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Why this demographic may be suffering the most.
One editor shares her experience on the mat.
According to Susan David, Ph.D., labeling your emotions correctly can leave you more equipped to deal with them.
Easier said than done.
For introverts, preparation is especially key.
Another uncomfortable side effect of anxiety.
The striking mental health effects of COVID-19.
As if we needed more proof yoga can benefit the brain.
Could there possibly be benefits to anger?
The antidote to overwhelm and depression is taking action.
Mental burnout is a gradual process and can be self-induced. This simple tip will help you become more present in and accomplished with your daily...
Are you revenge spending or revenge traveling now that lockdown's over?
This attachment style encompasses three others.
We tend to get the two mixed up quite a lot.
If you've ever felt guilty about buying something, read this.
Let's break down what emotional eating really means.
The ultimate chill pill.
There is a sickness in our society that has given you (as a Black person) plenty of reason to worry.
All it takes is a little mindfulness.
Doomscrolling, also called doomsurfing, was recently placed on Merriam-Webster's "Words We're Watching" list.