This post brushes up against the philosophical question, “Is there such a thing as a truly altruistic act?” Despite my many philosophy courses in undergraduate studies, I will try to limit myself here to the scientific research most enlightening to the conversation.read more
You likely have a childhood memory of someone - a parent or a piano teacher - chastising you for bad posture. When we are young, our good posture makes us seem older. When we are older, our good posture makes us appear younger. This is one instance of duality working...read more
Like all the categories in the Quality of Life Initiative, spirituality is a skill that can be practiced and strengthened.read more
Why are these 10 categories important to quality of life? How will they help improve your life today? How do they overlap?
It is my hope that the research presented here will help keep you motivated and will help you see the big picture of how these categories of life interact with each other.read more
https://youtu.be/PAgwB2As4c4 Every yoga teacher has heard the excuse, “But I’m not flexible!” from someone intimidated about starting a yoga practice.And likely every Thai bodyworker has heard the same excuse from people who want very much to change their current...read more
Last weekend I had the chance to go to a ropes course with my family and with other foster families with international refugee children. These types of activities, as you know, are geared towards team building and establishing trust - important things in any group...read more