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genetics are a huge contributor to happiness - how does knowing that effect us?

Psychology
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Basically, it looks like we are basically born set up for happiness or not.  

What implications are there for us knowing this?  What can we do to compensation if we are not born with a strong predisposition to be happy?  

Apr 11th, 2015

Even if we do not have strong predisposition to be happy, we can acknowledge that there is a range of happiness that we can each receive. Since there is no exact preset level of happiness, the goal and results of each of us does not really change. Even if one person has a large range that lies heavily in the higher levels and another has a small one that lies in the lower levels, their goals are the same in that both desire to be as happy as possible. The fact that genetics determine our levels of happiness may affect us, but genetics should not affect our actions to acheive them.

Apr 13th, 2015

Thank you!

Apr 14th, 2015

No problem!

Apr 14th, 2015

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