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Lessons of Happiness

Illustration by Esther Aarts for The New York Times

Happiness isn’t something that just happens to you. “Everyone has the power to make small changes in our behavior, our surroundings and our relationships that can help set us on course for a happier life.”

Several aspects – such as, how we deal with our mind, the place where we live, the relationships we have and the way we connect with people, how fulfilled we feel about our work, our views on money, how much free time we can find, how kind we are to others and to ourselves – have an impact on our happiness levels and the good news is that we can work on these aspects to boost our overall sense of well-being.

Click to read The New York Times Guide on How to Be Happy, by Tara Parker-Pope (founding editor of Well, an award-winning consumer health site with news and features to help readers live well every day, and also the author of “For Better: The Science of a Good Marriage”).

Source: The New York Times