Month: June 2018

On the Science Behind Happy Relationships

Excerpts from an article in Time Magazine:  “The most important thing we’ve learned … is that the secret to loving relationships and to keeping them strong and vibrant over the years, to falling in love again and again, is emotional responsiveness,” says Sue Johnson, a clinical psychologist in Ottawa and the author of several books, including Hold Me Tight: Seven Conversations for a Lifetime of Love. That responsiveness, in a nutshell, is all about sending a cue and having the other person respond...

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Tweet, tweet, tweet

Keys to Happiness : Tweet, tweet, tweet Tweet. Ah, the sweet sounds of the song bird as the sun rises or their signal at dusk of another day’s end. Is there anything as simple or pleasurable as listening to the song of a bird? But, I know not all of you were thinking about birds when you read tweet, tweet, tweet. How words change meanings over time. Today, I am not interested in how words change over time. No, today I want to look at how a large portion of our lives have changed over the past...

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