Author who says she has spent much of her life alone shares her advice on how to enjoy the holidays if you're on your own.
It didn't take long for the fourth hour co-host to fall in love with the man she was married to for 29 years.
People who dread social situations often drink alcohol to ease their anxiety, but they may ultimately feel worse, study finds.
Drew and Jonathan Scott remembered a time when they both felt physical pain in the same spot despite being hundreds of miles apart.
You know, the talk about how awesome he is (open this story with caution, parents).
Talk to family members and they’ll insist that the second spouse died of a broken heart. And that may literally be true in some cases.
Some people have become “hypervigilant” to the sound of their phone, waking when they hear a notification and instinctively reaching for the device.
Should you just pick a row or sit and wait for someone to come out? When it comes to finding a parking space, some strategies are better than others.
This simple, fun and healthy act will make everyone less irritable in minutes.
The FDA is calling teen vaping an 'epidemic' and taking steps to limit sales of flavored e-cigarettes. Here's what you need to know.
Because everyone deserves the opportunity to work.
Depression doesn't have to be a lifetime psychological prison sentence, new research shows.
Carson Daly shares strategies for dealing with his generalized anxiety disorder and how he maintains his happiness throughout the day.
Practicing gratitude is important all of the time, not just around the holidays. Here are a few tips to help you get started.
Being mindful about diet may help ease anxiety symptoms.
The American Academy of Pediatrics strengthened its advice against corporal punishment, saying it makes kids more aggressive and raises the risk of mental health...
Almost everyone experiences earworms, but why? A new study uncovers the musical elements behind the unwanted intrusion.
Sheinelle will be the first to admit that she used to put herself on the back burner, but not anymore.
Two huge lottery jackpots are up for grabs this weekend. Such sudden wealth is especially hard for people to wrap their heads around, psychologists say.
You have the perfect excuse to break out the decorations asap!
One of the key concepts of the treatment is “radical acceptance.”
Most people experience a "hot streak" — a period when the successes just keep coming. When can you expect yours?
Chances are good you know someone suffering feelings of despair and anxiety, but you may not know what to say to that friend, colleague or family member.
Why do some couples continually break up and get back together? Here are tips on how to break the cycle.
Just three strategies could prevent one-third of breast cancer cases in the U.S., the American Institute for Cancer Research estimates.
With the country mired in fierce politics and heated rhetoric, how do you stay civil in your own corner of the world?
TODAY co-anchor Savannah Guthrie opens up about managing her busy schedule and not letting life stress her out.
When making new acquaintances, people often underestimate how much they're liked
Losing a partner is one of the most difficult things someone will have to go through. How will you know when you're ready to date again? Here's some advice....
There's a phrase that best describe the feeling many people have when they begin dating after divorce: Scary as hell.
We’re all hardwired to feel joy in the world around us, but it’s one of those things that over time, we can forget what makes us happy. Here’s how to focus...
Should you propose in public? A man's very public proposal at the Emmy Awards was a moment of happiness, but it's not for everyone.
Researchers have found that teens raised in a religious or spiritual environment may be less likely to do drugs and engage in risky sexual behaviors.
Latin American countries are consistently the happiest places, the survey finds.
The way people react when they see an “attractive alternative” enter their lives can predict whether they'll cheat on their partner.
September is National Recovery Month. Women are at greater risk for some of the negative effects of alcohol, but their drinking is catching up to men.
The A-Zs of weird dating terms, explained.
Need advice from the Guys Tell All panel?
There can be something unsettling about August. For many people, the month creates "a feeling of funk, a feeling of down, a feeling of sadness."
It's not just random. Cultivating certain behaviors and a receptive attitude can maximize a lucky outcome in life.
Women who are assertive and outspoken are particularly vulnerable to incivility from other women.
Struggling to put a smile on your face? There is overwhelming pressure for everyone to "live their best lives." So, how can you do it? Here's some advice.