The diamond is the most sought after gem and has been linked to success, happiness and a wide range of other attributes.
However, it has also been linked with a host of problems.
A study in the Journal of Experimental Economics last year found that people with high blood levels of the mineral had lower economic outcomes than people who had low blood levels.
Now, researchers from the University of Oxford have looked at the relationship between blood diamond prices and the level of happiness a person experiences.
They found that those with the highest blood diamond price had significantly higher levels of happiness than those with a low blood price.
It seems that a good quality diamond is more desirable than a low quality one.
This raises the possibility that a diamond can be a valuable asset that can provide happiness for some people.
In a study of people who have experienced significant life change since leaving their home country, researchers found that happiness was linked to the diamond price.
The researchers, led by Professor Tom Noyes, found that having a diamond was more associated with happiness in those who had experienced significant changes in their lives, such as moving from rural areas to urban areas, becoming a self-employed worker, or having a family member or partner die.
The team also found that diamond prices had a strong impact on individuals’ perceptions of happiness.
Their results also suggest that diamonds are valuable in certain circumstances.
“We have found that the price of a diamond is associated with more favourable outcomes in those with high levels of psychological distress,” said Professor Noyles.
“This suggests that a high level of distress can be seen as a negative marker for a diamond’s worth.”
The researchers concluded that the relationship could be partly explained by the fact that diamonds were found in “more common locations” in the past.
“The most important finding of our study is that diamonds can be used as a surrogate marker for positive and negative emotional outcomes.
This suggests that there is a link between the happiness of people and their experiences of negative events,” said Prof Noyels.
It’s the diamond that could give you a new lease of life