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A new book shows how we can apply advances from neuroscience to work smarter and happier.
A new study suggests that compassion training may buffer against the detrimental effects of high-stress medical training, particularly for those prone to depression.
Articles: How to Fight Stress with EmpathyBy Arthur P. Ciaramicoli | January 11, 2017
Psychologist Arthur Ciaramicoli argues that empathic listening may be the key to reducing stress in our lives.
A wave of studies in 2016 suggest that masculine ideals can hurt men's physical and mental health. But they also hint at a healthier aspiration for men.
Articles: Our Favorite Books of 2016By Jill Suttie, Kira M. Newman, Diana Divecha, Laura Saponara | December 7, 2016
Greater Good's editors pick this year’s most thought-provoking, important, or useful nonfiction books on the science of a meaningful life.
Christine Carter explains how to shorten your to-do list and feel more motivated to tackle it, all at once.
Articles: How to Journal Through Your StrugglesBy Kira M. Newman | November 17, 2016
Stuck in negativity? Writing down your feelings can be a healthy way to cope, a new book explains.
Members of Thnx4, the GGSC’s online gratitude journal, highlight what they gained from the divisive presidential election.
When the road gets rocky, what do you do?
Articles: The Trouble with Trigger WarningsBy Mariah Flynn | November 1, 2016
Can educators warn students about troubling content without discouraging class participation? Here are some tips.
You can turn election stress into courage and compassion, says Kelly McGonigal. Here's how.
Articles: How Can We Liberate Parents from Guilt?By Diana Divecha | September 30, 2016
Two new books take aim at movements that pressure and shame parents for how they raise their kids.
Articles: Why Losing Control Can Make You HappierBy Raj Raghunathan | September 28, 2016
We all have a deep-seated drive to feel in control. But taking it too far can make you miserable.
A new study combines training, brain scans, and reports from kids to understand the impact of mindfulness on parenting tweens.
Articles: How to Stop Being a People-PleaserBy Christine Carter | September 19, 2016
Does total integrity mean always acting on our feelings? No, says Christine Carter—but we do need to acknowledge our feelings, and not confuse a false self with a real one.
Richard Louv explains how parents, educators, and urban planners can help kids reconnect with nature—before it's too late.
According to a new study, there are more heart-disease-related deaths in overtly racist communities.
Social-emotional learning programs have not traditionally targeted students with psychiatric or developmental disabilities. Here’s why they should.
Articles: Grit Needs Passion, Not FearBy Christine Carter | August 30, 2016
Passionless persistence might lead to achievement, says Christine Carter, but will it make you happy?
Recent research sheds light on a question that obsesses many people.
A new review of many studies suggests that our personality isn't as unchangeable as we think.
Research suggests that spending too little time in nature deprives us of benefits to our health, happiness, and creativity.
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