I recently watched a film with a very significant, romantic scene. During the scene, the male protagonist seductively asked his female partner about her desires. It was her secret, but she slowly bent to his will and confessed in a barely audible voice: “We actually don’t have a clue what we really want.” My years of experience on the subject of “what women want” moved me to agree. Be they Persian princesses, pretty Russian brides, or 21st century soccer moms, It is my firm opinion that women have absolutely no clue what they want in intimate relationships. Continue reading
In heterosexual relationships, are women or men more likely to say “I love you” first? Are there any specifics reasons or risks that are involved in making such a declaration? Find out as Graham Flanagan from Business Insider presents the latest psychology research on the topic.
Many couples today are dissatisfied with their relationship. Some people may reflect on the long conversations, happy exchanges, and romantic feelings they once enjoyed with their intimate partner and wonder where things began to go wrong. The simple truth is all relationships will experience rough patches some time or another. However, these 3 signs may suggest that things are much worse that you think. Continue reading
Despite the 21st century’s professed love for independence, originality, and individuality, the reality is very few people want to be different from the other members of their social groups. This phenomenon, whereby the majority of people in a particular social setting strive to be like everyone else in the group, is referred to as social conformity. Continue reading
Carla Jamerson, Zoe Johnson, and Audrie Pott have one thing in common: They committed suicide as an alleged result of cyberbullying. None of these girls was older than 15.
Psychologists have established four personality traits that may explain a person’s willingness to inflict pain and suffering on others: narcissism, psychopathy, sadism, and deception. Called the “Dark Tetrad,” this combination of traits may explain why some teens are able to taunt, harass, and bully others online — sometimes to the point of no return. Continue reading