Pursuit of Happiness: We’re Not Trying Too Hard—We’re Just Not Trying the Right Things

From California Magazine | October 22, 2015

Obsessing about happiness often makes people more melancholy and lonely—and could even increase the risk of depression and bipolar disorder. In fact, several studies suggest that wanting to be happy may be counterproductive for the health of Americans. But does the same paradox exist elsewhere?

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