Physical contact seems to be declining in modern life. But what happens when we lack human touch?
Did you know that you have the power to spark happiness in someone else's brain with just a few simple words? College student Eva Dickerson…
In a Q&A, the comedian and host of United Shades of America explores the place of gratitude in a divided country.
We can inspire our kids to be kinder by talking about and practicing kindness ourselves.
As technology permeates our lives, it should be designed to boost our kindness, empathy, and happiness.
Our Happiness Guinea Pig, children's author Joanne Rocklin, shares her happiness practice: bringing people together to share a meal. It took…
By focusing on our children's strengths, we can help them flourish—and stop being so critical and worried.
Compassion isn’t always soft and gentle; sometimes it means being forceful and fierce.
If we don't confront the past, we can be haunted by sadness and self-blame.
By balancing our physiology and nervous systems, body-based practices can help us through hard times.
Learning strategies to deal with your fears can help prepare you to take risks and change your life.
When we stop hiding our true selves and become vulnerable, our work environment is more enjoyable—and productive—for all.
A new study suggests that we judge ourselves more harshly than others do when we put ourselves out there.
Research suggests that mindfulness benefits our bodies, not just our minds.