Psychology | Personality

Who to trust: Study shows guilt-prone people are more trustworthy — Quartz at Work

New research from the University of Chicago suggests trustworthiness is actually linked to guilt.

Psychology | Psychology & Psychological Research

Moral Outrage Is Self-Serving, Say Psychologists - Hit & Run

Getting outraged on others' behalf often isn't about altruism but soothing personal guilt and asserting one's status as a good person.

Psychology | Relationships

When Someone You Love has an Addiction

When someone you love has an addiction, the shame, guilt and powerlessness can be overwhelming. Here's how to respond with empowerment, love and strength.

Family & Parenting | Family and Parenting

5 Ways to Deal With A Guilt-Tripping Mother

“It doesn’t matter what I do for my mother, it’s never enough.” “I bought my Mom a beautiful gift for her birthday, but she took it back. She always takes my presents back. What’s with that?” “I hate Mother’s Day. I can’t ever get it r

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Watching TV after work makes you feel 'guilty and like a failure'

You had such good intentions for when you got home from work: go to the gym, call a friend and sort out that paperwork.