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What can one do to permanently increase one's baseline happiness (subjective well-being)?

Going off the findings in this paper, it seems that one's baseline level of happiness can be increased and maintained at a (weakly) significant level by "continual effort and engagement in some ...
Ross Keenan's user avatar
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How beneficial is attending a funeral in the process of grieving and why?

So I had a quick look into your question (not my area). It turns out there is long established journal called "Death Studies" that focuses specifically on "bereavement and loss, grief therapy, death ...
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How to measure your stress levels?

The term eustress was coined by endocrinologist Hans Selye, consisting of the Greek prefix eu- meaning "good", and stress, literally meaning "good stress". There is also the Yerkes–Dodson law which ...
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What does "affect component" mean in this article on well-being?

As the CDC page you linked states, Well-being integrates mental health (mind) and physical health (body) resulting in more holistic approaches to disease prevention and health promotion. Mental ...
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Is there a validated questionnaire on consumer well-being?

There are many consumer satisfaction tests available, see for a somewhat dated but informative review Westbrook & Oliver (1981). Most often, simple, single-item rating scales are employed. ...
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Could motivational interviewing techniques be used without engaging with a counselor?

Performance reviews (Cardon & Stevens, 2004; Posthuma & Campion, 2008) are part of running an effective business. Are your employees performing at their best? If not, why is that? A ...
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