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Raising Happiness: Why I Send My Kids to Camp

By Christine Carter | July 1, 2013

This year, they’ll be away for THREE weeks. I’m heartbroken and kidsick already.

 

Articles: Five Ways to Cultivate Gratitude at Work

By Jeremy Adam Smith | May 16, 2013

Americans are less likely to say "thanks" on the job than anywhere else, which hurts productivity and happiness. That needs to change.

 

Articles: Five Ways to Renew an Old Love

By Barbara Fredrickson | February 12, 2013

Love is fleeting, says one of the world's leading experts on positive emotion. But with practice, you can foster love anytime you wish—and in doing so, renew old bonds.

 

Articles: How Love Grows in Your Body

By Jeremy Adam Smith | February 7, 2013

Here are the places where romantic love abides in our bodies—and the role each one plays in sustaining love over time.

 

Articles: Why Inequality Is Bad for the One Percent

By Jason Marsh | September 25, 2012

What Mitt Romney’s “47 percent” video reveals about the links between inequality, compassion, and happiness.

 

Articles: Three Ways Administrators Can Foster Teachers’ Growth

By Vicki Zakrzewski | August 27, 2012

Can administrators help teachers feel safe enough to make mistakes and ask questions? Research says the answer is yes.

 
Dutton, 2012, 223 pages

Articles: Can We Find Morality in a Molecule?

By Jill Suttie | July 10, 2012

A new book argues that the success of an economic system may lie with the hormone oxytocin.

 
Newt Gingrich and his current wife, Callista.

Articles: Marriage Advice for Newt Gingrich

By Jeremy Adam Smith | January 24, 2012

The GOP presidential candidate cheated on his wife, then reportedly asked for an open marriage. What can we learn from his mistakes?

 

Articles: Here’s How Trusting You Are

By Gregg Sparkman | November 21, 2011

Results from the Greater Good trust quiz.

 
Do you trust this man? This GGSC's Dacher Keltner.

Articles: Is that Stranger Trustworthy? You’ll Know in 20 seconds

By Yasmin Anwar | November 15, 2011

New research co-authored by the GGSC's Dacher Keltner suggests we can instinctively detect whether a stranger is inclined to kindness.

 

Articles: John Gottman on Trust and Betrayal

By John Gottman | October 29, 2011

The nation's top marriage expert explains why trust is essential to couples and communities--and how we can build it.

 
John Gottman explains how trust may be the most vital ingredient to a successful relationship.

Videos and Podcasts: The Importance of Trust

By John Gottman | October 28, 2011

John Gottman explains how trust may be the most vital ingredient to a successful relationship.

 
John Gottman explains that couples build trust the small moments of a relationship, when we’re emotionally attuned to our partner.

Videos and Podcasts: How to Build Trust

By John Gottman | October 23, 2011

John Gottman explains that couples build trust the small moments of a relationship, when we’re emotionally attuned to our partner.

 
John Gottman explains that trust is found in stronger, healthier, and more just communities.

Videos and Podcasts: Trust and Inequality

By John Gottman | October 22, 2011

John Gottman explains that trust is found in stronger, healthier, and more just communities.

 

Articles: Connecting through “Collaborative Consumption”

By Jill Suttie, Rachel Botsman, Lauren Anderson | October 6, 2011

A new movement helps people save money and make friends. Could it help build a more cooperative society along the way?

 
WW Norton, 2011, 480 pages

Articles: From Our Bookshelf: Trusting Relationships, Caring for the Caregivers

By Jill Suttie | September 8, 2011

A round-up of recent books: The Science of Trust, The Comfort Garden, and Applied Positive Psychology.

 

Articles: Does Inequality Make Us Unhappy?

By Carmen Sobczak | July 26, 2011

A new study suggests Americans' happiness declines when there’s a wider gap between rich and poor.

 

Research Digest Items/Studies: Why Kids Trust

 

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Articles: Why Other People’s Good News Could Be Good for You

By Matthew Brim | November 15, 2010

A recent study shows how sharing positive experiences can make relationships stronger.

 

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