Doctors and psychologists have for many years naturally been engaged in examining human challenges. Recently there has also been a growing interest to investigate what actually keeps us happy and healthy.
One example is “Positive Psychology”, formulated in the late 1990s by Professor Martin Seligmann. In collaboration with colleagues he investigates simple methods that everyone can use to enhance joy and happiness in life.
The experience of happiness rises if you, once a day, write down, draw or tell three good things about yourself and your life, big or small. It could be thoughts, experiences or actions. You have to do it every day at the end of the day for at least a month in order to feel the effect, and the longer you keep on, the better the effect