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When your aging parents aren't living as healthfully as you'd like, it can create a stressful situation — for them and you. Here's how to cope.
Having fun with your partner can bring you closer — and keep you closer over time.
The ancient healing practice of Reiki can help you feel more balanced and relaxed. Discover what this alternative treatment entails – and the many other benefits it can bestow.
How clearing out the clutter in your space can help you clear your head, too.
An extended break from work can improve your health, happiness - even your career performance. And it can be done.
Relax with guided imagery.
Boost your health, hope and happiness with a powerful dose of gratitude.
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Still holding a grudge? Here's how to make peace with those who may have wronged you – and find more peace for yourself in the process.
Tired of feeling blue, or just so-so? Positive psychology pioneer Martin Seligman, PhD, believes you can mentally exercise your way to greater happiness.
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The workday is done. You're heading for home – and into an adjustment period that can either make or break the rest of your day.
Structural Integration techniques like Rolfing can improve your posture, your athletic performance and your sense of well-being. But are you ready to be Rolfed?
For pain, sprains, broken bones and even surgical wounds, healing touch is gaining clout as an energy medicine that helps the body heal itself.
What your dreams may be telling you – and how to get it in writing.
Faced with an important task, it's not uncommon to come up against a wall of resistance. In The War of Art, author Steven Pressfield tells you how to break through.
So much for a carefree childhood. Today, even little kids are susceptible to full-size stresses. Here's where the stress comes from, and what you can do about it.
How might life be different if we approached it without assumptions and preconceptions, without knowing anything at all.
When a back injury made her desk job impossible, psychotherapist Susan Scott discovered the best medicine of all: a walk in the woods.
Has your too-busy life run roughshod over your looks? Maybe it's time you took a moment for yourself.