If loneliness is an epidemic, governments can offer public health guidelines for connection—which is exactly what Canada is working on.
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Instead of judgment and unreasonable expectations, what mothers need is love and care—from friends, partners, and each other.
Research suggests that being single can provide many benefits—if you get your relationship needs met elsewhere.
A new book summarizes the findings from a famous happiness study that began in the 1930s—and explains how you can be happier.
Instead of bemoaning the ills of social media, we can try to use it in ways that support our relationships, identity, and success in life.
When we have a variety of social interactions—with not just intimates, but acquaintances and strangers—we may be happier and healthier for it.
Here are four simple ways to find social support as an educational professional.
Researchers explain the most common causes of stress and distress at college, and what students can do to thrive during a big life transition.