Raising Happiness: Podcast: Is Divorce Always Bad for Kids?By Christine Carter and Rona Renner | May 3, 2012
What does the research show?
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What does the research show?
Rona and I are both divorced; we’ve both considered the issue deeply both personally and professionally. When is divorce better for kids than staying together?
What do you need out of your relationship? What are your priorities? This podcast is about creating harmony in our relationships—without rolling back to a time when women subverted their need’s to their husbands.
In the give and take of a relationship, are your needs being lost?
Twenty percent of kids are damaged by divorce. Here’s how to make kids part of the other 80 percent.
Or will it actually be good for your kids?
Four things you can to do to find out
A new study suggests how people can heal from the end of their marriage.
Practice tools for teaching empathy to children--on your spouse.
Part Two of a series on fighting with co-parents
Some relationship problems are workable. Others aren’t. Here's how to tell the difference.
Part One of a series on fighting with co-parents
When parents fight—which we all do—we can damage our children
Most of the time, gratitude is good. But research finds that there are situations when "thank you" may be the wrong response.
It's easy to feel grateful when life is good, says Robert Emmons. But when disaster strikes, gratitude is worth the effort.
Job satisfaction is at record lows. What does it take to overcome the fear of change, especially in tough economic times?
These two books give us insights into how brain science can help us understand our nature, improve our lives, and help us empathize with those who may have memory lapses.
A new study finds that training in compassion makes us more altruistic—and explores the neuroscience behind why.
The GGSC’s six-day Summer Institute will equip educators with social-emotional learning tools that will benefit both students and teachers. Registration is now closed.
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Dr. Christine Carter's blog on the science of raising happy kids.» READ MORE
Talks by inspiring speakers like Jon Kabat-Zinn, Dacher Keltner, and Barbara Fredrickson.Watch
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