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Men and women experience happiness in different ways. Here's why

Happiness affects us in different ways. Image: REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

Lowri Dowthwaite

Lecturer in Psychological Interventions, , University of Central Lancashire

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 Women tend to experience more negative emotions, such as more guilt, shame and to a lesser degree, embarrassment.
Women tend to experience more negative emotions, such as more guilt, shame and to a lesser degree, embarrassment. Image: Pexels

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