Meditation and Addiction Recovery

Emotional Detachment in a Relationship: How to Make It Work for You

If It Seems the Antidepressant Isn’t Working

Art and Mental Health

Testicular Cancer: What You Need to Know

5 Ways to Rebuild your Life and Be Happy Post-Divorce

Life Lessons From Famous Mothers in Art History

Throughout history, countless female artists and writers have blazed their own trail and impacted our society for the better with their artistic contributions. With Mother’s Day around the corner, there’s no better time to celebrate the legacies of female creatives.

5 Things You Should Know If You’re Living with a Person with Alzheimer’s Disease

One of the most difficult people to live with is a person with Alzheimer’s disease. But unlike the chronic complainer, the know-it-all, the narcissist and all those other obnoxious personalities, the behavior of an Alzheimer’s-afflicted individual is not of his own making, but is the result of failing brain cells. Which adds to the difficulty […]

Why Cultivating Awe Is Good For You

When you lay eyes on your newborn child for the first time, or traveling, you come upon a majestic mountain jutting into the clouds, or a million twinkling stars in the limitless expanse of the night sky – that indescribable, reverential feeling that engulfs you at that moment is awe.

Use Your Hobbies to Develop Mindfulness

In developing mindfulness in people, hobbies are not what usually come to mind. But to the popular and tried-and-true methods– meditation, yoga – for building a mindful disposition, psychologists and analysts have found that hobbies are a great tool, too.