Plus, how to take things less personally.
So long, 2016. It’s been real. If not a little too real at times.
Whatever you’re hoping to accomplish in the New Year, we have hundreds of stories that might help you out. (And they’re all great, I promise.) So, before the ball drops, the corks pop, and “Auld Lang Syne” becomes the most streamed track on Spotify, let’s take a look at our most impactful stories of 2016.
As Jennifer Rollin writes, “We all have that ‘inner critic’ voice in our head.” But that doesn’t mean you have to let it stir up unnecessarily negative thoughts.
It doesn’t matter if you’re an Olympian or a recovering couch potato, we all could use a little motivation to keep moving.
Diana Levy mines her failed relationships and speaks to a therapist for the surprising answer to this rarely-asked question.
There’s purpose to our patterns … right? I won’t spoil it for you.
When life isn’t going as planned, it’s easy to feel like your own worst enemy. Here, Jennifer Nelson explores these thoughts and how to end the cycle of self-sabotage.
There are a million reasons to feel emotionally and physically depleted. It happens. Thankfully, there are options.
Face it: anxiety is unavoidable. But you can avoid making it worse.
After a tumultuous sibling relationship, Nicole Pajer enlists the help of her therapist to survive her family ties.
I’ve never been one to cut a rug on the regular. But Dr. Jenn Bennett makes a good case for me to dust off my dancing shoes.
If you’ve experienced loss, you’ll know that the grieving process is hardly a process—it’s turbulent and draining, and rarely makes sense. But essays like this make coping just a little bit easier.