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Seeing beyond red: how to disagree better From finding common ground to accepting when we are wrong, five ways to make an argument more constructive Society
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How marvelling at the wonders of our planet can feed our souls Wonder is part of the joy of being alive. But whether on far-flung shores or closer to home, we need to nurture it Lifestyle Travel
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How the US election result could trigger a society of empathy For those shocked by the election result, anger and blame may be convenient ways to make sense of it. But Charles Eisenstein, who predicted ... Media Opinion Politics Society Wellbeing
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Teachers put behind bars to foster empathy with prison-affected kids A pioneering Scottish scheme aims to help teachers better support the 27,000 pupils with a parent in prison Education
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Crying for empathy In thousands of schools around the world, children aged 5-12 take lessons from a newborn baby. The result? Increased emotional intelligence,... Education

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