In the News: Psychopaths, Interventions, and Love

November 2016: Here is my new homepage.  The stories link to timely and compelling information. Psychopaths, Interventions, and Love: Nov. 30, 2016: Today my story headed the first of “Today’s Essential Reads” on Psychology Today. Have a look at the new research on regret from Yale, the August study on intervention from Florida International University, and the […]

Election Recount: Time to Be Grateful to Jill Stein

For those of you angry with Jill Stein for what some have called “taking votes from Hillary” here is news that should warm your heart Green Party candidate Jill Stein raises millions for election recount NBCNews.com‎ – 16 hours ago Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook share via Reddit Share with Stumblers Tweet […]

Are We Protecting Our Children?

Boston: Nov.21, 2016: My recent post in PsychologyToday.com begins: “The test of the morality of a society is what it does for its children.” It is prominently highlighted in a Children’s Defense Fund report (CDF) report. With the unfolding of events since the election, this quote is a reminder to pause and think about children […]

Gratitude Despite the Election

Boston:  Nov.  19, 2016: How can we find a way to be grateful about this election and move forward? 1. Be grateful for time to mourn. Let the seriousness of our nation’s precarious situation sink in. 2. Be grateful for Hillary Clinton. She showed us that a woman can run for president, win the popular vote, lose the election because […]

Wondering About Educated Voters?

The Virtue of an Educated Voter This is a must read from The American Scholar, the Phi Beta Kappa magazine.  The Founders believed that a well-informed electorate preserves our fragile democracy and benefits American society as a whole.” Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook share via Reddit Share with Stumblers Tweet about […]