A burgeoning collection of communication technologies is often blamed for decreased empathy and attention spans. What if the problem lies not with the technology, but with the attitude of the user?
As a father looks to the stars for meaning, a daughter just wants him to be her dad.
Tim White suggests that when loving family members becomes toxic, it may be time to try loving from a distance.
A minimalist woman is bothered by her sister-in-law's well-meaning gifts; Tim White offers advice on how to deal with the unwanted knick-knacks.
How daily breathing awareness is changing my life.
Tim White enlists a consulting arborist to advise a man who believes he may have caused his neighbor's tree to fall and damage their garage.
Tim White offers advice on whether attending a high school reunion is a confidence-builder or an unnecessary source of anxiety.
A new NPR podcast looks at life with Mirror Touch Synesthesia.