Emotional Wellness

There's a captive virtual audience, and your crying face is on display.
Spend at least five minutes a day, every single day, hanging out with them and doing whatever they want.
These stories help kids understand and express feelings like anger and sadness.
Yes, you want your kids to succeed. But you also want them to be grounded, emotionally intelligent humans.
The actor said he’s “quite famously a not-crier,” but finds himself more emotionally expressive in this stage of life.
The good news? Researchers say that you can work at cultivating these traits.
Experts weigh in on what you should really be doing.
"Late Show" host breaks down the president's mental state.
What to Do if You're Still Grieving The author of Getting Grief Right—a grief counselor and grieving father of a child who died in infancy—shares his strategy for surviving deep, intimate loss.
It might be the opposite of what you'd expect -- or want -- to do.