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Footage on the Web site was originally produced for This Emotional Life, a co-production of the NOVA/WGBH Science Unit and Vulcan Productions, Inc. A Film by Kunhardt McGee Productions.

Vulcan Productions:

Executives-in-Charge

Paul G. Allen
Jody Allen Patton

Senior Executive Producer
Richard Hutton

Supervising Producer
Bonnie Benjamin- Phariss

Line Producer
Hilary Sparrow

Production Assistance
Miriam Larkin
Joanna Gallagher

Legal Services
Davina Inslee

Business Affairs Consultant
B.J. Miller

Design Director
Erik Davidson

Method:

Project Management
Bridget McDonough

Account Management
AnnMari Shannahan
David Lipkin

Content & Editorial

Chris Vail, Director
Mary Robertson, Video
Naftali Beane Rutter, Video
Vinita Mehta, Research
Linda Raskin Copyediting
Ellie Ratcliff, Production Assistance

Design
Milena Sadee, Director
Tomas Celizna, Designer
Rusty Munro, Designer

User Experience
Kaushik Panchal, Director
Shagun Singh, UX Designer

Technology
Kevin Rogers, Sr. Architect
Will Tran, Developer
Jon Pugh, Developer

Cause & Affect:

Executive Producer
Meredith Blake

Associate Producers
Ted Richane
Shanna Rosen Belott

Production Assistance
Kim Johnson
Caitlin Krapf

Relationship Research Institute:

Kaeleen Drummey
Dan Friend
Carolyn Pirak
Dan Yoshimoto
Emily Nackley

Writer
Cynthia Scheiderer

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Bonnie Benjamin-Phariss
Vulcan Productions
(206) 342-2197
bonnieb@vulcan.com

Hilary Sparrow
Vulcan Productions
(206) 342-2579
hilarys@vulcan.com

Recent Blog Posts

The Meaning of Happiness

Over the course of the past two years, This Emotional Life has invited us to consider happiness in our lives. The definition of happiness most agreed upon by neuroscientists, psychiatrists, economists, positive psychologists and Buddhist Monks is not of happiness as the state of bursting with glee but of happiness as a sense of well being, contentment, the feeling of living a meaningful life, of utilizing one’s gifts, of living with thought and with purpose.

Attachment Angst? Pave a Path of Presence

Parents are often burdened by internalized expectations surrounding attachment. Cultural pressures seep into our pores, clogging our hearts/minds with a million different ideas of how we "should" raise our children. Egging women on to embody unattainable perfection from head to toe, cultural pressures leave us feeling compass-less and palpably insecure during times when we need to trust ourselves most.  Ubiquitous Super Mommy messages drain the life force out of genuine connection and intuitive responsiveness.

Coming Home: What the Future Holds for Our Veterans and their Families

The men and women who serve in the U.S. military are a dedicated and determined collection of individuals. They are young and not so young. They are single and married, with children and without. They are straight and gay, financially stable and barely scraping by. And they are from all races and all communities. They are highly skilled, well trained, and impressively hard-working. They withstand a level of physical and psychological strain that most of us would neither choose nor be able to tolerate. They witness brutality and suffering that we can barely imagine.

The Pursuit of Happiness: Your Inalienable Right

Over the course of the past two years, This Emotional Life has invited us to consider happiness in our lives. The definition of happiness most agreed upon by neuroscientists, psychiatrists, economists, positive psychologists and Buddhist Monks is not of happiness as the state of bursting with glee but of happiness as a sense of well being, contentment, the feeling of living a meaningful life, of utilizing one’s gifts, of living with thought and with purpose.