The two mountains of your life
What acceptance means
Joy Is a Human Birthright
On The Joy of Missing Out
The Biological Bases of Human Resilience
Can Prioritizing Happiness Over Grades Lead to Success? This New School in India Is Betting on It
Time Affluence: Why Doing Less Makes Us Happier
The bright side of vulnerability
The Joy of giving lasts longer than the Joy of getting
Resilience is the new happiness
Try these two smart techniques to help you master your emotions
Why your flaws and vulnerability can be so attractive
There’s more to life than being happy
Being a Joyful Adult: Parental warmth
The budgeting trick that prioritizes happiness
Time for Happiness
Remembering pain: Gender differences
From non judgement to non resistance, this model mirrors the work of Elkhart Tolle
Non-Judgment: What is it? And Why Does it Matter? (4 Benefits)
How to practice non-judgement.
Happiness is doing something you know you shouldn’t, because you can. Peace is doing something you think you can’t, because you should.
But when you look at happiness from a philosophical perspective as a way of thinking and living, you can be happy no matter your state.
Here’s How To Your Control Anger When Someone Has Wronged You
The Purpose of Life Is Not Happiness
This is how you can ‘catch’ depression
Negative emotions are contagious
“I didn’t need money to live happy. My whole house was nature. I had my patch of land where I planted a bit of everything, all sorts of fruit trees. I’d catch my fish, make manioc flour. I raised my three daughters, proud of what I was. I was rich.”
What is the most generous assumption you can make about this person’s intentions or what this person said?
Why we think those who are poorer than us cannot possibly be happy
A lot of people are hurt by cultural practices that are informed by a theory of emotion that is not as scientifically defensible as we believe it to be.
Your emotions are often constructed
Underlining the poverty of relationships
Anger is useful, into a point
The fallacy of time
The fallacy about so called fallacies
What an utter beauty!
Getting rich is a function of being happy with what you have, spending less than you make, and time.
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