The news is depressing, anxiety-producing, and out of control. It may be time to take a break.
We face adversity, pain, and heartbreak. We also experience triumph, love, and happiness. How can we cope with the ups and downs of life?
Don’t wait until you’re already married to find out that you have different ideas about loyalty and betrayal.
Spiritual belief isn’t enough–action is key.
Each of the seven fruits we eat on Tu B’shvat, the New Year of the Trees, has a message for those in recovery from emotional pain, mental illness, or addiction.
The more important religion and spirituality is to a person, the thicker the cerebral cortex.
By verbalizing your deepest thoughts and feelings, you take them out of the realm of intangible into the realm where material and intangible meet.
Note from the mystics: Women, and men too, are first and foremost souls, not bodies.
The existence of time gives us permission to change, to start over-even to correct the past.
The 12th century rabbi, physician, and philosopher Maimonides says there are four time-tested steps to personal change. They’re still relevant today.