Affairs: They’re common. But forgivable—how? Many of you have asked. And next week, I’ll answer.
For now, though, it can help if you first see where you stand. 217 more words
I believe that there is a strong connection between the science of happiness and mindfulness meditation exercises. Matthieu Ricard teaches us that learning to meditate may be the first step to understand psychology of happiness. 887 more words
Too often we are hard on ourselves and feel bad about our lack of progress. We feel guilty that we’ve missed a couple of workouts, or that our progress on our goal has stalled, or that we slipped up and ate some really fattening stuff. 282 more words
Tell the truth, avoid narcissists, and stay focused on the future.
Dec 29, 2015 Linda Esposito LCSW
We all want to be happy. Our search leads us to seek advice from mental health professionals, clergy, best-selling authors, and Buddhist monks. 1,008 more words
Lots of good ideas here. I think happiness and good health go hand in hand. Here are some posts I have written on the subject: How Satisfied Are You With Your Life? Anatomy of an Act of Kindness How to Reduce Stress - Harvard 8 Barriers to Positive Thinking - Infographic 22 Things Happy People do Differently - Infographic Tony