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How to Become a Scientist of Your Own Emotions

by Jill Suttie, Psy.D.
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Best Anxiety Affirmations to Use When You’re Having an Attack

by Chantal McCulligh
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John Gottman and Brené Brown on Running Headlong Into Heartbreak

by Kerry Lusignan

How To Use Things You Own to Reduce Stress and Boost Motivation

by Katie Santamaria
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Doctors Are Now Prescribing House Plants for Anxiety and Depression

by Jessica Stillman
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Rise and Thrive With Celebrity Trainer Erin Oprea

by Lindsey Benoit O'Connell, Ashley Camuso
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How a University Professor Creates a Powerful Learning Atmosphere for Students

by Michael S. Roth
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Is Sleeping with the Lights On Good or Bad for You?

by Kristeen Cherney, PhD
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An Addiction Psychiatrist Explains How to Use Brain Science to Break Bad Habits

by Thomas Oppong
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Why Jennifer Aniston, Scarlett Johansson, and 12 Other Celebrities Hate Social Media

by Paige Leskin
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3 Tips to Not Lose Your Sense of Self in a Relationship

by Megan Miller
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How to Quit Stressing Over What Other People Think of You

by Rebecca Muller

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