The cliché, Money does not buy happiness, has been debunked long ago, some still hope that maybe just money buys happiness. It is understandable that some keep on hoping that money will buy happiness. Those who have money are written about, discussing and glowing in the media. However, if the veil of the public has fallen back, we often find unhappy people. There are some things that come to mind – billionaire, Christina Onasis. Paris Hilton, Britney Spears and Lindsey Lohan Millions do not keep them happy – they regularly use alcohol and potential drugs for self-help.
The hope that money buys happiness is more valuable than you could suspect. It is so common that Deakin University completed education in 2007 to prove or disprove-again-whether money buys happiness.
Deakin conducted the study in Australia's most wealthy city of Sydney. Even the poorest in the country are happy with their lives than in Sydney. The happiest Aussies live mostly outside the big cities. Of those outside the cities, the happier neighborhood is characterized by a lower population, more than 55 years old, more women, more couples and less income imbalances.
This study concludes that happiness is not dependent on people but rather what people think they have. Abraham Lincoln said: "Most are as happy as they make up their minds to be." Lincoln came to the conclusion that the secret to happiness has a lot to do by being grateful, practicing random kindness, forgetting enemies and reporting little pleasure in life.
Previous studies added interesting comments that today's higher imports, better food, more products, annual holidays, larger homes, and quick fixes, and & # 39; Health, well-to-Americans are not happier, but the 1950s father knows the best times.
Psychosomatic Medicine recently published a Carnegie Mellon University study linking health to happiness, explaining that happy people live and calm a deal of fewer or milder colds.