Meet Matthieu Ricard, who is scientifically proven to be the happiest person in the world! What is his secret to happiness? The search for happiness on an ongoing worldwide endeavor venturing through lifetimes. The questions that usually arise are: Is happiness just a momentary illusion? Does a true state of happiness actually exist? On a virtual search, streaming out realms of happiness the name “Matthieu Ricard” pops out in search
Practicing mindfulness has numerous health benefits. It turns out that it can also help us communicate better and form deeper connections with others. I have always found communication to be a perplexing beast. At first glance, it involves the exchange of information between individuals. However, especially in Ireland, where I live, the land of subtle hints and understated cues, what’s not said is at least as important as what is.
Today's society has progressed. You have the Internet and fast food. But your grandparents were probably healthier then than you are now. In all likelihood, they were also happier. So what are their golden keys to health and happiness? Here are ten of their best-kept secrets. How Did Your Grandparents Live? Of course, your grandparents lived in places that weren't so developed. They went without many things. They would have
The mystery of the psychology of attraction is that we never know when and who we are going to end up falling in love with. We don’t know if we are lucky enough for it to happen more than once, or as some believe we only actually have one true love. The romantics among us believe that when we do meet that person, everything just fits into the right place.
Do a person's words sound insulting? Someone probably intimidated you. You met one of the different types of bullies. You may not know that you're a target because not all forms of bullying are overt. So, how can you tell that you're subject to aggression? Who are the different types of bullies, and how do you fend them off? What is bullying? Bullying is aggression that typically happens in schools,
Ancient wisdom can teach us surprisingly many things about ourselves and our life. We love to read and watch movies about ancient civilizations. There’s just something mystical about people and their way of living in the times of ancient Rome and Greece. Even if we are not dedicated fans of history, we enjoy a good myth, book or theatrical play based on ancient Greek, Roman or any other civilization from
It's easy to feel comfortable in a relationship, especially in one with familiar routines. You and your partner may have special places you both like going to, and there's nothing wrong with that. That said, have an awareness of getting too comfortable. Long-term relationships are stable but may seem mundane. With neither of you complaining, complacency may set in. The difference between comfort and happiness is a thin line but
We promise you that this Facebook post will make you reconsider everything about your life. We all know the saying, "life is too short" and more often than not it takes something monumental for this statement to sink in. It's so easy to look at others, particularly on social media and think their life is full of love, happiness, friends, babies and enjoyment. It's important to remember this is just
As a general rule, most of us know when a relationship is over. A couple plagued by constant fights and depression cannot possibly be in Happy Land. Despite the obvious signs, some people continue to stay in dysfunctional relationships. This fact may leave you raising your eyebrows, but it warrants understanding. There are a few reasons for the phenomenon. Signs of Dysfunctional Relationships Most people who choose to remain in