Control is good to have–but we can’t control everything. Science suggests that being able to accept what cannot be changed is key to satisfaction in later life.
Sometimes we are so focused on the pursuit of happiness that obtaining happiness still seems as elusive as ever. Instead of searching for happiness, embrace life as it comes.
After surviving trauma, recovery seems hard if not impossible. Science suggests that we can gain strength from adversity.
Sometimes we are so focused on the pursuit of happiness that obtaining happiness still seems as elusive as ever. Getting off the hedonistic treadmill requires unbiased acceptance of both the good and the bad–and mindfulness can help.
Children today are becoming stressed at an increasingly younger age. Help your child practice mindfulness and make it a family activity!
Try these 13 very simple ways to cultivate mindfulness and make them into lifelong habits!
Science suggests 6 commonalities among couples that have kept their romantic love alive. Try implementing these 6 strategies to nurture the romance in your life!
Incorporate some of these 18 habits and watch your imagination soar!
We think happiness belongs to our youth and that time will remove it. Here are six science-backed reasons that happiness and aging go hand in hand!
Daydreaming gets a pretty bad rap. It’s often equated with laziness, but science shows daydreaming actually leads to many benefits including greater creativity and focus.