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via Inc.com by Jeff Haden Rafael Nadal has won 20 Grand Slam men's singles titles, including 13 French Open wins. He's finished the year as the No. 1 ranked men's tennis player five times.  He's clearly one of the best tennis players in history. And he also seems a bit, um,...

via Thrive Global by Bryan Robinson Many people say February is hands-down the most depressing time of year. The days are short, it’s cold and gloomy and people tend to isolate from inclement weather and now self-distance from the coronavirus. With winter in full swing,...

via the Atlantic by Arthur C Brooks Last month, a survey by the travel industry found that a majority of Americans changed their vacation plans this summer because of the continuing coronavirus pandemic. But not everyone canceled their vacations entirely; travel spending has been almost as high this summer as it...

via Thrive Global by Dr Elizabeth Lombardo “There is no way you can do that.” “You totally screwed that up.” “What if something bad happens?!” That inner voice is your inner critic, and we all have one. As a psychologist who works with CEOs, celebrities, and sports figures, as...

via Wired by David Desteno This story is adapted fromHow God Works: The Science Behind the Benefits of Religion, by David DeSteno. EVEN THOUGH I was raised Catholic, for most of my adult life, I didn’t pay religion much heed. Like many scientists, I assumed it was built...

via the Huffington Post by Anika Nayak The pandemic has made it seem impossible to take a step back and take care of yourself. However, making self-care a priority is not only necessary but also pretty much crucial for optimal health. “It’s important to take time off work...