talkdeeplybehappyresponse

talkdeeplybehappyresponse - Shweta Patro Due 4/29/10 Mrs....

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Shweta Patro Due 4/29/10 Mrs. Morelli Response to Talk Deeply, Be Happy This article introduced a study which showed that people who have a higher amount of substantive conversations per day were happier. In addition, the study demonstrated that less inconsequential discussion was more common in those who were happier. The study connects happiness with a common daily behavior and provides a clue as to how a truly happy person would live their life. Obviously, this research and its implications are significant. However, the phenomenon observed could be attributed to an opposite cause and effect. It might be that happier people are more open and able to bond with others. Therefore, they tend to have deeper conversations in the process of that bonding. It is difficult to tell whether happiness or the mindset associated with it comes first. Small talk, in my experience, has often been a prerequisite to deeper conversations. Often, people test each other’s experience with small talk. If the other participant in the
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