How Happy Are You, Really?

How Happy Are You, Really?
The positive psychology movement, founded in part by Martin E.P. Seligman, PhD, former APA President, focuses on enhancing what's good in life rather than fixing what's wrong. Twenty traits have been considered as personality characteristics that may be the "roots of a positive life," including the capacity to love and be loved, altruism, spirituality, creativity, courage and wisdom. Researchers in the field are studying the types of experiences that make people feel good, the personal traits that make up happiness and ways to create positive institutions.

Find out where you sit on this happiness scale:




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