These are truly strange times. As of this writing, I have barely seen anyone other than my live-in partner for about seven months. When I
Category: Psyched for the Weekend
When the COVID-19 pandemic first hit the United States, a lot of people were joking about an uptick in babies 9 months later. The idea
I recently stumbled onto a study that explores something I don’t actually have much experience with: The experience of fantasizing about consensual non-monogamy. As some
There’s a certain stereotype of professional success — a cartoonishly selfish figure that has no qualms stepping on other people to climb the corporate ladder.
Well, today’s study is kind of cool. I haven’t written about it too much, but both of my parents had insomnia. They both had different
I’m a person who has always cried pretty easily. It’s one of the reasons I know I’m sensitive, even though I try not to let
I can’t tell you how many times I’ve listened to a super attractive friend or romantic partner tell me they looked like crap. Or asked
Boy, oh boy, peer-reviewed psychological research is getting lit lately. There is a lot of study in the area of how being wealthy can affect
Why do people break up? If we were to take direction from movies and TV in answering this question, it would be reasonable to assume
I’m a recovering perfectionist. Like many other areas, I don’t think I will ever be fully recovered. It will always be a process of recovering.