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The Saying ‘I Know How You Feel’ is Flawed, From a Psychologist’s Perspective

I feel angry

Is this girl angry or sad? It’s hard to tell.

Have you ever said to someone, “I know how you feel“? Well, I think most of us have at some point, but do we truly know how others feel, or is it just a saying that we use for better or worse? Continue reading

Ways to Deal With Difficulties: Problem-Focused and Emotion-Focused Coping

stress

When we face stressful life events, we typically use many kinds of coping strategies to deal with them. Sometimes we confront problems, and sometimes we      avoid problems.  Continue reading

Gender Differences in the Experience of Emotions

emotions

A meta-analysis by Else-Quest and colleagues (2012) examined many of the stereotypes about men’s and women’s emotions. The stereotypes hold that women experience more guilt, shame, and embarrassment, and men typically experience more pride. But is that true? Continue reading