Being in nature has profound effects on our mental health. For Mike Furman, discovering that connection changed his life.
We’re in the middle of a loneliness epidemic — and the consequences can’t be overstated. Here’s how to make new friends and establish a supportive community.
Forest conservation is an essential part of the health of people and our planet. Here’s how to help safeguard the future of our forests.
Physical and digital clutter affects our productivity, creativity, and can bog us down mentally. Here’s how to spring clean your mind for better mental clarity.
When we focus too heavily on self-development, it becomes toxic to our mental health. We talked to Les Alfred, founder of Balanced Black Girl, about how to break the cycle.
Therapists aren’t one-size fits all. In fact, therapists typically specialize in certain mental health conditions. Here’s how to find the right therapist for you.
The majority of people use some form of social media to stay connected. But recent studies show the addictive nature of social media harms our mental and emotional health. Here’s why the apps are so dangerous.
Research consistently shows that getting outside is great for overall mental and physical health. Now, physicians are prescribing time in nature to improve wellness.
Art can help us connect with others, create community, and process eco-anxiety and dread about the future of our planet.
We need to talk about mental health. These are our favorite podcasts that aren’t afraid to have honest conversations, provide practical insights, and share all things mental health. 47.1 million people in the U.S. are living with a mental health condition — that’s 1.5 million more than 2020, according to a 2021 report from Mental […]