A lack of respect is driving people to quit their jobs. What can you as a colleague do to help?
Small habits repeated regularly can help students cultivate character strengths like patience, gratitude, and kindness.
Researchers asked kids around the world about their digital lives and what kinds of online experiences would make them happy.
A broken heart can compromise the health of your actual heart—and so can extreme happiness.
A few slow, mindful paces can lower your cortisol and make you more at ease. Psychologist Dacher Keltner guides you through this Walking Meditation.
Just over 20,000 people took the GGSC self-compassion quiz—and we analyzed the results across different ages, races, and genders.
Educators and campus leaders share what they've learned about overcoming divides among college students.
Two new studies find that connecting with someone is even nicer than we expect.
Do you question your own beliefs and welcome different ways of thinking?
Are you stuck in constant self-judgment? In a new book, a clinical psychologist suggests a better way to feel good about yourself.
If you have a tendency to worry about worst-case scenarios, it's possible to get your brain on a different track.
New studies are investigating why life is such an emotional rollercoaster for certain people, and how to cultivate more stable happiness.
There are ways to figure out how aware you are of your own limitations—and to cultivate intellectual humility.
Sibling relationships affect us more than we probably realize—and we can work on improving them at any age.