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A Hospice Doctor On Why We Should Talk More About End-Of-Life Experiences

People fight to have relevance, to find meaning—right up until their very last breath.

This Father Lost Two Sons To Overdose — Here's What He Learned About Grief

I lost my marriage. I lost both of my sons. For a time, I lost my way.

Steve Grant
February 9

Researchers Find A Key To Staying Calm In Anxiety-Inducing Situations

Whether it's watching a scary movie, driving late at night, or preparing for a big public speech, we all have situations that can make us anxious or...

Christina Coughlin
February 2

This Is What Scary Movies Teach Us About How Our Brains React To Fear

A horror movie has the ability to inflict fear on its viewers, but how far does this fear really go—and how long can it last?

Christina Coughlin
January 25

We Knew Mindfulness Could Help Anxiety — But Now There's Science To Back It Up

With the stress of the holidays and family time finally starting to wind down, now is a good time to take a moment to reflect inward.

Christina Coughlin
January 7

Safety Signals Are An Easy, Scientifically Proven Way To Beat Anxiety

A new study has shown how we can use safety signals to our anxiety-combatting advantage.

Sarah Regan
December 9 2019
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One Gift Idea With Mental Health Benefits You Probably Haven't Thought Of

This holiday season, the gift of therapy is now one of the easiest to give.

Krista Soriano
December 9 2019

3 Ways To Be More Resilient, From This Happiness Expert

Neil Pasricha knows a thing or two about how to live a happy life.

Jason Wachob
November 19 2019

Mindfulness Can Help Us Process Fear More Rationally, Study Finds

Can we train our brains to not overreact to fear stimuli?

Jenni Gritters, M.S.
October 17 2019

How To Turn Your Biggest Fears Into Opportunity

Here's how you can kick your fears and get started on your future.

Koya Webb, NASM-CPT
June 13 2019

7 Habits That Build Courage (And A Better Life)

It starts with an awareness of your relationship with fear.

Kate Swoboda
May 19 2019