Category Archives: psychological-science-journal

Soulmate Quotes

Most people may not believe if you talk about finally finding your “soulmate”. For some, it’s just a word that would almost equate to word “magic”, impossible and unrealistic. But for others, finding someone who they know by instinct and can connect on the deepest level is what they consider as a soulmate. It’s said to be the… Read More »

Loyalty Quotes

As humans, we naturally rely on each other’s strengths when working together to achieve a specific goal. Our desire to live a happier and healthier life is sometimes dependent on how we treat each other anywhere we go and whatever we do. Loyalty is when we protect each other’s interests, feelings, or assets even if it means we’re… Read More »

6 Signs You Love Yourself Too Much (And How That Will KILL Your Dating Life)

My husband had a friend who loved himself – a lot. In fact, you could say he was a narcissist. He had so much self-love around his capabilities and appearance, that he initially convinced women that he was a great catch. But soon they realized that he wasn’t a catch at all. He was an arrogant jerk who had… Read More »

Happiness at the Misfortune of Mate Rivals

Have you ever seen something bad happen to someone and felt just a little bit happy about it?  Or even laughed a little (think Tosh.0 or America’s Funniest Home Videos submissions)? Click here to watch an example from the Simpsons. That’s called schadenfreude, which occurs when you experience happiness because of the misfortune of others. Seems kind of… Read More »

Late to the Game, Happier in Relationships

> According to a study published in Psychological Science,1 teenagers who wait longer to have sex experience different kinds of romantic relationships later in life compared to teens that start having sex earlier. This 15-year longitudinal study (beginning in 1994 and concluding in 2009) tracked teenagers’ sexual activity and long-term relationships into their late 20s/early 30s. Those teens that… Read More »