Wealth, success and fame may seem attractive, but strong, supportive relationships are the keys to a happy and healthy life. Robert Waldinger, the current director of a 75-year Harvard Study of Adult Development, provides evidence to support this conventional wisdom and shares three revelations about true happiness. If affluence and fame are your main drivers, getAbstract suggests this talk may point you in a new direction.
In this summary, you will learn
- What findings Harvard University’s Study of Adult Development discovered,
- How the researchers conducted the study and
- What three important lessons about lifelong happiness the study revealed.
About the Speaker
Robert Waldinger is a clinical professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and the director of the Harvard Study of Adult Development.
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1 year agoThis talk should remind us how precious our relationships are. Interesting study.
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