Emotional Intelligence

Experts explain why parents showing emotion can be healthy and beneficial for children.
Mental health experts explain the sense of loss many fans feel.
We delved into the minds of women who love killers and learned that their reasons may be more logical than you might think.
There's actually a deeper scientific reason you double tap all those thirst pictures.
While there are benefits to Marie Kondo's theory, it's not a solution that works for everyone.
Our aversion to jello salad isn't just picky eating -- it has roots in instinct, evolution and cultural conditioning.
You probably have this image of me being a weird bookworm with no social skills, but I'm like any other normal, happy kid.
The good news? Researchers say that you can work at cultivating these traits.
Loss is a natural, but complex part of life.
Human disgust evolved as a mechanism for avoiding potential disease threats.
A sexual violence expert explains why our sole focus on serial predators does a disservice to survivors.
“We’re emotionally intelligent, and we’ve probably already heard the story you’re telling. Likely many times."
The research psychologist explained the uneven memories of sexual assault survivors to the Senate Judiciary Committee.
This viral video depicts an extremely disturbing aspect of family reunifications after forced separations.
Emotional abuse can be difficult to recognize.
Turns out, that inexplicable sadness you may feel after sex is very common.
There's a difference between being afraid of something and having a phobia of it.
That co-worker you have nothing in common with, that cute guy at the bar, even your sister-in-law's cousin.