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Turns out the brain really doesn't like to be questioned.
Researchers at Princeton University found that people shown wearing "richer" clothing were viewed as more competent.
We've all wondered: Do people really change? New research says yes, but it isn't easy.
This holiday season, the gift of therapy is now one of the easiest to give.
A psychologist guides you through.
A newly released study by the Wildlife Trusts shows another, less discussed benefit of the Great Outdoors.
Narcissism is an exaggerated, unrealistic confidence.
Certain behaviors point to low self-esteem, but a new study found limiting them can have the opposite effect.
Sound on: Listen to these audiobook recs for your New Year inspiration.
It'll revolutionize what it means to truly seek your own validation.
It's time to challenge our own assumptions.
Goodbye, boring gym sessions.
What is your true self? Here's how to know, according to Deepak Chopra.
New study, published in Nature Communications, shows that early career failures are correlated with long-term success.
They take some practice, but nothing worth doing comes easy.
Add the right audiobook to your daily routine, and you've got your own personal motivation coach.
This isn't a gender thing. It's an authenticity thing.
"Being confident in yourself is one of the hardest things to do in a society that cherishes sameness."
The most important thing for your kid? Just being active.
A primer on the energy center that deals with speaking your truth.