THIS WEEK ON GREATER GOOD
August 3, 2016
Anger can make us feel out of control. Psychologist and anger management expert Bernard Golden shares three tips for taming your temper.  Read More>

GGSC director and acclaimed social scientist Dacher Keltner gives an overview of the science of awe, from how it's expressed to its benefits for health and well-being. Part of The Art & Science of Awe.  
According to a new study, a mindfulness training program could help law enforcement officers cope with a harrowing job.  Read More >
Two new books aim to bring mindfulness to two resistant groups: children and lawyers.  Read More >
Upcoming Event: Introduction to Mindful Self-Compassion
DATE: December 9-10, 2016
LOCATION: International House, UC Berkeley 

Self-compassion can lead to higher emotional well-being, lower levels of anxiety and depression, and more satisfying personal relationships. Learn more about self-compassion--especially for caregivers--at this two-day GGSC workshop. 11 CEUs available.

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The Science of Happiness: Next Session Starts Sept. 6
LAUNCHES: Sept. 6-Nov. 15, 2016
LOCATION: Online 

Join the GGSC for one of the most uplifting online classes ever--98% of our previous students highly recommend it! Course instructors Dacher Keltner and Emiliana Simon-Thomas will help you discover practical strategies for boosting your levels of happiness and well-being. Take it live or at your own pace.

"Excellent life-improvement lessons."--Paul Mundal, student


Greater Good in Action: Practice of the Week
If you're starting a new relationship, or an old one is becoming routine, this exercise from Greater Good in Action can help nurture a long-lasting bond. Set aside 45 minutes to ask and answer these deep, meaningful questions.  Try It >