Happiness cntd.

  • Happy people are more likely to evidence greater self-control and self-regulatory and coping abilities, to have a bolstered immune system, and even to live a longer life .  
  • Also, happy people are not just self-centered or selfish; the literature suggests that happy individuals instead tend to be relatively more cooperative, prosocial, charitable, and “other-centered”. 
  • In summary, happy individuals appear more likely to be flourishing people, both inwardly and outwardly.  

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