Improving your mood will have positive effects on overall mental health.
Researchers have documented that married people have better physical and psychological health.
As one gets older, inner happiness must be developed and strengthened. Here are eight surefire ways to make it happen.
Careful budgeting allows you to spend money on achieving happiness.
Read how going on a vacation brings greater joy than buying material goods as does investing in a person i.e. acts of altruism that involve helping others.
Suicides in Finland have now fallen to less than half of 1990 levels.
Here's to recognising what makes us happy and spending our money on that, instead of the other way around.
Survey reveals more than half of 'happy' local authorities are district councils.
Exercise could contribute well to the emotional well-being of an individual and ultimately result in a happier person.
Having a partner who is conscientious and nice leads to higher levels of relationship satisfaction.
If what we read in the news and talk about with our friends is anything to go by, many Malaysians are suckers for bad news.
Can boosting happiness also boost seniors' life expectancy?
While the consumer generally enjoys instant gratification, the typical investor enjoys delayed gratification instead.
More than just an animated action movie, Incredibles 2 dwells on humankind's over-reliance on modern technology for security, protection and happiness.
The UN World Happiness Report ranked Finnish citizens as being the world's happiest.
New research has found that being married can bring long-lasting happiness and satisfaction.
Although material purchases can bring happiness, it may not be as expected.
Ridding oneself of persistent feelings of anxiety, depression and pessimism is possible when one learns to leverage on the powers of clinical hypnosis.