How you feel matters. Whether you're feeling stressed, anxious, depressed, or you're dealing with constant negative thoughts, Happify brings you effective tools and programs to take control of your emotional wellbeing. Our proven techniques are developed by leading scientists and experts who've been studying evidence-based interventions in the fields of positive psychology, mindfulness and cognitive behavioral therapy for decades. Get ready to reduce stress, overcome negative thoughts, and build greater resilience. 86% of people who use Happify regularly report feeling better about their lives in 2 months. HAPPINESS ISN'T JUST ONE THING. IT'S EVERYTHING. Struggling with everyday challenges and being gripped by negativity is toxic to your emotional and physical wellbeing, your relationships, your performance at work. So when you start to turn the corner, and begin to learn the new habits of successful engagement with life, everything starts to look brighter and better. SKEPTICAL JOURNALISTS TRIED IT FOR THEMSELVES, AND HERE'S WHAT THEY SAID: ABC World News' Mara Schiavocampo. "I gave it a shot for 5 weeks. it works." The New York Times. "Each track contains bite-size quizzes, games and activities that guide you to seeing more positive aspects of daily life." The TODAY Show. "These are things you can do every day. tasks you can complete and be rewarded for. to feel better, reduce stress, live a better life, and actually be happy." THOUSANDS THANK US. HERE ARE SOME MOVING EXAMPLES: "I have felt less stressed, more positive, more motivated, more appreciative of the many things I have to be grateful for, and more present. I have even been quarreling less with my husband and sleeping more soundly." - Sarah S. Boston, MA. "When I first started, I was skeptical about some of the exercises. However, I was willing to try them. and my skepticism faded when I realized they helped. I have less bad days. and when I have bad days, they disperse more quickly, and they're not as severe as they were before Happify." - Jessica G. West Park, FL. "I realized that I may not be able to control certain aspects of my life, but I can control how I respond. Today, I am more relaxed. My stress levels are lower, and while I may still get upset, my reactions are not as intense. I am better able to catch myself in the cycle of negative thinking and rumination, and then I lower it immediately." - J. Ward, Chapel Hill, NC.