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According to the 2014 Today’s Professional Woman Report survey released by Citi and LinkedIn, women are more likely than men—32% vs. 27%—to equate career satisfaction with “making an impact on the world.” Caroline Adams Miller, MAPP, professional coach and author of Creating Your Best Life, concurs. People score highest on measures of well-being, she says,

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If you could pursue your bucket list goals, how would you do it and why don’t most people even try? I was on WWL radio in the Gulf Coast answering every question about goals imaginable yesterday morning. They liked the topic so much we tripled our airtime!

In this interview with Clear Channel’s “Gulf Coast Morning” with Mike and Steve, Caroline talked about the significance of the re-release of “My Name is Caroline” after 26 years, the impact the book has had on two generations of readers, and some of the issues around shame that continue to plague anyone who struggles with

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Redbook Magazine: More women are leaving the traditional workforce for multiple part-time jobs, including writer Jen Matlack, who juggles, yes, eight of them. If you’re okay with chaos, the new way of working pays off in flexibility, cash, and unexpected exhilaration. I couldn’t shake the gloomy feeling that I had been sent to some sort

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PERFORM A POSITIVE ACT It might not seem like the most logical thing when you’re buried under work, but taking the time to do something nice for someone else can really shift your mindset, says Caroline Adams Miller, a Maryland-based author and psychologist specializing in Applied Positive Psychology (the science of happiness). If you haven’t

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We’ve all heard the phrase “Think positive,” or some version of it. Not only are we told that it’ll simply make us feel better and have a better outlook on life but, in some cases, we’re told that if we think in positive ways, we can actually bring about positive changes in our lives. Why

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Call the babysitter—you and your husband are about to become inseparable. Fit in what you love You’re so busy that the notion of alone time probably feels foreign, but that’s worth changing, says positive psychology expert Caroline Miller. “When you take time to fulfill your passions, you become more interesting to your spouse and bring

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Caroline speaks with Dr. Manny Ramirez of Fox Online about some of the changes in the eating disorder world since she wrote “My Name is Caroline,” and how more men and older women are being diagnosed. Caroline also discusses why Positive Psychology would be a helpful adjunct to the recovery and treatment world.   Watch

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Caroline talks to Bill Martinez about how social media is hurting teens, particularly because of the picture sharing, and the ways in which technology disconnects people from cultivating relationships with the people who matter most. Caroline also talks about ways in which technology can be helpful, such as through the use of an avatar to

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Originally featured on Univision.com According to a new study, 75% of American women between the ages of 18 and 30 don’t know any older women who have recovered fully from eating disorders and remained in recovery, which is discouraging them about their own prospects for a full life that is free from food and weight

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