The following is a list of selected publications by Dr. LaBier and Center associates. Click on those which are highlighted to open. Contact the Center if you wish to receive copies of others which are not yet available online.
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Dr. LaBier writes and edits the Center’s blog, Progressive Impact. For his most recent writings see his essays on
Selected published articles by Douglas LaBier:
- “You’ve Gotta Think Like Google” The Washington Post, November 11, 2008
- “Lulled Into Numbness: Giving Up On Starting Over Can Take A Psychic Toll” The Washington Post, April 1, 2008
- “Empathy: Could It Be What You’re Missing?” The Washington Post, December 25, 2007
- “The Inside Out Solution.” The Washington Post, February 14, 2006
- “Relighting the Fire: A Flickering Relationship Needs New Fuel.” The Washington Post, November 12, 2002
- “Transforming Our Lives in a Culture of Disconnection.” The Inner Edge: A Resource for Enlightened Business Practice, April 1998.
- “Restoring the Balance.” Legal Times, November 3, 1997
- “Taking Aim at a Shared Goal.” Legal Times, August 4, 1997
- “Dealing With Personal and Organizational Conflicts In A Nonprofit Organization.” The Nonprofit Agenda, March-April 1997.
- “Why Volunteer?” Action News, National Center for Higher Education, Fall 1996.
- “The Relational Perspective in Fromm and in the Stone Center’s Work,” In A Prophetic Analyst: Erich Fromm’s Contributions to Psychoanalysis. M. Cortina and M. Maccoby (Eds.) Jason Aronson, 1996.
- “Midlife Awakenings: The 60s Generation Confronts Itself,” The Washington Post, February 20, 1995.
- “Plugging In To Midlife Powers,” The Washington Post, July 12, 1993.
- “Is The Midlife Crisis Inevitable?,” Mirabella, September, 1992.
- “Our Midlife Expectancy,” The Washington Post, April 30, 1991.
- “Men and Women at Midlife: Looking for Adult Love in the 90s,” The Washington Post, March 13, 1990.
- “Madness Stalks the Ladder Climbers,” Fortune, September, 1986.
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- Privatizing Peace: From Conflict To Security (With Allan Gerson). Transnational Publishers, 2002.
- Violent Conflict and the Transformation of Social Capital (With Michelle L. Cullen). World Bank Publications, 2000.
- “The Heart Knows The Way: Connectedness and Breast Cancer.” Center for Progressive Development, 1997.
- The Secret Between Us: Competition Among Women. Little, Brown, 1991.