Kristin Chenoweth, Emmy and Tony award winner, graces the cover of the November/December issue of Live Happy magazine, a first-of-its-kind publication combining science with engaging and informative content to help readers achieve true happiness and live fuller and more productive lives.Live Happy Nov/Dec issue cover with Kristin ChenowethIn this issue, on newsstands today, Kristin explains why she chooses happiness above security and success and shares her gratitude for life’s many blessings.Video: Kristin Chenoweth is Living HappyFocused on giving thanks around the most thankful time of year, Live Happy highlights new research and methods to find happiness through gratitude and reap the related health benefits.“Gratitude shouldn’t just be reserved for the holidays, but it’s the perfect time to reinforce it,” says Deborah Heisz, co-founder of Live Happy. “In this issue, we bring together leading experts and practitioners who inspire our readers to practice gratitude and experience its effects on happiness in their everyday lives.”This latest issue of Live Happy features new and exclusive research exploring the link between gratitude and happiness. The enlightening article, “More Than a Feeling” proves that being thankful releases a rush of dopamine leading to improved physical, mental and emotional health.In addition to Live Happy’s experts, this issue features profiles on other happy individuals like Caroline Hirsch of Carolines on Broadway and Peggy Andrews, a New York City-based lawyer who is following her dreams by making Ayurvedic lollipops in her spare time. It also offers unique recommendations for gifts of happiness this holiday season.The November/December issue includes articles by Live Happy’s extensive panel of experts and ongoing columnists to help readers explore their own lives and uncover new levels of happiness, including: • KEEPING THE PEACE: Learn strategies to ease stress at family gatherings during the holidays from Gretchen Rubin, best-selling author of “The Happiness Project.” • REFLECT AND BE HAPPY: Stacy Kaiser, renowned psychotherapist and relationship expert, offers seven ways to enhance your sense of peace and gratitude. • GETTING AHEAD OF HOLIDAY STRESS: Soak in Chrissy Carter’s tips on how to stay cool, calm and collected through mindful meditation and restorative yoga.This issue of Live Happy coincides with the launch of its digital edition, which is available from the App Store and on Google Play. Current Live Happy subscribers receive complimentary access on their tablet devices and separate digital subscriptions are also available for $9.99.