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Tag: Conflict Resolution
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Articles: Why Do We Laugh?By Jill Suttie | May 28, 2014
A new book explains what humor is, how things become funny, and why evolution gave us laughter.
Raising Happiness: Is Your Marriage Losing its Luster?By Christine Carter | January 28, 2014
Three easy ways to make it feel like new love
Raising Happiness: Tablet and Smartphone Boot Camp for Middle School ParentsBy Christine Carter | November 26, 2013
‘Tis the season for electronic gifts. But these days, parents need to provide their kids with much more than batteries for all their devices.
A new study about men, women, and conflict created controversy among our readers. Researcher Lian Bloch responds.
Raising Happiness: How to Help Kids Adjust to CollegeBy Christine Carter | October 28, 2013
Four ways to support new college students who are experiencing a rocky transition.
Raising Happiness: How to Eliminate “Junk Stimulus”By Christine Carter | October 15, 2013
Reigning in clutter adds ease to your life.
Raising Happiness: How to Avoid Burnout—or a BreakdownBy Christine Carter | October 7, 2013
Three ways working parents can combat exhaustion that don’t require radical social change.
Raising Happiness: Would Working Less Make You Happier?By Christine Carter | September 23, 2013
Is it even possible to work less in today’s economy?
Articles: Sleep Before You BickerBy Amie M. Gordon | September 17, 2013
Spoiling for a fight with your partner? Before you start, think about how well you or your partner slept the previous night.
Raising Happiness: Are you Maxed Out?By Christine Carter | September 16, 2013
Many American moms are on the brink of breakdown. Are you?
Raising Happiness: Passion + Adversity = Success?By Christine Carter | September 9, 2013
Raising Happiness: The Quiet Secret to SuccessBy Christine Carter | September 2, 2013
As the kids head back to school, I’m thinking about what really leads to success--as well as happiness. Part 2 in a 3 part series. Click here to read Part 1.
Raising Happiness: A New Theory of Elite PerformanceBy Christine Carter | August 26, 2013
As the kids head back to school, I’m thinking about what really leads to success--as well as happiness. Part one in a three-part series.
Raising Happiness: Advice for New ParentsBy Christine Carter | August 12, 2013
An open letter to my brother and his wife, who are expecting their first baby--a boy!!!--this fall.
Raising Happiness: It’s Summertime: Let’s Play!By Christine Carter | July 15, 2013
Don’t squander your summer at work or at summer school -- you’ll miss all the best benefits
A recent study validates a simple task that might preserve marital satisfaction over the long haul.
Articles: Can Parents Teach Peace?By Carmen Sobczak | November 2, 2011
A recent study suggests they can, at least some of the time.
Articles: Does SEL Make the Grade?By Jill Suttie | September 20, 2011
Fueled by new research, the social-emotional learning movement is building momentum. Is it enough to make American schools change their course?
Research Digest Items/Studies: How Our Parents Affect Our Romantic Relationships
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The way to lead a joyful life is not to pursue happiness for ourselves, argues Christine Carter, but to pursue it for others
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