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via the Ladders by CW Headley Humans are one of the few species on earth capable of consciously experiencing happiness. Neurologically speaking, happiness is classified as an evolutionary imperative for procreation and survival. Most animals lack the ability to anticipate the beginning and end of the process—by design. Our advanced, mammalian...

Happiness is the experience of positive emotions. Happiness is also the effective management of negative emotions. Happiness is mental HEALTH - maximising the positive and minimising the negative. Keep reading to learn how self-compassion and meditation can help with this...

As much as I (not surprisingly) spend a lot of time encouraging people to try strategies that will boost their happiness and wellbeing, it does concern me sometimes that a number of options (e.g. therapy) require a certain amount of financial commitment. But happiness need...

via the Ladders by Thomas Oppong Happiness is a desire as universal as our want for food or oxygen. But that state of contentedness is not always an easy one to achieve. Some people pay money to experience it. But they still fall short of it....

via the Ladders by Ayodeji Awosika Ambitious people are a dime a dozen. Most people doubt themselves. All of us — in some shape or form — are stuck in la-la land. One of the most difficult yet useful skills is the ability to balance your aspirations...

via Psychology Today by Susan Krauss Whitbourne Happiness researchers base their work on the fundamental idea that psychology needs a better understanding of the factors that help people feel better. Rather than just focus on psychological disorders or problems, happiness studies use positive psychology as their theoretical basis. From your...

via the Ladders by Tim Denning It’s easy to find yourself feeling bad about your life — rather than feel good. Your thoughts can become louder than your actions. Your mind can become a disgusting swamp of negativity that drags you under the surface and makes...

via Psychology Today by Bryan Robinson "We don’t have unlimited time, yet we live as though we do. How can we use the truth of our mortality to enrich the time we have and live the lives we want and not the lives we settle...