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K-12 teachers offer practical—and fun!—ways that social-emotional learning can be integrated into traditional lessons.
According to a new study, people who accept their negative emotions have better psychological health.
Parents and educators can teach kids to change their fixed mindsets and see more potential in themselves and other people.
A complex new study strengthens the case for racially balanced schools—and uncovers additional advantages for students of all ethnicities.
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Christine Carter has a problem: She projects her own feelings onto her husband. This is what she’s doing about it.
New research is exploring the brain regions linked to gratitude—and it helps explain gratitude's many benefits.
New research on sex in relationships shows the real reason it can benefit yours.
A physician learns how gratitude can bring more meaning and resilience to his work.