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Sometimes, a burst of anger can be productive and have health benefits.
How releasing past hurts can be helpful.
How is it we can have it all and still feel unsatisfied with our lives? Find out how to use your longing to create lasting success.
What we can learn from our “gut sense.”
Best-selling author Dan Buettner shares insights from the world’s happiest people that can boost the well-being of communities and their citizens.
When it comes to the quest for greater happiness, waiting and hoping are out. Learning and practicing are in. Here’s how to create your own happy reality — starting now.
New York Times best-selling author Dan Buettner’s new book offers lessons from experts and the world’s happiest people for boosting the well-being of communities and the people who live in them.
Why even tiny acts of generosity can bring you joy.
Psychologist Emily Esfahani Smith challenges our fixation on happiness and maintains that true satisfaction comes from creating a life of purpose.
Most of us hedge the truth on occasion, but small fibs can add up to a lot of stress. Learn how — and why — to keep it real.
These tips can help you stop projecting your less-flattering traits onto other people.
Holding a grudge? Here are seven tips to make peace with others and move on.
Simple ways to become your bravest self.
In her fierce new book, White Hot Truth, Danielle LaPorte talks about overcoming self-help fatigue and learning to love yourself.
Even small transitions can upset your daily routines. Restore your sense of balance and ease with these tips.
Jealousy is a feeling that few of us welcome. But by noticing the messages that underlie our jealous feelings, we stand to discover a great deal about ourselves – and the unrecognized desires that may be trying to get our attention.
A skeptical journalist sets out to discover the keys to a happy life — and finds herself changed in the process.
Fresh perspectives from a preeminent social psychologist on how we gain influence — and how these new ideas can improve our relationships.
Transform your relationships by changing the way you listen.
Well-being is not simply the result of good genes or good luck, says pioneering researcher Richard Davidson, PhD. It’s a skill we can cultivate.
Increase your self-awareness and improve your relationships by getting to know your personality’s basic instincts.