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How Making Time for Fun Can Recharge Your Life!

By Jessie Sholl

When was the last time you cut loose and had true fun — for real? Learn why fun is so good for your health and how to find your way back to whatever brings you joy.

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The 7 Types of Rest

By Jessie Sholl

If you’re feeling run-down, you might be deficient in one of the seven types of rest. Learn how you can recharge your physical, mental, emotional, creative, social, sensory, and spiritual self.

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4 Easy Decluttering Projects

By Jill Patton, FMCHC

Clutter affects our mental and physical well-being. Focus on these high-traffic areas to maximize space and minimize stress.

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6 Strategies to Improve Your Self-Talk

By Elizabeth Millard

Try these six tips to soften self-criticism and change your internal dialogue for the better.

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18 Ways to Find Hygge

By Laine Bergeson Becco

Slow down and create an environment of warmth and coziness, Danish-style.

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Why Anxiety Is Not Your Enemy

By David H. Rosmarin, PhD

A case study in how to live — and thrive — with anxiety.

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5 Skills for Authentic Communication

By Elizabeth Millard

How to have deeper conversations.

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How to Talk About Sex With Your Partner

By Laine Bergeson Becco

Sex educators explain why talking about sex with our partners can be so challenging — and how to get more comfortable with it.

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How to Move Beyond Individualism to Create a More Loving Relationship

By Terrance Real

Strong relationships require letting go of a me-first perspective and considering the collective good. A renowned couples therapist explains how we can move past our individualism to become better partners. 

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5 Strategies for Becoming a More Conscious Traveler

By Laurel Kallenbach

Traveling is an inherent part of our human spirit, yet it can exert pressure on popular vacation destinations. Discover how you can make a positive impact on local economies while ensuring an enjoyable and fulfilling travel experience.

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What Is Body Neutrality and How Can I Embrace It?

By Elizabeth Millard

Why trading affirmation for acceptance can be freeing.

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6 Difficult Emotions and How to Deal With Them

By Jessie Sholl

We often resist challenging emotions, like anger and sadness, but embracing and accepting them is a key step toward wholeness.

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How to Become a Digital Minimalist

By Cal Newport, PhD

A three-step plan to streamline your digital life and reclaim time for what matters most to you.

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What Is a Functional Neurological Disorder?

By Mo Perry

Hybrid disorders of the brain, mind, and body once confounded physicians and researchers. Today experts are beginning to uncover the conditions’ complexities — and how to treat them.

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8 Ways to Rediscover Empathy

By Jill Patton, FMCHC

Our ability to feel compassion for others helps us survive and thrive. Learn how to feel empathy without burning out.

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5 Rules for Gathering

By Jill Patton, FMCHC

Great gatherings don’t usually happen by chance — they’re created with care. These five tips can make holiday get-togethers both meaningful and fun.

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How to Set Clear Boundaries

By Jane McCampbell Stuart, MA, LMFT, CPCC, RMFT

A renowned trauma therapist and coach explains how to manage your energy without getting swamped by other people — or hardening against them.

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5 Tips to Stay Sober

By Veronica Valli

Quitting alcohol may not be easy, but it doesn’t have to be hard forever.

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What Is Your Apology Language?

By Jessie Sholl

Just as we all have a primary love language, we also have an apology language, and it can shape how we approach mending a rift.

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