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Most of us probably don't believe we need a formal definition of #happiness; we know it when we feel it.
Research in the field of positive psychology and happiness defines a happy person as someone who experiences frequent positive emotions, such as joy, interest, and pride, and infrequent (though not absent) negative emotions, such as sadness, anxiety and anger (Lyubomirsky et al., 2005). Happiness has also been said to relate to life satisfaction, appreciation of life, moments of pleasure, but overall it has to do with the positive experience of emotions.
The key to these definitions is that positive emotions do not indicate the absence of negative emotions. A "happy person" experiences the spectrum of emotions just like anybody else, but the frequency by which they experience the negative ones may differ. It could be that "happy people" don't experience as much negative emotion because they process it differently or they may find meaning in a way others have not. -
In fact, using the phrase "happy person" is probably incorrect because it assumes that they are naturally happy or that positive things happen to them more often. Nobody is immune to life's stressors, but the question is whether you see those stressors as moments of opposition or moments of opportunity.
Regardless of where you are on the happiness spectrum, each person has their own way of defining happiness. Philosophers, business (WO)men, actors, politicians, and everybody in between have all weighed in on their own view of happiness. -
Mastin Kipp, the founder of Daily Love, said: "I don’t expect to always be happy, I simply accept what is. And that acceptance is key. This is what self-love is all about, really, acceptance and the ability to love yourself right where you are." -
So now it's your turn to begin finding the happiness in you. What brings you joy? Maybe it's binge watching your favorite series or reading. Maybe it's a night out on the town, or starting up new biz ventures. -
Wherever your happiness resides, go enjoy it. And tell us which of these definitions of happiness resonated with you most. Leave a comment and let us know how you define happiness. #HERSuccessStory
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Throwback 2017 prep..missing the contest shred as grind is stepping up.. why doesn’t everyone look like this? or get shredded because of the WORK it takes.. Most people don’t have the mindset or will power to get there.. number one reason for failure is excuses.. Everyone has there GRIND . It is all about how bad you want it .. we don’t all do this as a job most of us have full times jobs and or families ect.. But if you want it bad enough you will find a way.. on that note doing some Saturday food prep and food shopping .. when coach say change I change!! 💪🏻💯 #contestprep#onamission#postivevibes#grind#girlswholift#shredded#teambiggiesmalls#trusttheprocess#npcfigurecompetitor
" what's the point of goin on, if you keep on doing wrong? Love don't make no sense" when I'm done, I'm done... I tried everything to make it work, and life is to precious to waste.