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The 100 best novels written in English: the full list

After two years of careful consideration, Robert McCrum has reached a verdict on his selection of the 100 greatest novels written in English. Take a look at his list<p>Robert McCrum reflects on his choices One in five doesn’t represent over 300 years of women in literature: a response What is missing: …

Literature

How To Lose Your Self-Esteem: A Psychologist's Fascinating TED Talk

Dr. Matthew Whoolery, a professor of psychology at Brigham Young University-Idaho, has an unorthodox recommendation: let go of your self-esteem.<p>"Notice I'm not saying lose your <i>high</i> self-esteem, or lose your <i>low</i> self-esteem," he said in a new TEDx talk. "I'm saying, lose your self-esteem …

6 Ways To Increase Intimacy & Connection In Your Relationships

I took this pic in Naples, Florida at the arboretum.<p>Would you like to feel more connected with your partner? If you aren’t with a partner right now, …

10 Body Language Secrets of Highly Successful People | Inc.com

You control your body, but your body also controls you. Simple gestures, simple postures--each makes a dramatic impact on how you think, feel, and perform.<p>But that doesn't mean you have to be an athlete or yogi or contortionist to take advantage of that. You can still be you.<p>Only now you can be a</i> …

Self-improvement

Tylenol Might Dull Emotional Pain, Too

A common pain medication might make you go from "so cute!" to "so what?" when you look at a photo of a kitten. And it might make you less sensitive to horrifying things, too. It's acetaminophen, the active ingredient in Tylenol. Researchers say the drug might be taking the edge off emotions — not …

Psychology