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Can Science Explain Why Skin Peeling Feels Good?

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Can ‘Psychodermatology’ Explain Why Peeling Your Sunburn Feels So Good?

During a recent beach trip, I experienced a sunburn on my back so bad I considered taking myself to the ER. When the pain finally subsided days later and all of the skin on my back began to peel, I started picking at it. It became an addictive game: No matter where I was, if I found myself in front of a mirror, I would try to see if I could peel off a bigger piece of skin than before. It didn’t matter that the picking was making my back even redder because I was peeling it raw — I couldn’t get enough of the sensation. I felt silly for engaging in what seemed like very primitive behavior, since it reminded me of peeling glue off my hands as a child, but I just couldn’t stop myself. Read More »
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There appears to have been a lot of fabrication going on.

Why Everyone Thinks They’re Doing All the Work

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This Man Thought His Family Was Replaced by Evil Clones

It doesn't end well.

The Psychological Advantages of Strongly Identifying As Biracial

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An Interview With Donald Green, the Co-Author of the Faked Gay-Marriage Study

“I’m quite embarrassed by the whole situation, embarrassed to have any role in the situation.”

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