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A collage of pictures from a trip to Istanbul
By Maggie Fazeli Fard
Separated by decades and thousands of miles, a family reunites in Istanbul.
An illustration of two different people's hands holding a heart together.
By Elizabeth Millard
How being good to others can be good for you.
Chat bubbles of person texting
By Cat Thompson
What if every word you uttered came true instantly? What if you were required to follow through on everything you said? How would your language change? Would even be able to talk at all?
Bahram Akradi, the founder, chairman, and CEO of Life Time — Healthy Way of Life.
By Bahram Akradi
When we work toward seeing the bigger picture, we have the chance to discover our collective potential.
illustration deciding to share an image on phone
By Katherine Reynolds Lewis
Posting about your life on social media is now considered the norm — but there is some information that is best kept offline. Check out these tips on online etiquette.
a father and son showing affection
By Henry Emmons, MD
Many doctors prescribe medication for teen anxiety, but an integrative developmental and behavioral pediatrician offers these natural therapies.
Bookshelves and a laptop and books are pictured.
By the Experience Life Team
Our staff weighs in with some of their favorite anti-racist books, podcasts, movies, classes, and series.
A person holds up a knit heart against a setting sun.
By Heidi Wachter
Relationship coach and author Margot Schulman offers practices for building resiliency and deepening our relationships during the coronavirus pandemic and beyond.
Kids playing outside throwing a beach ball.
By Emily Ewen
Summer 2020 may look a little different, but there are plenty of ways to keep your kids active, entertained, and educated at home.
A child painting at a desk.
By Molly Schelper
Feel good while doing good with these three projects that encourage kids to give back.
An illustration of an ear and sound waves.
By Molly Tynjala
Here's how to hone your listening skills.
A young girl with a hula hoop outside.
By Callie Chase
What to expect when you sign your kids up for some healthy summer fun at Life Time.
An illustration of two people off in the distance standing apart from one another.
By Karen Olson
When you're in the wrong, a sincere apology can go a long way toward healing your relationships — and yourself. Here's how to offer a real apology.
Bahram Akradi, the founder, chairman, and CEO of Life Time — Healthy Way of Life.
By Bahram Akradi
As we celebrate our nation’s independence, we have an opportunity to uphold our responsibility to protect our democracy.
One lone candle is lit among a sea of candles.
By Courtney Helgoe
Grief expert David Kessler explains the importance of the “sixth stage of grief.”
A Black woman holds a broken paper heart.
By Courtney Lewis Opdahl
It’s time to do the work on creating racial equality, says our managing editor, if we want to improve community health and see vitality for all.
Bahram Akradi, the founder, chairman, and CEO of Life Time — Healthy Way of Life.
By Bahram Akradi
Even in the most trying times, there is an opportunity for growth.
Two fingers are drawn as people — one who is angry and one who has flowers and is trying to apologize.
By Karen Olson
Knowing how to apologize is important, but doing it too often can be harmful for your relationships. Here’s how to say sorry and connect with others from a place of confidence.
A child draws angry faces on a piece of paper.
By Michael Dregni
Four experts weigh in on child and family behavior amid the global pandemic.
Older woman talking to someone.
By Craig Cox
Loneliness can present a real health threat — especially for the elderly — but everywhere you look, people are finding new ways to engage with one another.
A happy family enjoys lunch together outside.
By Craig Cox
The modern nuclear family liberated us from the stifling constraints of the traditional multi-generational household, but it has exacted a painful toll on the elderly and is gradually losing its luster.
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