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Your Hand Gestures Are Speaking For You | Psychology Today

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Teen Girls: Nibbling to Separate | Psychology Today

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Slow Sex, and the Art of Being Deeply Nourished | Psychology Today

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Slow Sex: Going to the Place of Pure Feeling | Psychology Today

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Dream apps | Psychology Today

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Why Yawning Is Contagious | Psychology Today

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Clothes Make the Man—Literally | Psychology Today

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The Key to Raising Confident Kids? Stop Complimenting Them! | Psychology Today

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Psychologist @DrPeggyDrexler asserts that endless unearned praise actually harms our kids. Your thoughts? Check out: http://t.co/abbEfxfO

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The Right Amount of Stress | Psychology Today

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Is stress always bad? Lucky for you, it's not! A little bit of stress can actually do you good. Here's how: http://t.co/pBgyg9tE

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Children Should Eavesdrop | Psychology Today

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"Did you hear what they were talking about?" A case for eavesdropping: http://t.co/lbunPF5k

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A Brain's-Eye View of Addiction as a "Disease" | Psychology Today

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Is addiction a disease—or is it just a different kind of normal? http://t.co/ZHSHOtGC

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How Virtuosos Get So Good | Psychology Today

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How Thunderstorms Affect Health | Psychology Today

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Good Habits Make You Feel Like You're Gonna Die | Psychology Today

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Can a donut save you from a tiger attack? No, but your brain thinks it can—and that's the problem. http://t.co/TXnIbpz0

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Fetishes Do Not Exist | Psychology Today

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