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Balance

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By Kara Douglass Thom
The surprising ways that honest, authentic dialogue can deepen your friendships.
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By Alexandra Smith, MA, LPCC
Individual therapy sessions are great for mental-health support, but group therapy also offers a variety of unique advantages.
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By Molly Tynjala
Respectful debate and setting expectations are key.
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By Molly Tynjala
A bibliophile’s guide to creating — and sustaining — a great reading group.
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By Jessie Sholl
The power of positive thinking is undeniable, but insisting on always maintaining a sunny disposition can also have a dark side. Our experts share advice for taking the bad with the good.
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By Katherine Reynolds Lewis
Technology has reshaped the way we process our feelings. This expert advice can help us navigate the digital emotional landscape more smoothly.
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By Kaelyn Riley
By taking a streamlined approach, you'll have more space in your kitchen — and room in your budget — for the tools you'll actually use.
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By Katherine Reynolds Lewis
How knowing these four different communication styles can improve your relationships.
Sign in an autumn park with the words "Courage" and "Fear"
By Courtney Helgoe
Psychotherapist Richard Schaub shares insights from his groundbreaking work on how we can acknowledge our vulnerability, build our courage, and find a path to serenity, even in a scary world.
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By Kaelyn Riley
Ease your concerns about the unknown by learning to get comfortable with the unknowable.
An illustration of a woman lying on a bed with a cloud of jumbled thoughts coming out of her head.
By Alexandra Smith, MA, LPCC 
These strategies can help you break free from the spiral of negative thoughts.
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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.
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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.
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By Jon Spayde
For many couples, the majority of domestic tasks tend to fall to one partner. Sharing the labor can build equity — and enhance your relationship.
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By Jessie Sholl
Nearly everyone has experienced money issues, but for some, fretting over finances becomes full-bore anxiety. These three expert tips can help ease your worries.
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By Jessie Sholl
A record number of Americans are choosing not to have children. Learn why it’s a valid choice, and how you might better relate to it.
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By Laine Bergeson Becco, FMCHC
Rediscover the real source of the holiday season’s magic.
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By Katherine Reynolds Lewis
Welcome physical contact is good for our health and happiness.
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By Jessie Sholl
In an increasingly digital work culture, holding space for loved ones can be challenging. These expert tips can help you invest in the connections that matter most.
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By Jessie Sholl
Keep your relationship with your device healthy and mindful by turning it into an ally rather than an adversary. Here are three easy smartphone-addiction hacks.
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By Elizabeth Millard
Participating in research projects can connect you with nature, fight climate change, and strengthen your community.
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