Drawing on cutting-edge scientific research, director of the Positive Psychology Network and best-selling author Martin Seligman reveals that happiness is not dependent on genes or good luck; rather, happiness can be cultivated by identifying and strengthening positive traits such as kindness, optimism, generosity, and humor. In The Search for Well-Being, Seligman explains how listeners can develop natural buffers against misfortunes and negative emotions in life-and achieve genuine happiness.
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