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Voice America Radio: Visionary Leader, Extraordinary Life with Kate Ebner

“Raising Happy, Resilient Kids with the Help of Sociologist and Happiness Expert Dr. Christine Carter”

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89.3 KPCC, Southern California Public Radio
AirTalk with Larry Mantle

Should children, as part of their development, be left to develop their own sense of intuition when dealing with adults and other people?
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Talk Radio One
Hosted by Steven Spierer

Steve interviews Dr. Christine Carter, author of ‘Raising Happiness: 10 Simple Steps for More Joyful Kids and Happier Parents’.
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KQED; California Report
“Chasing the Work-Life Balance”

According to the Sloan Work and Family Research Network, almost two-thirds of California households with school-aged kids have both parents working outside the home. But striking the balance is an issue all families grapple with. Balancing work and family is a huge subject that takes the proverbial village.
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Vicky and Jen Radio
“Happiness: Live Life Fully”

This is a show about how to NOT be an over-achieving, tightly-wound, bossy and stressed perfectionist. Dr. Christine Carter, happiness expert, joins us in a optimistic chat about perspective, healthy lifestyle behaviors, achieving goals and coping with stress.
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The Faith Middleton Show

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OPB Think Out Loud
“All About Gratitude”

I’ve heard a lot of people say how grateful they are for their children, but I could never truly appreciate this until our daughter was born. It’s the most amazing thing I’ve ever experienced, literally beyond my ability to adequately express. And I can hardly believe we get to bring another child into the world — appropriately, right around Thanksgiving day
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KQED, Forum with Michael Krasny
“Are Women Becoming Unhappier?”

“Over recent decades, women have been becoming unhappier while men’s happiness has increased. That’s according to data from the General Social Survey which has tracked Americans’ moods since 1972. What are the possible causes?”

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Recent Blog Entries

Happiness Tip: Catch Someone Else’s Joy

When was the last time someone else’s happiness became your own? Last weekend I was at a fundraiser where several musicians were playing live. I was close enough to the … Read more…

Friday Inspiration: Straighten Up

Following on this week’s Happiness Tip, this TED talk is about how hugely our posture can impact our success.

Thursday Thought

Your task is not to seek for love, but merely to seek and find all the barriers within yourself that you have built against it.” –Rumi

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