Does reading fiction make us nicer people? Some studies say it increases compassion by making us make an empathetic leap.
The president of the International Positive Education Netowork (IPEN), Sir Anthony Seldon has a new book about happiness and new ideas for how to teach character and not just academics in the classroom.
From Billboard music charts to blockbuster films, popular culture perpetuates this notion that true love is an uncontrollable feeling of being “swept away.”
Boosting your happiness is hard work. If you’re not careful, you can fall back into that negativity slump. Sharpening happiness skills takes practice, as does anything you want to do well.
“Happiness gurus” are seemingly everywhere these days. It’s easy to forget that this figure of the sage or visionary has been around in one form or another since the beginnings of civilization.
Our long-held assumptions about what will make us happy may be dead wrong.
No matter what seemingly insurmountable barrier is in our lives, we can create a positive reality, in fact, sometimes the greatest opportunities to do this are the ones that are slightly hidden.
Whether your musical preference is Igor Stravinsky or Iggy Azalea, listening to your favorite artist might do more good than you realize.
No recipe for happiness is complete without meaning and purpose. In fact, when we engage in activities that serve a higher...
Instead of being crippled by self-doubt, learn how to recognize it and then counter it with rational thought.
Making your world a happier place.