Why is grit important? Grit helps you achieve beyond hopes and assumptions, and even calculations. Kristin Armstrong knows and understands it.
Category: Habit Building & Resilience
Transform your relationship with technology and overcome social media addiction by embracing responsible, healthier digital practices. Find out the why and how.
A habit is an unconscious behavior that we carry out without thinking. But what is the science behind habit formation?
Do you have an unhealthy behavior that you despise but just can't seem to break? Find out how to get rid of your bad habit permanently.
Resilience is more than optimism. Resilient people don’t wallow in self-pity or go it alone, but instead, draw on their strengths and tap into their support systems.
Does your skin turn when you see small, pitted holes in a hand? There's a reason we have this mysterious fear of holes in the hands — trypophobia.
If you want to change something about your life, you should ask yourself first if it’s actually a habit you want to change.
Developing a habit is more than breaking a useless or harmful habit. Failing to break an awful habit is ultimately self-defeating labor, as it gets you circling within the …
Resilience is ability to face problems, deal with tough emotions, and emerge stronger. Here are the wyas how remarkably strong people build resilience.
A quick and effective way to start building resilience is finding a quote that motivates you to take action and bounce back.
Do fear and anxiety keep you from bravely facing the inescapable situations and people? Then these tips will help you overcome the jarring pattern of your response.
Resilience in psychology is more than your ability to bounce back from misery. What does it mean then? And how did one maverick psychologist changed it all?
Resilience in psychology means the ability in people to bounce back from adversity. Find out how scientists define it.
Do you have a hard time saying no to people who ask you to do things? Now learn to say "No" in an honest, gentle, and polite way and …
Happiness habits are science-backed routine behaviors that can increase our positive emotions and well-being, allowing us to cope better with stress, be more resistant to depression, and bounce back …