So, what might government policies look like that take into account reasonable levels of caregiving? Denmark has some answers to that question. Some of the happiness indicators under review in the World Happiness Index were a sense of social support, freedom to make life choices and a culture of generosity. Of course, these were in addition to financial wellbeing, healthy life expectancy at birth and a lack of corruption in political leadership. The Danish government has programs that support parents - maternity and paternity leave is generous. Danes believe that access to health care is an absolute right and the continuity of care is built in to a system that is based on the central role of the family physician. Gender equality is ingrained in social assistance programs, enabling more women to work and contribute financially to their households. Finally, Danish culture is one that cultivates a sense of optimism. They combat the effects of an inhospitable climate with the hospitality of the home. They seek out and share something called hygge - cultivated cosiness.