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According to this happiness story, achieving happiness is largely due to exerting control over our destructive impulses. To read more - click here. ...

I suspect this is the source of the article to which I've referred above. So here's a link to the happiness story interestingly titled "Misery is the secret to happiness". To read more of this happiness commentary - click here. ...

I discovered this interesting happiness commentary but unfortunately, could not work out to whom I should attribute it! Anyway, thanks to the writer and I hope you enjoy it...

I've just spent most of today, a Sunday when I could have been resting or relaxing or playing with my kids, completing a range of tasks that were somewhat overdue. Without boring you with too many details, I was behind in some organising and...

Let us know what you think of this happiness story by Amy Iggulden from the UK Telegraph. The key to a happy marriage and family life is accepting that misery and suffering are unavoidable, researchers say today. Therapists claim that "mindful acceptance" of family rows, door-slamming...

I hope you enjoy this article by Rory Ryan from the Times Gazette. Leave it to the good-for-nothing economists. This week they are introducing yet another statistical index in order to measure how we're doing. The Times of India reports that alphabet soup acronyms like...

A CU researcher has unearthed the recipe for happiness. Hike the Grand Canyon. Sing karaoke. Dance the tango. Grill out with friends. And no matter what, don't skimp on those experiences to save for a bigger apartment or plasma television. CU-Boulder psychology professor and happiness expert Leaf...

What are we really teaching our children in schools? Should happiness be considered as being just as important as other studies? If we solely focus on "teaching facts" without attending to life skills then are we really doing our job? Read this fascinating story of...

Shopping for that new high-definition television this summer? Skip it, and take a vacation instead, says a University of Colorado at Boulder psychologist who studies happiness. Assistant Professor Leaf Van Boven has conducted numerous surveys and experiments spanning several years and has found that life experiences,...

If there is any one person who deserves to be an Everyday Hero, it is Alex Truszkowski (Jolly Joe) because of his many years of bringing joy and happiness to residents in nursing homes, hospitals and veterans hospitals and nursing homes, many times donating his...