Stumbling on Happiness by Daniel Gilbert
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What does it mean to be truly happy? How can we predict what will bring us joy in the future? In "Stumbling on Happiness", Harvard psychologist Daniel Gilbert takes readers on a thought-provoking journey to answer these questions and unravel the mysteries of human happiness.
With his trademark blend of wit and insight, Gilbert explores why our minds misjudge what will make us happy and how our perceptions of the future are often flawed. He delves into the human capacity to imagine the future and our perennially misguided attempts to predict it, demonstrating how and why we frequently misestimate our emotional reactions to future events.
This is not a self-help book promising the key to happiness, but rather a scientific exploration of the quirks of the human mind. Gilbert combines psychology, neuroscience, and philosophy to explain why we seem to be such poor predictors of our own bliss.
"Stumbling on Happiness" challenges the conventional wisdom about what makes us happy. It is a fascinating and often hilarious journey that could change the way you think about joy and guide you towards a better understanding of your own happiness.
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