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Does Kindness Really Make You Happier?

We all want to be happy, right? Unfortunately it’s not always easy to achieve! Many popular psychology articles and self-help books advise us to engage in random acts of kindness. The advice is from positive psychology studies which suggest that putting others ahead of yourself is the key to happiness. But are they right? Kindness […] The post Does Kindness Really Make You Happier? appeared first on Brain Sponge Blog.
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