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Pursuing happiness through spending more time with family and friends is more  effective than other methods

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Money can only buy happiness up to about $75,000 – after that, it has no significant effect on our emotional wellbeing

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Most of our happiness is not determined by our genetics, but by our experiences and our day-to-day lives

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Trying too hard to find happiness often has the opposite effect and can lead us to be overly selfish

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The pursuit of happiness is one place where we should consider ditching the SMART goals

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Happiness makes us better citizens – it is a good predictor of civic engagement in the transition to adulthood

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Happiness leads to career success, and it doesn’t have to be “natural” happiness – researchers found that “experimentally enhancing” positive emotions also contributed to improved outcomes at work

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There is a linear relationship between religious involvement and happiness. 

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Recognize that you have choices. While you can't prevent many of the difficulties that you'll encounter in life, you can control how you respond to them

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The Amazing Science Behind The  Lucid Dreams.