There is a light within each one of us, not just some of us, but is in all of us. We are more alike than the differences than we profess.
Mind & Spirit
The year 2020 hasn’t been one to remember – in fact, for a lot of people it has been an outright nightmare. Amid such suffering, people need some joy.
We can all have moments where we feel like the world doesn't have any room for us anymore. To find some balance, consider these top tips for creating self-care spaces in your home.
Are spirituality, alternative and natural lifestyles waging a war on science, or is there something more complex at play?
We are in a historic moment of trauma in the United States. How do we face these things fully, let in the devastation, and then both heal and act?
Hiking is a near-perfect combination of elements known to relax us, raise our alertness, elevate our self-esteem, and physically prepare us for true rest afterward.
Families Can Support Kids' Mental Health Whether They're Learning Remotely Or At School – Here's How
As a family therapist and professor of educational psychology who studies resilience in families under stress, I can assure you there’s no single schooling option that guarantees a happy, healthy kid or dooms a child to despair.
When COVID-19 invaded the world, everyone became subjected to something that the elderly have often had to deal with on their own — social isolation and loneliness.
Most prison artists don’t consider making art until they become incarcerated. For many, it is a choice of growth over deterioration.
As people in the U.S. mark six months of coronavirus, the challenges of coping with life during a pandemic continue to evolve. Most recently, reopening of parts of society under unsettled conditions and lingering threat are creating formidable demands on…
No one can avoid today’s social media reach. From TV shows to advertisements to the constant stream from our devices, we are going to be prompted to leave a comment, to tweet, to add a hashtag to our posts, and more.
UC Berkeley scientists have surveyed more than 2,500 people in the United States and China about their emotional responses to these and thousands of other songs from genres including rock, folk, jazz, classical, marching band, experimental and heavy metal.