Social conditions and inequality affect well-being. So, why do we keep insisting "happiness is a choice"?
«When I write that “structural forces” affect happiness, what do I mean? What does a structural force look like in society?»
When we're waiting, we often have the urge to distract ourselves—but a new study finds we’d enjoy doing nothing but think.
«there were no significant differences between those who waited with or without a computer; both groups liked the experience equally.»
Before you try any tips to reduce anxiety, you have to understand your own anxiety routines, a new book argues.
«The only sustainable way to change a habit is to update its reward value,»
Accepting our mortality helps us let go of busyness and focus on what’s most important to us in order to live a happier, more meaningful life.
«keep a “done list,” which starts empty first thing in the morning, but which you can gradually fill in throughout the day as you get things done.»
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