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Connecting with others is the single most important thing we can do for our happiness.

When we’re with other people, we feel more positive emotions, which leads to greater happiness. When we’re happier, we have better relationships. This in turn leads to more positive emotions…and being on an “upward spiral” of well-being and happiness.

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Connecting with Your Kids at Any Age

Attachment research tends to focus on birth-18 months, but you can bond with your kids at any age.

7 Good Reasons To Cry Your Eyes Out

New York Times reporter Benedict Carey referred to tears in a recent piece as “emotional perspiration.”

Connecting with Baby Before Birth

Ubiquitous prenatal gadgets tempt pregnant women at every turn as the market is saturated with ever-changing options for mommy, daddy, and baby. 

Deployment Diary: Who Are You Calling Dependent?

The term “military dependent” is no longer used in polite military society, replaced not so long ago by the far more PC “family member”. 

Confessions of a Spiritual Rookie: How Comfortable are YOU Naked?

In the past year I have had two specific opportunities to test how comfortable I am naked in public. On a scale of “1-10”, “1”

Videos

The Loneliness Alarm

 Dr. John Cacioppo studies loneliness and social isolation.

The Loneliness Alarm

Dr. John Cacioppo studies loneliness and social isolation.

The Tap Code (NEW)

Your browser does not support the video tag. Bob Shumaker describes the Tap Code he developed as a POW.

You can’t buy happiness

Your browser does not support the video tag. America Ferrara, the star of the hit TV series Ugly Betty, shares a personal story...

The Loneliness Alarm

 Dr. John Cacioppo, who studies loneliness and social isolation, explains that loneliness is connected to mental and physical disorders.

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