Most people want to be happy. It is a desire that transcends age, culture, geographical location, political belief, religion, and life experience.
Seemingly overnight, the University of Pennsylvania health system went from prescribing 75 percent generic medications to 98 percent. What changed?
In his new book, David DeSteno explores how certain prosocial emotions, such as gratitude, compassion, and pride, can help us succeed in life when things like rationality and willpower power fall short.