Pyschology

The Social Brain: Rethinking Our Use of Social Media

Sophie Dundovic | Posted 21.09.2014 | UK Tech
Sophie Dundovic

With the social media boom that has transformed our lives in the last decade, it is no secret that the need to connect with one another is central to our day-to-day existence. Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat and Instagram, among others, make it easy to communicate in an increasingly busy world, we are now able to Skype across time zones and send videos as events happen.

A Cure for Social Awkwardness

Robert Bradley | Posted 06.10.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Robert Bradley

I am all too familiar with such a feeling. Often wondering what else to say in a conversation that has naturally come to an end. I'd always felt that a cure for social awkwardness didn't exist and that in time my confidence would simply turn into arrogance and I wouldn't give a monkeys what people thought of me.

Tipping the Gender Imbalance in the Media: Louder, Better, Faster, Stronger

Sian Boyle | Posted 29.12.2012 | UK
Sian Boyle

I was shocked but not surprised to learn in a report on women in the media that male journalists completely dominate their female counterparts, writing 78% of all front-page articles examined and accounting for 84% of those mentioned or quoted in lead pieces.

Why Getting Angry is Just Not Good For You

BritChick Paris | Posted 13.05.2012 | UK Lifestyle
BritChick Paris

I am half Greek and so come from a very fiery lineage. My dad had a lot of passion in him - it was mostly positive, he would laugh his head off with friends, influence clients and surround us with oodles of love. But on occasion it came out as anger - mostly about little things, an overly zealous parking attendant or a noisy neighbour - but it didn't do him any good.