You Are Unique, Yet “You” Is Not Really “I,” It Is “We”
You Are Unique, Yet “You” Is Not Really “I,” It Is “We”
in Communication by Will Wilkinson
Can you be bold to love the world? Can you put your love for the world first? When you do, when it’s the real thing,…
The Universe Rewards Us for Giving and for Gratitude
The Universe Rewards Us for Giving and for Gratitude
in Gratitude & Service by Nancy E. Yearout
Have you ever heard the saying “You get what you give”? This short saying is true. When you do nice things for others…
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How The Social Gospel Movement Explains The Roots Of Today's Religious Left
in Religions and Beliefs by Christopher H. Evans, Boston University
Throughout American history, religion has played a significant role in promoting social reform.
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When Is The Right Time For Your Child To Take A Test?
in Parenting by Francesca Gino, Professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business School
Standardized tests have become the primary tool for determining a student’s academic ability. Legislators and…
The Endless Circle Of Grace: Surrender, Acceptance and Peace
The Endless Circle Of Grace: Surrender, Acceptance and Peace
in Forgiveness & Acceptance by Maresha Donna Ducharme
Reoccurring demands and challenges can be particularly frustrating. Everyone knows what it feels like to go two steps…
Shame: It's Unhealthy, Self-Destructive & Extremely Toxic
Shame: It's Unhealthy, Self-Destructive & Extremely Toxic
in Perfectionism by Mary Hayes Grieco
Shame is an unhealthy and extremely toxic emotion that makes a person very sick inside. It plays out in families and in…
Why Loneliness Can Be More Deadly Than Obesity
Loneliness Can Be More Deadly Than Obesity
in Friendship by Gillian Leithman, Concordia University
Independence is glorified in North American culture as a symbol of strength. As a society, we value individual…
Guided to "Drive South": Everywhere I Went A Blessing Came
Guided to "Drive South": Everywhere I Went A Blessing Came
in Inspiration by David Schock
One morning I awoke and realized I had absolutely no plans for the day. The gallery was closed until the weekend, and I…
How To Be More Persuasive
How To Be More Persuasive
in Happiness & Success by Harriet Dempsey-Jones, University of Oxford
‘So…what do you say?’ Everett Collection Whether it’s getting your partner to do more housework or making your…
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How Obamacare Changed The Love Lives Of Young Adults
in Attitude Adjustments by Joelle Abramowitz, University of Michigan
It seems that each week, a new development about the Affordable Care Act calls into question the future of health care…
Watch Out for Preconceived Notions and Limiting Beliefs
Watch Out for Preconceived Notions and Limiting Beliefs
in Perfectionism by Marie T. Russell, InnerSelf
We all have opinions, beliefs, preconceived notions, etc. And I've noticed, in myself and others, a tendency to…
How To Live Beyond Fear
How To Stop Fearing Life and Live Beyond Fear
in Creating Realities by Arnaud Desjardins
One day, as I was answering a question on the subject of death, the following words came to me: "You are not afraid of…
Why Wanting Revenge Is Only Natural
Why Wanting Revenge Is Only Natural
in Anger Management by Stephen Fineman, University of Bath
Revenge in fiction can be shocking, but it often embeds a moral message. There is heroic revenge, a staple of the…
We owe these 5 research discoveries to twins
We Owe These 5 Research Discoveries To Twins
in Behavior Modification by Catriona May-University Of Melbourne
Twin research has led to all kinds incredible insights into an important mystery: nature vs. nurture or how the…
What is Karma And What Are Its Effects?
What is Karma And What Are Its Effects?
in Religions and Beliefs by Daisaku Ikeda
Each of us creates our own karma. Our past thoughts, speech and behavior have shaped our present reality, and our…
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Horoscope Current Week: November 13 to 19, 2017
in Horoscope by Pam Younghans
This weekly astrological journal is based on planetary influences, and offers perspectives and insights to assist you…
Why Parents Should Never Spank Children
Why Parents Should Never Spank Children
in Parenting by Tracie O. Afifi, University of Manitoba and Elisa Romano, University of Ottawa
There is no research evidence that spanking improves child behavior. On the contrary, spanking is associated with…
What We Need Is Each Other: Our Time, Talent, Attention & Love
What We Need Is Each Other: Our Time, Talent, Attention & Love
in Life Changes by Kent M. Keith
The power to bring about change is in our hands. That's because the most important thing that each of us needs is each…
Expanding Your Connection with Nature and the Cosmos
Expanding Your Connection with Nature and the Cosmos
in Intuitive Awareness by Meg Beeler
Your body “knows” connection with nature when you hike, garden, watch the moon rise, or collect stones and shells. Your…
Does Everyone Have An Inner Compass?
Does Everyone Have An Inner Compass?
in Inspiration by Barbara Berger
How do I know that everyone has an inner compass? To answer this question, let's start by taking a look at what’s…
Is Sexual Harassment Part Of Growing Up
Is Sexual Harassment Part Of Growing Up
in Couples by Fiona Vera-Gray, Durham University
Allegations about sexual harassment in Hollywood, British politics and various other sectors have exposed a reality…
Music Only Helps You Concentrate If You're Doing The Right Kind Of Task
Music Only Helps You Concentrate If You're Doing The Right Kind Of Task
in Behavior Modification by Nick Perham, Cardiff Metropolitan University
Many of us listen to music while we work, thinking that it will help us to concentrate on the task at hand.
Why Is It Nice To Be Nice?
Why Is It Nice To Be Nice?
in Relationships by Eva M Krockow, Andrew M Colman and Briony Pulford, University of Leicester
World Kindness Day is a global 24-hour celebration dedicated to paying-it-forward and focusing on the good. We are…
How To Live From Your Heart & Welcome Everyone with Love
How To Live From Your Heart and Welcome Everyone with Love
in Relationships by Caroline Sutherland
In order to reach the summit of your own personal mountain, your mandate must be to love, inspire, and serve others in…
How To Look After A Dying Loved One At Home
How To Look After A Dying Loved One At Home
in Death and Dying by Liz Forbat, Australian Catholic University
When someone dies at home, everyone in the family is affected. Looking after a relative who is at the end of their life…
The Curious Relationship Between Altitude And Suicide
The Curious Relationship Between Altitude And Suicide
in Self-Help by Hoehun Ha, Auburn University at Montgomery
Suicide is one of the top 10 causes of death in the U.S.There are many factors known to affect an individual’s risk for…
Complaining Properly!!! It's The First Step of a Two-Step Process
Complaining Properly: The First Step of a Two-Step Process
in Perfectionism by Marie T. Russell
Complain? Don't we all? Of course we do, yet do we know how to complain properly? Is there such a thing as complaining…
How to Heal a Painful Family Relationship
How to Heal a Painful Family Relationship
in Family by Mary Hayes Grieco
Our relationships with parents, children, siblings, and spouses can be very complex puzzles of love and frustration —…
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Horoscope Previous Week: November 6 to 12, 2017
in Horoscope by Pam Younghans
This weekly astrological journal is based on planetary influences, and offers perspectives and insights to assist you…
What Is The True Engine of Profound Happiness?
What Is The True Engine of Profound Happiness?
in Happiness & Success by Jonathan K. DeYoe
There is a deeper dimension to happiness that transcends mere joy and zest for life. A dimension that sustains and…
Women Can Be Psychopaths Too, In Ways More Subtle But Just As Dangerous
Women Can Be Psychopaths Too, In Ways More Subtle But Just As Dangerous
in Behavior Modification by Xanthe Mallett, University of Newcastle
Hear the word psychopath and most of us think of violent, dominant men. There are lots of male psychopathic monsters…
Meditation Through Dance Has Long-Lasting Effects
Meditation Through Dance Has Long-Lasting Effects
in Meditation by Iris J. Stewart
Dance as liturgy or ritual has always been a way to honor the sacred, the mystery, turning into the spiral of life and…
The Three Parts of Relationship: You, Me, and We
The Three Parts of Relationship: You, Me, and We
in Relationships by Georgina Cannon
We are always in a relationship of some sort. A relationship contains three components: you, someone or something else,…
Choosing Another Way: Intimacy With Yourself First
Choosing Another Way: Intimacy With Yourself First
in Yourself by Julie McIntyre
None of us ever truly forgets the nurturing, warm comfort of the womb. We spend our lives trying to re-create that…
The Idea of Sin Feeds the Engine of Self-Hatred
The Idea of Sin Feeds the Engine of Self-Hatred
in Spirituality & Mindfulness by D. Patrick Miller
One of the ego’s chief delusions is the idea of sin, which has become institutionalized in Christianity and serves as…
The Word and the Womb: Getting the Support You Need
The Word and the Womb: Getting the Support You Need
in Creating Realities by Alan Cohen
How much should you tell other people about what is really important to you? Should you broadcast your dreams to…
My Experiment in Forced Simplicity
My Experiment in Forced Simplicity
in Inspiration by Barry Vissell
For someone so inspired by the poverty and simplicity of St. Francis, it’s embarrassing for me to admit how dependent I…
Why The Clocks Changing Are Great For Your Brain
Why The Clocks Changing Are Great For Your Brain
in Behavior Modification by Angela Clow and Nina Smyth, University of Westminster
October is a dismal time of year. The clocks go back, which accelerates the onset of darker evenings and the “shorter…
How To Soothe Yourself To Sleep
How To Soothe Yourself To Sleep
in Self-Help by Joanna Waloszek, University of Melbourne
Getting a good night of sleep can seem like the most effortless and natural thing in the world, but when we can’t fall…
Life After Death: Americans Are Embracing New Ways To Leave Their Remains
Life After Death: Americans Are Embracing New Ways To Leave Their Remains
in Death and Dying by Tanya D. Marsh, Wake Forest University
What do you want to happen to your remains after you die?For the past century, most Americans have accepted a limited…
Be True To Yourself and You Will Never Fall
Be True To Yourself and You Will Never Fall
in Inspiration by Chris Grosso
This isn’t a new spirituality, but rather all spirituality. It is not exclusive to any person, sect, religion, race,…
Why Working With Buddies Can Improve Performance
Why Working With Buddies Can Improve Performance
in Performance by Nadira Faber, University of Oxford
We routinely work together with other people. Often, we try to achieve shared goals in groups, whether as a team of…
Why Not To Use Technology As A Bargaining Chip With Your Kids
Why Not To Use Technology As A Bargaining Chip With Your Kids
in Parenting by Joanne Orlando, Western Sydney University
Do you take away your teenager’s phone to manage their behavior? Maybe when they arrive home late from a party or…
Questions to Ask Yourself If You Feel You Are In Crisis
3 Questions to Ask Yourself When You Feel You Are In Crisis
in Fear and Worry by Barbara Berger
Sometimes I like to say what would we do without our crises? Or – who would we be if we never met a good crisis? Just…