A recent survey found that religious Americans are overall happier with their lives, gather with family more regularly, and give more to the poor.
If we spend more time on social media or watching the game than pursuing a happy, healthy sexual relationship, it’s no wonder it only lasts five minutes once a week.
The sexual revolution has brought us the hookup culture and endemic porn use, which besides ruining the fun of sex is bringing us to the end of civilization itself.
A new study finds that couples who attend church and pray together are happier. What’s more, church-going men see bigger benefits.
Most women don’t want to be the family breadwinner, but new research finds they’re happy with just about any arrangement if they’re married.
The United Nations’ 2015 ‘World Happiness Report’ contains blind spots and logical leaps about libertarian personalities, morality, and ideology
Ignore a new study that claims liberals have happier eye muscles and other silliness.
In honor of our thirtieth year of marriage, I reflect on what is the same and what is different from year ten at year thirty.
‘The pursuit of happiness’ shouldn’t confuse people who study the American founders.
The characters’ pursuit of happiness in ’90s sitcom ‘Full House’ was a socially conservative inheritance from the Declaration of Independence.
Fatherhood is for men who aren’t overly preoccupied with happiness. But what they find along the way may surprise them.
The White House’s pay inequality campaign bombed yesterday. But media discussions still miss the point of what many women seek in life.
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