Select Page
When it comes to how to live the good life, everyone’s got an opinion. But not all opinions are created equal. As a therapist, I need to know how to improve people’s life satisfaction. People come to therapy to feel better, to live better, to love better. Having training and experience in helping people change is important. It’s even better when you can back your opinions up with research. That’s what this episode is about: What the research says about how to life the good life. I share eight specific things you can start doing today to make a real difference on how much you get out of your life and relationships.

For those who are interested in reading the articles and studies I used for this episode, links are included below:

Spending Money on Others Promotes Happiness

Misery is not Miserly: Sad and Self-Focused Individuals Spend More

The Hidden Cost of Value Seeking

Forgiveness Can Improve Mental and Physical Health

Emotional and Physical Health Benefits of Expressive Writing

Social Relationships and Health: A Flashpoint for Social Policy

The Business Case for Well-Being

Giving and Your Community Well-Being

Well Being