Psychology Today

Psychology Today



Insight about everybody's favorite subject: Ourselves.

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Joined on March 30, 2009

We looked inside some of the tweets by @PsychToday and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
an hour
Average replies
Average retweets
Average likes
Tweets with photos
5 / 100
Tweets with videos
0 / 100
Tweets with links
0 / 100

Rankings (sorted by number of followers)

111. in country United States and category Magazines & Journals

231. in country United States and category Media

268. in category Magazines & Journals

Don't let one mistake completely derail you. Here are 10 ways to get back on track and achieve your goals, writes @brtherapist

How much sleep you need to function at your best—and how to get it

These behaviors can drain your energy and sabotage your well-being if you let them. Here's what to do instead, writes @GroverSean

3 of the most common misconceptions about exposure therapy—and why they're so very harmful

If the idea of dirty talk seems arousing to you, you're not alone: It's among the most popular of all sexual fantasies. Here's why, writes @JustinLehmiller

When a partner starts to throw tantrums and play the victim, it may seem like an unexpected change. More likely, it's a slow reveal of traits that were always there. Here's why.

New! Mental Health Effects of COVID-19 Infection | Psychology Today

Is your relationship disintegrating? Here's how to tell whether it can be salvaged, or if it's time to walk away.

Is your relationship disintegrating? Here's how to tell whether it can be salvaged, or if it's time to walk away.

Why women find the strong, silent type so appealing—at least at first, writes @simredaelli

Which personality traits do you think are easy or difficult to detect based on your phone habits?

4 types of false forgiveness that narcissists often offer—and how to respond

Why Gray Matter Volume and White Matter Connectivity Matter | Psychology Today @PsychToday

Most people might not know that there's a gender gap when it comes to pain. But women are more likely to have frequent, long-lasting, and severe pain. This could be why, explains @DrWayneJonas.

"Parents can easily feel that how their child is doing reflects on them—and they aren't crazy to think so. Parents tell me every day about the shaming they experience over their children for the littlest things," writes @AEscalanteMD

How Ruth Bader Ginsburg "defied stereotypes of older individuals and older women as inactive, frail, and weak"

3 mindfulness-based steps to become more self-compassionate and reduce depression

"Asexuality is a sexual orientation, not a sexual dysfunction. It starts early in life and shows some stability over time," writes @belladepaulo

How drinking coffee could affect your health in the long run

Did you know that short-term attention is biased toward negativity, but long-term memory is biased toward positivity? Here's why.

Many people are finding that exes, friends, and others who ghosted, rejected, or drifted apart from them are suddenly reaching out. Has it happened to you?

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