Learn the Secrets of Happiness at the Conference in Melbourne

Learn the Secrets of Happiness at the Conference in Melbourne

Let the world become a better and happier place to live!

Hello, dear cleaning lovers! I am Joanna and I’m happy to be able to share with you some of the latest news on Melbourne’s top events this summer. Special thanks to Margaret, for letting me reach you again through her wonderful blog.

This year, Melbourne will be hosting an amazing conference on Happiness and Its Causes for the first time. Complex topics like love, psychology, resilience and sandness will be discussed and traversed by renown professors and researchers.

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  • prof. Ed Diener is one of the world’s leading researchers in the subjects related to happiness.
  • Michael Leunig, a poet and artist who enjoys topics like philosophy and is an aspiring cartoonist
  • Dr Helen Fisher is a renowned anthropologist who develops in the sphere of romantic love and human emotions
  • Linda Lantieri is a specialist in emotional learning and resilience. She works with children who lost their parents in 9/11 and gives her best to help people overcome tragedy events.

The icing of the cake is going to be an emotionally and intellectually directed lection with Dalai Lama.

All of the specialists are going to share their thoughts, experiences and professional insights on human emotions. The topics which are going to be reflected on the conference cover an extremely wide range of subtopics about emotional and mental health. The questions will definitely be a lot, but I’m sure most of them will be answered through the conference.

My personal experience shows that the emotional state of a human being in not only related to the environment in which he is being raised and is growing, but it has a way bigger complexity. Each human has his own perception of the world. Some people crack and “explode” over simple daily tasks, family problems and domestic chores like cleaning, cooking and gardening, and there is definitely a lot this conference could help with.

So what do you think about the upcoming conference in Melbourne and what are your expectations about this event?

Share your experience and let me know if you are going to attend. I’ll be more than happy to see what you think and have to say!

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