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Experts weigh in on how to set healthy boundaries and what you should do if someone keeps testing them.
- Real Simple
The "always-on" culture has harmful side effects.
It seems that we all can agree that if you’re not feeling well, you should stay home from work. If your nose is running, you have a fever or severe cough, calling in sick for work is a no-brainer. But why do we only allow ourselves time off for those types of “sick” and not […]
- LA Times
Identifying culturally competent mental health professionals can help your healing journey. Here's how to find one who meets your needs
- Good Housekeeping
Need to stop procrastinating? These time-saving tips help you stop your procrastination habit, outsmart your paralysis, and actually get something done.
- Eating Well
What happens when you transition from a plant-based diet to an omnivorous one? We asked a dietitian to find out.
After nearly a year of living through a pandemic, where we’re all encouraged to stay home and stay safe and our health is at the forefront of our minds, it only makes sense that safe, accessible, at-home forms of self-care have become more of a priority. Our brains, bodies and spirits are bone tired at […]
An upbeat outlook can enhance your physical and mental well-being and even help you stay younger longer, research shows. Here, the proven ways to hone your positive mindset.
Here's what Gary Chapman's quality time love language means, quality time examples, and how to practice quality time if it's your partner's love language.
How to celebrate Dry January while being mindful of sober people in recovery, like me.
Do you have a cold, the flu or COVID-19? Here's what experts say about common symptoms, treatments and when to get tested for these illnesses.
- USA TODAY
New Year’s Eve is just around the corner. For some of us, it comes with a healthy dose of dread and disappointment.
Exercising, volunteering and socializing all bolstered wellbeing during COVID-19
Lauren was running late for the date. She was feeling cynical and guarded. “I had a sneaking suspicion he might be a bad choice — there were one too many late-night calls beforehand and he was just ever so slightly too cocky,” the 26-year-old tells me. Nonetheless, she was pretty happy to be meeting someone related to her socially (a friend of a friend) rather than another anonymous face from Hinge. She hadn’t been single long but already had dating app fatigue. Despite Lauren’s reservations, th
When it comes to dating and relationships, you’ve probably heard of the five love languages coined by Gary Chapman in his 1992 book, The Five Love Languages. These five love languages – words of affirmation, quality time, receiving gifts, acts of service and physical touch — help us to better understand ourselves and our partners […]
Plus, score tips from fitness pros on how to get the most out of your at-home workouts for beginners.
- Martha Stewart Living
Here's the what, when, and how of understanding when this medication is right for you.
When Dark Mode for the iPhone first came out, I couldn't stand seeing it on my boyfriend's phone. It felt like the screen was malfunctioning.
- Southern Living
Grab your party blowers.
- Yahoo Life
Experts say kids playing video games isn't all bad. Gaming can help distract from anxious thoughts and give kids social connection they may be lacking, making it good for kids' mental health.
A shocking percentage of people don't have this important skill, even if they think they do.
Healing your relationship with food isn't necessarily easy, but it can be done. Here, registered dietitians share how to do just that — and when you might benefit from speaking with a pro.
- Real Simple
If you're stuck in a rut, these tips will help you tidy up.
- Yahoo Life
The star is helping fans access affordable online therapy sessions.
In parts of Italy, Greece, Japan, Costa Rica and the United States, there are pockets of people who are living longer than most of us, and they’re staying