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The Best Way to Support a Friend Who Is Having a Hard Time

What is the best way to support a friend in need? According to research, this may be the wrong question. Simply showing up and...

Age and Attitude: How You Think About Aging Impacts How You Age

Surely you have seen the meme with smoking hot Jennifer Lopez next to matronly Golden Girl, Rue McClanahan, with the caption: Jennifer Lopez is...

How To Help Teens Navigate Stress and Boost Resilience

Being a teenager has never been easy but these days seems harder than ever. In addition to the ordinary stresses of coming of age...

How To Bolster and Boost Mental Health During a Transition

Transitions can be exciting but also stressful. In my experience, people tend to respond to major life changes in one of two ways: Denial...

The Experiences That Make People Happiest

We may be creatures of habit but research suggests that the best way to boost our everyday happiness is to shake up our routine....


Just a little more movement in our daily lives can make a big difference and reduce the likelihood of becoming an active couch potato.


Those who addictively consume news are more likely to suffer from stress, anxiety, and physical health problems, a new study reports. https://neurosciencenews.com/news-addiction-psychology-21280/

2/3 of Parents Say Their Kid Is Self-Conscious About Their Appearance https://www.healthline.com/health-news/2-3-of-parents-say-their-kids-are-self-conscious-about-their-appearance

The opposite of burnout isn’t doing nothing, or even scaling back. It’s engagement. As counterintuitive as that seems, adding energizing activities to your schedule just might make life feel more doable. https://www.nytimes.com/2022/09/13/opinion/burnout-quiet-quitting.html

In times of need, people just want to feel supported.