This morning in the 10 a.m hour, Midmorning talks happy. Pure and simple. Here's the slug from the Midmorning page at mpr.org:
What makes you happy? Good relationships with family and friends? Security? Money? And how do you know when you're truly happy? Midmorning asks if our definition of happiness is changing, and looks at what a longitudinal study of Harvard students begun in 1937 tells us about leading a fulfilling life.
So tune in or listen live streaming and add your comments here. What makes you happy? How do you know when you will be happy? Are you good at predicting your happiness?
For me, I'm happy when I'm spending time with family and friends. That and when get enough sleep at night. Or when I'm wearing my favorite shoes. How about you?
This is an open discussion, so you're welcome to link to your related Gather articles or other online resources. Your comments & articles may be quoted on http://minnesota.publicradio.org/your_voice/ or on mpr.org.
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