Mae Daria

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The Happiest People Don't Let Their Minds Wander, According to a Harvard Study

There is an old saying: Happiness is a state of mind. As it turns out, it's true.<p><i>How does one overcome depression and anxiety? originally appeared on Quora - the knowledge sharing network where compelling questions are answered by people with unique insights.</i><p><b>Answer by Mellissa O'Brien, mindfulness</b> …

If you can answer these five questions then your life is complete

Ever wondered what it would take to make your life feel complete? Perhaps a loving partner, travelling the world or being successful in your …

Relationship: 7 Signs Your Partner Is Unhappy

Relationship: 7 Signs Your Partner Is Unhappy<p>Some people find it hard to express their feeling when they’re not happy. It is the job of their partner …

10 Habits to Improve Your Morning Energy & Productivity - OLBlog

“How can I become more productive?” is a question that will continue to always come up. Start your day with habits that enhance productivity and …

Relationships: 5 Amazing Things That Happen to Your Body When You Fall in Love

Ever feel like you're addicted to being in love? You're not alone. Studies have shown that love can do miraculous things to the body and even mimic symptoms of drug addiction. Butterflies in the stomach and elevated mood are just some of the things that happen to the brain and the body when one …

Relationships

How fat cells work and why it’s impossible to “burn” them off

When we think about our weight it’s often tied to how much fat we have in our bodies.<p>But in early 2016, scientists debunked body-mass index (BMI), a calculation of someone’s percentage of body fat based on their height and weight, as a measure (paywall) of overall health. The authors argued that …

Nutrition

After Staying a Virgin Until Marriage, I Couldn't Have Sex With My Husband

I didn't even kiss him until we were at the alter.<p>Growing up in a Christian home, I was raised to view my virginity as almost as important as my salvation.<p>It was my most precious possession, to be guarded at all costs — and the loss of it before marital bliss was possibly the most shameful thing …

People aged 40-59 are least happy and most anxious, report finds

Pressures of looking after children and ageing parents could be taking major toll on this age group, ONS study suggests<p>“Don’t grow up – it’s a trap!” goes one wry birthday card message. According to a report, this could be right.<p>Middle-aged people are the least happy, have the lowest levels of life …

Mental Health

Natural Happiness: The Truth About Exercise and Depression

We all <i>want</i> to be happy.<p>But is there anything you can actually do to feel happier more often? Or at the very least... can you limit the likelihood that you'll feel sad and depressed?<p>There isn't a single perfect answer, of course, but research is starting to reveal the incredible connection between …

A 69-year-old monk who scientists call the 'world's happiest man' says the secret to being happy takes just 15 minutes a day

Matthieu Ricard, 69, is a Tibetan Buddhist monk originally from France who has been called "the world's happiest man."<p>That's because he participated in a 12-year brain study on meditation and compassion led by a neuroscientist from the University of Wisconsin, Richard Davidson.<p>Davidson hooked up …

Happiness

Like Mother, Like Daughter--the Science Says So, Too

We often attribute key characteristics to one of our parents: “He gets his athleticism from his father.” “Her quickness to anger—that’s all her …

Neuroscience

The Science of Soulmates

Do you believe in soulmates?<p>If so, you're not alone. According to a Marist poll:<p>73% of Americans believe in soulmates.<p>More men than women believe that they are destined to find their one, true soulmate (males: 74%, females: 71%).<p>79% of people younger than 45 believe in soulmates, while only 69% of …

Face value: How fertile women spot rivals

Women with high levels of oestradiol are best able to recognise others in the most fertile phase of their menstrual cycle, according to new study<p>It is not only animals that rely on physical cues to gauge the fertility of potential rivals for a mate, according to an unusual study published on …

What Your Sexting Really Reveals

Smartphones have made it far easier for us to stay in touch with relationship partners, even when we are geographically distant. Further, they have …

I’m unhappy with my wife of 30 years. Should I leave?

A man who’s thinking of divorce hesitates because of the children. Mariella Frostrup suggests thinking about how a marriage can evolve and adapt<p><b>The dilemma</b> <i>I am a 50-something well-educated man, married for nearly 30 years, with two children at university. For the past 15 years I have been unhappy</i> …

Relationships

How to save time online dating

Dating is a huge time suck. But it should be enjoyable, not a chore.<p>Before you can become more efficient, step back and look at your online dating …

The Differences between Happiness and Meaning in Life

“Humans may resemble many other creatures in their striving for happiness, but the quest for meaning is a key part of what makes us human, and …

IBM Researchers' New Approach To Huntington's Could Lead To Significant Breakthrough In Therapy

Huntington’s disease is a fatal genetic disorder that causes a progressive breakdown of the brain’s neurons and afflicts about five to seven people per 100,000. Despite millions of dollars spent over the past two decades to investigate the disease, there’s been little progress in developing a drug …

Neuroscience

The Powerful Predictor Behind Successful Relationships

When does a broken relationship start to go wrong?<p>Whatever you’re thinking — an awkward conversation with your boss, the white lie you told about …

A psychologist reveals the biggest predictor of happiness — and it's not money

When psychologist Arthur Aron was a graduate student in the 1960s, he was looking around for something to study for his dissertation. But he didn't want just any topic. He wanted to find one "that people thought couldn't be studied scientifically and then prove that it could be," he said.<p>And then …

Why College-Educated Women Can't Find Love

If you’re a single, college-educated woman in Manhattan, the cards of love are stacked in favor of you remaining single.<p>You feel like you’re in …

Relationships

Is Facebook Messing With Your Self-Esteem?

The great social media and mental health debate continues, thanks to a recent study that looked at young women’s use of Facebook and their risk for …

7 Ways to Be Remarkably Happy, Backed by Science | Inc.com

Yet relatively few of us are, especially people in their early 40s. (I’m no psychologist, but that’s probably about when many of us start thinking, “Wait… is <i>this</i> all there is?”)<p>If you want to be happier, there’s good news and bad. Unfortunately, approximately 50 percent of your happiness, your …

Happiness

More Sex Leads to Happiness, Right? Maybe Not

Happy couples are the ones who have lots of sex. At least that’s what we’ve been so often told, and there is some scientific grounds for this, with …

40 Awesome Things to Do in Your 40s

Not only did I never think I would turn 40, I was shocked to make it to 27. So when this happened, it was quite a surprise. I had a two-year-old and …

Midlife Crisis

14 Photos of Couples Married More Than 50 Years Show What True Love Really Looks Like

"To this day they hold hands like lovestruck teenagers."<p>When photographer Tracey Buyce's parents passed away, she was inspired by the extraordinary love they'd shared for 46 years of their lives.<p>Looking to photograph more couples who'd been married for 50-some years, Buyce started taking …

The Surprising Behavior That Actually Rekindles Love

<b>How one unlikely element can strengthen your relationships.</b><p><i>By Jen Doll</i>, SELF<p>I'm what you might call a "hyperresponsive texter." When I get a message, I send one back almost immediately -- a habit drawn from work. I also hate to seem rude. So I always text back, even when maybe I shouldn't.<p>Then I …