One hint: it often ends with the letters “est.” And it can lead to competition and disappointment, says psychologist and workplace researcher Shawn Achor.

If we did, we’d all be kinder and more compassionate, both to each other and to ourselves when our hearts get broken, says psychologist Guy Winch.

Researcher and therapist Terri Orbuch shares what she’s learned from studying couples for three decades.

Yes, it’s number 1 on the list of 7 deadly sins, but pride can actually move us toward our goals — and toward better behavior — according to psychology professor David DeSteno.

Many of us like to lead with the positive, but it turns out that goes against what psychologists are discovering about human nature, says business writer Daniel Pink.

A quick guide to get beyond “Fine” and “Whatever,” from child psychologist Shelja Sen.

Clinical psychologist Meg Jay shares practical ways to overcome whatever life throws your way.