So much of our lives are spent waiting for the good life. But what if we stopped waiting? Here's why - and how - to stop waiting for life to get better.
Savoring a beautiful sunset and the positive emotions associated with it can contribute to improved well-being, according to research.
Keeping these ten essential human needs in mind can help you both to strengthen your relationship.
Dealing with toxic people is never easy, but it’s worth looking at some strategies you might consider to make the problem better.
Americans leave about 429 million vacation days unused every year. Here's why you need take a real vacation - for your health and well-being.
From fast food to high-speed internet and short-lived Snapchats, people pack more into their day than ever before. Here are some tips for slowing down.
What are love languages? They're 5 person-specific techniques you should know to let people know you care about them and are grateful they are in your life.
How can you keep the passion alive - and the sex satisfying - in a long-term relationship?
Does more sex equal more happiness? It isn't necessarily so, according to psychological research finding that weekly sex was the sweet spot.
You see photos on social media, and instantly think you should be living a better life. But this is the wrong habit. Here's why.
I fail at things much more than you might imagine. Failure can really suck. And yet, I get back up and try again. Here's how.
People who score high on neuroticism in personality tests tend to have negative thoughts and feelings of all types - but often have bonus creativity.
Not enough people use simple stress-busting techniques. Here are 6 things you can do to help manage freak-outs and find your happy place again!
Whether your marriage needs an overhaul or you just want to give it some preventative maintenance, the solution may be the same: feel the gratitude.
Couples who perceive a drop in happiness in the first year after they became parents have a lower probability of having a second child.
When comparing your partner to someone else's, do you find yours comes up short?
You may have heard of 'resting bitch face' the non-smiling face many of us make. Now, researchers say your usual facial expression could be genetic.
Will your young baby actually remember happy times the next day? Researchers studying infant memories say they might.
What time you go to bed, and how long you sleep at a time, might actually make a difference in how much you worry.
Is the key to being happy as simple as thinking of the glass as half-full rather than half-empty?
It's one of the most difficult challenges for most of us: How not to get mad when someone else gets mad at you.
Two psychologists teamed up to explore the mysteries of attraction and intimacy, and discovered questions that could bring people closer together.
Marital satisfaction generally declines over time. An intervention to help couples adopt a more objective outlook on conflict could mean a happier marriage.
It can be nearly impossible to get into the exercise habit. But if you turn workouts into play, it's a whole lot easier to fit in fitness!