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Studies Show Gratitude Increases Happiness

Two psychologists, Dr. Robert A. Emmons and Dr. Michael E. McCullough, have done much of the research on gratitude. In one study, they asked all participants ...

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Tyler Perry on the Man Who Encouraged Him

Esquire magazine asked 50 men—athletes, politicians, actors, and business leaders—"Who made you the man you are today?" Movie writer and actor ...

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The Under-Appreciated Home-cooked Meal

Research shared by The Smithsonian highlights something that stay-at-home mom's have felt for a long time: home-cooking is a burden on women and under-appreciated ...

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Surgeon Calls to Thank His Former Teacher

As a middle-school student in the 1980s, Lee Buono stayed after school one day to remove the brain and spinal cord from a frog. He did such a good job ...

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Research Highlights the "Missing Ingredient"—Appreciation

Business researchers call it "the missing ingredient" or "the hidden accelerator." Most managers could transform their workplaces with this missing ingredient: ...

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Who Appreciates Us at Work

According to a 2010 Cornerstone OnDemand survey, the majority of Americans (54 percent) think their coworkers appreciate them the most at work and not ...

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Dr. Benjamin Carson's Mother

Dr. Benjamin Carson, renowned surgeon at Johns Hopkins, tells a moving story about his mother. Mrs. Carson insisted that Ben and his brother Curtis write ...

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Little Wonder

A few years ago, I went to a free outdoor concert. It wasn't any old concert. Van Cliburn was playing a Tchaikovsky concerto with the Philadelphia ...

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Who Gets the First Piece?

When you carve the Thanksgiving turkey, give the first piece to the person who prepared it.

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The Secret of Joy

The modern world has had far too little understanding of the art of keeping young. Its notion of progress has been to pile one thing on top of another, ...

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