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via Psychology Today by Luke Smilie Scholars have long asserted that well-being is the ultimate end-goal of virtually every human endeavour. If this is even partly true, then identifying the factors that influence well-being is an important mission for psychological science. And one factor that seems to...

Happiness isn't always easy. Happiness, therefore, requires resilience. Those wanting happiness could benefit from doing what these resilient people do...

Achieving happiness requires little more than practising a few simple disciplines, each and every day. That's been my motto for several decades now. Except what is missing from this motto is the recognition that practising positive disciplines isn't always easy. Happiness isn't just feeling good...

via Psychology Today by Catherine Sanderson On the morning of December 26, 2004, Petra Němcová, a model from the Czech Republic, and her boyfriend, Simon Atlee, a British photographer, were vacationing at a resort on the coast of Thailand when an earthquake triggered a tsunami in...

If happiness and kindness aren't siblings then they're almost certainly first cousins! Happy people are more likely to be kind; and kind people are more likely to be happy. As such, this article on kindness is very much at home on this blog about happiness...

via Psychology Today by Shahram Heshmat Resilience is defined as the psychological capacity to adapt to stressful circumstances and to bounce back from adverse events. Resilience is considered a process to build resources toward searching for a better future after potentially traumatic events. Some of these resources come from our inherent...

via Forbes by Aline Holzwarth Whether you are directly or indirectly affected by the COVID-19 viral disease, you may be feeling down as a result of the novel coronavirus pandemic. There are many solutions out there to help lift your spirits, but not all are backed...