Here are answers to the 10 most frequently asked questions about happiness. The answers are based on scientific theories.
Category: Positive Psychology
ACT helps people be more aware of what they want out of life, and create the meaning and purpose of their existence.
People with an optimistic view have better mental health than pessimists. But, is optimism always the great motivator that we think it is?
Can there be someone who's a positive narcissist? How would you find out if they will be good for you?
The book Effort Myth by Sherri Fisher helps you break away from the myth that your child must work hard to achieve success. It also teaches how to build …
Psychological safety instills a sense of trust in the members that the group will not embarrass, reject, or punish someone for speaking up.
Learned helplessness happens as a result of repeated failures to control unpleasant events in your life. Learn more about it.
Self-esteem is your estimate of your own competence and worthiness. It's how much self-confidence you have in your abilities and how much self-worth you fix on yourself.
How does mind-wandering affect our mood and performance? How to stop your mind from wandering? Learn all about why we can't seem to keep our minds where we are.
Usually, a glass-half-full type of person is an optimist. They interpret things with a positive mindset. Their hallmark attitude is one of optimism and hope.