Taking cues from positive psychology research can help us avoid the pitfalls of long-term relationships and maintain happier, healthier partnerships.
An instructor shares her experience teaching older adults the science (and practice) of gratitude.
We remember acts of self-sacrifice, compassion, heroism, and forgiveness from the past year.
Research suggests that young people rarely have a sense of purpose—but we can take steps to help them cultivate it.
A Q&A with Daniel Horowitz, who investigated the history of the positive psychology movement in America.
Close relationships require sacrifice. Here are seven questions to ask yourself before you give up too much.
Here's a way to be thankful all year long.
Saying “no” can be really hard. But Christine Carter has a three-step plan to get there.
Do you have commitment, trust, and attachment issues? Science helped Meghan Laslocky—and it just might help you, too.
This year, skip the New Year’s diet and do something fun.