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The success sequence
From a report by AEI and IFS
Divergent paths toward adulthood are associated with markedly different economic fortunes among Millennials.
Restorative justice in schools
Restorative justice programmes have had a measurable impact on school behaviour and educational outcomes.
4 lessons from the longest-running study on happiness
From a TED talk by psychiatrist Robert J. Waldinge
The Harvard Study of Adult Development has tracked the lives of 724 men for 78 years - one of the longest studies of adult life ever done. Some findings..
Adult children of divorce speak about their experiences
From a blog by Leila Miller
Not only does the pain of divorce continue into adulthood, but the suffering is not lessened even if the child experienced a 'good divorce'.
Learning to Thrive - Beyond Inequality + Poverty
From a talk by Barry Wright, Principal, Webb Memor
Poverty is simply a symptom of what is going wrong. Rather than fixing what is going wrong, we have to imagine what we would want.
Within My/Our Reach - an opportunity to improve relationships
Workshops birthed out of 30 years of research in the field of relationship health given to over 300,000 people. Results; lower divorce rates, better communication skills, reduction in violence.
Want a long-lasting relationship? Turn towards one another
Such kindness makes each partner feel cared for, understood, and validated—feel loved.
Couples relationship quality higher if both or just man attends services
From research by The Institute of Family Studies U
What is the association between regular religious attendance and relationship quality for married and unmarried couples?
Relationships and good health the key to happiness, not income
from an article by LSE
Results of a study of the Origins of Happiness, analysing survey data from four countries. What were the findings?
Adverse Childhood Experiences - a doctor's story
From a talk by Gabor Maté
Gabor Maté has worked worked in a palliative care and in an area challenged by hard core addiction, mental illness, HIV and related conditions. He talks about the importance of early years' development.
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