''The Ten Good Old Pals'' Key to Happiness in Life

by Hannah Punitha on  October 26, 2008 at 3:17 PM Lifestyle News
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''The Ten Good Old Pals'' Key to Happiness in Life
A new study conducted by University of Nottingham researchers suggests that happiness depends upon the number of old friends one has.

The researchers have found that people with at least 10 good pals are likely to be happier than those with fewer than five.

''Having a number of old, close friendship is related to individual happiness,'' British tabloid The Sun quoted Dr. Richard Tunney of the University of Nottingham as saying.

''People who were 'extremely satisfied' with life had twice as many friends as people 'extremely dissatisfied','' he added.

Source: ANI
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I totally agree with this article, there is nothing like old friendships, eventually in life it is your friends who stand by one.

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