How Can You Keep Happiness?

Seligman expresses the importance of relationships this way: “Very happy people differ markedly from both average and unhappy people in that they all lead a rich and fulfilling social life…”

I’ve noticed that my articulate friends are the most sociable, so I conclude that sociability is a foundation for happiness. They socialize with people and groups with disparate interests and discuss meaningful concepts in ways that they can be understood. But as Seligman points out, “[I]t could be that people who are happier to begin with are better liked, and they therefore have a rich social life and are more likely to marry…”

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