Discover the simple techniques to help experience deeper joy, cheerful contentment, and long-term happiness

It’s often said that happiness is a choice: You can either choose to be happy or choose to be sad, stressed, or anxious.

But simply choosing happiness doesn’t always make it so. Many times, you can’t simply force a smile and make believe that everything is coming up roses.

Thankfully, there are much more effective ways, based squarely on research-proven Positive Psychology strategies and concrete techniques that can help you deal effectively with life’s challenges and attain long-term happiness.

That’s why the health experts at Harvard Medical School have created the all-new Positive Psychology Course — the exclusive interactive resource that helps you apply the same tools that are widely used by mental health professionals to help treat a variety of condition, from stress, anxiety and anger to coping with grief and loss.

Step-by-step, Harvard’s Positive Psychology Course will give you strategies to build happier, more positive lifestyle. Enroll today and you’ll discover how to...

  • Get into the happiness “flow” — that happy zone where you’re super engaged and absorbed both at work and in your leisure time.
  • Keep the burden of “too many choices” from robbing you of pleasure. Discover the powerful impact of a stress-relieving “choice diet.”
  • Let go of resentment, envy and grudges — emotions that hurt you more than they hurt people who may have wronged you.
  • Develop the resilience to handle difficulties more easily and bounce back more rapidly after dramatic or unpleasant events.
  • Stop procrastination or beating yourself up when things go wrong with powerful “self-compassion” techniques.
  • Develop an unshakable attitude of gratitude with specific techniques that help lead to more positive emotions, stronger relationships and a greater ability to deal with adversity.
  • Increase your focus and alertness with two simple stress-relieving “mindfulness” techniques you can use today.
  • Short-circuit the anxiety caused by Facebook envy, Twitter rage and other social media hazards with three simple strategies.
  • Savor more pleasure in your life with specific “enjoy the moment” activities — and why multitasking is the enemy of savoring.
  • Experience the “warm glow” of happiness by re-discovering a universal trait of a life well-lived.
  • Enjoy happier, more resilient relationships with the help of surprisingly simple activities.
  • And more powerful techniques from the mental health experts at Harvard Medical School.