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Your Brain Is Hardwired for Love—Meditation Helps You Fully Express It
Your Brain Is Hardwired for Love—Meditation Helps You Fully Express It
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Meditation is a lot more than just chilling out and reflecting. It can actually rewire your brain to...
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What men need to know about planning a family
What men need to know about planning a family
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Having a child can be tough for some couples, but Mayo Clinic fertility specialist Dr. Landon Trost...
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What parents should know about kids and golf
What parents should know about kids and golf
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Golf has become a popular and competitive sport for kids. But, like many other sports, golf puts kid...
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Why You Should Never Let Your Kids Play Football
Why You Should Never Let Your Kids Play Football
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A new study on the impact of playing football on brains has been released, the results may destroy t...
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Original Wisdom
Original Wisdom
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As modern humans, we're surrounded by systems of authority and control which can either enable or co...
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How Should We Treat Our Elders?
How Should We Treat Our Elders?
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Jayar Jackson and Michael Shure, the hosts of The Young Turks, break it down. Support The Young Turk...
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Why school should start later for teens
Why school should start later for teens
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Teens don't get enough sleep, and it's not because of Snapchat, social lives or hormones -- it's bec...
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The science of nurturing and its impact on premature babies
The science of nurturing and its impact on premature babies
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A long-term study on helping preterm babies, using the simplest of interventions, is showing signs o...
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Stopping Psychopaths in Their Developmental Stage
Stopping Psychopaths in Their Developmental Stage
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"I'm a very lucky psychopath," says neuroscientist James Fallon, who discovered he had borderline ps...
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Why Are Millennial Women Ashamed About Out-earning Men?
Why Are Millennial Women Ashamed About Out-earning Men?
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New research shows that young women who are out-earning men feel ashamed about it. Ana Kasparian, Br...
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Single Life Vs. Married Life
Single Life Vs. Married Life
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There's evidence indicating that more people are single now than ever before, people are freaking ou...
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What we don't know about mother's milk
What we don't know about mother's milk
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Breast milk grows babies' bodies, fuels neurodevelopment, provides essential immunofactors and safeg...
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Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin - A hilarious celebration of lifelong female friendship
Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin - A hilarious celebration of lifelong female friendsh...
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Legendary duo Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin have been friends for decades. In a raw, tender and wide-ra...
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6 ways to support loved ones and friends with cancer
6 ways to support loved ones and friends with cancer
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Why are we afraid or uncomfortable when someone we love has cancer? We don’t know how this horror mo...
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Why women should tell the stories of humanity
Why women should tell the stories of humanity
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For many centuries (and for many reasons) critically acclaimed creative genius has generally come fr...
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The best ways to teach your little kids about money
The best ways to teach your little kids about money
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Personal finance guru Beth Kobliner thinks kids should be learning about money and key economic conc...
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What we can learn about love from Adam and Eve
What we can learn about love from Adam and Eve
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Adam and Eve could be called the most famous couple in history. In "The First Love Story: Adam, Eve...
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To raise brave girls, encourage adventure
To raise brave girls, encourage adventure
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Gutsy girls skateboard, climb trees, clamber around, fall down, scrape their knees, get right back u...
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National Puppy Day Reminds Us Of The Benefits Of Dogs
National Puppy Day Reminds Us Of The Benefits Of Dogs
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In honor of National Puppy Day, here are a few ways our 4-legged friends make our daily lives better...
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Using Sunday dinners to bridge social divides
Using Sunday dinners to bridge social divides
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Can a simple meal help bridge the social and racial divides in our country? Dana Bash had lunch with...
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Trouble With Long-Term Relationships?
Trouble With Long-Term Relationships?
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A new study shows attractive people have more trouble staying together. Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian...
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Got Relationship Goals? Relational Thinking Is Your Launchpad
Got Relationship Goals? Relational Thinking Is Your Launchpad
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When you treat business relationships as perfunctory or shallow, the truth us, you lose. The dynamic...
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How to practice safe sexting
How to practice safe sexting
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Sexting, like anything that's fun, runs its risks -- but a serious violation of privacy shouldn't be...
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Why Some Women Can't Orgasm?
Why Some Women Can't Orgasm?
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There is an “orgasm gap” that affects mostly women. Cenk Uygur, Ana Kasparian, Ben Mankiewicz, and A...
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When is the best time to give my children their inheritance money?
When is the best time to give my children their inheritance money?
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Most people want to financially support their children and grandchildren at some point in their live...
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Valentine's Day: A love's dream
Valentine's Day: A love's dream
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It’s the story of Polly and Joe – who have Down’s Syndrome. They met at college and got married – an...
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Five financial myths in divorce
Five financial myths in divorce
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Relationships can be rocky and if things don't work out there is a long and bumpy road leading to di...
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Don't Take Marriage Advice From Fox News
Don't Take Marriage Advice From Fox News
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Fox News is offering you marriage advice...from 1956. Ana Kasparian and John Iadarola, the hosts of...
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How to have better political conversations
How to have better political conversations
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Robb Willer studies the forces that unite and divide us. As a social psychologist, he researches how...
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Five things you never knew about money and marriage
Five things you never knew about money and marriage
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When two people decide to tie the knot it's not just their families and futures that are bound toget...
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FROM THE EDITORS

InnerSelf Newsletter: September 20, 2020
by InnerSelf Staff
The theme of the newsletter this week can be summed up as "you can do it" or more specifically "we can do it!". This is another way of saying "you/we have the power to make a change". The image of…
What Works For Me: "I Can Do It!"
by Marie T. Russell, InnerSelf
The reason I share "what works for me" is that it may work for you as well. If not exactly the way I do it, since we are all unique, some variance of the attitude or method may very well be something…
InnerSelf Newsletter: September 6, 2020
by InnerSelf Staff
We see life through the lenses of our perception. Stephen R. Covey wrote: “We see the world, not as it is, but as we are──or, as we are conditioned to see it.” So this week, we take a look at some…
InnerSelf Newsletter: August 30, 2020
by InnerSelf Staff
The roads we are travelling these days are as old as the times, yet are new for us. The experiences we are having are as old as the times, yet they also are new for us. The same goes for the…
When The Truth Is So Terrible It Hurts, Take Action
by Marie T. Russell, InnerSelf.com
Amidst all the horrors taking place these days, I am inspired by the rays of hope that shine through. Ordinary people standing up for what is right (and against what is wrong). Baseball players,…