Tag: Emotions


Tag: Emotions

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"I learned the injustice caused by violence is tremendous," said Emarco Washington (pictured). "It was, 'Wow! I hurt all these people. I was blinded by my own stupidity.'"

Articles: Justice For All

By Kathleen Kenna | March 1, 2005

Rehabilitating inmates in America’s prisons and jails may seem like a lost cause. But one innovative program has helped them empathize with their victims and turn their lives around.


Articles: Taking Lessons from a Baby

By Sandy Naiman | March 1, 2005

To teach compassion and parenting skills to children, this Canadian program relies on some small instructors.


Articles: What an Apology Must Do

By Aaron Lazare | September 1, 2004

The "Peace Mural" painted across the street from Norwood Street Elementary School. It spans two walls formerly covered by grafitti.

Articles: Gaming the School System

By Matthew Wheeland | September 1, 2004

Thanks to one program, students have found that resolving their differences can be all fun and games.


Articles: Making Change

By Linda Biehl | September 1, 2004


Articles: The Choice to Forgive

By Fred Luskin | September 1, 2004

Forgiveness takes practice, says Fred Luskin, but it's a skill almost anyone can learn. He shares his research-tested method for helping people give up their grudges.


Articles: Book Review: The Psychology of Gratitude

By Christine Carter | September 1, 2004

Edited by Robert A. Emmons and Michael E. McCullough
Oxford University Press, 2004, 368 pages

Jordan's King Abdullah II and President Bush in the White House Rose Garden discussing the abuses at Abu Ghraib prison with the media on May 6, 2004.

Articles: Making Peace Through Apology

By Aaron Lazare | September 1, 2004

There's more than one way to say "I'm sorry," according to apology expert Aaron Lazare. Some apologies encourage forgiveness and reconciliation; others only make things worse. Here's how to tell the difference.

Linda Lantieri (left), the founder of Project Renewal, with high school principal Ada Rosario Dolch.

Articles: Caring for the Caregivers

By Sarita Tukarama | September 1, 2004

To help teachers deal with the stress of their job, new programs are drawing on some unconventional—and research-tested—techniques.


Articles: Life Science

By Everett L. Worthington Jr. | September 1, 2004


Articles: The New Science of Forgiveness

By Everett L. Worthington Jr. | September 1, 2004

Everett L. Worthington, Jr. has dedicated his career to the study of forgiveness. He has found that it carries tremendous health and social benefits—and he's taken his research to heart.


Articles: Book Review: Destructive Emotions

By Elizabeth Cushing Payne | March 1, 2004

by Daniel Goleman
Bantam Books, 2003, 432 pages


Articles: Love on the Brain

By Jason Marsh | March 1, 2004


Articles: The Compassionate Instinct

By Dacher Keltner | March 1, 2004

Think humans are born selfish? Think again. Dacher Keltner reveals the compassionate side to human nature.


Articles: Book Review: Kids Working It Out

By Elizabeth Cushing Payne | March 1, 2004

Edited by Tricia S. Jones and Randy Compton
Jossey-Bass, 2003, 360 pages


Articles: Testing the CDP

By Elizabeth Cushing Payne | March 1, 2004


Articles: From the Editors: Spring 2004

By Jason Marsh | March 1, 2004


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