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What Happens When You’re Disabled but Nobody Can Tell

By Andrew Solomon

The author and clinical psychologist Andrew Solomon examines the disabilities that ramps and reserved parking spots don’t address.

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Can the Trauma of War Lead to Growth, Despite the Scars?

By Phil Klay

When we speak of trauma, it is usually as something to be avoided at all costs. But the suffering that war brings can be a strange and terrible blessing.

How to Keep Good Habits Post-Lockdown

By Katherine Cusumano

You’ll technically have to ‘relearn’ to cook each meal, or to exercise regularly or to read a book a week. But there are some shortcuts.

Having Disturbing Thoughts as a New Parent? Here’s How to Cope

By Juli Fraga and Karen Kleiman

Intrusive thoughts can be terrifying. Exercises, like distancing, can reduce parents’ anxieties.

The Challenges of the Pandemic for Queer Youth

By Misha Valencia

Issues include limited access to community support and counseling and, in some cases, quarantining with unsupportive family members.

The Challenges of the Pandemic for Queer Youth

By Misha Valencia

Issues include limited access to community support and counseling and, in some cases, quarantining with unsupportive family members.

Dr. William Dement, Leader in Sleep Disorder Research, Dies at 91

By Richard Sandomir

At Stanford, he created the world’s first successful sleep clinic and taught a popular class on sleep and dreams. (If he caught students dozing, he’d wake them with a water gun.)

Dr. William Dement, Leader in Sleep Disorder Research, Dies at 91

By Richard Sandomir

At Stanford, he created the world’s first successful sleep clinic and taught a popular class on sleep and dreams. (If he caught students dozing, he’d wake them with a water gun.)

She Ate and Ate, and Never Felt Satisfied

By Claire Dederer

Susan Burton’s memoir, “Empty,” plumbs the depths of her adolescent anorexia and bingeing.

How to Start Meditating

By Amelia Nierenberg

The world is stressful. That’s especially true right now. Here are strategies to take just a few minutes every day to calm your mind and check in with yourself.

How to Start Meditating

By Amelia Nierenberg

The world is stressful. That’s especially true right now. Here are strategies to take just a few minutes every day to calm your mind and check in with yourself.

What Can We Learn From Swimmers of a Certain Age?

By Bonnie Tsui

To be a swimmer is to be acquainted with fear, but not to give in to it. And it can be about survival of a different kind.

β€˜Nature Deficit Disorder’ Is Really a Thing

By Meg St-Esprit McKivigan

Children’s behavior may suffer from lack of access to outdoor space, a problem heightened by the pandemic.

What Can We Learn From Swimmers of a Certain Age?

By Bonnie Tsui

To be a swimmer is to be acquainted with fear, but not to give in to it. And it can be about survival of a different kind.

What Can We Learn From Swimmers of a Certain Age?

By Bonnie Tsui

To be a swimmer is to be acquainted with fear, but not to give in to it. And it can be about survival of a different kind.

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