how to be happy?

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  1. tnvrstar profile image71
    tnvrstarposted 8 years ago

    how to be happy?

    secret of happiness

  2. Jennitasia profile image55
    Jennitasiaposted 8 years ago

    In this case; you have to ask yourself a few questions!
    1. Are you depressed due to a tragic situation?
    If so, then know that the issue will get better in time. It takes time to recover from a death, loss of relationship, or etc. Just remember to always think with your glass half full rather than half empty.

    2. Are you simply depressed all of the time without cause?
    If so, then you may have a chemical embalance within your brain causing the depression. A prescribed anti-depressant can help alter these chemicals in your brain to help promote a better quality of self health; such as happiness.

    3. Choices: you have a choice!
    Think posative thoughts, rather than negative ones.
    Be thankful for what you do have rather than what you don't have. Strive for  a total self worth of true joy; do this by telling yourself your worth it!

    You can achieve happiness with taking what you have and appreciating it. Never give up on your dreams, and never give up your goal: To Be Happy.

    Conclusion: How To Be Happy
    1. Thankfulness
    2. Posative attitude
    3. Enjoy the little things
    4. Find a healthy hobby
    5. Write every day about your thoughts for stress relief
    6. Never turn to drugs or alcohol!
    7. Forgive those who have hurt you!
    8. Forgive yourself!
    9. Time heals all wounds.
    10. Be patient!

  3. profile image0
    reeltaulkposted 8 years ago

    Who are you is the first question that I will ask?  Do you know who you are?  Do you know what you want out of this life that you are in?  Do you Love yourself, it all starts with you!  That is where your happiness lies, you wont find it anywhere else before you deal with self First!!!

  4. stricktlydating profile image83
    stricktlydatingposted 8 years ago

    Happiness is a state of mind, first decide to be happy.  Find some satisfying interests and hobbies, and spend time doing things with family and friends as forming strong relationships builds self-confidence. Set some goals and go about striving to acheive them. If you feel you have nothing to be happy about just notice the little things - the setting sun, a flower in full bloom, the breeze on your skin in the sunshine.  And stop yourself from thinking too many negative thoughts...Before you know it, you'll be feeling happy!

 
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