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The Happiness Factor

Tweet I think about happiness a lot. I think about it around this time of the year quite a bit, as happiness and the holidays are so closely wedded. I meditate on the nature of happiness, and how we go … Continue reading

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4 Tips To Banishing Relationship Boredom

Tweet Ready to break the chains of relationship boredom? Have you been stuck in a rut for some time now, and haven’t known how to get out? It’s possible that, for some, that you didn’t even know you were in … Continue reading

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The Present Moment Is All We’ve Got

Tweet The work that I do with men is very much grounded in the present moment. Most of the problems that we experience are byproducts of living in the past, in memories about how things used to be (for better … Continue reading

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My Mission and Values for 2009

Tweet As I do at the end of every year (and the beginning of every new year), I think about why I do this work in the first place. I ask myself, “How can I best serve the men in … Continue reading

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Happiness: It Really Is Contagious

Tweet (From npr.org) December 5, 2008 · Turns out, misery may not love company — but happiness does, research suggests. A new study by researchers at Harvard University and the University of California, San Diego documents how happiness spreads through social … Continue reading

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What Happy People Do

Tweet (This is a NY Times article published 11.23.08) Happy people spend a lot of time socializing, going to church and reading newspapers — but they don’t spend a lot of time watching television, a new study finds. That’s what … Continue reading

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