By Bernie Wong | July 22, 2010
Research shows how older volunteers can get the most out of their service.
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By Paul Ekman | June 21, 2010
The renowned psychologist offers a lesson in emotional intelligence.
By Shoshana Alexander, James Baraz | February 1, 2010
Suffering is inevitable. But James Baraz and Shoshana Alexander argue that responding to pain with compassion, care, and generosity is key to a joyful life.
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By Dawn Friedman | Spring 2008
The Path to Purpose: Helping our children find their calling in life
By William Damon Free Press, 2008, 240 pages.
By Frans de Waal | Fall/Winter 2005-06
We tend to think of empathy as a uniquely human trait. But it’s something apes and other animals demonstrate as well, says primatologist Frans de Waal. He shows how our evolutionary history suggests […]
According to Bonnie Benard, resilience is something we all possess. It is an internal drive to satisfy our most basic psychological needs.
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By Meredith Maran | June 1, 2009
People who give to others give healthier, happier lives to themselves, argues Meredith Maran.