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  • Happiness hacking to get rid of holiday blues
  • Happiness hacking to get rid of holiday blues
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Happiness hacking to get rid of holiday blues

What’s so good about going on holiday, anyway? Although it’s fun at the time, every good experience inevitably ends, and so too will those elevated levels of fleeting happiness. But this doesn't need to be the case – social psychologists are suggesting better ways to consider experiences.

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