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"I don"t care about my children's self-esteem. I care about how they treat others," said parenting expert Katharine Leslie, Ph.D., at a parenting seminar held Feb. 5 at Salem Middle School. "If they treat others well, they will feel good about themselves." Is happines the goal...

Healthy workers are happier workers. Read more about this happiness and health study from the UK by clicking here. ...

The latest research findings seem to sugges that genes account for one-third to one-half of a person's likelihood for feeling happiness or not. Other factors are equally divided between major life-changing events (such as winning the lottery or experiencing the death of a loved one) and...

Offering career-enhancing training, particularly in the so-called 'soft skills', will help businesses attract top in-house talent, says recruitment expert. Our "Happiness @ Work" programs teach essential skills such as decision making and prioritising, optimistic thinking and resilience, how to utilise strengths and build positive relationships...

Life is never static and so to be happy and to continually experience happiness I've previously talked about the benefits of flexibility. Well, what's also important for happiness is the ability to effectively navigate change and to create positive transitions. This is one of the...

There's a very valuable concept in mindfulness that's directly relevant to happiness - it concerns the non-judgemental observation of reality. In essence, it's about watching what is and what isn't, expecting no more or no less, and accepting "this is it". While conducting...

I came across the following two great quotes and have made some modifications to make then more relevant to happiness. Let me know what you think...