Scientists Identify Receiving is Better than Giving
Boston, MA – Scientists at Loyola Dell University are reporting what they call a breakthrough in the human brain. For centuries it has always been thought that the satisfaction in giving was better than receiving. A 12 month study of 153 men and women between the ages of 18 and 55 revealed that each felt happier and more satisfied receiving during the testing period then giving. According to the test, the same results were consistent with receiving material goods, sexual relations, and personal compliments.