Wellbeing Enhanced More by Places Than Objects, Study Finds

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From The Guardian: New research suggests that people are more likely to experience feelings of wellbeing, contentment, and belonging from places that evoke positive memories than from treasured objects such as photographs or wedding rings. The study found that places that are meaningful to someone can evoke a sense of calm, space to think, and a feeling of completeness.

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