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A Journey to Sustainable Happiness

At the heart of the LG Experience Happiness program lies a unique partnership between experts in social emotional learning, education and the science of happiness. LG’s Experience Happiness partners provide science-backed and curriculum-approved resources to help teachers and students practice the sustainable happiness skills for life long social and emotional wellbeing.

 

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Our Goal

Over five years, LG and its partners will deliver Sustainable Happiness skills to 5.5 million youth and help the next generation recognize that happiness is achievable and Life’s Good.

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The Problem

More than half of American teens are stressed, and many don’t know how to handle it.

The Solution

Happiness is associated with positive health effects including the ability to better cope with stress.

The Science

Over 70 years of research has revealed that happiness skills can be learned, taught, and practiced, and that Sustainable Happiness is achievable.

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Helping Families During these Times

With schools closed across the country, stress management, communication and resiliency are critical to helping families who are staying home.

 

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Happiness Skills

Learn and practice the six sustainable happiness skills yourself, and share with the teen in your life.

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How to Keep the Greater Good in Mind During the Outbreak

By the Greater Good Science Center

On the surface, social distancing and shelter-in-place orders may seem isolating and put us at risk of disconnection. And physically, we are isolated and disconnected. But from a psychological perspective, there are ways to maintain and even enhance our sense of connection during the …
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How to Help Teens Shelter in Place

by LG Happiness Project | April 28, 2020

Social isolation is difficult for everyone, but especially hard for teens and young adults. Their brains are preoccupied with the social world and their place within it, making this time of physical distancing challenging for them and their families. When parents put restrictions on …
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How to Be Intentional about Watching the News

By The Greater Good Science Center

Staying informed during this unprecedented time is important, but news can become a source of stress and anxiety. We need to remain intentional about the media we consume to protect our mental health. Jill Suttie, Psy.D, from UC Berkeley’s Greater Good Center shares research …
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