Personal Growth

Yama, one of the eight branches of yoga, provides rules or guidelines that can help us live a...
by Tris Thorp
Mother and Son
Do you always call the same family members with exciting news, only to receive negativity? Learn...
by Melissa Carver, Ph.D.
How to Fight the Winter Blues
How do you know if you’re general lousy feeling during winter is just a mild case of the blahs or...
by Deepak Chopra, M.D.
Everywhere we look we are bombarded with sensationalized and tragic news from the media. And if we...
by Elizabeth Gilbert
5 Steps to Cultivate Self-Love
Self-love is not just about feeling good or taking time for yourself. It’s a state of appreciation...
by Jennifer Weinberg
You can choose to approach Valentine’s Day as an opportunity to be grateful, love, and take care of...
by Karson McGinley
Meditating
Your intuition needs to be exercised, just like a muscle. Learn how to develop your intuition by...
by Melissa Carver, Ph.D. and Leo Carver
Life Lessons: Wisdom Seeps in Slowly
The lessons we learn in life, including the lessons we learn through meditation that help us on our...
by Elizabeth Gilbert
Playtime, recess, it’s not only fun—it can also provide many benefits to your health and well-being...
by Emily Holland
two people talking
Life was never meant to be a struggle. But your mindset might be making it more difficult. Learn...
by Deepak Chopra, M.D.

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No matter what form they take, at the root of all addiction is the natural desire to satisfy our human needs for security, comfort, and love. Yet at a deeper level, we know that our addiction cannot fill the emptiness inside and will not lead to lasting peace or satisfaction.