Author Archives: Jeremy Schwartz

Stop Saying These 4 Things

We all find ourselves face-to-face with people who are angry, hurt, or sad. Sometimes we mean well but respond in ways that aren’t helpful. Read on at U.S. News and World Report for my latest article that covers 4 things … Continue reading

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Curiosity can change your brain. Here’s how. [Infographic]

In my latest column for U.S. News and World Report, I write about how curiosity, when nurtured as a habit, can actually change how your brain is wired. Read on at U.S. News for the full article, and see the … Continue reading

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Top 5 Ways to Communicate With Curiosity

Follow these 5 tips and you can bring more curiosity into your life and relationships. Ask open ended questions. Open ended questions allow for more than a “yes” or “no” response. They encourage the other person to tell you more, … Continue reading

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Seeking Curiosity: How Embracing Uncertainty Strengthens Empathy

You know how sometimes you really want to be right about something, and so you shut out any information that doesn’t support your argument? Gaps in empathy are not only a relational problem. They are a societal problem. Cultivating empathy … Continue reading

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Empathic Curiosity

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