I used to think that happiness depended on the person - that everyone needed to figure out what makes them truly happy. I am (evidently) wrong, though, as researchers have drilled happiness down to three things:
- Having close relationships.
- The quality of those relationships.
- Stable, supportive marriages.
I'm actually skeptical about the whole idea of pinpointing happiness down to just a few simple concepts - no matter what your gender is.
So, beyond the static answers of "family and friends" what truly makes you happy? Share with me in the comments.