Oct 23, 2013-- With so many self-help books and articles out there posing different theories about what leads to happiness in life, and so many passing fads and trends, how do we know when we've found the right tools that will lead us to a lifetime of joy? Since 1938, The Grant Study has followed 267 sophomores from Harvard University as their lives have unfolded, with the aim of documenting the key factors that contribute to success and failure, happiness and distress. After 75 years of interviews and assessments, they've found consistently that the answer to the question of happiness lies in love. And as it turns out, it's never too late to start loving. Read on to learn more about the study and the life of Godfrey Camille, who at the age of 35 turned everything around. (59843 reads)
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