Goop isn’t really in the business of selling yoni eggs and vagina-scented candles, but something much more lucrative: the aesthetic of wellness.
How Trauma Takes Residence In the Body
Trauma is mostly a psychological phenomenon but it manifests itself in the body in ways we may not expect.
Fitness Influencers Are Making Us Hate Exercise, and We Should Stop Listening to Them
To follow or not to follow? Fitness influencers have motivated us to work out, but they could be harmful for our overall wellbeing.
How Psychology Changed the Way We Think of Personal Responsibility About Mental Health
By making mental health all about the individual, psychology fails to address the social factors behind the silent mental health crisis.
Mentally Ill? Depends on Where You Are: A Look at Culture-Bound Syndromes
Mental illness is partly defined by abnormality. But what’s normal often depends on the culture you come from. These culture-bound syndromes are proof of that.
Exploring Recurring Dreams and What They Mean
Have you ever had the same dream over and over, or maybe a recurring dream year after year for your entire life? You’re not the only one.
Douche Vitriol: Incels’ Toxic History and the Alt-Right Connection
Incel groups date back to 1990s. The term started with a community of people, both men and women, unsuccessful in their attempts to find romantic partners.
TikTok Is Feeding Diet Culture and We Need To Do Something About It
TikTok trends pave the way for diet culture keep thriving but users can use the app to reject it.
No Free Feet Pics: Are People Really Satisfying Their Foot Fetish on TikTok for a Fee?
If you have a foot fetish, you might have to pay a small price for it—there are no free feet pics on the internet.
Debunking Dark Psychology
Dark Psychology has been touted as this dark art that lets you manipulate people. But is it sinister manipulation or just basic social skills?
How Christian Is the Anti-Abortion Stance?
Pro-Lifers cite Christianity to explain anti-abortion activism leading up to the Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe v. Wade. But is that really a Christian stance?
The Bizarre History Behind Why Graham Crackers Were Invented
They’re a ubiquitous component in many desserts, but once you find out why graham crackers were invented, you’ll never look smores the same way again.
Does Crying Burn Calories? Yes, but You’re Better off Crying on a Treadmill
Does crying burn calories? Yes, but not enough. Here are other non-exercise activities that help you burn calories without feeling like you’re working too hard.
What’s the Alt-Right Pipeline and How Does It Work?
The alt-right pipeline keeps getting mentioned online. But what is it exactly and how do you deal with it?
6 Tips for Socially Awkward People to Feel More at Ease
If you consider yourself socially awkward, you’re not alone. Improve your social skills and make gatherings more manageable, with these tips.
EDNOS: The Most Common Eating Disorder You’ve Never Heard Of
Anorexia and bulimia get the spotlight in media and public awareness. But it’s EDNOS that makes up the bulk of eating disorder statistics.