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How Practicing Gratitude Makes You Happier  

Science-backed Reasons Why You Should Laugh More 

How Meditation Changes the Brain 

Most of us are on a perpetual quest to find happiness. It's easy to see how successfully fulfilling a goal or acquiring something new can bring pleasure. But happiness is fleeting. Soon the “new” thing becomes old, and life will inevitably lead to other feelings, such as fear, anger, and sadness. A lasting and more secure route to happiness and contentedness is to practice gratitude. 

A good sense of humor won't cure all ailments, but data is mounting about the positive effects of laughter. It doesn't matter if you are full-on belly laughing or quietly giggling, laughter has short- and long-term benefits for the mind and body.

Although meditation has been around for centuries, scientists continue to learn how it can affect the brain. Recent research indicates that meditation alters the brain’s structure and how it functions, as well as changing the brain’s networks. These changes correlate with a reduction in stress, anxiety, and depression; improvements in focus and memory; and might even preserve the brain as it ages. Adding meditation to your life could be the missing link in your health and wellness plan.

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The Top 10 Insights from the “Science of a Meaningful Life” 

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It’s hard to talk about individual well-being these days without talking about what’s going on in the world, whether that’s the mental health fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic, political polarization, or global crises like climate change.

Tai Chi: What the Science Says

Looking for an exercise that can improve both mental and physical health and is gentle on the body? Tai Chi - an ancient form of excercise sometimes referred as "meditation in motion" - could fit the bill.

Tai Chi promotes serenity and connects the mind and body through self-paced physical exercise and stretching. Research shows that Tai Chi might also be beneficial for a host of ailments.

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Mind & Body

The Greater  Good Tool Kit was made in collaboration with UC Berkelys Greater Good Science Center, this toolkit includes 30 science-based practices for a meaningful life. The toolkit is designed for Wellness Practitioners and motivated individuals looking to bring more meaning and well-being into their lives.

UC Berkeley's Greater Good Science Center is a non profit pioneering compassionate individuals, strong social bonds and altruistic behavior - the Science of a Meaningful Life.

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Finding Meaning Backed by Science

Our romantic relationships can be a great source of joy and fulfillment in our lives. Yet they can also be the place we most struggle with communicating in a healthy and effective way. It seems the more important the relationship, the greater our potential to fall into reactivity when things seem to be going awry. 

How to Communicate With Love (Even When You’re Mad)

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How Curiosity and Consent Can Make Old Lovers New Again

In a sexual rut with your partner? Then it might be time to talk to each other like strangers.

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Ruminating about your relationship isn't a healthy way to solve problems - and it may be a way to avoid your real feelings.

How to Stop Overthinking Your Relationships

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