5 Important Relationship Lessons We Learned From Gilmore Girls

While Lorelai and Rory’s unique mother-daughter bond is one of our favorite relationships from the show’s seven-season run, the series was filled with every kind of relationship—friends, boyfriends, parents—and taught us so much about what it means to be in one.

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How Your Favorite TV Shows Might Actually Make You a Better Person

Feeling guilty about lounging around and binge-watching shows like Mad Men and Grey’s Anatomy for hours at a time? Turns out that those marathon sessions may actually be a good thing—for your personality, at least.

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What Birth Order Really Says About Your Personality

Forget what you’re heard about birth order determining your adult personality, a new study suggests.

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‘Conversion’ Therapy for LGBT Youth Should Be Banned, Experts Say

Less than a year after the Obama Administration came out against so-called “conversion” therapies for gay and lesbian youth, a new government report calls for the practice to be eliminated nationwide.

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Liking Black Coffee Doesn’t Mean You’re a Psychopath

A new study, published in the the journal Appetite, found an association between a preference for bitter-tasting things and “malevolent” personality traits like psychopathy. Here’s what this really means.

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Rihanna Poignantly Explains Why She Went Back to Chris Brown

In a new interview, Rihanna nails the confusing and difficult psychology of domestic abuse and opens up about where she’s at now.

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Got ‘Bitchy Resting Face’? Fear Not: You May Be a Great Communicator

It’s not exactly a diagnosable condition, but “bitchy resting face” can be problematic for the poor folks who have it.

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You Can Embarrass Yourself Even When You’re All Alone

Embarrassing moments don’t have to happen in a crowd. Oh, no — you are perfectly capable of embarrassing yourself even when you’re all alone.

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Football Fans Are Overly Optimistic About Their Team, Study Finds

As the National Football League kicks off its 2015 season this weekend, fans across the country are certain that this is the year for their team.

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Do Violent Video Games Really Cause Aggression?

There is a link between violent video games and higher levels of aggression in players, according to a new report from a leading group of psychologists.

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