A new study suggests that when people respond enthusiastically to our good news, we feel more grateful and closer to them—especially as we age.
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John and Julie Gottman explain what to do—and what to avoid—so your arguments actually make your relationship stronger.
A communications expert offers tips for making your work meetings more productive and enjoyable.
Researcher Fred Bryant weighs in on the benefits of savoring the good during the holiday season.
What you think about in bed can keep you awake—or help you fall asleep. Here are some tips to avoid ruminating.
Research suggests that being more mindful in our everyday lives can protect our health as we age—and even help us live longer.
After recovering from depression, we still hold on to negative information too strongly—and may benefit from cultivating more positive feelings.
A new book argues that we can harness the connection between our minds and our physiology for better health.