Is Having Money the Secret to Happiness?

Meeting women and having a social life are important factors to being happy.
Falling in love is usually rated as the strongest source of positive emotion. People report euphoria, excitement, affection, contentment, laughing.
Research shows that the more sex someone has, the happier he or she is (for both men and women).
The stronger ties to friends someone has, the happier he or she is.
Research shows again and again that the most important factor in happiness is having good interpersonal relations, with friends, family, and lovers.

At times it can seem paradoxical, because many of us think we can hardly wait to get home and be alone with nothing to do!

But most guys think that having more money will make them happier. In fact, many put off meeting women and having a social life to further their careers.

But studies show people making $100, 000 dollars are no happier than those making $30, 000 dollars.
And studies show that guys making lots of money have no more sex or more sexual partners than guys living on a paycheck week to week, because they typically work longer hours, have less leisure time, and have more stress.

In fact, study after study shows that it’s the people who are alone with nothing to do who are typically the most unhappy.

Almost universally, whether extroverted or introverted, people feel happier when they’re with other people. BELONGING is a great source of pleasure – we want to feel part of a group, whether it be with a lover, a set of friends, or a family.

So being social and feeling content and happy go hand in hand.
But happy people not only have more social interactions, they’re also of a higher quality.
Quality in relationships is as important as quantity. Research shows that people want confidants, people in whom they can confide, more than just friends with whom they can”hang out.”People want intimacy.

It’s the deeper relationships that allow companionship and confiding that makes people happy.
To form a close relationship involves an increasing level of self-disclosure, and without it people will still be lonely even if they have many”contacts.”Studies have found that adults who had plenty of friends and spent a lot of time with them were still lonely because they talked about impersonal topics, such as sports and pop music, rather than about their real concerns.

All the scientific research, by a landslide, confirms that developing your social skills and your social relationships is the most promising path to happiness.
And that’s what Seduction Science is all about. You can use these skills, not just for getting women, but for having more friends, parties to go to, making someone laugh, sharing some good stories, getting more hugs, making a girl smile, and for having people respect and admire you.
You don’t need lots of money to do any of these things, just a new understanding of reality and a solid foundation in the school of social interaction.