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via Psychology Today by Rob Whitley Many bookworms remain worried that the ubiquitous use of social media is leading to a decline in reading books. But a number of surveys indicate that book-reading trends have actually remained stable over the last two decades. For example, a 2017 Gallup Poll found that 35 percent of...

via Forbes by Nina Angelovska I rarely think, speak or write about happiness in life. And I genuinely agree with the famous French philosopher Alber Camus saying—"You will never be happy if you continue to search for what happiness consists of. You will never live if you...

What you say (to yourself and to others) is important. What you say effects how you feel and what you do; so what you say impacts on your happiness and even your health and wellbeing. Sometimes, what we say can be unintentionally negative; and that...

No one will enjoy happiness all the time. And happiness isn't about being in control and on top of things all the time. In fact, happiness sometimes comes from those unpredictable surprises that delight us and brighten our worlds. That being said, staying calm and...

It's hard to be happy if you're constantly doubting and questioning yourself. Happiness is far more likely to come to those who believe in themselves, realistically but optimistically. Unfortunately, many of us feel like imposters; worried that others will catch us out and discover our...

via Psychology Today by Allison Abrams Nearly one in five adults in the United States lives with a mental health disorder. Only 44 percent of them receive treatment. According to a 2017 survey, 25 percent of adults with employer-sponsored health insurance and clinically significant behavioral health symptoms named “stigma or society’s...

It's often been said that happiness is freedom. Happiness is not necessarily having it all; but happiness is almost certainly having the choice to do and to be who and what you want. Yet freedom, just like happiness, can be elusive; which is why this...