The Creativity Cure

A do-it-yourself prescription for happiness

Work Stress and Self-Compassion

A harsh critique can be hard to stomach. You may feel too injured to speak up on your own behalf. Or, you may refute higher ups in such a way that you put yourself at risk, even if you might be right about the matter at hand. Here is a way to take care of yourself in the context of an untoward evaluation. Read More

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Carrie Barron, M.D., is a psychiatrist and co-author of The Creativity Cure: A Do-It Yourself Prescription for Happiness, which she wrote with her husband, Alton Barron.


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