Most parents worry over how to answer the big questions, from the birds and the bees to why bad things happen, to even curiosity about death. What worried me more was how to tell my children exactly what I do.
In August 2016, a woman claimed to have been attacked by a real Pokémon. Her terrifying hallucination reveals the mysterious "twilight zone" between waking and sleep.
The logical part of your brain really, really likes listening to the social part (which is vulnerable to fake news).
Can someone who tried to murder a president be rehabilitated?
A new algorithm can tell if you’re single or not based on your online behavior, and it's identifying Trump as a single person.
Ecuadorians living in the shadow of the volcano Cotopaxi experience a unique kind of trauma while biding their time before it blows.
We would never call a friend a shithead or a failure, and yet we seem to target all that venom towards ourselves.
You might guffaw at an apartment building that skips the 13th floor, but there are a tremendous number of people who consider the number unlucky. Where do these strange beliefs come from and why are they so widespread?
Megan Phelps-Roper was five when she first stood on a picket line clutching a hateful sign. It took a while, but she eventually saw the light, and her story is a powerful one.
"Mastery isn't simply about the amount of hours of practice, it's also the quality and effectiveness of that practice."
On the relevance of race in modern healthcare.
Some inmates are getting thrown in solitary for seeking a little stress relief.
New research suggests that psilocybin-assisted therapy may lead to "God moments" that can have surprising upside for people struggling with addiction.
The hilarious John Moe dissects my Trump desolation.
We yearn for the security and love of childhood, setting our partners to a standard that they can never meet.
A national survey of anxiety finds a statistically significant increase for the first time since it was launched in 2007.
Even for those with insurance, getting mental healthcare means fighting through phone tag, payment confusion, and even outright discrimination.
There's a reason people like to do things they know they're not supposed to do. And it all has to do with psychology.
The practice of "kintsugi" is all about embracing broken bits, whether pottery or parts of ourselves, and showcasing the beauty therein.