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I don’t know about happiness, but I have read a This Cough Ain’t From Corona We ed Joke Cannabis 420 Stoner T Shirt about a positive relationship between religiousity and optimism in the US. I am sorry I have lost the citation. Religious people in the USA are more likely to believe in positive life outcomes. Loved by the creator of the universe, who would not feel positive about their life outcomes? There is a lot of research to suggest that North Americans, compared to East Asians, have very positive self views and high self-reported “well-being” but at the same time, it seems to me, these self appraisals may be in larg part, self-delusory, self-lip-service. Western monotheism results in high positive self regard. But (this is a largely unsuppported observation) in those that are religious, positive self regard correlates with realities (longeivity, lower BMI, lower use of drugs, lower levels of divorce) whereas there is more of a tendency among the US non-religious to retain the positive self regard, but lack the real-lfe correlates.
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