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New research says that talking to strangers has a lot of mental benefits. And they may just help us out of the societal mess we’re in today.
Scientists studying how communication and cooperation evolves are turning towards dogs to shed light on long-standing mysteries.
It turns out that clothes have an amazing effect on how we're perceived by others, even at first glance.
In the last 25 years, there's been a steep decline in our average empathy. Why? We're stuck in a self-created loop of misery, woe, anger, and conspiracies. And we must break the wheel.
It may sound hard to believe in a political era dominated by outrage and grievance but being angry is actually good for you and those around you. Well, to a point…
For millennials, the first step to happiness and a productive life may to forget pretty much everything boomer culture tried to teach them.