meet. Read More A Womb of One’s Own: Brutally Honest Baby

Foods that Taste Like Sadness

I had the world’s worst sandwich the other day. It was my fault — I went to this one shop that was right on my way to a meeting, instead of going a few minutes out of my way and getting something decent.  The moment the pilly-bread touched my tongue, I knew I had made a huge mistake. But I refused to shoulder the blame alone: the sandwich had its part in the mess, too. Read More Foods that Taste Like Sadness

We Try It: Asking for What We Need

So, I don’t know about you, but I was raised to be nice. Which is fine, most of the time; but somewhere along the way I got it into my noggin than being nice meant never asking other people for what I need from them.

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