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Glass Half Empty

Is The Glass Half Full Or Half Empty? Answer: It Doesn't Matter

OWN | Posted 05.23.2014 | OWN

It's the age-old question: Is the glass half full, or half empty? According to happiness researcher Shawn Achor, it doesn't matter. "Our entire bra...

Want A Longer, Healthier Life? Try Being More Pessimistic

The Huffington Post | Shelley Emling | Posted 02.28.2013 | Fifty

Woody Allen, who once said "life is divided between the horrible and the miserable," may actually have something to cheer about. Older people who ...

A Shift in Perspective

Dr. Debbie Magids | Posted 02.11.2013 | Healthy Living
Dr. Debbie Magids

Holiday time -- as far as I'm concerned -- is the best time to be a New Yorker. There's life, energy, and beauty all over Manhattan. I sincerely thought I was paying attention to the greatness of it all -- until this past Friday afternoon, that is.

Is The Glass Half Empty Or Half Full? The Power Of Perspective

Jean Grossman | Posted 01.02.2013 | Fifty
Jean Grossman

Everything in our lives can be bad or good depending on the perspective with which we view it. How are you viewing your life? And how could you look on the bright side?

The Grass Is Always Greener... Wherever You F***ing Water It!

Ira Israel | Posted 06.27.2012 | Healthy Living
Ira Israel

If you want to change your glass from half empty to half full then you have to learn to embrace all aspects of your life and have gratitude for the gifts you receive every day.

It's a Toast, Not a Roast!

Lisa Mirza Grotts | Posted 06.12.2012 | Style
Lisa Mirza Grotts

The Golden Rule of Toasting is to remember the three B's: Begin, Be Brief, and Be Seated.

Are YOU The Source of Our Nation's Growing Intolerance?

Russell Bishop | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living
Russell Bishop

Intolerance is nothing new in the world. But If we don't choose to do something about it, then we may become a nation of intolerance, not just a nation with a bunch of intolerant people.

Are We Becoming a Nation of Intolerance?

Russell Bishop | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living
Russell Bishop

I would love to see our society learn to use our critical abilities toward more positive outcomes. If we can see the fault, then surely we can also see a workaround.