Rappler's latest stories on emotions
How can you not be furious? You clamor for change yet you're still to blame at the end of the day. Here's what you can do.
What is affect recognition technology, which is already being used and marketed, and why is it raising concerns?
The lines between our emotional and physiological states are as blurred in our biology as in our experiences
Emotions do not stay still. They move in multilateral paths and, at times, they even run.
While overall stress levels have slightly dropped, other negative emotions have increased
What if you were asked to trust someone for the first time? What would make you trust them?
Scientists have been sniffing the trail of the science behind the smell of human emotions
Not everyone back home has been sympathetic towards Neymar for his tears and his perceived play-acting in the Costa Rica game
One of the primary reasons people overeat and regain lost weight is that they have not changed the underlying behavior that leads them to crave comfort from food
What do love and hate really look like as they come alive in our brains? Do they occur in places that are opposing equivalents?
'Social isolation, but not loneliness ... remained as an independent risk factor for mortality,' researchers conclude
How many emotions does a human being express or suppress in a lifetime? Could we even count and identify them?
Ann asks if she's being illogical or immature, or if it's her fiancé whose behavior is cause for worry
Ada beberapa hal yang perlu diketahui agar EQ dapat dikembangkan dan diperbaiki
There s creepy behavior that people misconstrue or try to pass off as romantic Are you guilty of them?
Science goes a step further to confirm what having good memories could do for you
The numerous ways we are touched – and how it affects our well being
[Science Solitaire] The overwhelming currency of the holidays is not the goodies – it is wishes in particular for happiness
[Science Solitaire] Most often a bad memory is not just one blow – it could be a string of them making it difficult for us to realize we can opt out
Every single suicide is still a tragedy The message we want to pass on is first of all having suicidal thoughts is nothing to be ashamed of says WHO Representative in the Philippines Gundo Weiler
Stickers and emojis might look cute but they re also helpful in expressing complex emotions online
HOPELINE Project a 24 7 crisis support hotline for depression and suicide prevention aims to connect people experiencing deep emotional crisis to counselors and psychologists who can provide mental health first aid
[Science Solitaire] With empathy do you really feel other people s pain?
[Science Solitaire] What else can gratitude do for us aside from happiness?
The death of a life partner may trigger an irregular heartbeat itself potentially life threatening says new research
Joyful events – the birth of a child a big win by your team – can trigger a dangerous condition called the broken heart syndrome researchers say
Perhaps our problem with happiness comes about because we live in a world where we believe we can control everything in our lives
I wanted to leave and resign to avoid her because I cannot contain my feelings anymore and I wanted to keep my family intact writes Mon
[Science Solitaire] What could be that one common thing we all share about happiness?
We aren t just talking about physical abuse but mentally and emotionally abusive relationships as well
[Science Solitaire] Love may be the most sublime of all emotions but it seems that if you want to kick ass recruit fear to do it for you
[Science Solitaire] Recent findings in science seem to show that heightened expression of emotion whether positive or negative come from a version of the same gene
I m sorry I even crossed that line with you now that I know it means I may never hear your easy laugh again I have lost you in the saddest and most absolute ways
I m an emotional chameleon says Robert in this funny bit on Fallon
I am what my user chooses to make of me and that begins when you start to share your life to create my own
[Science Solitaire] Yes apparently when we are afraid disgusted or happy we emit chemical signals that could be smelled by other people
[Science Solitaire] I like it when I find stories of our inner biology that parallel our emotional lives
[Science Solitaire] Human language is generally a happy one a recent study finds out