Sometimes it’s difficult to find the motivation to take care of the world around us. Studies suggest that empathy can act as a catalyst to take action against climate change.
With the stress of the holidays, it’s easy to let relationships fall to the wayside. But research on the power of music suggests that going caroling this holiday season can help you keep those relationships strong.
Qualities like gender, ethnicity, and nationality tend to define us more than being human. What happens when we try to identify with all of humanity?
Having a hard time communicating or connecting with others? Research suggests that a light touch on the shoulder or hand can make you more persuasive.
Having trouble finding Christmas presents for your loved ones? This holiday season, try giving the gift of yourself!
Feeling forced to say “thanks” at Thanksgiving dinner? Try these four exercises to help get the gratitude going.
With the stress of the holidays, it’s tempting to look out only for yourself. But it turns out that helping out in your community not only does good for others, but also has some health benefits for yourself.
Sometimes we can get so self-absorbed that we forget about the people around us. A new study finds that feelings of awe of the world around us can inspire us to be more generous towards others
We all want to be remembered for something, to leave some sort of legacy. But we’re wrong when we think that success will make us most famous. It is by giving, not getting, that we are most remembered.
We love tech and social media, but sometimes it makes us feel blue. Try these tips on avoiding 6 tech traps so you can use technology AND maintain your bliss!