Psychology

The people who can’t stop grieving

The pain and sorrow of bereavement is supposed to get easier to bear as time passes. But what if it doesn’t? Psychiatrists call it ‘complicated grief’ – and it can be treated. Andrea Volpe reports

Does it really pay to be generous?

A new study shows the ‘treat ’em mean, keep ’em keen’ approach may not be the best way to win a popularity contest, Nichola Raihani writes

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