If you’re feeling empty, you’re not alone. Many of us feel empty in different ways. For instance, you might feel empty because something is missing in your life, said Kaitlyn Slight, a marriage and family therapist in Raleigh, N.C. This
Selfies can be silly and lighthearted, of course. But there is a dark side when photos become a measure of self-worth. We’re used to worrying about how kids will be affected by seeing too many air-brushed images of models in
What are some fun things to do on a snow day? Snow day activities for kids need to include ideas to burn off energy indoors, quiet time to give parents a break, a few outdoor activities just in case the
The whole purpose of having a spouse is to find tranquility in and with them, and our relationships with our spouses have signs that ask us to give thought to. So, how are some Muslim couples finding this tranquility in
All children need love, encouragement, and support, and for kids with learning disabilities, such positive reinforcement can help ensure that they emerge with a strong sense of self-worth, confidence, and the determination to keep going even when things are tough.
It’s hard to focus on much right now. But taking up a new hobby (or dusting off an old one) might be just the thing to give your brain a break from the worry spiral, even if only for short stretches at a time.
COVID-19 is not the only public health threat we should be worried about—loneliness is one as well. So how can you cultivate your social well-being while avoiding infection? People often blame technology for the prevalence of loneliness, pointing out that we spend too much
With all the fear around the recent spike of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, we can feel panicked and anxious, like our life is spiraling out of control. This infographic aims to help us reflect and refocus our thinking on our
Here is a giant list of indoor activities and projects for kids! Nearly all are free or super-cheap, can be easily set-up (a few are more complicated) and many, depending on the age of your child, do not necessarily require
It’s natural for your young child to feel anxious when you say goodbye. In early childhood, crying, tantrums, or clinginess—all the hallmarks of separation anxiety—are healthy reactions to separation and a normal stage of development. While the intensity and timing