Latest Happiness Stories
According to a new research report, it turns out that money really can buy happiness after all. Sort of. A study released today shows that materialistic consumers get more happiness from wanting products than they do from actually having them.
New research finds that social network users tend to have inflated self-esteem due to the number of "likes" and other positive comments received from close friends.
For the 15th year the society names the five happiest events of the year. Dallas, TX (PRWEB) December 31, 2012 The Secret Society of Happy People announces
Greg Reid, successor to Napoleon Hill’s mission of discovering what makes leaders of the day tick, sat down with Matt Theriault, host of the Your Do Over podcast on iTunes, to share his story
There are several keys to happiness and acceptance. For children, kindness is an important key. And those who perform kind acts are generally happier and more accepted among peers.
Toronto based online survey site Tellwut.com asked 3,500 panelists from across North America to rank their top five happiness factors.
Money may not buy happiness, but a new study shows that increasing personal income can have a positive effect on a person’s satisfaction.
This just in -- adults enjoy having sex and drinking alcohol. Those stunning discoveries are the result of a new study conducted by Carsten Grimm, a psychology researcher at the University of Canterbury in New Zealand.
Researchers from the University College London recently found that children who have a happy childhood have a greater likelihood of growing up into adults who are wealthy.
Researcher recently published a new study indicating that disruption of the body’s healthy daily functions was related to decreases in overall happiness.
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