Happiness and Well being

Most researchers use ‘happiness’ to mean nothing more than a state of mind, like being satisfied with your life or having a positive emotional condition. To ask what happiness is, in this sense, is just to ask about the nature of a state of mind.
By contrast, researchers normally use ‘well-being’ to denote a kind of value. This value concerns what benefits or harms you, or makes you better or worse off. Depending on what ultimately benefits people, this might include things beyond happiness, such as achievement or friendship. Other words for well-being include ‘flourishing’, ‘thriving’ and ‘welfare’. Eudaimonia was the ancient Greek term for well-being. To ask what well-being is, then, is to ask what ultimately is good for people.

 

  • Self satisfaction
  • Contentment
  • Cheerfulness

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