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An emergency physician shares what she has learned about embedding mindfulness practice into a busy, complex, and chaotic ER.
Humor researcher Thomas Ford explores how disparaging humor increases prejudice—and what we can do to laugh together again.
Christine Carter follows these research-backed steps to turn her good intentions into successful achievements.
A sense of purpose makes us physically and psychologically stronger. But what if your purpose is hateful and destructive?
From nonprofits to Fortune 500 companies, learn how organizations are embracing a culture of gratefulness.
According to a new book, many of the things we learn about how to be successful are wrong.
K-12 teachers offer practical—and fun!—ways that social-emotional learning can be integrated into traditional lessons.