In their drive for independence, teenagers can seem to reject parents. A new study suggests that the key to making them feel loved is be…
Feeling lonely? Former U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy learns why focusing on the quality of our relationships, not the quantity, can be an…
Experiencing wonder and awe in nature has many benefits, new studies find.
Having a communication breakdown? The research-backed skills of active listening can help build rapport and understanding.
A new study finds that being manipulative and disagreeable isn't the path to success.
A new book explains the sometimes-unconscious forces that shape what we see, feel, and think.
How can parents support their children at the start of an uncertain school year?
This month, process your emotions and connect with what matters.
A new study tries to shed light on the process of friendship-building.
Are you struggling to discover your purpose? That may be because you feel isolated from other people. Here's how you can overcome that.
Learning to express anger in a healthy way will help couples resolve conflicts, instead of letting them simmer.
If you want to be happier, a new study suggests, you should focus on your relationships.
Forget the Oscars. With the Greater Goodies, we're honoring movies from the past year that exemplify forgiveness, resilience, empathy, and…
If intimacy doesn't come naturally to you, new research suggests ways to improve your romantic relationships.
A Q&A with MIT professor Sherry Turkle about her new book, Reclaiming Conversation.
New research is exploring how phubbing—ignoring someone in favor of our mobile phone—hurts our relationships, and what we can do about it.