How to Be Happy: The Fine Print

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How to Be Happy: The Fine Print

Happiness is a skill. It requires effort and time.

– Andrew Weil –

How to Be Happy: The Fine Print

Most of us want to be happy and stay that way, and research from positive psychology has shown that making a habit of certain day-to-day activities — like expressing gratitude, exercising, or performing acts of kindness — can help us get there. But few researchers have considered how to identify an activity that’s best suited to your particular personality and lifestyle. Sonja Lyubomirsky, a professor of psychology at the University of California, Riverside, started to explore these questions … { read more }

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Learn more about the “hows” of happiness according to the Greater Good Science Center, here. { more }

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