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Tag: Conflict Resolution


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Elizabeth Cohen (second row, far left) with a class of graduates from the mindfulness class she has lead since January of 2007 at the Lowell Correctional Institute for
Women in Ocala, Florida.

Articles: Mindfulness Behind Bars

By Elizabeth Cohen | May 26, 2010

Elizabeth Cohen has found that mindfulness can not only help reduce anger and aggression inside prison walls. It can give inmates skills they need for life after release.

Looking for the Half Full blog?!?  This is it!  We've renamed it Raising Happiness.  Same author (Christine Carter) same content.

Raising Happiness: Try This: Build Emotional Literacy

By Christine Carter | May 14, 2010

This video from the Rachael Ray Show features Raising Happiness techniques for increasing gratitude, joy, and emotional intelligence in your household--while reducing sibling conflict and back-talk.


Raising Happiness: How to Raise a Hero

By Christine Carter | February 11, 2010


Raising Happiness: Siblings: How to Help them be Friends Forever

By Christine Carter | January 20, 2010


Raising Happiness: Should We Stay Together for the Kids?

By Christine Carter | November 3, 2009


Articles: Can Emotional Intelligence Be Taught?

By Katie Goldsmith | October 30, 2009


Articles: University Diversity

By Joy Suzanne Grazer | July 9, 2009


Articles: You Talkin’ To Me?

By Randall Collins | April 1, 2009

Sociologist Randall Collins suggests four practical, research-tested ways to defuse violence.


Articles: New Spring Books: Staying with Conflict and Longing and Belonging

By Jill Suttie | April 1, 2009


Raising Happiness: Would You Guys Just Knock It Off? 10 Steps to Peace in Your Household

By Christine Carter | December 2, 2008


Raising Happiness: Conflict: It’s a Good Thing

By Christine Carter | November 23, 2008


Raising Happiness: Happiness is being socially connected

By Christine Carter | October 31, 2008


Articles: Daughters, Mothers, and God

By Rodolfo Cortes | April 24, 2008


Raising Happiness: How to Fight

By Christine Carter | February 11, 2008


Articles: increasing the human capacity for empathic curiosity

By Tom White | May 16, 2007


Articles: The Anatomy of Peace

By Jill Suttie | September 1, 2006

By The Arbinger Institute
Berrett-Koehler, 2006, 231 pages


Articles: Notes on Peace Camp

By Michelle Flythe | March 1, 2006

PeaceMaker video game co-producers Asi Burak (left) and Eric Brown (right), with Laurie Eisenberg, a professor at Carnegie Mellon University who has served as an advisor on the game

Articles: Digital Diplomacy

By Kathy M. Newman | March 1, 2006

In an industry often criticized for promoting sex and violence, a new video game helps users bring peace to the Middle East. But will anyone want to play?


Articles: Feeling Like Partners

By Philip A. Cowan, Carolyn P. Cowan, Neera Mehta | September 1, 2005

When it comes to romantic relationships, empathy is essential, but it isn’t always easy, say family researchers Philip A. Cowan, Carolyn Pape Cowan, and Neera Mehta. They explain the obstacles couples face—and how to overcome them.


Articles: The View from Above the Fray

By Dan Wile | September 1, 2005


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