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Concepts for Today Chapter 1: The Paradox of Happiness

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Concepts for Today
Chapter 1: The Paradox of Happiness

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Concepts for Today
Chapter 1: The Paradox of Happiness

It is plain common sense the more happiness you feel, the less unhappiness you experience. It`s plain common sense, but it is not true. Recent research reveals, that happiness and unhappiness are not really flip sides of the same emotion. they are two distinct feelings that, coexisting, rise and fall independently.
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In a series of experiments by psychologists Jone Reich and Alex Zautra at Arizona state University, they asked students to select their favorite activities from a list of everyday pleasures things like going to a motive, talking with friends and playing cards.
Then the researchers instructed some of the subjects to increase the number of favorite activities they participated in for one month (the other participants in the study served as controls and did not vary their activity level.) Results: those who did more of the things they enjoyed were happier than those who did

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