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An 80-Year Harvard Study Reveals the Secret to Long-Term Happiness

It isn’t money, success, fame, or following your passion

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For over 80 years, Harvard’s Grant and Glueck study has tracked the well-being of two demographics: 268 graduates from the batches of 1939–1944 and 456 poor men growing up in Boston since 1939.




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