Focusing on funny things can reduce stress, anxiety, and make us feel more connected to others. Our guests, who were high school sweethearts,…
Psychologist Jamil Zaki believes the pandemic can help inspire us to build a more compassionate world.
Have you ever been moved by music sung in a language you don't understand? We speak with Gambian musician Sona Jobarteh about how music can…
Reading picture books with authentic representations of Asian Americans can cultivate understanding and belonging in children.
How do kids develop a sense of right and wrong—and what can educators do to help them act on their conscience?
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.
Here are research-based ways to facilitate civil discourse in the classroom.
Psychologist Catherine Sanderson explains how to be more courageous in speaking up about bad behavior, from offensive speech to harmful actions.
This month, share the love and find some healing.
How well do you feel and understand what others are feeling?
This month, practice generosity and connect with your loved ones.
We can cultivate empathy throughout our lives, says Roman Krznaric—and use it as a radical force for social transformation.
The new Pixar film has moved viewers young and old to take a look inside their own minds.
This month, protect your well-being at work, at home, and in community.