Feb 5, 2015-- "On some abstract level, we know that money and other outward signs of success won't ultimately make us happy -- perhaps because we know wealthy or famous or powerful people who are deeply unhappy -- but on another level, we don't really believe it ... or at least we don't believe it applies to us. Why do we experience such a disconnect between what we know to be true in the abstract and what we believe is true for us?" Christine Carter thinks a big part of the answer lies in our flawed pursuit of happiness. This article shares more... (32925 reads)
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