Having a meaningful, long-term goal is good for your well-being. Here’s how to find one.
Researchers call the warm feeling we get when we see generosity “moral elevation.” It not only feels good but inspires us to want to do good ourselves.
Humans are a profoundly social species; our desire for social connection is embedded in our evolutionary history, and is highly important to our well-being.
The brain’s brilliant malleability allows us to acquire new skills, drop bad habits, adapt to environments, and heal from trauma and injury
Is your glass half-empty or half-full? How you answer this question about positive thinking may reflect your outlook, attitude, and even affect your health.
Practices have been shown to increase positive emotions, including gratitude, spending on others, meditation and mindfulness.