To mark Valentine’s Day, we asked Mira Kirshenbaum, psychotherapist and clinical director of the Chestnut Hill Institute, to choose the best books on how successful relationships work—and what advice she’d give to Emma and Charles Bovary.
You won’t become happy by trying to achieve happiness so why not embrace the full repertoire of human emotions? There’s much solace and consolation to be had if you know where to look, as the author of The Antidote explains
Tony Blair’s former communications chief tells us what it takes to win. He says successful leadership in politics and in sport is about the whole team, not just the star. But even an ordinary citizen can show moral leadership