Anna Sale, host of Death, Sex, and Money, practices awe as an antidote to her anxiety.
For our 100th episode, host Dacher Keltner sits in the guest chair and tries one of the most popular happiness practices.
When was the last time you stopped to admire a tree? Our guest finds that paying attention to the greenery near his home can bring peace of mind.
Trees don't just compete with one another for resources, they also cooperate. Scientist and author Suzanne Simard explains the surprising…
What is it about certain melodies that can relax our nerves and rock us to sleep? We explore the science of calming music with pianist Rosey Chan.
Feeling awe can boost your mood and make you feel more connected with others. Comedian Chris Duffy learns how to tap into it.
A new book explains how feeling awestruck can make you happier, healthier, and more connected.
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…
Knowing what depression looks like and how to manage it can help prevent you from slipping into dark moods.
Even if we can't be around other people, we can take steps to heal loneliness.
We round up the most-read Greater Good articles from the past year—and our editors pick the best of the rest.
The pandemic has taught us some important lessons about how to take care of ourselves and each other.
What happens when we spend time outdoors? We explore how getting out in nature can restore peace of mind—and make us more creative.
A scientist and an artist explain how the new animated film uses visuals and music to bring awe to life.