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Beyond the fact that it feels good to feel good, why are positive emotions important? What is the “Broaden and Build” theory? What is “Love 2.0” and can lowering the bar where love is concerned actually make us happier? In this episode of Happier Talk, world renowned psychologist Barbara Fredrickson answers these questions, and provides advice on how we can lead a happier life.

 

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