alexandralexey, 123rf Stock Photo

The data is growing suggesting that finding meaning and value in life can be central to psychological wellbeing, says Dr. Michael Bordieri, Murray State University Assistant Professor of Psychology. He speaks with Kate Lochte on Sounds Good about the field's new focus from pathology to positives, the challenge clinicians have of going beyond happiness and how Viktor Frankl pioneered this method of psychological thought.

A new study finds Kentucky and Tennessee as two of the unhappiest states in the country.

From NPR: As the U.S. considers tabulating a happiness index, some wonder about the “squishiness” of happiness data.