September 1, 2016

Recent research points to happiness increasing with age, with elderly people experiencing more happiness than their younger counterparts.

When considering the specific challenges the geriatric population faces, which include but are not limited to, illness, dementi...

I am particularly excited about sharing this article. So often when we find ourselves sad, or in a bad mood or funk, (I am careful not to include debilitating levels of clinical depression in this category), part of the difficulty of being in these states is that we au...

On the Ted Radio Hour “Simply Happy”, Daniel Gilbert, a Harvard psychologist explains that we are all hard wired to be happy because our brain has the ability to synthesize happiness.

He begins his interview by discussing that over the past 2 million years the human bra...

March 29, 2016

Interesting study written up in the New York Times found that being in nature or even looking at pictures of nature can increase our happiness!

Looking at green pictures was found to help people recover from stress, however did not inoculate from experiencing future str...

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