A new study finds that positive online interactions with peers can be a social lifesaver for adolescents during lockdown.
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A new study suggests that everyday experiences of empathy contribute to our well-being and kind behavior toward others.
Here are three ways educators can support their students (and each other) this fall.
Play is a radical and liberatory activity for Black children. As adults, we have a responsibility to promote and participate in it, too.
A new study suggests that affection from dads can help children grow up to be more satisfied with their lives and accepting of themselves.
Focusing on funny things can reduce stress, anxiety, and make us feel more connected to others. Our guests, who were high school sweethearts,…
Research suggests that practicing gratitude, forgiveness, mindfulness, and self-compassion may improve our sleep during stressful times.