Values are what bring distinction to your life. You don't find them, you choose them. And when you do, you're on the path to fulfillment.
Disruptive behavior disorders are poorly understood and difficult to treat. But we know that harsh discipline is not the answer.
Joscha Bach has dedicated his life to creating an emotional AI that mimics the human brain.
Polyandry is far from novel or unnatural—and it may even suggest a path into the future.
A mother arranges a new way give her sons stability despite her divorce.
In an era of stark division, we need to engage each other in the public square as much as possible.
Marcia Bjornerud has spent a career thinking of time in eras, periods, and epochs.
Been ghosted? It may have little to do with you. Blame it on “relationshopping.”
The birth of Nathaniel Mary Quinn's distinct artistic style.
Prebiotics get delayed treatment in the gut, and that's good news for the brain.
Word choice can reflect the urgency of our messages and increase their impact.
The spectrum of sounds humans emit are central to our sense of who we are and where we come from.
The point at which language-learning ability starts to decline may be later than expected.
She sought love, not to be under someone’s control.
For an increasingly visible group, the rules of love have changed.
Has being overprotective of college students' emotional safety made them more distressed?
Rejecting an advance is often more difficult than suitors appreciate.
Lousy options can be as hard to select from as great ones.
Songs that mix the recognizable and the unusual could strike the balance we desire.
Upcoming events may alter the way we think about and use the preceding time.