Four Steps for Achieving Happiness

Happiness is hard to hold onto. Sometimes we speculate that people who are rich and famous must always be happy, but studies show that’s not true. In spite of what people post on Facebook, when you really get to know...

6 Strategies To Make Changes That Last

Changing behavior can be excruciatingly difficult because learning new behaviors causes discomfort, distress and conflict. Anyone who’s tried to lose weight or stop smoking can attest to this fact. Those who’ve made an effort to change their work situation by...

Rekindle Love

Andy and Denice were madly in love when they got married 5 years ago. After a couple of years and a couple of kids their romantic relationship has slowly withered away. Denice is feeling lonely due to Andy’s diminished interest...

PROPEL: Six Steps to Happiness

Dr. Tom Muha After undergoing open heart surgery 12 years ago—at a prestigious medical center, I should add—I awoke in my hospital room to experience a pain that can only be described as stunning.  Eventually, a nurse responded to the...

Achieve Satisfaction and Success

Would you like to boost your happiness? Studies show that it’s possible to learn how to intentionally increase your level of life satisfaction. Positive psychology coaching offers a significantly different approach to traditional psychotherapy. While some people need to alleviate...

Keeping Relationships in the Proper Balance

Dating is usually filled with fun times and passionate encounters, but very often there’s an imbalance in terms of how much one person is giving and how much the other is taking. Over time the taker feels entitled to getting...

PROPEL to a Happier Life

About Dr. Muha

The PROPEL Principles

by - September 20, 2017

After being a victim of medical neglect during a stay in a prestigious medical facility...

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    Career Quiz- How happy are you?

    by - September 18, 2017

    What if you didn’t try to escape from the anxiety? Since your mind is dwelling...

      The PROPEL Principles