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Small Things Like These by Claire Keegan – between happiness and ruin

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In all Claire Keegan’s stories, there is a family. The protagonist changes – the father, the mother, a son or daughter. But this figure never stands very far out in front. Anziché, the narrative gains its emotional re...

The wonder stuff: what I learned about happiness from a month of ‘awe walks’

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I am in the middle of a cloud, halfway up a steep pike, and on a mission to get some awe. I am here thanks to a new study, which found that by paying close attention to our surroundings as we walk, we can get our happ...

How can I approach my best friend’s wedding when I am so worried about her future happiness?

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My best friend is getting married in a few months and I am so sad. We have known each other since childhood, and while it is true that I probably hold too high standards for my loved ones, her fiance seems like a poor...

Jonnie Peacock: ‘I don’t need to win another gold medal for my happiness’

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Jonnie Peacock has a new look for 2021. His blond hair is no longer in a nice schoolboy short back and sides, but tied in an unruly topknot. He has a wiry beard to go with it too. He looks less like he’s about to chal...

China Communist party ‘striving for people’s happiness’, says Xi Jinping, in call for charm offensive

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China needs to improve the way it tells the world stories about itself, and convince people the ruling party is striving for the happiness of all Chinese people, Xi Jinping has said. The Chinese president’s comments t...

Bristol University happiness course students found to be more upbeat

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Attaining – and maintaining – a state of joy or even simple contentment can be challenging, especially in these most difficult of times. But data from a course pioneered at the University of Bristol has suggested that...