Every so often, we plunk down and attempt to make sense of what we have to begin doing. We consider our previous activities and their outcomes, where we are at the present time, and what we ought to do straightaway. While these are sensible strides to take, we disregard the way that placing more things …

How can you tell that a person wants you?

I could tell that she liked me by the way she looked at me. Ever since I started coming to the hospital, I had not had anything less than a lovely constant gaze from her – she would not set her eyes off me, and each time we looked at each other synchronously, she complements …

What are some of the most awesome psychological facts?

Psychology Facts that Seriously Explain Everything
The human psyche is infinitely complex, which means new research comes out every day that helps illuminate why were are the way we are. And while some psychological studies provide us with fairly banal psychology facts (for example, one University of Rochester study confirmed that—get ready for it—people are happier on the weekend), others are truly enlightening.

Herein, we’ve rounded up the psychology facts that explain human nature—and just might shed some light on a few of the patterns you notice in yourself and others. From why you think food tastes better when someone else makes it to why you always see human faces in inanimate objects, these are the mind-blowing psychology facts that explain everything.

Things you realize when you get mature

Maturity is the ability to respond to a given situation appropriately. Along with the more concrete stages of maturity, or those dealing with age, emotional maturity is an important indicator of an individual’s ability to respond appropriately to situations that affect them.
As I turned 25 this year, I am beginning to understand that although maturity does not come with age, it does come with life experiences, which you gain as the years go by. It would be hard to come across someone who is exactly the same as they are ten years ago.

“My mother-in-law has cancer. Why should I sell my house to save her?” Don’t overestimate feelings. Don’t test people’s hearts

If your mother had cancer, would you sell your house to save her? Most people answered “save” without hesitation. But would you like to change this person into mother-in-law or mother-in-law? In the face of this problem, a popular video on the Internet has given many people’s answers. Four men with different styles were interviewed, …