Stumbling on Happiness

Stumbling on Happiness

Authors: Daniel Todd Gilbert,

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Why do we forgive partners when they cheat but hold on to petty things like being messy? Why are blind people content with life but people who are losing their eyesight do everything in their capacity to retain it? Daniel Gilbert gives you the answers to these questions, so you can gain a clearer understanding of your own heart and mind.

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