Good Housekeeping - Caroline Picard Associate Editor As Associate Editor, Caroline has covered health, home, celebrity, entertainment, and other lifestyle news since joining the Good Housekeeping staff in 2015.
To no parent’s surprise, too much smartphone use makes teens unhappy. So says a new study from San Diego State University, which pulled data from over one million 8th-, 10th-, and 12th-graders in the showing
"Why didn't she text me back yet? She doesn't like me anymore!" "There's no way I'm trying out for the team. I suck at basketball" "It's not fair that I have a curfew!" Sound familiar? Parents of tweens
Emotional intelligence is the ability to identify emotions (in both yourself and others), to recognize the powerful effects of those emotions, and to use that information to inform and guide behavior.
By Mia Geiger Imagine this: You see your child made four As and one D on their report card. Do your eyes skim over those excellent grades and immediately focus on the D? You’re not alone. People are programmed
The world's top ultrarunners fight to compete in the Barkley Marathons, an ever-shifting race designed by a madman to break their spirits through 100 miles of hellish Appalachian mountains. So far, only
Real confidence is not narcissism. Although the two often get confused, people with narcissistic tendencies need everyone to think that they're special. They have a need for admiration and a sense of that's
By David Kohn Kari Alitalo had studied lymphatic vessels for more than two decades. So he knew that this network, which carries immune cells throughout the body and removes waste and toxins, didn’t extend
I first got drunk at 12 years old. The author, shown above in Moscow in 1984, was often inebriated as a teen. Young perhaps, but it was Soviet Moscow, where my dad was stationed as an American journalist
Andy Crouch didn’t let his kids use screens until they turned 10 — and they thanked him for it. Andy Crouch knows that he and his wife, Catherine, raised their kids in an unusual way. He calls it “radical.”
Most of management theory is inane, writes our correspondent, the founder of a consulting firm. If you want to succeed in business, don’t get an M.B.A. Study philosophy instead During the seven years I
What books should one read to feel well-read? originally appeared on Quora - the knowledge sharing network where compelling questions are answered by people with unique insights. Answer by Cristina Hartmann,
A few weeks after she realized her husband was finally leaving her, Sarah Pursglove flew down to the Bahamas to figure out how much money he really had. Like many women married to very wealthy men, she
(CNN) — Logically speaking, we should be in a perpetual state of gratitude. Most people who read this column, even if they aren't fully aware, have a long list of blessings to count (most of the time,
By Ana Swanson Ana Swanson Reporter Bio Follow A previous version of this article incorrectly characterized Danny Izquierdo's education. The post has been updated to specify he has an associate degree.
A Brit on life in America: “The pursuit of happiness” has gotten out of hand. I’m at the gynecologist for my Pap smear, feet in stirrups, idly wondering what Emily Post might have suggested as appropriate
You know the old saying, "It takes money to make money." Well, the same can be said of time. Sure, you'll spend somewhere between five and 20 minutes not working while you watch the TED talks below, but