There’s a lot to learn, understand and organise when you receive a cancer diagnosis. But you don’t need to do it all at once.
The iPhone already has an accelerometer, gyroscope, light meter, microphone, camera and GPS. Why does Apple now want you to tell it how you’re feeling?
Although emotions like fear and anxiety originate in your brain, they ultimately travel through your body and make your heart race and your stomach twist.
Tracking the many physical and emotional symptoms of menopause with a website, app or diary can help women better monitor their health.
Have you found yourself liking sport for the first time and wondering how you got here? Here’s what might be going on – and why it might be the best thing for your wellbeing.
Deep psychological factors play a part in obesity, including childhood trauma.
Researching family history is a popular hobby. But hobbyists can find themselves unearthing details of ancestors behaving badly or treated cruelly – or family secrets and trauma.
Brain injury survivors report the sport can give constant opportunities for learning and a way to reevaulate emotions.
Study shows people in China and Finland express fewer negative emotions than other nations.
What does secondhand embarrassment say about your own anxieties and biases?
Is winning about mental toughness? How about coping with social isolation? Or will it be the one who’s in awe of a sunset?
Emotion-focused parenting programs can enhance parents’ ability to positively affect their children’s emotional development.
By getting us to focus on what matters to our lives, affirmations can act as a counterbalance to spiralling negative thoughts.
Joy is very different from our other emotions.
Many of us grew up not talking about emotions. But as modern parents, we’re told we need to teach our children about their feelings to build their resilience. So how do we do it?
New research highlights how anyone can train their creative muscles by rethinking the anxiety, frustration and anger they encounter in daily life.
The best way to manage anger is to try to reduce the likelihood that these situations will arise. But even so, having a plan for what can you do when anger strikes is important.
What’s true and what’s not? An expert in media literacy explains how to evaluate information.
It’s important that employers and employees understand sympathy, empathy and compassion, and consider these emotions’ roles in both job performance and employee relations.
Music and film have gone hand in hand ever since the release of ‘The Jazz Singer’ nearly 100 years ago.