People with unhappy childhoods are more likely to exhibit a fear of happiness, multi-national study finds

https://www.psypost.org/2022/12/people-with-unhappy-childhoods-are-more-likely-to-exhibit-a-fear-of-happiness-multi-national-study-finds-64533

It is worth noting that happiness can be defined in different ways,” the researcher added. “People are far more likely to be averse to emotional definitions of happiness (based on pleasure, fun, and positive feelings) than virtue-based definitions (based on finding meaning in life and fulfillment).”

The study, “Predictors

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