Why happiness should replace GDP in policy making
Something is wrong if China's productivity has soared and its satisfaction with life has nosedived.
Teaching your kids to be happy
| 19 September 2014 | FAMILY EDGE |
Pope Francis’ 10 tips for happiness
The global niceness challenge announces a winner
| 11 July 2014 | FEATURES |
Statisticians have identified the Mother Teresa of global politics.
Do we even need marriage anymore?
Nicole M. King
| 13 May 2014 | FAMILY EDGE |
Happiness is ... dinner with the family
| 28 March 2014 | FAMILY EDGE |
Facebook makes you sad
Spending time with "real people" is more satisfactory than spending it on social media. Surprise.
Sadly, the International Day of Happiness is over
The United Nations is considering an international happiness index to replace Gross Domestic Product as a measure of successful nations. Good luck!
Are married folks happier than those who cohabit?
| 26 October 2012 | FAMILY EDGE |
The short answer, according to a recent study, is Yes, No, Maybe, and It depends.
How do American moms feel about working outside the home?
| 28 September 2012 | FAMILY EDGE |
A survey of 1000 women by Forbes found that working moms are, in general, “an unhappy lot”.
Surprise - parenthood is associated with more joy than misery
| 29 June 2012 | FAMILY EDGE |
The notion that parenthood brings happiness and fulfilment is self-evident to those of us who have partaken of healthy family life, but it’s still gratifying to receive validation from academia.
Irish women more satisfied with life than men
| 04 June 2012 | FAMILY EDGE |
The OECD’s latest ‘Better Life Index’ shows that Irish women have a better overall quality of life than men when a range of different factors is taken into account.
How men contribute to Australian happiness
It’s happiness survey time again, with the publication of the OECD’s annual Better Life Index. And, for once, it’s not a Scandinavian country that comes out on top.
Rescuing marriage from no-fault divorce
| 12 March 2012 | FEATURES |
Two out of three unhappily married adults who stayed together were happily married five years later.
More time online = less happiness among girls
| 06 February 2012 | FAMILY EDGE |
Girls who spend a lot of time using multimedia seem to be less happy and socially comfortable than peers who spend less time on screens, a study from Stanford University suggests.
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