This month, process your emotions and connect with what matters.
Music and the arts can help students transition back to school this year.
These well-being practices can help students feel connected and resilient during the pandemic.
Our guest tries a practice to help her feel compassion toward others—even those she disagrees with.
New research suggests how people are bouncing back from the daily challenges of living with the COVID-19 pandemic.
Let's not forget what we learned from going through a pandemic.
Research on wars, natural disasters, and other crises reveals how to protect our children’s mental health.
A sleep expert weighs in on how to get a better night’s rest during this time of heightened stress.
A psychologist mines big data on teens and finds many ways this generation—the “iGens"—is different from Boomers, Gen Xers, and Millennials.
Gone are the bumbling dads of yesteryear. Our crack team of TV watchers found that today's representations of fathers have evolved and diversified.
Research on mindfulness apps is limited, but here’s what we know so far.
Text messaging can breed disastrous misunderstandings between people. Here’s how to stop that from happening.
Forget the Oscars. With the Greater Goodies, we're honoring movies from the past year that exemplify forgiveness, resilience, empathy, and…
A Q&A with MIT professor Sherry Turkle about her new book, Reclaiming Conversation.
This generation has seen serious increases in mental health problems, but smartphones are unlikely to blame.
New research is exploring how phubbing—ignoring someone in favor of our mobile phone—hurts our relationships, and what we can do about it.