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Children's understanding of forgiving develops as they grow older.
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Being a "superwoman" could help African American women cope with racial discrimination—but it may have some drawbacks.
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A new study identifies the most effective approaches to bullying prevention.
Modern "rites of passage" can help teens prepare for an uncertain future.
A sense of calm offers us strength and resilience amid the chaos of life.
A new study suggests that practicing acceptance helps reduce our stress more than simple mindful awareness.
When she turned 50, Nancy Davis Kho wrote 50 gratitude letters—and the first one was to her mom.
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Different breathing patterns activate our brain networks related to mood, attention, and body awareness, a new study suggests.