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via the Greater Good by Elise Proulx Most of us spend the lion’s share of our waking hours focusing on work. If we’re not at work, we’re thinking about it. We rush off to answer emails after the kids are in bed. Some of us never...

A relatively simple but oft overlooked strategy for managing depression and boosting happiness and wellbeing is learning how to distinguish different emotions. Even if we don't do any more, clarifying exactly how you're feeling and giving it a name, can minimise distress and maximise positivity...

via the Greater Good by Kira Newman Last month, researchers from over 60 countries gathered at the International Positive Psychology Association’s 6th World Congress in Melbourne, Australia, to share cutting-edge insights on the science of well-being. Their findings added depth and complexity to our understanding of the major keys...

via Our World in Data In 1938, a group of Harvard researchers decided to start a research program to track the lives of a group of young men, in what eventually became one of the longest and most famous longitudinal studies of its kind. The...

via the Harvard Business Review by Alex Liu Amid the dazzle and hopes of the digital age, it is easy to forget that old-fashioned human desire is as essential to achieving business goals as ever. Right now, for example, companies are making massive investments in technologies that...

Happiness can come from achievement and accomplishment; which comes from working hard at things you love and about which you're passionate. But to achieve this type of happiness, one also needs to make time for resting and relaxing. Happiness won't come to those who're "on"...