Chronic illness can plague us with worry. Dr. Laurie explains how to relax.
Stretching in public can lead to good things, Seth finds.
Displaying cheerfulness for those around us -- solely because they cannot handle the sadness of disease -- can cause more harm than good, Dr. Laurie writes.
My friends all complain that I'm too negative all the time and that I don't know how to be happy. Personally, I feel quite happy. Why don't they think so, too? -- "Sad" Stephanie
Dr. Laurie explains how small, easily-manageable changes to our daily activities can help us escape feeling trapped.
As a new year begins, Dr. Laurie explores what happens when we lose energy and hope -- and explains how to rediscover them.