They are less likely to feel like victims to others, God or life.
Happy people simply love and enjoy life much more than their gloomier counterparts.
Studies have demonstrated over and over again, that happy people volunteer more, give more to those in need, even hold doors open for others more often than their unhappy friends.
Happy people are more thoughtful, polite and attentive to others needs, picking up verbal and non-verbal cues depressed people miss.
Studies have linked increased levels of happiness and well-being to higher longevity rates with fewer incidents of coronary heart disease. My purpose here is to teach you how to live a richer life of greater purpose and meaning, of mind-blowing possibility and deeper, more soul-satisfying happiness than you ever dreamt was possible.
Other studies have shown links between happiness and optimism with lower rates of cardiovascular disease, cancer and other age-related degenerative problems. Read up on it and work at it and make your world a happier place to live in. Join us on this happy adventure as you learn how to unlock your hidden potential to enjoy the rewards of a life well lived.
But happiness is not only a desirable emotional condition, it produces better human beings.This post is not meant to guilt you into pursuing happiness. Spring is here and Barbie is getting ready for the most extraordinary event of the season, the Spring Ball.Happier people are also less stressed out, experience less anxiety or depression, and are more likely to eat healthy and exercise regularly. It matters to your neighbors and associates and customers and community. Which of the reasons happiness matters most resonates with you? Not only do happy people experience difficulties and challenges and downright tragedy (it simply is not true that happy people are spared the toughest trials in life), they experience them about as much as unhappy people do. Okay, perhaps overstated slightly, but read on to see why I rank happiness up there with mutant genes, cool utility belts and radio-active insects.