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Feeling tense? Feel your body relax as you try this practice.
A way to forge connections across lines of difference.
Pay attention to nature to boost feelings of connection.
Use pretend play to encourage children to persevere through difficulty.
How to appreciate what you have by imagining your life without it.
How to praise kids in ways that make them more kind.
How to overcome barriers to kindness in yourself and others.
How a stroll outside can help build lasting happiness.
Key steps for discussing issues collaboratively.
Cultivate mindfulness, reduce stress, and enjoy everyday pleasures.
Help students write a letter of thanks and deliver it in person.
Ask kids to make a verbal pledge to be honest.
Help children understand what it means to forgive.
Build the kind of relationships you want by fostering optimism.
Use good news to strengthen your bonds with friends or family.
Recalling how others have comforted us can make us more compassionate.
Praise children in a way that promotes honest behavior.
Help children cultivate self-compassion by planning enjoyable activities.
How to feel happier by doing things for others.
Encourage young kids to be giving by reading inspiring books.
How to encourage generosity by finding commonalities between people.
A subtle way to induce kindness, particularly in kids.
How to encourage kindness in ways that also boost happiness.
Help kids consider offering reparations as part of their apologies.
How to appreciate a loved one by imagining your life without them.
Strengthen feelings of kindness and connection toward others.
Turn an everyday action into a tool for mindfulness and stress reduction.
Find wonder and inspiration through a simple stroll.
When your self-image takes a hit, reflect on what matters.
Count your blessings and enjoy better health and happiness.
A way to tune into the positive events in your life.
A way to build resilience to stress, anxiety, and anger.
Steer clear of these 4 toxic relationship behaviors.
Think about conflict differently to improve your relationship.
A writing exercise to foster connection and kindness.
Rediscovering ordinary experiences can bring unexpected joy.
Tap into your positive traits and enjoy greater happiness.
To feel more connected, skip the small talk and ask these questions instead.
Foster optimism by imagining a positive future.
Overcome your reluctance and discover how kind other people are.
Help teens understand and practice being humble.
A writing exercise that makes you feel awesome.
Read a story that will inspire awe.
To reduce stress, try facing your fears head-on.
A healthier way to deal with stressful situations.
Get happier by seeing the humor in life.
Help students tune in to the positive events in their lives.
Help students count their blessings and enjoy school more.
A creative way to build happiness and meaning in life.
Key principles to help you forgive and achieve peace of mind.
A simple, effective way to work through an emotional challenge.
Feel grateful as you reflect on all the gifts in your life.
Spend quality time with people you care about.
Have a discussion to deepen your child's experience of gratitude.
Build resilience by changing the way you respond to challenges.
To foster resilience, think about a hurtful event in a different way.
Spice up your relationship by trying something new.
Write a letter expressing thanks, and deliver it in person.
A trick to bring yourself lasting happiness.
Show love to your children by helping them process emotions.
Connect with a partner through empathy and understanding.
How to elicit kindness by making problems personal.
Strike up a brief conversation with a stranger to feel happier.
A research-backed process for letting go of a grudge.
Take a step back and analyze your feelings without ruminating.
Discover what activities bring you the most happiness.
Help adolescents start exploring and reflecting on meaningful life goals.
A way to lift yourself out of the mundane.
Teach kids how to practice to help them achieve their goals.
Change your outlook on a negative event — and enjoy less stress.
Strengthen feelings of concern for the suffering of others.
A way to tackle a daunting task.
A good apology involves more than saying "sorry."