I was listening to NPR yesterday on the way to work when an interview with Harvard psychologist Dan Gilbert came on.
Dr Gilbert discussed how we get much happier as we age; I have read this before.
Now one thing any good psychologist will tell you is people do not like to change when they are comfortable.
So keeping happiness as your reference viewpoint, I encourage you to read this and think about it a little bit... And you can just imagine what the numbers look like for Medicare.
Do you think people who need to change this will want to change when they are currently happy and getting happier?
Yet are they riding a dead horse and simply do not know it?
I really do have to agree with books like this.
Happiness: zero-sum? ;-)
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