We don't often think that the nature of our friendships has a profound or major impact on our health and well-being. But a recent New York Times, art...
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Conclusion: The father plays a major role in who we are and who we become; his absence may occupy the center stage of a person's life.
Gina Rodriguez has always been vocal about the need for diversity in Hollywood, but now the "Jane the Virgin" star wants a little less conversation an...
Often, what bothers us -- keeps us from enjoying life more fully -- is just the feeling that something is missing. I hope this will help with that.
Why would anyone want to become famous--I mean really famous, like an A-list movie star?
In this week's video blog, I explore three questions and how we can let go of our thoughts and feelings of not getting enough, being good enough, or doing enough... ultimately remembering that we are enough just as we are right now!
What is money? We use it every day, so we must understand how it works... or do we? Perhaps our familiarity keeps us from appreciating just how strange money actually is - and how it uses us.
Nothing is beyond your control. Wake up from this fictitious nightmare. Once you operate from falsely-rooted concepts, you manifest more of the same.
As the rebuilding of Haiti gets underway, billions of dollars are going to be spent. Some of those dollars, perhaps a billion or more, should be dedicated to cleaning up the country's drinking water.
Frances Moore Lappé is a humorous, energetic dynamo. She's a democracy advocate, as well as a world food and hunger expert. Her Grand Junction speech was titled, "Getting a Grip on Democracy."
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