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Research How to keep yourself happy?
For many years, scientists, especially psychologists, have been researching human happiness, the benefits of happiness, and how man can keep himself happy.
One of the most influential is Lori Santos, a professor of psychology and psychology at Yale University in the United States. That said, science has proven that man’s own effort is necessary to live happily.
“It’s not an easy thing for a human being to do to keep himself happy, but it’s not too expensive if given the time,” she told the BBC World Service.
She knows this, because she teaches psychology and the good life. Yale University has accepted this lesson extensively in its 5-year history.
She has eight students and has broken the university admission record.
Her teachings are based on the principles of positive psychology.
It is a branch of psychology that studies happiness and changing habits.
But how can you apply all these principles in your daily life?
Staying happy is not easy, says Santos, because it requires practice.
“It’s just like the singers and actors who are constantly rehearsing and practicing to make their work better and more successful.”
Twice a week he teaches his students how to live happily.
If you can’t go to Yale, but want to stay happy, what will you do?
Professor Santos has five points for such people.
Make a list of thanks and kindness
Every night for up to a week Mrs. Santos recommends writing to her students the things they are grateful for.
This is a list of thanks and kindness.
“It’s seemingly simple, but we see that any student who practices it will be happy,” he said.
Succeeding at this easy exercise is hard, Santos says.
One week in it is eight hours of sleep a night.
It may seem strange, she says, but we know that more and better sleep reduces the risk of deep depression and creates better behavior in humans.