Feeling Lonely? You May Be Damaging Your Health

Loneliness has been linked to inflammation and even higher mortality rates. Find out if you have an unhealthy level of loneliness and what you should do about it.

Four Things Not to Do When You Feel Anxious

Trying to make the anxiety go away won’t work. Many of the common ways you react to anxiety are unhelpful and make things worse.

3 Negative Thinking Patterns to Avoid — What to Do Instead

Although you can’t always control what you think, you can learn to identify when you’re sinking into a negative pattern and reboot to a more constructive cognitive pathway.

A Back to School Stress-Management Toolkit for Teens

This time of year involves transition. Whether it's adjusting to high school, the new academic semester, or going off to college, teens need new coping tools to de-stress!

Five Ways Mindfulness Makes Your Relationship Happier

We all want happier relationships, but few of us know the keys to relationship satisfaction. Mindfulness may hold the answer!
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8 Powerful Steps to Self-Love

Shaming and criticizing yourself lead to inner rebellion and giving up, while self-compassion gives you hope and trust in the process of change. Learn the "how" of self-compassion.
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Five Tips and Skills to Manage Your Time That Actually Work

In today’s hectic, connected world it seems like we should be busy 24/7 just to keep up. Learn how to honor your goals and protect your time so you can achieve them.

7 Stress Hacks You Can Use in the Next 5 Minutes

Science is helping us find new, simple and quick ways to de-stress by activating different brain networks and nervous system responses.Here are 7 new ways to manage your stress.

Stuck in Negative Thinking? It Could Be Your Brain

Do you ever wonder why depressed people get stuck in negative thinking cycles and repetitive rumination? It turns out that this is due to a brain network gone haywire.

8 Empowering Ways to Stop Feeling Guilty

Do you feel guilty a lot more than you should? Do you think it's selfish to say "no"? Learn 8 powerful tools to get rid of unnecessary or unwanted guilt.

Americans Just Broke a New Record for Stress and Anxiety

In January 2017, for the first time, the American Psychological Association's Stress in America survey found a statistically significant increase in stress and anxiety in America.

Five Secrets to a Stress-Proof Brain

You may want to get rid of stress, but you can’t! But you can learn to accept your stress and transform the way you think about it so you can benefit from its positive aspects.

Do Relationships Make Us Healthier and Happier?

Satisfying relationships not only make us happy, they also influence our health as much as getting enough sleep, eating healthy, or not smoking. But what about toxic relationships?

Why Some Stress Is Good for You

We all know some pretty successful and happy people who have experienced difficult childhoods. Does this mean stress can actually be good for you? Research shows us the answers.

Living Mindfully With Chronic Pain and Illness

One of the most useful applications of mindfulness is to help people accept and adapt to uncontrollable circumstances in their lives like chronic pain and illness.

5 Proven Truths About Finding Happiness

There is no magic pill that can make us happy forever, but when we better understand the nature of happiness we can become more skillful at staying happy.

Is a Vacation or Meditation the Key to Stress Relief?

You're feeling chronically stressed out by work, money, family, or commuting. Will a vacation solve the problem or do you need to take more drastic measures like meditating?

To Get Over a Breakup, Change Your Mindset

Although breakups are painful, some people are better able to pick themselves up and move on, while others ruminate for months and years in ways that hurt their chances of success

5 Proven Ways to Beat Temptation and Boost Your Willpower

Self-control is difficult, but it doesn’t have to be. Making an early decision to change your environment takes less effort and is likely to be more successful than using willpower

Can Mindfulness Make Your Relationship Happier?

Mindfulness can make us healthier and happier, more successful at work, and less stressed. But can mindfulness actually improve our romantic relationships?

How Do You Know Whether Love Will Last?

How do you know if your partner is going to stick with you through the rough patches or whether early romance will lead to more serious commitment? Research has some answers.

6 Proven Ways to Recover From Stress

Stress is a fact of life that's here to stay. Whatever your stress, you need coping tools. Read about six proven ways to reduce your feelings of stress or recover more quickly.

The Science of Love and Attachment

Are you in love or in lust? How can you build a relationship that lasts? What do we do when the excitement goes down? An understanding of brain chemicals can provide answers.

This Is Your Brain on a Breakup

After a breakup, you may find yourself obsessing about your ex-partner, unable to concentrate on other things, and feeling bad about yourself. And your brain may be the reason why!

Six Reasons You Indulge in Emotional Eating When Stressed

According to the 2014 “Stress in America” survey, 1 in 3 Americans (33%) reported overeating or eating unhealthy foods when stressed. Find out how you can curb emotional eating.

The 3 Most Common Causes of Insecurity and How to Beat Them

Do you find yourself feeling unconfident and filled with self-doubt? Are you just waiting to be exposed as inadequate? Find out why you feel insecure and what to do about it.

How Gratitude Leads to a Happier Life

Gratitude has many benefits in terms of our health, happiness, satisfaction with life and the way we relate to others. I Learn research-based strategies to be more grateful.

How Mindfulness Improves Your Brain and Relationships

Recent statistical reviews show that mindfulness has effects on at least 8 different brain regions involved in sense of self, impulse control anxiety, attention and emotion.

6 Mental Habits That Will Wear You Down

Do you struggle with self-doubt & insecurity? The best way to start feeling better about yourself is to notice the automatic mental and emotional habits that don’t serve you well.

6 Ways to Tell if You’re Dating a Narcissist

While narcissists can be attractive, entertaining, sharp, and funny, dating one will fill you with confusion, self-doubt, and damaged self-esteem.

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