By Дэвид Нивен
Научные исследования и статистика во многих областях науки часто недоступны обычным людям. Социолог и Физиолог Дэвид Нивен обобщил более тысячи социологических и других исследований различных ученых о том, что делает человека счастливым и изложил эту информацию в понятной и простой форме. Каждый из сотни способов как стать более счастливым описан с примером и научным объяснением.
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Didn't own a car, wouldn't own a car, wouldn't take a cab or a bus. Why? He said he got along just fine without them when he was younger, so why should he bother with them now? This belief provided him momentary comfort. He did not have to adapt, to face a change that he feared. However, he also shut himself off from everything that was not within a few miles of his house. The world might as well not have existed for him, as he could not directly experience anything outside of his hometown. Principles are valuable and should be cherished, but there is a difference between principle and stubborn practice.
For example, if they aren't certain why another person is being nice, they assume that the person must have a hidden selfish agenda. Happy people take that same situation and guess the positive possibility, that is, that the person really is nice. © © © Henry is a seventy-year-old man who always had a good word for his neighbors. He lived modestly in Arkansas in a small home with only a wood stove for heat. Over the years, Henry watched his home deteriorate steadily. But he was too old and had too little money to fix it up.
39 The 100 Simple Secrets of Happy People Studies of thousands of parents found that there were negatives associated with being very protective, including increased time spent worrying and a generally higher level of stress. In sum, being more protective does not offer people more life satisfaction or contentment. Voydanoff and Donnelly 1998 40 22 Pay attention. You may have what you want. We often forget to sit down and think about where we started and where we are now. The human tendency is to always want more.
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