A new study finds that movies can offer children insights about life, and inspire them with moral beauty and heroism.
A new study finds that teens involved in youth programs develop more critical reflection and take more action to fight injustice and inequality.
Whether children have siblings is much less important to how they develop than their families' financial and emotional resources.
A new study finds that awe makes children more giving toward refugees—and more calm.
This month, find moments of compassion, gratitude, and resilience with your family.
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.
Conversations about race and racism can help children engage with these topics and combat the negative messages they learn from society.
The Empathy Across the USA program connects diverse classrooms to help students build understanding and take action on local issues.
While votes for the 2020 election are counted, our contributors weigh in on what we as individuals can do now to preserve our well-being and…
Are you struggling to discover your purpose? That may be because you feel isolated from other people. Here's how you can overcome that.
The modern midlife crisis comes from the stresses of caregiving for both children and parents, while facing financial struggles.
Sibling relationships affect us more than we probably realize—and we can work on improving them at any age.
The decision whether to cosleep with your baby is extremely controversial—and there are two sides to the story.
Print this list for Mother’s Day—or for your next family dinner or gathering.
For International Women's Day, we gathered articles that aim to help women take care of themselves and each other, make a living, raise…
A psychologist mines big data on teens and finds many ways this generation—the “iGens"—is different from Boomers, Gen Xers, and Millennials.