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Articles: How to Overcome Destructive AngerBy Bernard Golden | August 2, 2016
Anger can make us feel out of control. Bernard Golden shares three tips for taming our temper.
According to a new study, a mindfulness training program could help law enforcement officers cope with a harrowing job.
Articles: The Right Way to Get Angry at WorkBy Deanna Geddes, Dirk Lindebaum | April 19, 2016
Anger has a place at work, Deanna Geddes and Dirk Lindebaum argue, as long as it meets three conditions.
Articles: The Right Way to Get AngryBy Todd Kashdan, Robert Biswas-Diener | October 20, 2014
Anger is a tool that helps us read and respond to upsetting social situations. But how can you stop it from getting out of hand?
Articles: How Parents Can Keep Their CoolBy Jill Suttie | June 3, 2014
Two new books tackle the problem of raising difficult kids, offering solutions that are both more compassionate and successful than harsh discipline.
Raising Happiness: Why I Yell at My KidsBy Christine Carter | April 29, 2014
Do you sometimes yell at your kids, just like Christine Carter? A new book can help.
Articles: When Getting Angry Makes You HappyBy Lauren Klein | April 2, 2013
A new study shows how seeking happiness at the right time may be more important than seeking happiness all the time.
Videos and Podcasts: How Hectic Are Your Mornings?By Christine Carter and Rona Renner | January 31, 2013
Tips for a peaceful and easy morning routine
Articles: How to Heal the Angry BrainBy Jill Suttie | May 8, 2012
A new book reveals how understanding the way your brain works can help you control anger and aggression.
Research Digest Items/Studies: The Angry Brain
Raising Happiness: Podcast: How to Respond to Kids’ TantrumsBy Christine Carter and Rona Renner | February 9, 2012
Kids get frustrated, too!
Videos and Podcasts: How to Respond to Kids’ TantrumsBy Christine Carter and Rona Renner | February 9, 2012
Videos and Podcasts: Was That Me Yelling?!?By Christine Carter and Rona Renner | October 20, 2011
I’ve decided 10,000 times never ever to yell at my children again. Rona gives me tips for getting my kids’ attention without yelling.
Raising Happiness: Podcast: Helping Kids Cope with Uncomfortable EmotionsBy Christine Carter and Rona Renner | July 4, 2011
What to do when you--or your kids--are feeling bad
Videos and Podcasts: Helping Kids Cope with Uncomfortable EmotionsBy Christine Carter and Rona Renner | July 4, 2011
As the popular post “Comfortable with Discomfort” makes clear, difficult circumstances and emotions are part of living a happy life. Here’s what to do with those difficult emotions, whether they are your own or your children’s. Part 1 of a 2 part series.
Raising Happiness: What To Do When You Are UnhappyBy Christine Carter | April 6, 2011
Feeling better after we feel bad
Articles: How to Be a Supportive SpouseBy Whitney Patterson | February 11, 2011
If you want to help your partner deal with a problem, try to act invisible.
Raising Happiness: Podcast: How to Yell Less During the HolidaysBy Christine Carter and Rona Renner | November 30, 2010
Holiday stress doesn't have to equal more yelling.
Articles: Gender and TouchBy Jason Marsh | October 18, 2010
When it comes to touch, do men and women speak the same language?
Christine Carter knows meditation is good for her—but she still avoids it. Here’s how she’s trying to change.
The instructor of the world’s most popular MOOC explores how to change your life through the power of learning—and why you have more potential than you think.
A new study suggests more empathic police officers are less likely to become discouraged and demoralized.
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