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Advice & Self-Help | Couples and Relationship Support

Loneliness and Anxiety Are Part of Why Dating Apps are Addictive

Dating apps like Tinder and Bumble have changed the way millions of people meet each other and make connections, but just like so many other aspects of digital life these apps have a tendency to become habit-forming.

Psychology | Personality

Some Things Introverts With Social Anxiety Wish You Knew

Introversion and social anxiety are not the same thing, but that doesn't mean some of us "quiet ones" don't suffer from it. Here's what it's like.

Psychology | Personality

Your Personality Doesn't Change Much When You're Drunk, Study Finds

If you think you've got an alter ego when you're drunk, think again. A new study finds your personality actually isn't all that different while intoxicated.

Advice & Self-Help | Psychology & Relationships

A New Approach to Understanding Social Anxiety

There’s more to social anxiety disorder than just its symptoms says new research

Miscellaneous | Interesting & Helpful Information

The Best Way to Manage Your Social Anxiety Is to Accept It

Some studies are suggesting that a better way to deal with it is by exposing yourself to anxiety-inducing situations.

Psychology | Psychology & Psychological Research

The Everyday Foods That Reduce Social Anxiety

People who are particularly neurotic may benefit from this group of common foods -- plus exercise.

Psychology | Health & Wellbeing

How to Transform Social Anxiety With One Simple Question

Have you ever done this? You're at the grocery store, holding two boxes of cereal reading the nutrition information, trying to decide which one to buy. U...

Advice & Self-Help | Advice

Ever Anxious in Social Situations? Pickles May Be Your Solution! | Brit + Co

Breaking! All those picklebacks + deli dill indulgences may actually be paying off for you in more ways than just appeasing your appetite. Heads up, lovers of pickles and pickled food items alike: A recent study reveals the salty treats have a positive effect on your social interactions — and it’s a big dill ;)