There are innumerable products that promise to make individuals more attractive, healthier, more popular, and more successful. But worldly possessions are never enough for true happiness: there's more to it than having a great job, designer clothes, a busy social life, or a fat bank balance. This insightful guide unveils the eight factors that psychologists have discovered as foundations of real happiness, among them learning to forgive; investing time and energy in friends and family; and practicing acts of kindness. In an age of unprecedented wealth that is coupled with unprecedented unhappiness and even depression, this book is a timely wake-up call.
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