No, money is not a single factor.
For most, life is one big search for happiness. But is happiness really feasible or a matter of ‘chasing rainbows’? Harvard psychologist Robert says yes. And according to him, this is the secret to true happiness.
During his research, which lasted no less than 75 years, around 700 people were examined for their quality of life, social activities and working atmosphere. They were interviewed every two years and their health measured every five years. The big conclusion: good relationships keep us happier and healthier.
So bad news for the singles among us, because it is the relationships that make us the most joyful. The following points are particularly important:
The people who have a closer relationship with their friends, family and environment in the survey would be healthier and happier than their less social fellow human beings. They also lived longer, in contrast to the lonely people. Moreover, loneliness has a bad influence on a person’s mental functioning, night’s sleep and general well-being.