We remember acts of goodness, compassion, and bridge-building from the past year.
We round up the most-read Greater Good articles from the past year—and our editors pick the best of the rest.
How can you tell if a scientific study about the pandemic is valid and useful? We have some tips.
Tired of living with coronavirus restrictions? You're not alone. But here's why we need to persevere.
Can parents and educators support opportunities for children to play, when so many of their activities are restricted by COVID-19?
According to Jacob Hess, talking across our political differences is the hardest mindfulness practice of all.
The election is over, but many young people will need help understanding what just happened.
Research suggests that more economic and racial equality means more voting—and more voting means more equality.
Before you try any tips to reduce anxiety, you have to understand your own anxiety routines, a new book argues.
Here are science-backed ways we can reduce hatred and division.
Many of the keys to a satisfying, lasting bond are probably already present in your relationship.
It’s time for the Greater Goodies, honoring movies from one of the most difficult years in living memory.
This month, find a sense of awe and peace.
COVID-19 took a toll on our relationships. Understanding why might help us come back together.
Around the world, trust and generosity helped us cope with crisis.
A new book provides lessons for everyone about cultivating strong emotional attachments with romantic partners.