A lesson learned from tragedy

People who have gone through painful events, such as divorce or serious illness, are more likely to enjoy the small pleasures in life, according to University of British Columbia psychologist Alyssa Croft. We read about her study of 15,000 French adults in the March/April 2014 issue of Pacific Standard.

The study suggests “we’re more likely to stop and smell the roses once we’ve already felt the prick of a thorn.”

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