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Does Going Through Hard Times Make Us Happier in the Long Run?

Research shows us struggle is good

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I look back at my grandparents and they didn't have much. They were immigrants who faced prejudice and had to work hard just to survive.

But because of this, they appreciated things much more than we seemingly do today.




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