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The good news about good news: study finds happiness multiplies when we share glad tidings
by Misty Harris
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25 October 2012
On 25 October 2012 Postmedia News reported:
Researchers find that sharing good news amplifies its positive benefits, above and beyond the pleasure that comes from reliving the event and the social interaction itself. The boost is so powerful, in fact, that individuals who impart uplifting news to another person at least twice a week report greater life satisfaction than those who simply journal their good news with the same frequency. The findings of the Journal of Social and Personal Relationships paper bear out across five studies, which ultimately show a cause-and-effect relationship between sharing positive news and increased happiness.
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