Dr. Craig Weiner presents a lecture on the Science of Happiness, on October 16, 2014 at the Stanwood Sno Isle Library. This presentation explores research findings the Happiness Set Point, the influential Negativity Bias and 10 Ways to Increase Your Happiness Quotient. He explores the work of Dr’s Seligman and Rick Hanson. Dr. Craig Weiner… Read More »
Outlined below are just a fraction of how sex can be beneficial to your physical healthy and well-being. I do however need to share that you should consider the following: Act responsibly, be kind, all good things in moderation (but who defines moderation?), check with your doctor (really?) and do not partake in while driving. Let’s begin with the relationship of Sex and Happiness
In the Dec. 30, 2013 Discover Magazine Blog, author Gemma Terlach reports on a new study published today in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. that studied over 700 individuals from Sweden, Taiwan and Finland, looking to explore where emotions registered and were felt in their bodies. The researchers had the participants map the physical correlates of a wide range of emotions to see if they could find consistent “body mapping” similarities. In other words, did people consistently feel anxiety in their belly, or grief in their “hearts”? That is exactly what they found, irregardless of cultural and national differences. While this may be something most people know intuitively, this is the first comprehensive study to validate this notion.
When to End It, When to Stay points to the question and conundrum that many individuals in troubled relationships feel when they have tried everything and still are not happy despite all their good intentions and efforts and don’t know what to do.
Dr. Craig Weiner initiates a provocative and inspiring dialogue with Bernie Siegel, MD who prefers to be called Bernie. As a retired Colgate and Cornell educated general and pediatric surgeon, he was practicing at Yale where he originated Exceptional Cancer Patients, a specific form of individual and group therapy utilizing patients’ drawings, dreams, images and… Read More »
My guest is for this episode of the Transformational Dialogues is Marci Shimoff is a number 1 New York Times best-selling author and world-renowned transformational teacher. Her books include the international bestsellers Love for No Reason and Happy for No Reason. She is also the woman’s face of the biggest self-help book phenomenon in history,… Read More »