Greater Good Live
Christine Carter offers research-tested tools for happier, healthier kids and families.
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Some people think gratitude is hokey or pointless. Here’s how to help them think differently.
Do sports, music lessons, and enrichment activities increase kids’ success?
Getting kids an autopilot for the stuff they have to do everyday
I find it annoying to play referee. Here’s how I keep my time breaking up fights and enforcing the rules to a minimum.
Summer is upon us, and this means that our children are likely to spend a lot more time with their siblings, if they’ve got them. Here are 3 quick tips for fostering good sibling relationships.
Know some entitled brats? A regular gratitude practice could be just the ticket.
What will it take for you to lead a happy life? The case for not always spending more time with your kids.
Want to teach kids a simple meditation? Here’s how I do “loving kindness” meditation.
Even though Thanksgiving is quickly becoming a distant memory, giving thanks can still be a significant part of our daily family lives. Here are my three favorite family gratitude practices.
Our crazy busy lives—especially at this time of year!—can be stressful. Here are three tips for managing your stress year-round.
If you are starting to feel over-whelmed by the December holidays, you aren’t alone! In this quick video, I give three tips for making the holidays more meaningful than they are stressful.
Christine Carter explains why gratitude—an emotion that can seem hokey—actually provides a significant boost to our happiness and life satisfaction.
With Thanksgiving approaching, Christine Carter offers three ways to help adults and kids truly make the holidays a time for gratitude.