Why are kids unconditionally happy?
Do they know something we don't? Or do they not know something we do?
I don't think kids are unconditionally happy. I have eight of them. What is different between children and adults is that children are typically more forgiving than adults, and less likely to hold a grudge. They get over things a lot quicker than we do, and when they are happy and enjoyig life, they just enjoy the moment. They don't get hung up worrying about what will happen in an hour or next week they just enjoy the moment.
They have not yet learned the realities and hardships of life yet. Happiness is natural and comes easily to them.
Because they are pumped with unreaslistic expectations and pressures
they aren't. i was not a happy kid for most of my childhood i can honestly say. my kids are happy usually but i think all kids have good and bad days.
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