Don’t Give Good Advice. Just Give a Lot of It
A new study found that the quality of advice doesn’t matter nearly as much to recipients as the quantity of it
‘Just Because’ Texts to Your Bro Mean More Than You Realize, Study Says
The idea of checking in on your friends can come with a lot of pressure, but new research suggests that it doesn’t have to be that serious. Just reaching out to say ‘hey’ matters a lot more than we think
The Awkward Art of Making Friends in Your 30s, According to Men in Their 30s
After all of your buddies either move away, get married or have kids, you’re still going to need a few dudes to grab beers with. So what’s a grown man to do?
Starving for Touch: What It’s Like to Have ‘Skin Hunger’
Physical affection and touch releases feel-good brain chemicals like dopamine, oxytocin and serotonin. But what happens when you go without it for too long?