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via Forbes by Tracy Brower Across cultures and societies, happiness is recognized as a desired state. Since ancient times, people have theorized about happiness, researched happiness and sought happiness. In the U.S. constitution, happiness is identified as a fundamental human right. In addition, according to a...

via Thrive Global by Marina Khidekel We often think of self-care rituals as little luxuries in our lives, but in reality, so many of the things we do to take care of ourselves are essential for our mental well-being and should be seen as staples in our...

via Psychology Today by Arash Emamzadeh KEY POINTS Both a fear of happiness and negative affect interference predict increased depression, a new study found.The distress depressed patients experience in response to positive stimuli should be a primary goal of treatment, the results suggest.Therapies for depression should try...

via Forbes by Tracy Bower Happiness can seem illusive sometimes, especially during hard times. But there’s a surprisingly accessible pathway to contentment, joy and positivity: gratitude. Studies demonstrate gratitude is associated with all kinds of goodies like life satisfaction, health, wellbeing and happiness. It’s logical there should...

via the Harvard Business Review by Alyssa F Westring Summary.    Finding time to take care of your mind and body can feel impossible. But the answer isn’t a better workout routine or sleep app. It’s changing your mindset. By challenging your assumptions about self-care, you can find...

via the Atlantic by Arthur C Brooks n his 1851 work American Notebooks, Nathaniel Hawthorne wrote, “Happiness in this world, when it comes, comes incidentally. Make it the object of pursuit, and it leads us a wild-goose chase, and is never attained.” This is basically a...

via FastCompany by Brendan Keegan Sales, bonuses, negotiations. Promotions, collaborations, performance indicators, and reviews. Uncertainty runs rampant in the workplace, and that’s never been more true than in the wake of a global pandemic that’s affected virtually every business in every industry. Will your new...

via Thrive Global by Alyson DeMaso According to the Webster dictionary,  joy is described as ‘the emotion evoked by well-being, success, or good fortune or by the prospect of possessing what one desires.’ Joy has long been the subject of great philosophers and remains as elusive...

via Thrive Global by Bailey King Success looks different for everyone. For a CEO, success may mean increasing revenue, hiring more employees, and being recognized by prominent companies in the industry. For a mom, success may look like having intentional time with every child, creating nourishing...