“Why You Shouldn’t Want to Always Be Happy”


For The Conversation, psychologist Frank McAndrew pushes back against the tide of think-pieces and self-help books aimed at improving individuals’ happiness. “Recognizing that happiness exists – and that it’s a delightful visitor that never overstays its welcome – may help us appreciate it more when it arrives.”

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