Host Dacher Keltner leads us through an exercise in feeling the serenity and wonder that nature brings us, no matter where we are.
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Sometimes it's hard to just accept people for who they are. Here's how to be at peace with someone, faults and all.
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After taking our free online course, many students see big changes in the way they interact with loved ones.
While daydreaming is often beneficial, daydreams and fantasies that become compulsive can interfere with your daily life.
Chris Sharma is one of the greatest rock climbers of all time, and he's taking on some of the biggest challenges in life: becoming a parent…
Before you try any tips to reduce anxiety, you have to understand your own anxiety routines, a new book argues.
Research suggests that practicing gratitude, forgiveness, mindfulness, and self-compassion may improve our sleep during stressful times.
Are you stuck in constant self-judgment? In a new book, a clinical psychologist suggests a better way to feel good about yourself.
Greater Good’s editors pick the most thought-provoking, practical, and inspirational science books of the year.
Ruminating about your relationship isn't a healthy way to solve any problems—and it may be a way to avoid your real feelings.
Our contributors award "Greater Goodies" to the TV shows that helped them to get through the pandemic.
Research suggests that we need to overcome some emotional and cognitive barriers if we’re to learn from our defeats—but it can be done.