Put their needs first and help them become what they desire to become in life.
Understand what does happiness mean for them, don't think that all people has same way to be happy. Then do what they like if it is not harming them, because some people don't know correct way for happiness, so as you care of them you should give some honest suggestions, at least, if they don't feel happy at once, they will be happy in future.
This is what I have seen time and again -- Listening to that person earnestly, with curious questions asked in between to encourage him/ her to talk more about himself/ herself. Don't talk anything about yourself.
90% of people are self-centered. They are least interested in you, The more you show interest in them, the more they are happy.
Thank you very much for your answers. Will definitely keep these word in my mind. Rajan sir nice to see you again after a long time .
By teaching them to be their own people and loving themselves. Through self actualisation, they can achieve their full potential.
Why not take a look at this on happiness....
http://hubpages.com/hub/Psychology-101- … ople-Happy
Richard Pryor.. Live on Sunset Boulevard dvd! lol
Seriously, humour, just being free, laughing, doing silly stuff, doing stuff out of the norm. You gotta be a bit crazy
One has to be careful trying to please others or one will become co-dependent and lose one's own well being and happiness.
Co-dependence is caused by overzealous attempts to please others and causes much despair and unhappiness.
That said, we should try hard to be nice to people and the best thing to achieve that is by actually listening to them and some of their problems. Freud proved that having a person talk out their problems often solved many deep issues and problems people experience.
I have a friend. I was so infatuated by him - well, let me have my illusions! Love? Love?! Love!!! But it is entirely my world, my fantasies - I wanted someone like him since he clearly couldn't and wouldn't commit to anyone. But the beauty of our relationship is precisely in not having ... What he told me was beautiful... "I cannot make you anything...meaning I cannot make you happy". It's not up to him or anyone. You and you only are responsible for your own happiness. It might sound like nonsense, it is not. That is why we are so upset with other people - we expect them to do something for us. Especially, our parents. They did what they could, not less and not more. Did they make you happy? Mine did not. How long did it take me to realize it? Forty long years. Am I making my son happy? I am even afraid to ask because I know the answer.
You cannot 'make someone happy'. We can only make ourselves happy. Believing in the myth that you can do something to make someone happy causes untold pain.
Your emotions come form INSIDE YOU, not from someone else.
Oh what a good question! It depends on who that someone is. If it was me, I love flowers, specially roses.. so giving me flowers would make me happy.. giving me a rose, I'd be ecstatic. If it was my late husband, he loved horse racing.. so I'll take him to the racetrack and spend the day betting and cheering for his horses. If it was my son, he loves zombie movies, so I'll treat him to the latest zombie movie. If it was my daughter, she loves boots.. so although she already have dozens of pairs of boots, I'd still take her shopping and let her buy another pair. If it was my late mother, I'd go visit her and give her a hug and kiss and tell her I love her and I miss her so. If it was my brother, I'll just give him a call.. he is always happy to hear from me. If it was my sister, I'd take her to the casino as she loves to play the slot machines. If it was a panhandler, I'd ask him why he needed money and if it is for food, I'd buy him dinner, like I sometimes do.
Have a nice day,
Yeah if you want the deep philosophical answer, you can't technically "make" someone happy, people choose how they want to feel. But you can definitely give them some nudges in the right direction!! Compliments is the generic answer, but it's generic for a reason, it works!
People also enjoy feeling like they are useful, a kind of self-validation, so saying "thank-you" a lot, even to the little things really helps out. Probably the most effective thing you can do though is be a good example. There's two things I've noticed about people over the years, the first being that people are what you make them (so don't bad-mouth people, not even those you don't like), and the second is that people emulate those they have contact with regularly (thus the importance of being a good "happy" example).
Whatever you do though, don't pry into their life, tell them how they should act, try to change who they are, and be careful about getting them gifts (it's easy to send the wrong message). Best of luck!
To be with them and help them whenever they need your help and try to fulfill all wishes.
create an atmosphere of love in there presence, dont abuse or maltreat them
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