Here are five principles for more constructive and respectful disagreements.
A new study sheds light on how our brains respond to awe-inspiring nature.
We can prepare ourselves to intervene in difficult situations rather than being a bystander.
Focusing on our children's strengths helps counter the message that there is something wrong or lacking in them.
Laughter and jokes can make us happier and more productive on the job.
According to a new study, people who are more forgiving sleep better (and have better health).
A psychiatrist explains that difficult emotions are natural in new motherhood—and how partners and society at large can be supportive.
New research is exploring the connection between the foods we eat and our feelings of depression, anxiety, and happiness.
This month, think about forgiveness and find silver linings.
According to a new study, mentally preparing for your workday is key.
We can shift our mindset toward more optimism and happiness.
It's a gift when work is so meaningful that you'd do it for free. And that's also a problem.
A new book argues that we are hurting boys by not helping them value their emotions and their social connections.
Palliative care specialist BJ Miller and Shoshana Berger explain how to bring more meaning and less suffering to the end of life.