• How to Get Over your Perfectionism and Start Getting Real

    It can be hard to appreciate how great your life is when you’re consumed with feelings of self-doubt. And really, in this day and age, who doesn’t have some insecurities sometimes? Our culture loves perfection in all its forms. Whether the pressure to be perfect is explicit or implicit, and whether we’ve internalized the messages […]

  • How to feel better about your naked body

    How to feel better about your naked bod (and maybe your whole life) by tonight.

  • How to Bring More Happiness Into Your Life

    What if happiness is already a part of you and you just don’t know it? What if happiness is simply about changing your state of mind?

  • Missing Links: Reclaiming the Power of Friendship

    Once female friends survive a crisis, they become closer; they can count on each other and act as a shield against the world.

  • Sleepyheads Face Risk of Stroke

    Sleeping for more than eight hours a night, snoring and daytime drowsiness was associated with an increased risk of stroke, researchers report.

  • Living With Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

    Authors of a book on chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia write about conventional and alternative treatments for the illnesses that frustrates both doctors and patients.

  • 10 Myths About ADHD

    Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder is a chronic, disruptive behavior disorder that is typically seen in children but is increasingly being identified in adolescents and young adults. Learn about the myths.

  • Q&A: What to Say When a Child Dies

    What do you, as a concerned friend, do when a parent’s worst nightmare comes true?

  • How a doctor learns to give stitches

    How do you feel, knowing how doctors learn to sew up patients? Would you be OK with a med student practicing sutures on you, whether you were awake or under anesthesia?

  • Helping Friends in Need During the Holidays

    How to transform your good intentions into real support Helping a Friend Through Divorce “Divorce is one of the most gut-wrenching experiences a person can go through,” says Robert Emery, a professor of psychology at the University of Virginia, in Charlottesville, and the author of The Truth About Children and Divorce. “Just because it’s common […]

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