A significant number of people suffer from depression at some point in their lives, although it is minority that suffers from serious deep depression. Antidepressants are often the most commonly prescribed remedy. But do they really work for most people? Evidence may suggest the contrary, and they may actually do long-term psychological harm.
Your emotional response to challenging situations could predict how your body responds to stress, according to research published this month in the journal Brain, Behavior, and Immunity.
Do women or men forgive more easily? Is there a difference both in generations as well as sexes? Does circumstances or context make a differences. These questions have been the subject of study and debate for years. A new study may shed light on some new perspectives.
This study suggests that having compassion for others may actually protect us from stress.
While there are still couples who wait for a deep level of commitment before having sex, today it’s far more common for two people to explore their sexual compatibility before making long-term plans together. So does either method lead to better marriages? A new study in the American Psychological Association’s Journal of Family Psychology sides with a delayed approach.