Дэвид Нивен's 100 простых секретов счастливых людей PDF

By Дэвид Нивен

ISBN-10: 0062516507

ISBN-13: 9780062516503

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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One area they studied was reaction to sad events like funerals. One subject, Bill, lost a close family member recently. Some of Bill's friends sent sympathy cards, some sent flowers, some sent notes, some told him they were there for him. And some did nothing. Why did some of his friends not say anything? Perhaps they thought that telling others we care means being vulnerable. For these people, relationships may be more of a competition than a celebration, and competitions are premised on strength, power, and position.

To acknowledge that, faults and all, they are complete people, good people. Kathleen, a member of a group that spreads the acceptance philosophy, explains that she used to feel like she was in a trap she could not get out of. She would try to correct herself and change herself, and the failure to change was actually worse than the original problem itself. She felt like a "maniac" because of the pressures to change and the weight of failure. Now Kathleen counsels accepting yourself, which does not mean ignoring your faults or never trying to improve.

He was by no means a failure—he was the opposite of failure— but in comparison with his immense and unreachable goals, he could not enjoy his success. © © © The congruence of people's goals with their resources strongly correlates with happiness. In other words, the more realistic and attainable people's goals are, the more likely they are to feel good about themselves. People who conclude their goals are out of reach are less than one-tenth as likely to consider themselves satisfied with life.

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