In a culture based on profit and earnings, we've grown up to attribute happiness as the product of success, measuring our lives by the level of our achievements and goals attained.

"Our numbers land right around the same spot 6 years later," Witters says.

His research suggests that cost of living substantially impacts daily emotions.

Instead, participants were randomly paired, except no man was paired with a taller woman.

During an intermission of the dance, participants were asked to assess their date.

A new study has shown that people with recurrent depression taking part in mindfulness-based group therapy sessions were just as likely to go two years without a relapse, as those taking a course of antidepressant drugs It makes me happy to know that plenty of viewers will be on tenterhooks this weekend to see how War and Peace concludes. Tolstoy buffs will know that, after Pierre Bezukhov is captured by the French, he has ample time to ponder the meaning of existence.

Shut up in a shed, and awed by the serenity of the angelic peasant Platon Karataev, Pierre learns “not with his intellect but with his whole being...

“Success is getting what you want; happiness is wanting what you get.”- Ingrid Bergman Success and happiness, happiness and success.

People have a tendency to confuse the two, mixing them up until they can't distinguish between the very different but seemingly unified terms.

They think happiness is at the end of the climb and success is just a measure of it.

However, if you look at it more closely, there couldn't be a more wrong way of looking at it.

which suggests why people become attracted to their partner.