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Happiness And The Vicissitudes Of Life: An Improbable Friendship

Overall, happiness includes life's ups and downs. The signs of happiness can strengthen our psychological immune system. Because the role of the science of happiness is first of all, to introduce us to concepts like post-traumatic growth, which is growing stronger as a result of hardship. And second, to teach us what conditions we can put in place in our homes, in our organizations, in our schools, in our countries to increase the likelihood of growing from hardship. Hardship is inevitable. What we do with our hardship, well, here we have a choice.


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