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We’ve Neglected The Role Of “Psychological Richness” When Considering What Makes A Good Life, Study Argues

We’ve Neglected The Role Of “Psychological Richness” When Considering What Makes A Good Life, Study Argues

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We’ve Neglected The Role Of “Psychological Richness” When Considering What Makes A Good Life, Study Argues

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Psychological Richness - Beyond Happiness And Good Living.

What is it that makes someone feel that theirs is a “good life”? Of all the ideas put forward over the past few millennia, two are most often extolled and researched today. The first is hedonistic wellbeing, often called simply “happiness”, which is characterised by plenty of positive emotions and general life satisfaction. The other is “eudaimonia” — feeling that your life has meaning and that you are realising your potential.

A psychologically rich life is one that is characterised by a variety of interesting and perspective-changing experiences.

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