To feel myself beloved on the earth
Angela McKay Knobel | 10 June 2016
tags: Aristotle, friendship, marriage definition
Aristotle, true friendship, and the 'Soulmate' view of marriage.

Crunch time for those New Year’s resolutions
Bernard Toutounji | 12 January 2016
tags: New Year's resolutions
Most of us despair of keeping them.

We are all rich men now
Zac Alstin | 10 November 2015
tags: consumerism, lifestyle, money
Is love of money really the root of all evil?

You want to maximize happiness? Try the virtues
Alejo Jose G. Sison | 17 March 2015
tags: happiness, United Nations
The United Nations celebrates International Day of Happiness on March 20.

What virtue adds to happiness
Alejo Jose G. Sison | 09 January 2015
tags: happiness, philosophy, virtue
Going beyond having and doing into the realm of becoming.

New You Resolution
Zac Alstin | 01 January 2015
tags: 2014, 2015, New Year's resolutions
What can a 17th Century French genius and an obscure Neo-Confucian discipline teach us about happiness?

Your money, or your life?
Zac Alstin | 28 November 2014
tags: happiness, philosophy, wealth
Roasting my own coffee beans is just one of the pleasures of exploring natural wealth.

Why happiness should replace GDP in policy making
Richard A. Easterlin | 27 October 2014
tags: economics, GDP, happiness
Something is wrong if China's productivity has soared and its satisfaction with life has nosedived.

Temper, temper
Bernard Toutounji | 25 August 2014
tags: four temperaments, psycholgy
The four temperaments are a tried and true aid to self-knowledge.

Goodbye to bosses?
Andre Spicer | 13 January 2014
tags: human resources, management, self-concept
Non-hierarchical organisation is all very well but there is a price to pay.

Her perfect boy
Lane DeGregory | 03 October 2013
tags: motherhood, Trisomy 18
A Florida mother shows what real love is as she cares for a child with Trisomy 18.

Brits at their best
Joanna Bogle | 05 June 2012
tags: Britain, Queen Elizabeth II
A bit of rain could not dampen the cheerful spirit prevailing at Queen Elizabeth’s Diamond Jubilee Pageant on Sunday.

Too much information, too little thought
Carolyn Moynihan | 18 May 2012
tags: communications media, silence
There’s something more threatening to human communication than the digital divide.

Enough of parenting misery lit
Mariette Ulrich | 12 April 2012
tags: parenting, work-life balance
Raising kids is not a Sunday stroll in the park, but if you never get there, whose fault is it?

Rescuing marriage from no-fault divorce
William West | 12 March 2012
tags: divorce, happiness, marriage education
Two out of three unhappily married adults who stayed together were happily married five years later.

A Valentine message to college students
Shirene Urry | 14 February 2012
tags: Love and Fidelity Network, marriage, sexual behaviour
Sexual choices now may make a difference in desirable life outcomes later.

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