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Lessons from the longest study on happiness

I love TED Talks, and by extension TED articles. This one posted earlier today is based on a talk from December 2015.

Have a read and when you have another 15 minutes to spare, you’ll want to watch the talk here.

Because who doesn’t want to know more on how to be happy? (Just case: For fans of misery, this is for you, too, since you can learn all about what not to do.)

Essential, data-derived advice for leading a happy, healthy life, shared by researcher and psychiatrist Robert Waldinger. Have you ever wished you could fast-forward your life so you could see if the decisions you’re making will lead to satisfaction and health in the future? In the world of scientific research, the closest you can get to…

via 4 lessons from the longest-running study on happiness — ideas.ted.com

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