Was I happy then? Our current feelings can interfere with memories of past well-being

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Many of us spend our lives chasing “happiness,” a state of contentment that is more difficult for some to achieve than others. Research published in Psychological Science suggests that one reason happiness can seem so elusive is that our current feelings can interfere with memories of our past well-being.

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