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Count Your Blessings

April 13, 2017 - 4 stories
It's not enough just to feel grateful. Letting your gratitude be known is key. Cover Image: Bill Noll/iStock

Love Thyself

April 12, 2017 - 4 stories
Look in the mirror and give yourself a little unconditional love. And if you’re actually kind to yourself, maybe you'll open the door for others around you. Cover Image: OlgaDanylenko/Shutterstock
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From Gloom to Bloom

April 11, 2017 - 4 stories
How to turn yourself around—from scowl to grin. Here are essays about negative thinking, the ego blow, letting go, and facing failure. Cover Image: iStock ID 000006047343

Are You on Autopilot?

April 10, 2017 - 4 stories
Some people drift unconsciously through their days more than others. Here's how to smell the roses and then some. Cover Image: Ilham-rahmansyah-Pixabay
April 1 - 7

April 1 - 7

April 08, 2017 - 8 stories
Here are the week's posts you must read, including essays on improving memory, your limiting beliefs, solitude, and more.

Man’s Best Friend

April 07, 2017 - 4 stories
Dogs, cats, hamsters, they really are your best friends. And here’s why your healthier for it. Cover Image: Pekic/Shutterstock

The Rules of Attachment

April 06, 2017 - 4 stories
What's your attachment style? Whether it's clingy or ambivalent or avoidant, understanding your style can help you navigate (and correct) relationship issues. Picjumbo/Pexels

Spring Renewal

April 05, 2017 - 4 stories
Take spring cleaning to a new level, change your habits and reach your goals. Cover Image: Gpointstudio/Shutterstock

What's Your Motivation?

April 04, 2017 - 4 stories
Do you want to reach your goals, turn off unwanted habits, and overcome obstacles? Here's how science can show the way. Cover Image: DavidMarcu/Pexels
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Hear and Be Heard

April 03, 2017 - 4 stories
Here's how to open your ears, as well as make yourself heard in a difficult conversation. Cover Image: Greg Raines/Unsplash
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Fooled Again

April 01, 2017 - 4 stories
Why are we so gullible? Whether it's fake news and con jobs, we're subjected to the power of suggestion more than we know. Cover Image: Marie Killen/Flickr

Top Posts: March 2017

March 31, 2017 - 25 stories
Welcome spring with these good reads, including essays on social support, math anxiety, the terrible twos, and more. Cover Image: Kazuend/Unsplash
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The Season of Protest

March 30, 2017 - 4 stories
From pink pussy hats to the immigration ban, protest is on the streets. How does individual discontent morph into (organized or disorganized) group movement, or even groupthink? Cover Image: Alice Donovan Rouse/StockSnap

The Disappointing Friend

March 29, 2017 - 4 stories
Sometimes, it seems, a friendship delivers nothing but disappointment. Whether you need to adjust your expectations, or just walk away, here's how to manage a dissatisfactory alliance. Cover Image: Denniro/Shutterstock

The Kids Are All Right

March 28, 2017 - 4 stories
Though we know that a chaotic childhood can do great damage, there’s evidence that some kids know how to thrive. Read on for other research on dreaded test scores, body image, and shut eye for Johnny. Cover Image: NPelusi

The Color of Bias

March 27, 2017 - 4 stories
Embracing the science of implicit bias. But what do such studies—and related programs—really reveal? Plus, read about hate crimes, diversity training, and more. Cover Image: Andresr/Shutterstock
March 18 - 24

March 18 - 24

March 25, 2017 - 7 stories
Embrace spring with these essays about your gut health, attachment styles, mental illness, and more

The Secrets We Keep

March 24, 2017 - 4 stories
Often, keeping a secret can be hurtful. Then again, divulging it may be just as cruel and damaging. How to handle unforgiving information. Cover Image: LuckyLuke/Shutterstock


March 23, 2017 - 4 stories
Have you been betrayed, hoodwinked, and cheated? Read about trust, deception, and betrayal. Cover Image: PhotoMediaGroup/Shutterstock

Sweet Revenge

March 22, 2017 - 4 stories
Getting your revenge sounds sweet, but you may end up hurting yourself along the way. Sometimes the best retribution is simply living an honest, good life. Cover Image: FisherPhotostudio/Shutterstock