January 1, 2014 Psychologists have found a simple way to improve academic performance and even health. When people sit down and write about a negative experience and they revise their story to see it in a more positive way, it changes their behavior and helps them succeed.
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March 14, 2011 When disasters happen, like the one underway in Japan, it can be tough to find the right tone. So what should all the writers in the world who focus on things other than the day's news, but who cannot possibly ignore the day's news, do?
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