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Mental Health and Wellness | Ask Dr. Forrest - Part 5

Category: Mental Health and Wellness

One recent study of money and happiness used data from the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index, which surveyed 450,000 Americans about their household income, emotional state during the prior day, and overall feelings about their life and well-being. After analyzing the answers, they found that money did indeed buy happiness up to a point. As salary increased, so did […]