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1702, 2023

What decades of research tells us about living the good life

Share What decades of research tells us about living the good life on LinkedIn Excerpted from The Good Life: Lessons from the World’s Longest Scientific Study of Happiness by Robert Waldinger, M.D., and Marc Schulz, Ph.D. Copyright © 2023 by Robert Waldinger and Marc Schulz. Published by Simon and Schuster. Used with permission. All rights reserved. You might be wondering how we can be so sure that relationships play such a central role in our health and happiness. How is it possible to separate relationships from economic considerations, from good or bad luck, from difficult childhoods, or from any of the other important circumstances that affect how we feel from day to day? Is it really possible to answer the question, What makes a good life?

1702, 2023

Que perdons nous a gagner du temps?

Nous connaissons tous et toutes cette sensation de courir après le temps, de ne pas arriver à bien l’organiser ou le répartir. Alors que nous vivons ce temps qui nous échappe comme une donnée naturelle, Hartmut Rosa montre que l’accélération temporelle est une dimension constitutive de notre époque.

1806, 2022

The Differences Between Happiness and Meaning in Life

Around 15% of the world’s population suffers from tinnitus, a condition which causes someone to hear a sound (such as ringing or buzzing) without any external source. It’s often associated with hearing loss.

606, 2022

Slow down, it’s what your brain has been begging for

It wasn’t until I moved to the desert that I noticed the rain. A wonderful article written by Teodora Stoicais a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Psychology at the University of Arizona. To read before starting your day, your week, next month, year after year READ HERE