- What Is the Science of Happiness?
- The Paradox of Tolerance
- How to Be Miserable and Ruin Your Life
- How to Build a Happy Life in Six Easy Steps — Tom Greene
- 22 Habits To Follow For A Happy Life
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«positive psychology functions constructively in helping us get more of what we do want, and making ourselves better, happier people.»
There are things you can do every day to improve happiness.
«2. engage in random acts of kindness»
Research shows there are 8 different types of friends you need in order to feel fulfilled. Here's what they are and how to find them.
We all suffer from negative thoughts, and it's about time we learned how to deal with them effectively. Here are three things you can do.
«Learning to forgive yourself for your mistakes and failures is a necessary component of managing negative thoughts.»
In the famous Harvard Longevity Study spanning over 80 years, researchers found the key to happiness. And it might not be what you think.
From a squirt of Rwandan chilli oil to rolling down a hill and fresh linen, it’s the little things that can make a big difference, writes Arwa Mahdawi
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«The irony of delayed adulthood is that once the happiness starts to slide in your early twenties, it doesn’t return until your mid-70s.»
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«Becoming aware that your thoughts and feelings are just that, thoughts and feelings, and do not have to be obeyed.»
What we can learn from Karl Popper's Paradox of Tolerance, and what we must all do to practice tolerance.
An exercise in happiness: a list of 100 of my favorite simple pleasures in life.
A recent survey suggests that the happiness of today’s young adults has crashed over the last few years. So, what’s making the kids so unhappy?
«Being rich isn’t making a lot of money. Being rich is simply having your income exceed your expenses. No matter how much money you make, if your spending exceeds your income, you are poor.»
A new way to think about brainpower.
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«Many of life’s failures are people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up.”»
The Harvard Study of Adult Development has established a strong correlation between deep relationships and well-being. The question is, how does a person nurture those deep relationships?
«Loneliness has a physical effect on the body. It can render people more sensitive to pain, suppress their immune system, diminish brain function, and disrupt sleep»
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«reframe fun as an opportunity for growth, a way to encourage a more positive outlook, and a way to find enjoyment in things you are already engaged in.»
This extensive article discusses how the human pursuit of happiness can be measured, studied, and applied to increase world happiness.
«Happiness can be measured by these three factors: the presence of positive emotions, the absence of negative emotions, and life satisfaction»
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