Living in an era of constant connection, we fear the risk of burning out from our emotions. But research suggests that we expand our compassion bandwidth without hurting ourselves.
We’re not always our best and sometimes we even turn into crabby jerks. Learning about these situations can help you be at your best at all times.
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.
We get caught up in making everything perfect–but at what cost? Check out what research says about the secrets of inner perfection.
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?
Especially in the past few months, we have been inundated with tragedy and conflict on the news. Research shows that watching the news has an effect on how we approach our lives and our well-being.
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
Mindfulness gives leaders the edge they need to succeed. Here are some ways leaders can be more mindful!
It’s easy to get caught up in our own stress and don’t think we don’t have time to give to others. But just simple acts of giving makes us happier and feel more connected!
Follow these 7 science-based tips and SERIOUSLY improve your well-being!