Ever since my beloved Richard died ten years ago, I've never wanted anyone to pity me. From day one, I knew that this was no accident without beauty; I knew, even then, that it carried deep power for my soul growth.
Today on the podcast, I am spending time contemplating miracles and our ability to make room for them in our lives.
Today is the final episode in my Practicing Happiness podcast series, and I’m so pleased to host Kim Serafini on the show. Kim is an expert in positive psychology and neuroscience, as well as a speaker, entrepreneur, and the creator of MindPT.
As you know, this month of December carries so many poignant memories for me--and for my girls, too.
Honestly, I generally don’t like to remember December 13th. It’s a day laden with heavy memory, a marker of grief. This year, though, that day marked the tenth anniversary of Richard’s transition--of “our” transition--and I wanted to commemorate him.
To live a truly happy existence, we have to practice happiness in all areas of our lives. Today, on the podcast, I invite you to join me as we consider how to practice happiness in relationship--specifically, marriage.
We are individuals, each living life our own individual way. Every single day, we make choices--some conscious and some unconscious--that affect us. Day-in and day-out, we live a series of habits that become our way of life.
Did you know that humor can be a tool for healing and a way to practice happiness?
As we continue in the Practicing Happiness podcast series, I’m delighted to welcome the ever-humorous Karen Salmansohn.
Do you ever have “off” days and wonder how to orient your heart and your brain back toward happiness?
I was shopping with a girlfriend the other day, and I had a funny moment at one of my favorite stores.
As I was browsing around, suddenly one of those helpful female clerks caught me by surprise as she said, "Oh, did you know you are in the petite section, ladies?"
Did you know that there are research-proven advantages to happiness? That positive thinking truly affects the ways that our brains interact with the world? It’s powerful science, and today on the podcast, we’re joined by one of the world’s leading experts in this space: Shawn Achor.