More stories about "Emotions"

The Bitchy Resting Face Syndrome

Here's why you shouldn't be too affected if you get told that you have this "disorder."

Writing May Help Physical Wounds Heal Faster, Says Study

Researchers suggest that writing may quicken the body's healing processes.

Mindfulness May Help You Achieve Wellness

Finding your inner peace can radiate in all aspects of your life, and keep you mentally, emotionally, and physically stable.

The Science of Love

Find out what happens when we fall in love.

Call Me Moody: 5 Ways to Deal with an Emotional Tween

How do you approach your tween when she doesn't want to talk to anyone?

Managers Sometimes "Manufacture" Positivity, Study Suggests

Sometimes, being a boss means having to be nice even when you don't feel like it.

Nostalgia Can Warm Your Heart and the Rest of Your Body

A new study reveals that sentimental thoughts and feelings can alter your perception of temperatures.

Too Much To Drink: Alcoholic Men Can't Interpret Humor or Irony

Alcohol is great in small increments, but addiction to it may blunt your sense of the most basic of emotions, even when you're not with a bottle.

Angry or Frustrated? Being Able to Distinguish Negative Emotions Is A Sign of Good Psychological Health

Feeling "a mix of emotions" is okay, but knowing exactly what you feel may actually be healthier.

Guy Talk: 12 Things Men Wish Women Wouldn't Assume

One guy makes a special request to women: please give men a tad more credit.

Watching Sad Movies May Help You Develop Deeper Empathy

After a tragic tearjerker, you'll be seeing the world with new eyes.

Study Shows It's Hard to Read Your Partner's Emotions during an Argument

When you're fighting with your man, how well can you tell what he's really feeling besides anger?

Anxiety Can Make Us Feel Colder

Research shows that our emotions can affect the way we perceive temperature.

Babies Can Befriend Other Babies without Using Speech

Babies don't need words to be able to make friends and play games.

Out of Sight, Out of Mind: Why You Donate to Some Causes More than Others

Research shows that we respond more to charities when they are brought to our immediate attention.