How and why are relationships central to our emotional well-being? In this episode, the story of a young boy adopted from a Russian orphanage illustrates how child-caregiver attachments beginning in the very first days of life lay the groundwork for future relationships. Also, new parents struggle with a newborn baby, a couple grapples with a troubled marriage, a grown man learns to thrive with Asperger's syndrome, and more-all demonstrating the importance of social connections and relationships.
Your Friends' Friends Can Make You HappyAsperger's SyndromeThe Price of Being HumanBorn on a Sunny DayA Special EmotionThe First ConnectionTennis FriendsCareer and friendshipChoosing FriendsYou can't buy happinessLove's intensityThe Rituals of CourtshipLove's AntichamberThe Roots of LoveWhen Chevy Met JayniRacing HeartsThe Tap CodeSorting out the good from the badPorcupine LoveThis Emotional Life TrailerThat juicy state of happiness
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