Shannon Harvey, director of the movie The Connection on mindbody medicine writes in her current blog post: "In the last few weeks I’ve been doing a social experiment unbeknownst to the people around me. My family, friends, colleagues and even total strangers have all been unwittingly drawn into the exercise. Inspired by the work of Professor Barbara Fredrickson, a leading researcher looking at the health benefits of positive emotions, I’ve been practising the ‘Three Loving Connections’ exercise. It involves consciously trying to boost my brain and body’s experience of love by seeking out three meaningful interactions each day and reflecting on them each night. According to Fredrickson’s findings, it appears these micro moments may not only make me healthier, but they may also make me live longer." Read about it in detail here: https://www.theconnection.tv/the-power-of-love-how-3-micro-moments-change-everything/ I'm going to give this a try. I'm working with kids ages 0-5 right now so it is fairly easy to make these kinds of connections with them. It will be harder on the days I'm not at work, but it seems like a very valuable exercise. Anyone else want to give it a try?