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The Biggest Problem With Happiness

And How You Can Fix It

Pursuing happiness for a lot of people is like chasing after the wind. The more you run after it, the more it also go away.

Playing in the background are the invisible hands of Hedonic Treadmillwhich explains our tendency to quickly return to a relatively stable level of happiness, despite major positive events or life changes.




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