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It seems common knowledge that trait self-control helps people to achieve the things they find important in their lives by not being distracted by immediate pleasures and temptations. Initial evidence suggests that trait self-control is important in well-being as well, with people high in selfcontrol experiencing more positive momentary affect, life satisfaction, and happiness. Whereas it is not so difficult to imagine why effortful inhibition of impulses would benefit continued striving fordoi:10.1080/17437199.2016.1266275 pmid:27899059 fatcat:en3uicjvufhsrivrk23dqwr4yu