If you're new to positive psychology, then this is one of the first books to dive into. The book tells us how we can stop our pursuit of happiness, …
Self-fulfilling prophecy is when a thing you firmly believe in to happen, with no reason or proof, finally happens. It's like confirmation bias in psychology.
Out of 75 recognized sleep disorders, lack of sleep is what we can control the most on our own. Here are six scientific sleep hacks to a deeper and …
Unbelievable but true, these habits come from the science of happiness: Breathe in the forest air. Learn to forgive everyone. Wonder from behind a veil of fear.
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Friends are key to your happiness. Your happiness could make your friend's friend happier for an entire year. Learn te truths about friendship and happiness.
Empathy hurts. Empathy can end your relationships. Empathy can make you sad and broke. And, did you know that psychopaths can empathize as well as you and me?
Extroverts have a definite tell-tale pattern in their social behaviours. You can recognize them easily if you look closely for these 6 traits. What makes them score high on …
Ever spent money on something that didn't make you as happy as you thought it would? You're not alone. Find the true relationship between money and happiness.
If you're on a constant lookout for what could go wrong, or if a deeply satisfying state of happiness always remains elusive to you, did you try mindfulness? Mindfulness …
The ground rule of mindful eating is to eat with your presence, acceptance, patience, curiosity, and non-judgment. Learn more.
Mindless eating is something you are so used to doing that you simply don't know how to avoid it. Here are tips to stop that.
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These books will help you understand the science, business, philosophy, and even the negative effects of happiness.
Zeno said a Stoic should learn how to control his emotions and desires, be indifferent to both pleasure and pain, and always do what is virtuous.