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Does Being Hardier make you Happier?

Does Being Hardier make you Happier?

When I hear the word hardy, and happiness is not the first emotion that comes to mind. Strong, yes. Substantial, sure. But happy; not really. How were these two words put together? It was Dr. Tom Muha, a positive psychologist, who asked, what is potentially a disturbing, question, which is, “Are you prematurely dead? Again you might be wondering what does that question have to do with hardiness and happiness?don’t worry it’ll come together in a minute. I’d said “a potentially a disturbing question” because we all have that inner critic called our ego and it’s always quick to answer ... Read More »

Want to be Happy – Live like a Four Year Old

Want to be Happy – Live like a Four Year Old

Peter Jones is the author of a bestselling book whose title appears to be something of a contradiction, “How To Do Everything And Be Happy.” How can you do, or even try and do, everything and still be happy. It sound more like a recipe for frustration, not happiness, right? According to Peter there are three primary reasons that a person is unhappy and dissatisfied with their life. First of all, there is no balance in their “work/life balance.” The second reason is a lack of control or, at least, feeling that they have no real control over their lives. ... Read More »