How Altruism and Love Foster Health, Happiness and Longevity

May 18, 2008

Anti-Aging Psychologist, Dr. Michael Brickey

Dr. Stephen Post

Host: Anti-Aging Psychologist Dr. Michael Brickey

Expert Guest: Dr. Stephen Post

Broadcast and podcast:
5-19-08 on webtalkradio.net
after 5-27-08 podcast availabe at: altruism

I remember one of the songs my twins listened to just a few years ago said, when you help someone smaller, you make you feel taller. Clergy urge us to be generous and do good deeds. But what does science say about altruism and helping others? Dr. Stephen Post has done extensive research on love and doing good. Dr. Post is a bioethics professor at Case Western Reserve University, President of the Institute for Research on Unlimited Love, and author of Why Good Things Happen to Good People. He has shown that the Fountain of Youth has been inside us all the time. And while becoming a more loving, giving person won’t make you live forever, his research shows that it will help you live a longer, healthier, happier life. In the first part of the show we will look at love, happiness, and what makes a good life. In the second part of the show we will get specific about how to live a more loving live.

 

 

In the first part of the show, we will focus on how to know what colors enhance your appearance. In the second part of the show we will look at how our ideal colors shift with age and how to stay in style. We’ll also look at issues like fit, texture, patterns, and accessories. Her website is www.whygoodthingshappen.com

http://www.agelesslifestyles.com/interviews/altruism.mp3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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