We all strive for happiness and well-being, but getting there can sometimes seem like a challenge. A doctor at Massachusetts General Hospital says it may actually be easier than you think.
“It’s about finding a balance,” said Dr. Robert Waldinger. “We’re all going to have our ups and downs, but can we get to a place where life is generally better and we’re more content?”
Dr. Waldinger, a psychiatrist, is the chief investigator of the longest-running study on development and relationships, which has followed people from their teens to old age for the past 75 years.
He said the findings show that it’s not money, fame or high achievement that makes people the happiest.
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