In their 2012 book, “The Longevity Project: Surprising Discoveries for Health and Long Life from the Landmark Eight-Decade Study,” co-authors Howard S. Friedman and Leslie R. Martin identified character strengths that contribute to longevity.
• Working hard is one of them.
• Not giving up is one of them.
• Being happy as well as optimistic are two others, although that doesn’t mean being blindly happy all the time.
• A conscientious attitude goes a long way. You’re planning your life, striving for balance. And very interestingly, being conscientious even as a child is one of the best predictors of how long you’ll live.
• Being part of a family and having friends—and staying connected with them—can boost your longevity by 50 percent. That’s one of the upsides of keeping in touch with friends through Facebook.
• And along those same lines, being friendly. Reaching out to people and taking an interest. Turns out that extroverts also extend their lives.
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