Author: Dr Happy

via Fast Company by Rob Boddice-Aeon ‘Be happy!’ Mary Wollstonecraft exhorted her estranged lover and tormentor, Gilbert Imlay, in late 1795. What did she mean? It had been only days since she had been fished from the Thames, having failed in a bid to drown herself....

via Forbes I’ve spent the last 16 years working with CEOs and entrepreneurs to help them get clear on their purpose, get great people around them, execute their decisions and enjoy their life in the process.  The fact that you are reading this indicates that you...

If you've ever found yourself being overly negative or self-critical you'll want to read this. Automatic negative thoughts are common and to some extent, normal. But they're definitely NOT helpful or conducive to happiness and wellbeing. Some of us will always experience unwanted, negative thoughts;...

There are so many paths to happiness. You can create more happiness by thinking more optimistically, setting and working towards meaningful goals, exercising, spending time with friends and ...

via the Huffington Post by Lindsay Holmes There’s still a long way to go before we’re a mental health-positive, stigma-free society. Many people still don’t think about mental illnesses in the same way as other illnesses, such as cancer or diabetes. There are still extreme barriers to...

Happiness is very much about attitude. Happiness is very much about optimism and learning how to manage pessimism. If you can "control" your mind, you can control your happiness...

via the Guardian by Nell Frizzell Writing down the good things that have happened during the day, getting out into nature and setting realistic goals can all help you achieve a more positive outlook Nell Frizzell Have realistic aims Many of us would like to be happier, but there...