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As it turns out, our college years may not be the happiest time of our lives.A report by Friends Reunited, a British social networking site, found that 70 per cent of respondents aged over 40 were not truly happy until they had hit the age of 33.
6 per cent said they were happiest at university, while 16 per cent said they reached the peak of their happiness during their childhood years.
Donna Dawson, a psychologist, said: “The age of 30-three is enough time to have shaken off childhood naivety and the wild scheming of teen-aged years without losing the energy and enthusiasm of youth.”
Anxious twentysomethings, take note: You probably have a lot more to look forward to than you can imagine.
[via the New York Daily News]
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