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Personal Growth

This quick exercise will help you become more merciful

All you need is a photo of yourself as a baby (or a good memory)!

How to deal with that toxic person in your life, according to St. Therese

Once a difficult person herself, the "Little Flower" mastered the art of empathy.

Want to change the world? Start by making your bed (VIDEO)

Admiral McRaven's commencement speech at the University of Texas proposes a program of life, starting with a simple thing.

100-year-old woman shares her biggest lessons for a long and happy life

“When you brag about yourself, make it a doozy.” And 99 other pearls of wisdom you’ll absolutely love.

6 Ways virtue is its own reward, according to science

These side effects shouldn't be our only motivation, but they don't hurt!

What to do when you find prejudice in your own heart

Prejudice is common and ordinary and we need to stop being afraid to talk about it.

3 Saints who show us how to help refugees

Each of us can do our part to welcome the stranger among us.

How to be an introvert and still change the world

Meet 3 saints who show us how to make a powerful impact in quieter ways.

Why being a highly sensitive person is a gift, not a deficit

"You cannot be too sensitive. It's like having eyes that are too blue," says psychologist Elena Herdieckerhoff.

Struggling with patience? Let this famously impatient saint help you

St. Cyprian shows us to overcome one of the greatest vices of our time.

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