Perhaps life isn't so bad through a glass half empty.
Despite what we've been told about looking on the bright side, there's also some solid science b...
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By Leslie Kendall Dye for Off the Shelf
A.A. Milne wrote the first mommy blog. Nowadays all one needs to create a storybook vision of his child is an...
In the same way being poor teaches us to appreciate wealth, having our hearts broken teaches us to love faithfully, struggle and failure magnifies our victories -- Eeyore's melancholy in a subtle way highlights the joys in life.
Eeyores are more aware of their inner emotional states, which can translate into technical or business innovation or can lead to profound creative work as writers, musicians, actors or other artists.
One morning Pooh was awakened by a bouncing sound outside his house. He heard a stern voice shouting "Bounce! Bounce!" over and over, the way a drill instructor might shout it.
So you think you have it in you to take your little kid to Disney World? You might want to think again based on the lessons I learned earlier this month. Here's they are, in no particular order.
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