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The Problem with Punishment

Breaking the Cycle of Punishment and Fear: Teaching Children to Problem Solve There are two big problems with punishing children.  First, it is a bad model for problem-solving.  It does not actually teach a person anything, and most likely...

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Resilience in Uncertain Times

Yom Kippur in the Jewish religion, is a day of mourning and reflection, of taking responsibility for the role we may have played in the pain of others. While Yom Kippur is always a somber day in the Jewish...

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Dating in the Age of Apps

A cheat sheet for dating in a digital world Human beings are wired to be in relationship. Connection is fundamental to our wellbeing, and people who are in positive relationships are healthier mentally and physically. According to the Harvard...

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