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Therapists and coaches use distinct tools to help us heal from past traumas or embark on new life adventures. Discover whether professional counseling may be helpful for you.
Roxane Gay’s bold account of her weight issues offers insight into the connections between trauma, shame, and body image.
Taking some time every day to reflect on how things are going can help you move in a more meaningful direction.
The art of feeling satisfied with ourselves and our lives in a world that consistently asks us to do, be, and have more.
If your busy schedule is making you crazy, it may be time to reevaluate your priorities.
Journalist Manoush Zomorodi shows how exchanging your smartphone for moments of discomfort can boost creativity.
How a little problem-solving and perseverance can help you move closer to your vision.
The first step, says one expert, is to challenge the notion of a “perfect” body.
What does “strength” mean to you?
These simple strategies can help steady your nerves when the heat is on.
Emily Esfahani Smith’s four pillars of meaning can help anyone dealing with the stresses of daily life.
A look at how the ways we’re living have changed in recent decades — and why it’s important to adapt and grow.
Why it’s important to move beyond our gender-based expectations.
In her compelling new book, Judgment Detox, Gabrielle Bernstein outlines a process to move away from judgment.
In the face of hardship, some people manage to find deeper meaning and purpose. Discover the factors of post-traumatic growth.
Why we’re getting real about all things health and fitness in 2018.
A wellness expert shares how she makes time for good food, fitness, quality sleep, and her family.
Instead of ordering everything online this holiday season, why not try making your own gifts? Here are 10 ideas from Experience Life to try.
How a river can show us what it truly means to give and receive.
Go behind the scenes at our cover shoot with wellness author Latham Thomas and learn how she has expanded her capacity to give and receive.