Happiest and most miserable states
Residents of Hawaii are the happiest and healthiest in the nation, according to an annual national survey. But which state’s residents are the most miserable?
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Too echo L H, happy or unhappy is a state of mind, not a state of residence.
Thats funny Im from Kentucky myself the second most miserable, and all the miserable states are in the south sounds bias. Im quite content, love my family, love my life. Perhaps these people doing this survey are confuseing material things and physical image with happiness. I am out of shape, not to bad for 41 I guess, however Im college educated earn a good salary, and I have plenty maybee they should take a second look at Detroit people are leaving like theres no tommarow.
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