Ten years after the trauma of the hurricane, a study finds that some students are having unexpected success.
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Videos and Podcasts: Facing Difficulty with GratitudeBy Jack Kornfield | September 5, 2014
In a conversation from the Greater Good Gratitude Summit, Jack Kornfield talks with Brother David Steindl-Rast about how to cultivate gratitude, even in difficult circumstances.
Articles: Six Skillful Ways to Deal with DisasterBy Linda Graham | September 4, 2014
Practical tools and resources for helping cope with the challenges and crises of our lives.
Articles: Can Suffering Lead to Success?By Jill Suttie | September 3, 2014
A new book explores when trauma triggers growth—and when it doesn't.
After the Boston Marathon explosions, we are inundated with horrific images of violence and suffering. Here's how to protect our kids--and ourselves--from vicarious trauma.
Articles: Building ResilienceBy Jill Suttie | April 16, 2013
We all face adversity in life. A new book shows how to handle trouble and obstacles in a more positive and resilient way.
Articles: Why People Are Not FeetBy Rodolfo Mendoza-Denton | June 4, 2012
What's the best way to help build the resilience of loved ones? Rodolfo Mendoza-Denton says care, not tough love, is the key.
Research Digest Items/Studies: The Keys to Resilience
A new study suggests how people can heal from the end of their marriage.
Research Digest Items/Studies: Nurturing Moms Are Better than Money
Responding to another person's suffering is hard; responding to our own suffering can be harder. Rick Hanson explains how to foster self-compassion.
Research Digest Items/Studies: Why You Should Try to See Yourself as Resilient
Research Digest Items/Studies: How to Recover from Being Wronged
Videos and Podcasts: Jane Brody on What Makes a Good DeathBy 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.
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 Kids Are More Resilient against Depression
Raising Happiness: No Labor DayBy Christine Carter | August 30, 2010
Addressing my failure to get more rest.
Videos and Podcasts: Wanting “Yes” and Getting “No”By Fred Luskin | August 23, 2010
Fred Luskin explains that the essence of forgiveness is being resilient when things don’t go your way.
In an adaptation from his new book Altruism, Buddhist monk and bestselling author Matthieu Ricard takes on the notion that humans have a fixed nature.
Here are the things Christine Carter hopes her little girl has learned before she goes out into the world.
Research on neurodegenerative diseases suggests that identity Is lost without a moral compass.
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