I find it curious that bookstores are filling up with books about happiness. Check out some of these titles—“Authentic happiness,” “The art of serenity,” “The science of happiness,” “Happiness: Unlocking the mysteries of psychological wealth” and “Flourish: A visionary new understanding of happiness and well-being.” That’s just a small sample. It’s as if social scientists have just discovered that we all want to be happy!
Like many things, the desire for something as universal has happiness does not necessarily lead one to its pearly gates. A recent article in “Psychology Today” (... Read More