Tag Archives: Happiness

A Walk Down The Career Ladder Can Achieve Happiness

It may not work for everyone, but sometimes a walk down the career ladder can achieve happiness. If you don’t like where you are working, you might think you need to move laterally or look for a promotion elsewhere. However, … Continue reading

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Giving and Including for Happiness

David Fagundes, Why Less Property is More: Inclusion, Dispossession, & Subjective Well-Being, 103 Iowa L. Rev. 1361 (2018). Shelby D. Green Money can’t buy happiness, so the saying goes. But, does giving away property bring happiness? That is the proposition considered … Continue reading

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Family Ties, Purpose and Good Health Are Keys to Happiness Among Seniors

Statistically, senior citizens are one of the happiest demographic groups in the United States. With age comes acceptance of one’s strengths and weaknesses, wisdom and an appreciation that each day is a gift not to be taken for granted. Gone … Continue reading

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Habeas happiness for Guantánamo detainee (Boumediene v. Bush)

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Good News – Life gets better after 50: why age tends to work in favour of happiness

The Guardian – Jonathan Rauch, author of The Happiness Curve, was relieved to find an explanation for his gloom – academics say adulthood happiness is U-shaped “Academics have found increasing evidence that happiness through adulthood is U-shaped – life satisfaction … Continue reading

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