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  1. Why Anger Is the New Sex

    By Joanne Chen Whether it's Wall Street bonuses, the Gulf oil fiasco, or cultural icons (David Letterman! Tiger Woods! Al Gore?!) flagrantly cheating on their wives, Americans have more reason than ever to be pissed off - a sentiment Charles Speilberger, Ph.D., University of South Florida psychologi

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  2. Spend Your Way to Happiness?

    “Money can’t buy me love,” the Beatles once sang. But can greenbacks buy a measure of happiness? Yes, psychologists say, but many people don’t know how to spend for maximum happiness. “Money is an opportunity for happiness, but it is an opportunity that people routinely squander because the things t

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  3. How Making Music Reduces Stress

    When she needs relief from the grind of delivering major proposals, Dana Marlowe, 33, of Washington, D.C., makes some noise. "I cruise right into my toddler’s playroom, and I just jam out with his toys -- the xylophone, the baby piano. I almost have 'Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star' down," says Marlow

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  4. How to Love the Job You're With

    Finding professional happiness may have more to do with changing your attitude than changing your workplace.

  5. New to Massage: FAQ

    Thinking of getting a professional massage for the first time? You may have questions before you make the appointment. Maybe you're self-conscious about getting undressed in front of a stranger. Or you're worried that the massage will hurt. Or you're hoping it will cure a backache you've had for yea

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  6. Get Back to Happy

    Whether you bounce back from setbacks quickly -- or take a tumble and are slow to recover -- you can train yourself to spend less time worried and more time happy. In day-to-day life, we all cope with challenges that can range from relatively minor stresses, like a bounced check, to longer-term chal

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  7. Clear the Clutter Out of Your Life

    Simi Nwogugu of Brooklyn, New York, felt that her life was filled with clutter. Her drawers were filled with old notes and books from business school and years of paid bills. Toys that her sons had outgrown still littered the house. In fact, she felt so mentally cluttered that she couldn’t do the on

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  8. Good-Life Activities for Your Family

    You may have heard it on the news or morning talk shows: Have dinner together as a family often. There’s even a national initiative, Family Day, that reminds parents “what your kids really want at the dinner table is you.” Studies have found that kids who have frequent family dinners are less likely

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  9. Good Friends Are Good for You

    "You got to have friends to make that day last long," sings Bette Midler. But good friends may help your life last longer, too, according to an Australian study. Conducted by the Centre for Ageing Studies at Flinders University, the study followed nearly 1,500 older people for 10 years. It found tha

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  10. Actor Lou Gossett Takes On Discrimination

    Think of Lou Gossett Jr., and his menacing Marine Gunnery Sergeant Emil Foley in An Officer and a Gentleman comes immediately to mind. But fearsome as that hit movie's role was, Gossett in real life is anything but. Proof positive is in his new autobiography, An Actor and a Gentleman, out last month

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