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By Michael Dregni
Feeling anxious? Angry? Hostile? Depressed? There may be an exercise to help with that.
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By Elizabeth Millard
How being good to others can be good for you.
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By Elizabeth Millard
Take our quiz to find out!
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By Lindsey Frey Palmquist
Even though schedules may look a little different this fall, taking time to regroup, practice self-care, and prepare for the season is still essential — and perhaps even more so.
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Earlier this year, Glennon Doyle’s latest memoir, Untamed, quickly became a No. 1 New York Times bestseller. Doyle joins us to speak about her book, about the transformative power of imagination and grief — and being the true you in this world.

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By David Freeman
A mantra can be a great tool to help you refocus when you’re struggling. Take inspiration from these five and see if any resonate with you.
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By Alexandra Smith, MA, LPCC
If you’re struggling with anxiety and unsure whether to seek help or ride it out, consider the following factors.
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Purpose is critical to our sense of meaning and happiness. NFL veteran Tim Hightower discusses how his focus on purpose has guided him and offers advice we can all follow for pursuing our own purpose-driven lives.
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By Molly Schelper
9 tips to comfort loved ones who are feeling anxious about the coronavirus.
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By Karen Olson
When you’re in the wrong, a sincere apology can go a long way toward healing your relationships — and yourself. Here’s how to offer a real apology.
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By Molly Tynjala
Here’s how to hone your listening skills.
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By Henry Emmons, MD
When the temperature rises, serotonin levels may fall, along with your mood. Turn down the heat with these Ayurveda-inspired tips.
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By Anika Christ, RD, CPT
Want to live a happy, healthy life? Take a look at what brings us happiness, as well as ways to eat, train, and live happily.
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By Anika Christ, RD, CPT
When it comes to weight loss, emotional barriers can be the hardest kind to overcome. Learn from the insights and experiences of others to help guide you on your own journey.
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By Experience Life Staff
Strategies for reframing fear and enjoying life in the face of anxiety.
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By Karen Olson
Expert tips on how to let go of grudges.
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By The Life Time Training Team
In difficult or stressful times it’s easy to judge, complain, excuse, or blame. Learn how to improve your mindset and decisions by asking yourself these five questions.
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Jen Elmquist, MA, LMFT, director and co-creator of Life Time Mind, shares ways to protect your mind and body, as well as some simple mental exercises you can do if you feel overwhelmed with stress or worry.

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By Craig Cox
Loneliness can present a real health threat — especially for the elderly — but everywhere you look, people are finding new ways to engage with one another.
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By Paul Kriegler, RD, CPT
The coronavirus crisis is extremely concerning, but there is a healthier way to understand it and what you can do to help overcome the pandemic.
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By Michael Dregni
The World Health Organization offers advice on dealing with the mental-health toll of the pandemic.
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