The Science of Daydreaming: How It Benefits Creativity and Problem-Solving

Daydreaming is a state of mind where thoughts that are experienced by an individual are unrelated to what is going on in the environment around them. We all experience daydreaming from time-to-time: at school, at work, or at home. It … Continue reading

How to Love Someone You Don’t Like: Try a “Loving-Kindness” Meditation

We don’t always have to like someone for us to have love for them. Sure – it may not be “friendship” love or “family” love or “romantic” love. However, we can have “compassionate” love for anyone, despite any differences or … Continue reading

How We Find Motivation in Other People’s Struggles

Success rarely comes without roadblocks, hardship, and failure. If you’ve ever read anyone’s success story, then you have undoubtedly found out that their victories weren’t absent from previous failures and struggles. In many ways, those past failures are what make … Continue reading

Many With Mental Disorders Still Find Happiness

In a recent study, a group of Dutch positive psychologists tested the possibility of a co-existence between mental disorders and happiness. And according to their study, 68.4% of the mentally troubled said they “often felt happy,” in contrast to 89.1% … Continue reading

The Role of Empathy in Our Evolution

Empathy is the ability to recognize thoughts and feelings within another conscious being. It is a mental capacity in which we can understand the inner world of others – their beliefs, emotions, intentions, values, goals, and personal experience. With empathy … Continue reading