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Social Giving and Happiness
Latest findings from sociologist Christian Smith and Hilary Davidson shows that people who volunteer in social causes are happier. The research conducted over 5 years show that giving of one’s time and money to social causes, creates neurochemical changes that increases pleasure chemistry in their brain. However, this practice must be sustained over a period of time in order for the feeling to have an effect. The findings can be found in the book, The Paradox of Generosity.