Genuine happiness: It’s literally right in front of our face

The world seems to be growing weary of positive psychology. But before we jettison the whole endeavor, we should remember that positive psychology has served as an important corrective. This is not to say, of course, that there is nothing in positive psychology that cannot be criticized. But maybe there is a better way to measure happiness, one that has nothing to do with questionnaires

Grief Doesn't Come in Stages and It's Not the Same for Every

Nobody wants a loved one to die. Nobody wants to deal with serious injury or threat. But unfortunately these things happen, and when they do, it's never easy. Most of us suffer, at least for a short period of time, and we have to adapt. But the truth—the empirical reality—is that most of us do cope well.

Influence With a Light Touch

A Badge, a Bible...and an Over-Valued Idea

By Dale Hartley Ph.D., MBA
Why did a state trooper refuse to stop preaching to motorists?

8 Secret Ways We Influence Others With Our Body Language

By Ronald E Riggio Ph.D.
Sighs and shrugs are more powerful than they may seem.

5 Ways to Grow Your Charisma

By Suzanne Degges-White Ph.D.
Exude confidence, yes, but never forget how much other people matter.

The Secret to a Billion Dollar Success Story

By Craig Dowden Ph.D.
Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst on the power of vulnerability

Are You or Your Boss a Benevolent Tyrant?

By Mark B. Borg, Jr., Ph.D, Grant H. Brenner, MD, and Daniel Berry, RN, MHA
How to build relationship sanity in the workplace

Why Management Rapport Leads to Employee Productivity

By Victor Lipman
Many managers view their role as building control, not rapport.

The Three Rules for Healthy Money

By Sarah C. Newcomb Ph.D.
What we can learn from the intersection of psychology and economics

Are You a Lime or Are You a Cucumber?

By Talya Miron-Shatz Ph.D.
Health habits can be fun - one cucumber at a time.