Relationships and Family
- Q Why is comradeship so powerful?
Dr. Dean Ornish, Internal MedicineA comrade in war is a man you can trust with anything, because you trust him with your life. Philip Caputo described the emotion in A Rumor of War: "[Comradeship] does not demand for its sustenance the reciprocity, the pledges of affection, the endless... Full Answer
- Q How do I learn from other people's experiences?
Dr. Kelly Traver, Internal MedicineWe learn from gathering information and from personal experience, we also learn from other people's experiences. Simply hearing a story about something that has happened to another person can set off brain activity that actually mirrors what we would... Full Answer
- Q What are the benefits of being kind to my partner?
Dr. Michael Roizen, Internal MedicineWhen it comes to love, it's also better to give than to receive. If you're married and you and your spouse go the extra mile for each other, you're likely to live longer than couples who don't take the extra steps, and longer than a spouse who is mostly... Full Answer