A repository of acronyms, jargon, and useful words for product and customer teams
A theory which proposes that individuals are driven by three main needs: achievement, power, and affiliation. Balancing these needs can contribute to one’s overall sense of fulfillment.
A manner of responding to others’ good news with genuine interest and enthusiasm, strengthening interpersonal bonds and shared joy.
Strategies that effectively manage stress or adversity, enhancing one’s ability to bounce back and maintain well-being.
A measure of a person’s ability to go through tough times and come out of them successfully by adapting to the circumstances.
The experience of feeling or emotion, which can be a key component in an individual’s sense of well-being or happiness.
The gentle feeling of fondness or liking that can contribute to emotional warmth and happiness. Genuine affection can bolster positive relationships and enhance well-being.
Our predictions about our future emotions and how certain life events will affect our happiness, often with inaccuracies.
A sudden rush of creative impulse or inspiration.
A Greco-Christian term referring to unconditional, selfless love, different from
romantic or familial love. It’s the highest form of love, such as the love God has for humans and vice versa.
A brisk and cheerful readiness; an eagerness that can enhance positive feelings and engagement with activities.
The selfless concern for the well-being of others, which can provide personal joy and societal harmony.
The sense of emotional closeness developed from frequently updating and following friends on social media, even if the updates are trivial.
In Hindu philosophy, it’s a term for “bliss” or “supreme happiness”, often associated with the realization of the self.
A symptom of depression where one loses the ability to experience pleasure from activities usually considered enjoyable.
A psychological model describing the dynamics of long-term interpersonal relationships. Secure attachments are associated with higher levels of well-being.
A term coined by Positive Psychologist Martin Seligman, referring to genuine contentment resulting from living in accordance with one’s true self and values.
An emotion experienced when one encounters something so vast and profound that it alters the way they see the world.
The quality of being kind and generous towards others. Acts of benevolence can lead to increased feelings of self-worth and happiness.
Cheerful friendliness or geniality, enhancing social well-being.
Natural processes that regulate the sleep-wake cycle, which can influence mood and well-being.
The mental discomfort experienced by a person who holds two or more contradictory beliefs or values. Resolving such dissonance can restore emotional equilibrium.
Something that is needed or wanted, and the satisfaction or joy once it’s attained.
A concept by Martin Seligman suggesting that a talent for joy, like any other, can be cultivated.