Policy-makers, researchers, employers, and governments are expressing growing interest in well-being. cholarly and popular works on the topic are also finding a broad audience.
The evidence on the connection between religion and mental health looks rather different today... Religious participation has been associated with lower depression rates in numerou
The present review will be concerned with the relationships between religion and health. Our principal purpose will be to review the empirical research literature on this relations
Participation in religious services is associated with numerous aspects of human flourishing, including happiness and life satisfaction, mental and physical health, meaning and pur
Many empirical studies throughout the social and biomedical sciences focus only on very narrow outcomes such as income, or a single specific disease state, or a measure of positive
Aristotle conceived of happiness as being attained by living in accord with virtue, and virtually all philosophical, religious, and cultural traditions have likewise placed some no