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KAY REDFIELD JAMISON: Mania is a third cousin of extreme exuberance, and I've always been very interested in manic states.
Exuberance, though, is not simply joy or happiness .
But exuberance exists in many people as a temperament--their underlying approach to life, how they interact with life.
Exuberance is a temperament--as if you're applying a different kind of a wiring to your general responses to the world.