Your Mood Influences a Lot the Type of Companionship You Seek

A new study from Harvard University finds that people in a good mood, when feeling happy, seek out for the company of strangers while sad people seek out the company of friends.Your Mood Influences a Lot the Type of Companionship You Seek

For the study, a team of researchers kept tabs on more than 30,000 people who were mostly from France for a month. Throughout the day, the researchers checked in on the participants or used an app to check in on them with the help of text messages.

The scientists write in their paper: “Social relationships are viewed as essential to happiness, and happiness is thought to foster social relationships. However, empirical support for this widely held view is surprisingly mixed, and this view does little to clarify which social partner a person will be motivated to interact with when happy.”

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Your Mood Influences a Lot the Type of Companionship You Seek

A new study from Harvard University finds that people in a good mood, when feeling happy, seek out for the company of strangers while sad people seek out the company of friends.

For the study, a team of researchers kept tabs on more than 30,000 people who were mostly from France for a month. Throughout the day, the researchers checked in on the participants or used an app to check in on them with the help of text messages.

The scientists write in their paper: “Social relationships are viewed as essential to happiness, and happiness is thought to foster social relationships. However, empirical support for this widely held view is surprisingly mixed, and this view does little to clarify which social partner a person will be motivated to interact with when happy.”

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Your Mood Influences a Lot the Type of Companionship You Seek

A new study from Harvard University finds that people in a good mood, when feeling happy, seek out for the company of strangers while sad people seek out the company of friends.

For the study, a team of researchers kept tabs on more than 30,000 people who were mostly from France for a month. Throughout the day, the researchers checked in on the participants or used an app to check in on them with the help of text messages.

The scientists write in their paper: “Social relationships are viewed as essential to happiness, and happiness is thought to foster social relationships. However, empirical support for this widely held view is surprisingly mixed, and this view does little to clarify which social partner a person will be motivated to interact with when happy.”

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