Emotional health can lead to success in work, relationships and health. In the past, researchers believed that success made people happy. Newer research reveals that it’s the other way around. Happy people are more likely to work toward goals, find the resources they need and attract others with their energy and optimism — key building blocks of success.
Adapted from Review of research challenges assumption that success makes people happy.
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There’s a ‘loneliness epidemic’ and work is partly to blame
October 4, 2017, The Washington Post
Being empathetic is good, but it can hurt your health
September 25, 2017, The Washington Post
How being angry can (sometimes) be good for you
September 16, 2017, NBC News
Are we putting too much blame on ‘emotional eating’?
September 8, 2017, The Washington Post
Caregiving is hard enough. Isolation can make it unbearable.
August 4, 2017, The New York Times