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Why We Can’t Be Happy All The Time

And why that’s important

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I once had a goal, I wanted to be happy all the time. The fact that science has no boundaries allowed me to think of that.

So I dug, deeply.

I delved into books written by the best experts, reflected my thoughts, observed emotions in me and those around me. Well, it has been two years now, so here’s the…

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Bandoro Gunarso

Bandoro Gunarso

Junior Doctor, live in Bali. Human behaviour and Well-being enthusiast.

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