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The pursuit of Happiness

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Emilie Nicholl

on 24 May 2014

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The Pursuit of Happiness Adds -> Services Our Values Yesteryear Modern Day Non-materialistic Materialistic Perfect Body Expensive Objects Money $ Commercial Adds -> Products Happiness in the Media Items Products Services that you can PURCHASE $ $ $ $ $ $ What is important to us . . . Without the product, we will not be happy. Happiness can be bought Messages the Media sends . . . Messages & Effects However, studies show . . . --> possession Magazines Plastic surgery Perfection will bring you happiness How to become
happier Gossip Happy Everyone should be thin Look like celebrities/models Customize ourselves Tips to improve sex appeal -> bring us a partner-> happiness Gossip that trash talks celebrities -> make our lives seem better than others'
-> happiness Books Movies And they all lived
Happily Ever After . . . Can $ = Happiness? In many cases, Yes! 2012 Happy Planet Index (HPI organization) #1. Costa Rica
#2. Vietnam
#3. Columbia #65. Canada
#105. USA Dating sites So what is Happiness REALLY? Happiness = Overall SATISFACTION with yourself, your accomplishments, and life in general. If you overlook all materialistic things and social pressures . . .
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