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I've created a sentence:

It is proven that people are more happy when they can share their good moments with others, and that they easier overcome failures shared with others.

I suppose it doesn't look good, but I struggle to avoid the second "with others". Maybe:

It is proven that people are more happy when they can share their good moments with others, and that they easier overcome shared failures.

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I'd not worry about style until you fix the grammatical errors: "easier" should be "more easily." Moreover, your second sentence is ambiguous and will likely be interpreted to mean something quite different from the first sentence. "Shared failures" may mean failures that are disclosed to others, but it also, and far more frequently, means failures that you and others had in common.

Sharing experiences with others has been proven beneficial: it makes us even happier about good moments and lets us overcome failures more easily.

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