Smiling Is Contagious - Infect Others
A Smile Makes Everyone Happy
Do you believe that smiling increases happiness both in yourself and those around you?
When someone you don't know smiles at you, and you smile back... you feel good! The pleasant disposition you received improved your mood. Finding it easy and comfortable giving back the gesture (whether you know the person or not) makes you a healthy infection.
The overall effect tells you that you're feeling happy on the inside. It's simple and, in most cases, totally spontaneous enough to brighten up everyone's mood. Smiling can even affect the way one person is received by another over the phone. That's how magical a smile can make you attractive.
The Pleasantly Contagious Smile
A smiling person is a joy to others. Imagine yourself in a room full of smiling people and you will find yourself smiling... Grinning is contagious. When you smile, it causes others to smile too. There seems like a power that when you see others grinning it creates you want to smile as well.
Smiling Makes You More Attractive
When you smile, it lights up your face and it makes you look STUNNING!
Even if you don't talk, your little smiles mean a positive communication. It is the essence of something beautiful within you. It is an expression of how you appreciate those around you. The most beautiful smile is one that comes out naturally. The normal feeling of cheerfulness radiating from within makes you look gracefully attractive inside and out.
People who naturally wear a good smile also feel good about themselves boosting up positive energy which in turn promotes self-confidence. There actually is no reason for you to hide those smiles. So give them away.
How to Make That Perfect Smile
Smile doesn't need rules and practice. So long as you do it, then there's the smile. Start by thinking beautiful... now smile.
Do it as wide enough so your side teeth will show. Don't worry, you always look good when you smile.
Some Thoughts About Smiling
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