Study of behavior and mind, neuroscience
How to Defuse Tension at the Dinner Table During the Holidays - The New York Times
Here are three common-sense tips to help you feed your hunger and not your emotions, from dietician Eve Lahijani. Imagine if eating were as simple as, say, refueling a car. You’d fill up only when …
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6 tips from designer and futurist Pamela Pavliscak on how to have a more joyful relationship with technology, without doing a digital detox or quitting your devices.
We can shift our mindset toward more optimism and happiness.
Perfectionism often comes hand in hand with isolation, shame, and loss. Here's how to overcome perfectionism with the help of resilience and self-compassion.
How can you unearth humor in everyday life? Best-selling author Michael Lewis goes looking for laughs.
What we are taught matters most for weight loss actually matters least.
Practice is crucial for rewiring the brain to create lasting and positive habit change. Understanding the neuroscience of habit change can help.
What to Say (and What Not to Say) to Someone Who’s Grieving - The New York Times
Helping get to the root..
Many microexpressions are similar, no matter where you’re from.
Every time a bad day does not destroy you, your brain keeps track of it as a small victory.
Learning from suicide attempt survivors can help foster empathy and understanding, reduce stigma, and prevent future deaths by suicide.
“GROWTH coaching model visualised”
You probably have a hunch about which one you are, but why not take this quiz — from organizational psychologist Adam Grant — and double-check? Knowing your traits will help you figure out how you …