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In times of despair, hope hides. For a parent, child, or adult, the journey starts by deciding to open a new door:… https://t.co/yMfDOhQATt
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Even just remembering an experience of awe makes people kinder, happier, and more generous, according to the latest… https://t.co/PH0OPeCgZ6
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The science of emotions tells us that negative emotions such as fear, anger and sadness are actually healthy and us… https://t.co/3wsPIn7Zv7
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“When you have strategies to manage the ups and downs, emotions enrich your life. They don’t derail you from your g… https://t.co/AlnLoDKF1h
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A growing body of research finds that even modest increases in people's access to nature leads to better social fun… https://t.co/Nzd3DPZczC
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More countries are measuring happiness—but are they measuring the right things? https://t.co/DRXwNL6FK7
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Firing someone is emotionally challenging - easily one of the hardest parts of leadership. Here are a few practical… https://t.co/nR3YWaS5Mr
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The formation of lasting memories appears to depend on an interaction between glial cells and brain waves that are… https://t.co/eq6S2VPcwM
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How can businesses create alignment so that all stakeholders are connected with its shared values?… https://t.co/Wlt1YHidUN
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Get the right people with the right skills in the right seats - and then set them up for sustainable success. https://t.co/Tz50QbtK1I
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Practising acceptance may reduce our stress more than simple mindful awareness. https://t.co/PGnRCFALP3
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New research: 62 percent of biz performance predicted by level of TRUST in the workplace. https://t.co/IL8QjxBnIU v… https://t.co/xlWBG4cN7q
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What would emerge from 100 years dedicated to emotional intelligence - or even better, to both?… https://t.co/hcvrFTkMwY
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The formation of lasting memories appears to depend on an interaction between glial cells and brain waves that are… https://t.co/xvgIVkllRC
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We’ve become used to a shallow exchanges. “How are you? I’m fine. You?” As George Bernard Shaw said, “The single bi… https://t.co/FwgBn3jmgq
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“Parks and greenery turn out to be not just something that brightens our lives; they also turn out to be really fun… https://t.co/rBPAK1uTCT
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People who have faced significant adversity may not experience "compassion collapse." https://t.co/mFmg4pZHmT
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In his new book, Permission to Feel, Brackett advocates for everyone to develop the skills of inquiry characterized… https://t.co/9RaJCDYzrF
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Research suggests that grateful people are more skillful at coping with stress and regulating their emotions. https://t.co/Url5u4cM7I
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Megan Phelps-Roper's story of leaving the Westboro Baptist Church can teach us something about love, hate, and conn… https://t.co/ezZDBgtRAE
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