The average lifespan worldwide has tripled in the last 100 years. However, do we appreciate aging people, and do we know how to deal with disabilities linked to an advanced age?
An interview with the founder of the Slow Food Movement, Carlo Petrini, about “good, clean and fair food” — and the quality of our life
Without negating the important advances of positive psychology, Chiara Lubich’s perspective has taken us a step further these past 10 years. The Psychology and Communion network continues to explore exciting implications for the field.
Excerpts from two personal accounts
In medicine, where suffering, disease and death challenge the very meaning of life, relationships acquire a higher level of importance. Today, more than ever, doctors need to re-learn the art of building rapport.