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    But seriously, though, what does it mean to be happy? Bestselling author Andrew Matthews, however, believes that happiness is a state of being — a conscious choice people have to make daily until it becomes a way of life. Happiness is the foundation for having a life that works. His books, Happiness Now, Follow Your Heart, Making Friends, and Being A Happy Teenager have sold over seven million copies in 42 languages in 60 countries; Matthews was in town to promote his 10th book, How Life Works, and took time off his busy schedule — he was also slated to address several multi-national corporations during his visit — to talk about his inspirations, work, and being happy in general. Yes, but how did they get happy before their successes? Happy people look for things to be thankful for. Does that mean you wake up in the morning and think about what are the things to be thankful for? Some do. Others understand that life is all about what we look for.

    The group of lottery winners reported being similarly happy before and after the event, and expected to have a similar level of happiness in a couple of years. These findings show that having a large monetary gain had no effect on their baseline level of happiness, for both present and expected happiness in the future.

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    They found that the paraplegics reported having a higher level of happiness in the past than the rest due to a nostalgia effect , a lower level of happiness at the time of the study than the rest although still above the middle point of the scale, that is, they reported being more happy than unhappy and, surprisingly, they also expected to have similar levels of happiness than the rest in a couple of years. One must note that the paraplegics did have an initial decrease in life happiness, but the key to their findings is that they expected to eventually return to their baseline in time.

    Other research suggests that resilience to suffering is partly due to a decreased fear response in the amygdala and increased levels of BDNF in the brain.

    New genetic research have found that changing a gene could increase intelligence and resilience to depressing and traumatizing events.

    Happiness Now - Andrew Matthews

    Recent research reveals certain types of brain training can increase brain size. The hippocampus volume can affect mood, hedonic setpoints, some forms of memory. A smaller hippocampus has been linked to depression and dysthymia.

    London taxi drivers' hippocampi grow on the job, and the drivers have a better memory than those who didn't become taxi drivers. Lucas, Clark, Georgellis, and Diener researched changes in baseline level of well-being due to marital status, birth of first child, and layoff.

    While they found that a negative life event can have a greater impact on a person's psychological state and happiness set point than a positive event, they concluded that people completely adapt, finally returning to their baseline level of well-being, after divorce, losing a spouse, the birth of a child, and for women losing their job. They did not find a return to baseline for marriage or for layoffs in men. This study also illustrated that the amount of adaptation depends on the individual.

    They researched how being in jail affects one's level of happiness both short term while in prison and long term after being released. They found that being in prison has negative effects on one's baseline well-being; in other words one's baseline of happiness is lower in prison than when not in prison.

    Once people were released from prison, they were able to bounce back to their previous level of happiness. Silver found that accident victims were able to return to a happiness set point after a period of time. For eight weeks, Silver followed accident victims who had sustained severe spinal cord injuries. About a week after their accident, Silver observed that the victims were experiencing much stronger negative emotions than positive ones.

    By the eighth and final week, the victims' positive emotions outweighed their negative ones. The results of this study suggest that regardless of whether the life event is significantly negative or positive, people will almost always return to their happiness baseline.

    They asked a panel of 3, German residents to rate their current and overall satisfaction with life on a scale of , once a year for seventeen years. They also found that those with a higher mean level of life satisfaction had more stable levels of life satisfaction than those with lower levels of satisfaction.

    Determining when someone is mentally distant from their happiness set point and what events trigger those changes can be extremely helpful in treating conditions such as depression.

    When a change occurs, clinical psychologists work with patients to recover from the depressive spell and return to their hedonic set point more quickly. Because acts of kindness often promote long-term well-being, one treatment method is to provide patients with different altruistic activities that can help a person raise his or her hedonic set point.

    Resilience is a "class of phenomena characterized by patterns of positive adaptation in the context of significant adversity or risk," meaning that resilience is largely the ability for one to remain at their hedonic setpoint while going through negative experiences.

    Psychologists have identified various factors that contribute to a person being resilient, such as positive attachment relationships see Attachment Theory , positive self-perceptions, self-regulatory skills see Emotional self-regulation , ties to prosocial organizations see prosocial behavior , and a positive outlook on life.

    Their findings suggest that drug usage and addiction lead to neurochemical adaptations whereby a person needs more of that substance to feel the same levels of pleasure. Thus, drug abuse can have lasting impacts on one's hedonic set point, both in terms of overall happiness and with regard to pleasure felt from drug usage.

    Sosis has argued the "hedonic treadmill" interpretation of twin studies depends on dubious assumptions. Pairs of identical twins raised apart aren't necessarily raised in substantially different environments. The similarities between twins such as intelligence or beauty may invoke similar reactions from the environment.

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    Thus, we might see a notable similarity in happiness levels between twins even though there aren't happiness genes governing affect levels. Please try again later. Kindle Edition Verified download. This is an easy to read book, it makes a lot of sense.

    The author's other book Being Happy is a better book. One person found this helpful. You can't go wrong with this book. Full of simple wisdom, it takes the mystery out of living a life that you want. It was okay. Love to use as a daily motivation guide. I have referred to those books for over 20 years and I am a big advocate, But this was just a broad stroke of just some of the good advice his previous books contained.

    This was a great book! You can pick it up at any time and just read a couple pages for inspiration. It's just as funny as it is thought provoking. This book is easy to read, makes you think and helped me understand why we often think like we do and best of all, how to alter the way we think when it results in negative feelings. I have reread this over and over again, not always from beginning to end, it's great to be able to read what is relevant to how I'm thinking or feeling at any one time.

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