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Book Review: Silence

A Social History of One of the Least Understood Elements of Our Lives

Book Review: I Know How You Feel

It’s not easy to make friends as adults, and becomes more difficult as we get ol…

Book Review: The Forever Letter

Writing What We Believe for Those We Love

Book Review: The Secret Life of the Mind

How Your Brain Thinks, Feels, and Decides

Book Review: Resilient Grieving

Resilient GrievingBy Lucy Hone, PhDThe ExperimentLucy Hone is well acquainted wi…

Book Review: Dare to Be Kind

Dare to Be KindBy Lizzie VelasquezHachette BooksIf there was ever a time to enco…

Book Review: Capture

Capture: Unraveling the Mystery of Mental SufferingBy David A. Kessler, MDH…

Book Review: The Happiness Track

The Happiness TrackHow to Apply the Science of Happiness to Accelerate your Succ…

Book Review: Inside the Miracle

Inside the MiracleEnduring Suffering, Approaching Wholenessby Mark NepoSounds Tr…

Drop Out of Your Life

Here's how and why from six people who made it happen.

Book Review: The Medicinal Handbook

The Medicinal Gardening HandbookA Complete Guide to Growing, Harvesting, and Usi…

Romance Unplugged with Daniel Jones

The editor of the New York Times column “Modern Love,” and the author of Love Il…

Q&A: Barbara Brown Taylor

Author Barbara Brown Taylor talks about her new book Learning to Walk in the Dark.

Book Review: Learning To Walk In The Dark

Learning to Walk in the DarkBy Barbara Brown TaylorHarper OneTheologian Barbara …

SUE MONK KIDD: A Soaring New Novel

In her latest novel, The Invention of Wings, Sue Monk Kidd tells a tale of the relationship between an urban slave in early-1800s Charleston and her conflicted young owner, as both struggle with the dogma of their times.

For Love That Lasts

Couples who have celebrated their golden anniversary share tips for a marriage that goes the distance.

More Than Money Can Buy

People are asking themselves, How much is enough? They are choosing to live on reduced incomes, realigning their values to meet smaller budgets, and finding that less really can be more.

Author Interview: Wally Lamb

More than two decades after his tales of trauma and redemption catapulted him to…

Survival Lessons: Novelist Alice Hoffman's Memoir about Breast Cancer

Who is Survival Lessons for? I wrote this book for survivors of trauma, but …

For Chronic Illness, Try Qigong

Medical styles like Dragon and Tiger can offer gentle yet effective relief.

A Food Cure for Inflammation

Herbalist Kathy Abascal is on a mission to change the way we eat, with her TQI (“to quiet inflammation”) diet plan.

Q&A with Molly Melching

What has been your biggest challenge in organizing social change in Africa? Whe…

For a Song and a Hundred Songs

A Poet’s Journey through a Chinese PrisonBy Liao YiwuNew HarvestLong before he w…

However Long the Night

However Long the Night: Molly Melching’s Journey to Help Millions of Africa…

Want to Be More Creative? Tap Into Your Circadian Rhythms

Hope Clark leads a dual life. By day, she writes and edits the newsletter Funds …

Channeling Depression Into a Powerful Tool for Creativity

I wouldn't exactly call depression a gift, but I’ve come to accept the restless …

Enlightening, Empowering, Innovative, Inspiring… Don’t Miss a Word!

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