Instead of checking with a local tween, a British journalist creeped 10,000 Facebook profiles to figure out when couples are most likely to break-up. How can you avoid finding yourself included in a future study?
Read more Instead of Asking Local Tween, Journalist Creeped 10,000 Facebook Profiles to Produce Riveting Study
Vicki Rohring reconnected with her children 34 years after being told they had died. While Rohring’s story is unique, the instance of former loved ones becoming estranged is not. Marriage education classes include skills to help men and women of any age decide if ending estrangement is a welcome decision.
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Shouldn't a true role model working as a flight attendant have used practical skills to deal with an agitated passenger? Curious after reading about Steven Slater’s ride down the emergency slide, I checked in with experts at PAIRS Foundation to learn more about how the upset worker could have successfully dealt with the frustrating situation, rather than losing his cool and, possibly, his career.
Read more Fed Up Flight Attendant Pops His Emotional Jug
A veteran Navy chaplain confided the surge of emotions and thoughts experienced as his helicopter landed amidst fierce enemy fire. “My thoughts immediately turned to loved ones far away. Had I told them everything that needed to be said? Had I let them know how much they meant to me? Were we complete with each other?” At a PAIRS Retreat, hundreds of deploying soldiers and spouses talk about death and loss as they learn to more fully embrace life and each other.
Read more Soldiers, Spouses Talk About Death to Embrace Life
Resolving Work Knots that can sabotage teamwork is vital to collaboration and success for enterprises, large and small. Consider these tips to uncover and resolve hidden expectations and assumptions that may be getting in the way of success at your workplace.
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For many, finding and keeping jobs is more challenging than ever. Understanding the hidden expectations and assumptions that often sabotage the workplace -- "Work Knots" -- gives managers, supervisors and employees a better chance to succeed. Learn to identify and resolve these typical office minefields.
Read more Beware of ‘Work Knots’ that Can Sabotage Jobs
President Obama this week urged the Class of 2010 to persevere, take responsibility, deepen empathy, and give back. He encouraged young people to build skills, not make excuses, learn what it’s like to walk in someone else’s shoes, and give back, values that are the foundation for strong families, organizations, and communities.
Read more Do what you can with what you’ve got where you are