Tag: technology

Introducing Your Path–A new design for your program

Making it all the way through your Lantern sessions is the best way to make real and sustained progress toward emotional wellbeing. That’s why we’re excited to introduce a new design for your Lantern homepage–Your Path–which makes interacting with your sessions clearer and more engaging. The new design can be seen on the web or […]


Science vs. Snake Oil: How to choose a health app that gets results

There seems to be a health app for everything. Sleep better, train for a marathon, stick to your medication schedule–there’s nothing you can’t do when you’ve got a smartphone. But with more than 100,000 health and wellness apps available in the iTunes and Google Play stores, the options can be paralyzing. And even if you […]


The psychology of ghosting: Why people do it and a better way to break up

Chances are you’ve been “ghosted” before. “Ghosting” is when someone you’re dating ends the relationship by cutting off all communication, without any explanation. And we’re not talking about not getting a text back after one awkward OKCupid date—but receiving the ultimate silent treatment after several dates, or when you’re in a committed relationship. And while […]


Forming habits gradually in a society that loves to binge

Be honest–are you tempted by the idea of Amazon’s same-day delivery service? Do you get frustrated when Google Chrome takes more than a few seconds to load a webpage? Have you discovered a new TV show and gotten giddy because there were multiple episodes available to plow through? Considering 88 percent of Netflix users report […]