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Pioneering pediatrician Nadine Burke Harris is transforming how public-health advocates respond to the toxic stress created by childhood adversity. Here, she shares her prescription for healing.
New York Times best-selling author Geneen Roth offers touchstones for living messily and magnificently.
The intrepid chef’s love of French food and culture changed her life — and the restaurant industry.
Best-selling author Brené Brown charts a course for regaining a spirit of connection and civility in a polarized world.
New editions of kayaking pioneer Audrey Sutherland’s classic books provide inspiration for anyone looking to make a solo journey.
Legendary waterman Gerry Lopez explores the deep connections between surfing, yoga, and living.
Best-selling author Dan Buettner shares insights from the world’s happiest people that can boost the well-being of communities and their citizens.
Explorer Tristan Gooley on how to plot a course using the sun, stars, sea, weather, plants and animals as your guides.
Roxane Gay’s bold account of her weight issues offers insight into the connections between trauma, shame, and body image.
A pioneering palliative-care expert shares his insights on the power of finding peace and possibility at the end of life.
A Silicon Valley tech consultant explains why working less can actually improve your productivity.
Susan Kaiser Greenland offers insights on how meditation can benefit kids and adults alike.
Behavioral scientist and adventurer Jon Levy shares his four-stage process for creating an epic experience anywhere.
How bringing clean water to those in need helped Scott Harrison reclaim his life and find greater purpose.
An unconventional economist embraces a bit of chaos.
Ecologist Robin Wall Kimmerer shares strategies for cultivating powerful relationships with the land.
Krista Tippett, the host of “On Being,” explains why an inquiring mind and compassionate soul can help build resilient spirits, relationships, and communities.
Fresh perspectives from a preeminent social psychologist on how we gain influence — and how these new ideas can improve our relationships.
Nonverbal-behavior expert Amy Cuddy on how to feel empowered when it matters most.