10 Mar Can you change your happiness for good?
Once happy, always happy? Once grumpy, always grumpy? Maybe not, according to a new review of happiness research.
The review focuses on the “happiness set point” theory, which suggests that people have a happiness set point, a natural level of happiness they gravitate to, despite temporary rises and falls in happiness.
But your happiness set point may not be carved in stone, suggests Michigan State University professor Richard Lucas, PhD.
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