Take a moment to ground yourself with this meditation that helps bring awareness to the relationship between ourselves and the earth beneath us.
A new book argues that we can harness the connection between our minds and our physiology for better health.
We're confronted with images and videos of war, racist violence, and more online. Here's how to stay informed while taking care of yourself.
A new study finds that spending 10 minutes with your dog helps you recover more quickly from a stressful experience.
We can learn from the fly fishing industry, which shifted toward conservation thanks to decades of messaging about caring for nature.
Dr. Omar Guzman reflects on how a practice to cultivate more respect shaped the way he interacts with his patients.
You can shift your mindset and take small actions to combat climate anxiety and despair, according to our Science of Happiness podcast guests.
A new study finds that when we practice intellectual humility, we have less animosity toward the “other side” of political debates.
Are people in control, or do external forces shape our lives? Our "attributions" affect how compassionate we are to ourselves and others.
The modern midlife crisis comes from the stresses of caregiving for both children and parents, while facing financial struggles.
A new study finds that people feeling very lonely are not necessarily comforted by company.
There are many ways to be humble, according to recent research.
This month, be vulnerable and true to yourself.
The incessant pressure to perform takes a toll on children’s mental health—but there are other ways to help them find their sense of worth.
Do mental health apps work? Experts explain the risks, and how to choose one wisely.
Our contributors award "Greater Goodies" to the TV shows that illuminate qualities like empathy, authenticity, Black joy, and body positivity.