The technical definition The negativity bias is the phenomena by which humans give more psychological weight to bad experiences than a good ones. In fact, some researchers assert that negative emotions have an impact close to 3x stronger than positive emotions. Huh, what does this mean? In short, “bad stuff” is stronger than “good stuff.” Subsequently,… Read more!
A new study has sparked a number of conversations on mom blogs around the country because of the controversial conclusions that working moms are happier. The study’s results were published in a Journal of Family Psychology article entitled “Mothers’ Part-Time Employment: Associations With Mother and Family Well-Being,” by Cheryl Buehler, PhD., and Marion O’Brien, PhD, both of… Read more!
Do you feel like even when it’s not the holiday season you have a little touch of Ebenezer Scrooge in you? Do you find it difficult to smile and laugh, make friends, or take pleasure in the little things? Do you want more happiness in your life? Research from the University of Manchester recently published… Read more!
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