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Sonja Lyubomirsky

One of the world's top experts on the science of happiness discusses what happiness is, why it matters, and gives research-tested strategies for boosting happiness in everyday life. More about Sonja Lyubomirsky.

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What Determines Happiness?

July 2010 | TRT 4:35

Sonja Lyubomirsky sheds light on how much of our happiness is determined by our genes, and how much is within our power to control.

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All your research is correct and I agree with the fact
that there are a lot of activities that are common in
most of the happy people. I would like to add that
happiness is a state of mind and that can be achieved
by searching inside yourself. A mistake that most of us
do is trying to look for it out side of ourselves.

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Hi,
Thanks for this great video. The subject is absolutely passionnating and the explications are enlightening! This is something to share. Thanks again Sonja!

Dauphin | 4:42 am, February 11, 2011 | Link

 

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