When your sex drive takes a dive, it can feel isolating and frustrating. But you’re not alone, and there are many treatment options available for low libido in women.
A pediatric psychologist offers advice on how you can come out to your family, friends and others safely about your sexual orientation, gender identity and other aspects of who you are as a person.
Find out why your most intimate moments can sometimes be your gassiest — and what you can do about it.
There’s a line between being helpful and people-pleasing to the point of neglecting your own needs. Let’s talk about signs of unhealthy people-pleasing and what to do about it.
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Enabling keeps people from facing the consequences of problematic behaviors — and it can take a toll on your well-being, too. Learn to spot the signs of enabling and how to stop the cycle.
Find out what breadcrumbing is, why it happens, red flags to look out for and ways to address the behavior.
Learn why nearly 1 in 5 couples are staying together by sleeping apart.
Are you in a situationship? A psychologist shares what a situationship is, whether it’s a healthy way to connect with another person, how to know you’re in one and what to do if it ends.
Learn how to spot Good Girl Syndrome, what to do about it and how to prevent it from happening to the next generation of women.
Are you deeply invested in the life of a celebrity — be it an athlete or actor, a singer or social media influencer, or even a politician or pop star? That’s not necessarily a bad thing! Find out why we form parasocial relationships and their psychological benefits and drawbacks.