The Only Thing Worse Than Losing? Winning

A couple of years ago, Joseph P. Allen, a psychology professor at the University of Virginia, published a study in which he had tracked a selection of so-called “cool kids” for a decade following middle school. By cool kids, Allen was talking about the ones who seemed to float above the fray, who other kids gravitated toward, and who had the earliest sexual escapades to detail to their friends.…

Honoring Loved Ones We’ve Lost on the Holidays

To honor those we've lost, we can write down a favorite memory, put it in our stocking, and then read them together during the holidays. Each year, the slips of paper in our stockings will grow, inviting us to celebrate those who have passed. It's a lovely way to bring them with us into this special time of year.

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Wendy Tremayne

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