What Happens to Survivors of Mass Shootings? Their Untold Story
In the aftermath of a mass shooting, the attention often goes to those who lost their lives, and rightly so. But survivors struggle for years to come.
23 Good News Stories That Came Out of 2020
This roundup of great and inspiring news stories will give you the warm-and-fuzzies. Never forget all the positivity and good...
What Is “Doomscrolling”—and How Can You Stop the Cycle?
Up late reading bad news on your phone again? Here's how to stop the unhealthy habit of doomscrolling.
What Are Microaggressions? 9 Subtle Insults You Need to Stop Saying
Microaggressions can be complicated to spot and even more difficult to address because of their deep roots and even deeper...
The Psychology of How We Learn Prejudice: Are We Natural-Born Racists?
Writer Chris Mooney was convinced he was unbiased and saw everyone equally—until a simple test proved otherwise. Here's, how we...
25 Moving Acts of Generosity Proving That Kindness Will Win Over Coronavirus
During challenging times, kindness always wins.
What It’s Like to Work at a State Health Helpline During Coronavirus
Unlike the virus hotline, Michigan's warmline was been created to help residents who are struggling mentally or emotionally during the...
14 Meaningful Ways People Are Saying Thank You to Essential Workers
Many Americans are finding ways to honor the bravery and sacrifice of essential workers during the coronavirus pandemic.
10 Clever Ways People Are Celebrating Birthdays Under Quarantine
While COVID-19 may have limited people's abilities to actively go out and celebrate their birthdays, that doesn't mean creative celebrations...
Why You Shouldn’t Feel Bad About Not Being Productive During Quarantine
Productivity? Productivity? There's no productivity in quarantine!
How My Mother’s Lipstick Ritual Is Bringing Me Strength During Coronavirus
The COVID-19 pandemic has left many in a state of uncertainty. However, I've found solace and strength in my mother's...
I’m an Extrovert—Here’s How I’m Surviving Quarantine
This "new normal" will never feel normal, but these five things are helping me feel a little more at peace...
Personal Space: How Close Is Too Close?
Even before coronavirus, we all needed a little bit of space. Here’s why.
I’m a Therapist. Here’s How I’m Staying Sane During Coronavirus Quarantine.
We're experiencing a mental health crisis in this country right now.
The Psychology of Picking a President: What Your Brain Says About Your Vote
You can predict who will win the next presidential election using these simple facts, explains psychologist John D. Gartner.