After I pay for my food, Alba sticks out her elbow from behind the register and says, “Elbow Love, Dr. Leif.” I bend down and ...
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Do you savor life or let everyday stresses control you? In other words, how mindful are you? The practice of mindfulness has been linked to happiness, health, and psychological well-being, but many of ...
This year’s Thanksgiving dinner is going to look a bit different for me and my family. In the past, we’d travel to the East Coast to feast on turkey with my husband’s brothers and extended family. If ...
Happiness Calendar is a day-by-day guide to well-being. This month, we hope it helps you protect your mental health at work, at home, and in community. To open the clickable calendar, click on the ...
When we see someone being kind or generous, it gives us a warm glow feeling inside. Researchers call this “moral elevation,” and it not only feels good but inspires us to want to do good ourselves.
About 1 billion people in the world today are grandparents. Because humans are living longer, we are spending more time in the grandparenting role compared to past generations. What’s more, people are ...
Jeremy Fogel There have been Judges in every civilization that I know of, they’re always called judges, but I mean, they ...
Holidays can involve family conflict, especially after a divisive election. The solution is empathy, for yourself and others.
Is your relationship defined by honesty and dependability—or suspicion and betrayal? Research suggests that trust is an essential ingredient to a healthy relationship, but we all know how hard it can ...
When researchers refer to the concept of social connection, they mean the feeling that you belong to a group and generally feel close to other people. Scientific evidence strongly suggests that this ...
Do you have commitment, trust, and attachment issues? Science helped Meghan Laslocky—and it just might help you, too.