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A Joosr Guide to… The Happiness Hypothesis by Jonathan Haidt

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Happiness is an elusive emotion in the hectic and stressful twenty-first century. We are often given advice on how to attain it, yet many of us still remain unsatisfied and in search of a different solution. But first, we need to understand our mind, in order to truly understand what works-and what doesn't.

The Happiness Hypothesis attempts to explain human behavior, because it is only with this knowledge that we can begin to make real change in how our lives. Discover why we lack control over our emotions, and learn ways to take back that control, in order to steer yourself onto the path toward happiness.

You will learn:

·The secret to self-development

·That you might have been born with a predisposition to unhappiness

·Why you should think before you judge

·That what doesn't kill you can indeed make you stronger.
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