August 1, 2013
Meaning is Healthier Than Happiness

People who are happy but have little-to-no sense of meaning in their lives have the same gene expression patterns as people who are enduring chronic adversity.
Read more. [Image: priyaswtc/Flickr]

Meaning is Healthier Than Happiness

People who are happy but have little-to-no sense of meaning in their lives have the same gene expression patterns as people who are enduring chronic adversity.

Read more. [Image: priyaswtc/Flickr]

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    Interesting. I, for one, thrive on being productive and feeling useful.
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