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HOW TO BE LIKED BY YOUR PEERS


ScienceDaily (Apr. 16, 2010) — People who pursue happiness through material possessions are liked less by their peers than people who pursue happiness through life experiences, according to a new study...The "take home" message in his most recent study, which appears in this month’s edition of the Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, is that not only will investing in material possessions make us less happy than investing in life experiences, but that it often makes us less popular among our peers as well.


(University of Colorado at Boulder psychology Professor Leaf Van Boven. From a sermon by Mark Jones, What Does It Profit?, 8/21/2011)

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