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Being Empathic Doesn’t Make You a Pushover

This post was originally published on this siteLooking back at the financial collapse of 2008, I often wonder: How could investors have been so greedy? It seems as if they were so bent on “winning” that they made pretty dumb… Continue Reading →

Why Your Office Needs More Nature

This post was originally published on this siteWe’ve all had those times where it feels as though a case of the Mondays extends all week long. Could a dose of nature be what it takes to give us a boost?… Continue Reading →

The Best Science-Backed Mindfulness Practices for Stress

Mindfulness meditation has long been touted as a way to reduce stress and pain. More recently, it also has gained traction as a tool to improve our relationships, helping us to be more kind and less biased and angry when we regularly practice it. Yet when we talk… Continue Reading →

Why We Need an Empathy Revolution

It’s hard to watch someone who is suffering. We may feel their pain or absorb their sorrow; we may worry that we won’t know what to do or say. Those uncomfortable moments might make us turn away from their distress—to… Continue Reading →

Five Ways Sleep Is Good for Your Relationships

I’m a sleep lover. I like going to bed at the same time every night and getting a full night’s sleep. Deprive me of just one hour of blessed sleep, and things quickly go downhill—just ask my husband. I become… Continue Reading →

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