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75-Year Long Harvard Study Reveals
The Key to Life-Long Satisfaction, Happiness, and Health.

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One Key to Living a Fulfilled Life You Can Start Today!

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What Creates A Happy Life?

We all want to focus more on what matters in life. But as the world draws us in so many different directions at once, it’s hard to separate what’s important from what overwhelms us.

This is where research can help us.

It’s time to turn to the science of what creates a happy life – studies based on what create, at a personal and emotional level, a life that feels fulfilled and purposeful.

The Psychology of Feeling Good.

What researchers at Harvard University discovered over the last 75 years (yes, 75 years – in one of the longest active studies ever) is nothing short of incredible: One factor, above everything else, can indicate lifelong levels of happiness and fulfillment.

Two combined studies, the Grant Study—of 268 Harvard grads from the classes of 1939 to 1944 – and the Glueck Study – a study group of 456 men who grew up poor, in the inner-city of Boston, surveyed life-long happiness from 1939 to 2014.

This means the Grant and Gluck studies followed subjects well into their 80s and 90s. These studies allow researchers to predict the psychosocial and biological variables that allow for better health, happiness, and well-being later in life!

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The Good Life

Researchers are currently analyzing the data from this 75-year study look into how the way we act, interact, take care of ourselves and more impact health and wellbeing later in life.

Data analysis will take years, but currently, researchers are clear about one key factor that leads to “The Good Life:”

Good relationships.

Robert Waldinger, director of the Harvard Study of Adult Development—the combined name of this data set—indicated in 2017 that nothing keeps you happier or healthier than good relationships throughout life.

Love Others, Love Yourself.

Beyond money, retirement, your career, the home you live in, where you’ve been or what you’ve accomplished—Waldinger and his associate researchers are clear about the outcome of the 75-year study of Adult Development:

You need love to live a fulfilled life.

Their conclusions are rooted in the way your nervous system responds to social interaction, friendship, and love—allowing your brain to stay healthier longer and keeping emotional pain and physical pain limited.

In fact, data collected indicated that regardless of social status or wealth, people who feel lonely and lack love in their lives are less healthy and die younger.

According to Waldinger, “the quality of your close relationships” are what matters, “it's not just the number of friends you have, and it's not whether or not you're in a committed relationship."

George Vaillant, a Harvard psychiatrist responsible for the data in this very same study from 1972 to 2004, concluded that there are two clear lessons from the study. He said, "One is love. The other is finding a way of coping with life that does not push love away."

How Do You Begin to
Bring More Love into Your Life?

If love for yourself and others is the one way to live a happier and healthier life that feels fulfilled, we need to ask ourselves first: How do we learn to love more?

Many recent studies have linked the ability to love to happiness and self-confidence. Feeling good about yourself first is where love starts.

And you need to be “right” with yourself—or feel developed as a confident, strong, and brave individual (according to researchers)—in order to let love into your life.

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Start by Loving Yourself.

What this means is that the best way to start embracing love is to learn to love yourself.

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Chrissi continues, “no matter how old you are, your body has the ability to activate and bounce back with more energy, beauty, and vibrance.”

“The key to loving yourself,” she says, “comes from activating a version of you that you feel good about.”

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