03/11/15 – Dr. Christine Carter – The Sweet Spot: How To Find Your Groove At Home And Work; Dr. Berit Brogaard – The Neuroscience of Romantic Love: Simple Truths about a Complex Emotion


Segment 1 – The Sweet Spot: How To Find Your Groove At Home And Work,” sociologist and happiness expert Dr. Christine Carter says Ease and Strengths are the key!

Segment 2 – Finding your own “Sweet Spot” means developing Happiness and Resilience,  not waiting for happiness – find out how Happiness really works!

Segment 3 – The Neuroscience of Romantic Love: Simple Truths about a Complex Emotion” from MD and PhD, Berit Brogaard. Today on The Coaching Show!

Segment 4 – “More Scientific Truths, “On Romantic Love” with author Dr. Berit Brogaard.   Plus a discussion on sex, unconditional love, and why manipulation in love is okay!

 

Dr. Christine Carterchristine carter press photo 2014
A sociologist and happiness expert at UC Berkeley’s Greater Good Science Center, Christine Carter, Ph.D., is the author of The Sweet Spot: How to Find Your Groove at Work and Home (January 2015) and Raising Happiness (2011).
 
A sought-after keynote speaker, Dr. Carter also writes an award-winning blog, which is frequently syndicated on the HuffingtonPost, PsychologyToday.com, PositivelyPositive.com, Medium.com, and several other websites.
 
Dr. Carter has been quoted or featured in The New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, USA Today, the Chicago Tribune, the San Francisco Chronicle, The Washington Post, the Boston Globe, as well as Good Housekeeping, Parenting, Martha Stewart’s Whole Living, Fitness, Redbook, and dozens of other publications. She has appeared on the “Oprah Winfrey Show,” the “Dr. Oz Show”, the “TODAY” show, the “Rachael Ray Show,” “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart,” “CBS Sunday Morning,” “ABC World News with Diane Sawyer”, PBS, as well as NPR and BBC Radio.com.

 
 

 

Dr. Berit Brogaard
 
 

Berit “Brit” Brogaard is Professor and Director of the Brogaard Lab for Multisensory Research at University of Miami. Her educational background includes a medical degree in neuroscience and a doctorate in philosophy. Her areas of research include perception, synesthesia, blindsight, consciousness, neuro-psychiatry and emotions. Brit has written over 100 peer-reviewed articles, some three hundred popular articles on emotions, neuroscience and health issues and three books: Transient Truths (Oxford University Press, 2012), On Romantic Love (Oxford University Press, 2015) and The Superhuman Mind (The Penguin Group, forthcoming, August, 2015). Her work has been featured in various public media, including Nightline, ABC News, TIME Magazine, The Huffington Post, Fox News, MSNBC, Daily Mail, Scientific American, The Miami Herald, St. Louis Magazine, Modesto Bee, and Mumbai Mirror. She is also an editor of the international peer-reviewed philosophy journal Erkenntnis, the president of the Southern Society for Philosophy and Psychology and was the first female President of the Central States Philosophical Association.

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