The former first lady responds to an NPR listener who says that COVID has left them feeling lost and isolated. Her suggestion? 'Take a risk' and 'put yourself out there.'
Can't stop thinking mean thoughts about yourself? Researchers and psychologists share how to break the cycle.
This guide from Life Kit includes podcast episodes on how to select the right health care plan, a glossary of common insurance jargon and why you should give your summary of benefits a close read.
La vergüenza y el estigma juegan un papel muy importante a la hora de disuadir a las personas de la comunidad Latinx de buscar atención de salud mental y hablar de ello con sus familias.
Making exercise a daily habit can feel daunting if it feels like it counts only when you go all in. Instead, remember that every small movement counts.
A lot of us fall into the trap of saving up work we have to complete over the weekend for Sunday evening. Get catch-up work done earlier, so the last thing you do before Monday is something fun.
If you're interested in breaking into weightlifting, try practicing the movements at home first by using basic household items, like a broom, and free video tutorials online to guide you.
The best way to support your loved ones who don't want to drink is to make sure drinking feels like a choice — not an obligation.
Trying to eat less meat? Make sure your meat-free meals are just as satisfying by seasoning your vegetables with the same spices you use to cook meat. It will carry some of that flavor over.
We asked for your questions on navigating the holiday blues. Clinical psychologist Andrea Bonior guides us through some rough patches involving family, money, loneliness and safety.
If you think alcohol is problematic for you, or want to avoid drinking too much, or just aren't the biggest drinker, here are some strategies for navigating end-of-year celebrations.
Instead of viewing laziness as something we need to fix or overcome with caffeine or longer work hours, social psychologist Devon Price says to think of laziness as a sign you probably need a break.
You don't need a gold medal to justify putting your mental health first. Whether you or someone you know is struggling, NPR's Life Kit has a few ways for you to focus on your mental wellbeing.