Chinese medicine specialist Denise Wiesner outlines Eastern secrets to bring passion back to your relationship and increase fertility.
Is dependence on your smartphone crushing your spirit? August Brice, founder of Tech Wellness speaks to the ways we can tame our use of digital technology.
Many people swear that the ultimate antidote to stress and anxiety are mindfulness meditation practices. But does mindfulness meditation actually make you feel more stressed out? You aren’t alone.
The “cure” to alleviating the negative impacts of such heightened anxiety or depression is mindfulness, meditative practice. Mindfulness focuses on the present.
When kids grow up and leave the nest, or were never in the picture, we find new ways of rejuvenating our meaning and purpose in life.
Millennials need meditation, not meditation to create sustainable, lifelong change to improve health, happiness, and stress relief.
I was living a manufactured version of health and wellness – one that many corporations carefully crafted to make me believe what I was using on and in my body was not only on trend – but good for me too. And then I took a closer look.
Toss what you fear, donate what you hear, and keep what is clear. Here's how to organize your thoughts by filling your mind with things of value.
N. Lawrence Mann didn't use a 12 step program to get sober. His personal 3 step program got him started, and writing "addiction fiction" keeps him going.
We’re at the mercy of belief systems that mass-produce ignorance and cognitive dysfunction. Here's four tips to free your mind and breakdown belief systems.
Maintaining work-life balance and emotional wellness is not an accomplishment that is one day reached and completed, but a daily, intentional endeavor.
If you had to choose between being happy or being successful, which one would you pick? Is it a choice you really need to be making, or is there a way to avoid it? Let’s find out!
Our Declaration of Independence states that we are all created equal and enjoy the rights of “life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.” The sad joke here is that the “pursuit of happiness” almost never leads to lasting happiness. Eli Jaxon-Bear describes the five traps to avoid in the pursuit of happiness.