In this video, Dr. Laurie Santos discusses the science of well-being, focusing on the importance of gratitude, exercise, and sleep. She explains that while many of us know these things are important, it can be difficult to prioritize them when times are tough. She suggests that getting young people to sleep more would be a helpful step in solving the mental health crisis we are all facing.
In this video, Dr. Laurie Santos discusses the science of well-being, including how different aspects of one's well-being can be impacted by biological mechanisms. She also discusses how parents can help their children to thrive by teaching them about the concept of time famine and time confetti, and how social connections can be both nutritious and scary for some people. Ultimately, Santos encourages parents to use the concept of nutritious social connections to help their children thrive.