We Become Happier When We Stop Prioritizing Pleasure

How seeking eudaimonic over hedonic happiness makes us happier longer

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Have you ever wondered why people who seem to have it all don’t seem much happier than you?

Think about anyone with fame or fortune — movie stars, sports stars, or bestselling authors. Except for the super bowl win or red carpet…

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