A growing body of research tells us happiness isn’t just a lovely feeling — it’s also quite good for you. It’s been linked to a load of life benefits including a higher income, stronger immune system, and boost in creativity. True happiness isn’t just that burst of joy that comes with getting engaged, a promotion, or winning the lottery. Sustained happiness involves contentment and peace of mind, the feelings you want in between those big bursts. However, there are many choices and habits that diminish our feelings of happiness, and make it more difficult to move past our set point on the happiness scale. This article provides a list of habits to avoid.
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