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Mindful : October 2018
PODCAST Zuckerberg was not born with a silver spoon in her mouth, but she acquired one in 2004 at age 22 when her brother Mark asked her to join his little star tup. In 2011, she left to star t her own company, which led to Dot Complicated, a book about how the wired world has changed everything we do and think. In her follow-on book, she shatters the myth of the “well-balanced” life: Things are just lopsided. Out of work, sleep, family, friends, and fitness, she says, “pick three.” (daily, that is). Accept that, be choosy, and thrive. PICK THREE You Can Have It All (Just Not Every Day) Randi Zuckerberg • Dey Street THE GUARDIAN’S SCIENCE WEEKLY A neuroscientist explains: the need for ‘empathetic citizens’ “Empathy is really about emotional resonance,” says Francesca Happé, a researcher at King’s College London. It’s “the ability to feel with another person,” an underrated skill that our increasingly fractured societies need. In studying how children develop empathy (beginning as young as seven months), Professor Happé finds that if we want a more empathic society, “children need to experience a wide range of emotions,” safely, such as through the arts. This nurtures the capacity to recognize and relate to the same emotional states in others, including—most critically— others who seem unlike themselves. ● “Had I chosen to be well balanced I wouldn’t be where I am today. Thank heavens for living at a sloped angle!” 80 mindful October 2018 reviews