Worry is driven by mood, not logic. Anxiety holds your deepest yearnings. And you can subdue it for good. Three experts turn everything you know about anxiety inside out.
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Nancy K. Napier, Ph.D., is a Distinguished Professor Emerita at Boise State University, has published widely on creativity, and recently received the Medal of Friendship from Vietnam.
When we feel disconnected, how can we find ways to connect? Some countries have done it well for hundreds of years. What can we learn from them?
Instead of seeking the ever-new and exciting, sometimes just revisiting what you know can be a joy.
Blow away any assumptions you have about trees. Then, think about how they can help us live better lives.
As parents, sometimes we step into worlds that just don't make sense. Thank goodness humor helps.
Being in the wild sometimes yields lessons that can useful at home. On a recent safari, I began to wonder who to listen to if I want an accurate reading of a touchy situation.
We often assume that to continue a group, we save the youngest and newest. A new study suggests that might not be the best option.