By reducing stress, frequent hugs may help you stay healthier.
Linda Wasmer Andrews
Vagueness is the downfall of a resolution.
Andrea Bonior, Ph.D.
We offer kids small interventions and hope things will change. It doesn't always work that way.
Michael Ungar, Ph.D.
Motivate yourself with acts of kindness, not with the punishment of guilt and shame.
Steven Stosny, Ph.D.
Step One to breaking free of a toxic relationship: Create a mantra. Step Two: Stop all contact.
Jeffrey Bernstein, Ph.D.
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Call of the Wild
Shaped by frontier life, the American mindset is steeped in the tradition of exploration and self-sufficiency. Even in a world of increasing digital connectivity, for many, few ideals trump the allure of living off the land.
What It's Like to Spend Months in Solitude
Meet Samsara Chapman, a fire lookout in Montana’s Scapegoat Wilderness Area.
by Brooke Lea Foster
Slow Living: What's the Appeal?
Would you like to slow your life down?
by Emily Matchar
Nature and the Female Mind
For women, communing with the natural world brings big benefits.
by Katherine Schreiber
A glimpse into two households living off the grid in the American wilderness.
by Brad Waters
The Chill of the Hunt
Hunting helps children understand life and death.
by Carlin Flora
ADHD's Outdoor Cure
Playing outdoors may curb the disorder.
by Willow Lawson
Near is the New Far
Bringing nature into urban centers.
by Richard Louv
A Death in the Desert
How spiritual devotion lead one couple to tempt fate in the wilderness.
by Jesse Hyde
Is Natural Better?
Reassessing what's best in food, healing, and living in the big outdoors.
by Susan Heitler, Ph.D.
Alone, In Pain, Dirty, Burdened, Poor…and Utterly Fulfilled?
A most unlikely peak experience?
by Bella DePaulo, Ph.D.
Is City Life Hostile to Children?
Another reason for returning to the land
by Nigel Barber, Ph.D.
Must You Be a Cave-Dwelling Hermit to Write a Novel?
Utter isolation is a fond fantasy for many creative types.
by Susan K. Perry, Ph.D.
Roger Ebert’s Secret of Success
Which way to go when looking for freedom?
by Galen Guengerich, Ph.D.
5 New Year's Resolutions for Couples
by Suzanne Degges-White, Ph.D.
Why Sexual Narcissists Make Unfaithful Partners
by Susan Krauss Whitbourne, Ph.D.
I Don't Like You and I Don't Know Why
by Jack Schafer, Ph.D.
6 Signs of Narcissism You May Not Know About
Dating: The Soft Breakup
by Matt Huston
Are You Dating an Abuser?
by Steven Stosny, Ph.D.
How Do Children Comprehend the Concept of Death?
by James A. Graham, Ph.D.
The Stress-Sex Connection
by Andrew Goliszek, Ph.D.
What Your Fear is Telling You
by Jennice Vilhauer, Ph.D.
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