Viewers on social media gravitate toward videos showing people getting-back at others who acted unjustly. Which is psychologically healthier for us: revenge-seeking or forgiving?
The Trump Administration began executing federal prisoners for the first time in 17 years. Let’s look at the phenomenon, starting with why most people obey most laws.
We are divided politically and culturally, but our differences go far beyond that. Regional variation in education, poverty, punishment, and language underscores the deep divide.
If you’re having trouble sticking to a new habit, think about why. Do you really want it? Do you know how to do it? Do you believe you can do it?
The complex calculations involved in deciding whether to forgive someone or hold on to a grudge; and what we can learn from toddlers, who seem resistant to holding grudges.
The death penalty is back in our national consciousness. What is wrong with this practice, morally speaking?
Do you use Procrastination… to GET EVEN? for REVENGE? to REACT against being forced? have REGRETS?
Read more about it
Physical punishment is a serious public health problem in the U.S., but alternatives exist that are more effective in enhancing the development of children.
more than 50% of survivors’ full names and links to social media profiles accompanied the naked photos
If Seinfeld taught us anything, it was to never eat an eclair out of the trash! In this post, we’ll examine the many ways George, Jerry, and Poppie violate social norms.