About Tracking Happiness
They say that everyone you meet is engaged in a great struggle. No matter how well someone manages to hide it, there’s always something to overcome, a struggle to deal with, an obstacle to climb.
With so many struggles to overcome, it can feel hard to stay happy. And what’s more important than your happiness? No matter how happy you currently are, we are here to help you.
Our goal is to help you better manage your happiness.
Tracking Happiness is dedicated to exploring every aspect of mental health and happiness, addressing them with openness and depth because we’re here for your entire journey — for your entire life. Recognizing that each person faces unique challenges in their pursuit of happiness, we listen intently and lead with empathy in all our interactions. Our approach is deeply rooted in personal experiences and a strong commitment to inclusivity, reflecting our understanding and shared experiences with you.
We invite you to delve into the wealth of resources Tracking Happiness offers — from our insightful articles and case studies to our newsletter and community.
Thank you for joining us on this journey,
The Tracking Happiness Team
Our Case Studies
At Tracking Happiness, we’re dedicated to helping others around the world overcome struggles of mental health.
In 2022, we published a survey of 5,521 respondents and found that 88% of our respondents experienced mental health issues in the past year. Even worse, 25% of people don’t feel comfortable sharing their struggles with anyone, not even their closest friends.
It’s clear that most people you meet are engaged in a struggle. No matter how well someone manages to hide it, there’s always something to overcome, a struggle to deal with, an obstacle to climb.
We are on a mission to share your stories of overcoming mental health struggles. By doing so, we want to help inspire you to overcome the things that you’re struggling with, while also breaking the stigma of mental health.
No matter who you are, where you’re from, or what you’ve struggled with, we want to share your story. Please visit this page to learn more.
One of the core pillars of Tracking Happiness is our vibrant online community. We believe that the strength and growth of our platform are deeply rooted in the sense of community we foster. Your interaction and engagement are not just welcomed – they are essential.
This is why we have enabled comments on all our pages, creating spaces for open, supportive discussions and shared experiences. Our email subscribers are always just a reply button away from direct contact with us, ensuring a continuous and personal connection.
Moreover, we actively involve our community through periodic surveys. These surveys are more than just questionnaires; they are a window into what truly makes our followers happy. This feedback is invaluable, helping us tailor our content and tools to better serve your needs and deepen our collective understanding of happiness.
Our Editorial Process And AI
At Tracking Happiness, we prioritize the authentic human element in our content.
While AI tools offer efficiency, they lack the depth and empathy required for topics as sensitive as mental health and happiness. That’s why we do not use AI to write our articles. Each piece is crafted by real people, ensuring authenticity and accuracy. Our writers and experts bring personal insights, fact-checked information, and actionable advice to every article.
By focusing on human-driven content, we provide relatable, empathetic, and genuinely helpful resources, steering clear of the pitfalls of AI-generated content in the mental health space.
Finally, we try to include real examples and stories from our community. Mental health advice can often seem unactionable and ambiguous. We always aim to give you actual steps to help you incorporate best practices into your life.
Our content and tools are for informational purposes only and are not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice. If you think you may have a medical emergency, call a doctor or 911. If you or any other person are feeling suicidal or are in immediate crisis – don’t depend on Tracking Happiness for help.