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It’s a gray overcast morning in San Francisco. I sit at Gate 86 of SFO airport waiting to board UA Flight 358 to Las Vegas
Your child takes her cues from you, her parent. If you are calm, reassuring, optimistic, and supportive, your child will
You've got to own it before you can change it, and if it's who you are at this particular juncture in time, you've got to
In the meantime, says Rilling, we have to keep his findings in perspective: testosterone is just one influence among many
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3. We judge mistakes... even make fun of ourselves and others. A better tactic is to look beyond the error and learn from
Research conducted elsewhere in the world suggests that cultural context is an important consideration when it comes to parenting
1) Be Eccentric 2) Co-create and Collaborate - With Your 'Competitors' How do you find YOUR difference? Ask this question
The recent rise of discussions about introverts has been good for both extroverts and introverts in a number of ways, but
Behavioral scientists tell us relationships are the backbone of happiness, and I want to be as happy as I was during those long ago lazy days of summer. Here are some tips to help you nourish the relationships in your life, and increase your happiness as well.