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Raising Happiness: Rethinking Optimism

By Christine Carter | May 4, 2011

Fostering confidence in children is easier than you think.

 

Research Digest Items/Studies: When Do We Forgive?

 

Articles: Holiday Healing

By Joshua Coleman | December 14, 2010

Joshua Coleman discusses how to make the holidays a time for family closeness, not conflict.

 

Articles: 6 Simple Practices to Handle Holiday Stress

By James Baraz | December 9, 2010

James Baraz explains how you can really enjoy the holidays.

 

Articles: Social Connections Keep Pregnant Moms Healthy

By Eliana Osborn | December 6, 2010

A study suggests how a sense of community can help at-risk pregnant women.

 

Research Digest Items/Studies: Positive Workplaces, Positive Families

 

Raising Happiness: Teenagers: Are Yours More Entitled Than Grateful?

By Christine Carter | November 18, 2010

When gratitude is a good idea that doesn’t work

 
The award-winning New York Times columnist offers lessons for navigating the practical and emotional challenges of end-of-life, based on research and her own personal experiences.

Videos and Podcasts: Jane Brody on What Makes a Good Death

By The Greater Good Science Center at UC Berkeley | November 4, 2010

The award-winning New York Times columnist offers lessons for navigating the practical and emotional challenges of end-of-life, based on research and her own personal experiences.

 
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Articles: What Makes a Good Death?

By Michael Bergeisen | November 4, 2010

Award-winning New York Times columnist Jane Brody offers lessons for navigating the practical and emotional challenges of end-of-life--part of Greater Good's podcast series.

 

Research Digest Items/Studies: Why Some Child Soldiers Don’t Develop PTSD

 
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Raising Happiness: What Are You Happy About?

By Janine Kovac | September 30, 2010

New Friday Feature: Community Gratitude Journal

 

Articles: How Parents Can Start to Reconcile with Estranged Kids

By Joshua Coleman | August 25, 2010

In his latest guest blog post, psychologist Joshua Coleman explains that to repair a relationship with estranged children, parents today need to make the first move.

 

Research Digest Items/Studies: How to Promote Emotional Well-Being after a Brain Injury

 

Research Digest Items/Studies: Social Support and Caregiver Burdern in Taiwan

 

Articles: Growing Pains

By Joshua Coleman | July 8, 2010

In his first guest blog post, psychologist Joshua Coleman explains why today's parents sometimes become estranged from their adult children—and how they can overcome these conflicts.

 

Research Digest Items/Studies: Falling Happiness in the Rising Economy of China

 
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.

 
Research shows that family mealtime together is a great way to contribute to kids’ health and well-being. Christine Carter gives parents practical tips on ABC’s afternoon talkshow “The View From the Bay.”

Videos and Podcasts: The Benefits of Family Mealtime

By Jason Marsh | April 1, 2010

Research shows that family mealtime together is a great way to contribute to kids’ health and well-being. Christine Carter gives parents practical tips on ABC’s afternoon talkshow “The View From the Bay.”

 

Raising Happiness: Walking the Talk: Happiness is…a Holiday Tradition

By Christine Carter | December 10, 2009

 

Articles: “How Can You Do That To Your Children?”

By Meredith Maran | December 1, 2009

Meredith Maran explains why she wanted her children to grow up in a multicultural community—and what effect it had on her family.

 

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