NY Times, Seth Godin, Greater Good, Honey Maid, Christine Carter and Women's Health Magazine all have something to say about happiness.

NY Times: What Suffering Does

When people remember the past, they don’t only talk about happiness. It is often the ordeals that seem most significant. People shoot for happiness but feel formed through suffering.

Seth Godin: In Search of an Argument

Has it ever been easier to experience an emotion at the click of a mouse? It's a choice. You can instantly become enraged, merely by reading the comments of some blogs. You can amplify your self-doubt by checking out what the trolls on Twitter have just said about you. And if you're really interested in bringing yourself down, go read some reviews of your work online. Sure, if you want an argument, it's easy to find a never-ending one online. The question is, why would you want to? Want a chuckle? Watch this Monty Python skit: Argument Clinic

The Greater Good: Fostering Social Connections

Friends and family are two of the most important factors in creating happiness. 5 Tips for Fostering Friendships: Teach kids the skills they need to create and maintain lots of strong social connections!

Honey Maid's response to hate is love. Kudos!

From Honey Maid: We made a commercial about what makes families, family. And we received a lot of comments. See what we did with them.

Women's Health Magazine: How to be Happier

Happiness is a choice. 7 tips to cultivate more of it and allay fear when it trumps happy.

Christine Carter: Happiness Tip... Flip the Script.

When "How are You?" generates feeling of overwhelm, flip the script.