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5 ways to live happier

Helping others, gentle approaches, polite behavior will make the person in front of you feel good, while also creating positive emotions for you. A study conducted at the University of California observed a significant increase in happiness levels of people who engaged in 5 different behavior of kindness for 1 day. Do something polite that you don't normally do in your daily life. It doesn't matter if it's small or big. Hold the door to someone, buy a gift to someone you love for no reason ... being kind is free, and being happy is a reward! 


Relationships are the biggest secret to happiness! The famous Harvard study, which tracked the happiness levels of the same people for 80 years, found that the people who were happiest at the end of the measurements had good relationships. When things go wrong, it's priceless to know that we have someone who will give you the feeling that we belong somewhere and support you. The strong bonds we build throughout our lives make our lives meaningful and contribute to lifelong happiness. Always approach your social environment with love, do not neglect to nurture and beautify your relationships. 


Get back to yourself, make contact. The best way to do this is to ask yourself the following questions: What are the activities that make you feel alive and excited when you do it? When was the last time you took the time to do activities that were good for you? What do you need to do to get back to yourself? Maybe you need to take the time to get a book you've been wanting to buy for a long time. Perhaps it will do you good to take a quiet walk alone to focus on your own thoughts, needs. Listen to your inner voice, listen to yourself. Remember, it's your biggest right to slow down and focus on yourself. 


A wonderful sunset, a sweet bird sound, watching your child sleep... you can notice these moments that feel good, create positive emotions, feel admiration, and feed your happiness by focusing your focus. Science also supports the benefit of this to our minds and emotions: you have silenced the part of your brain that is always in search of danger stimulants, thereby reinforcing your positive emotions such as peace, joy. Capture moments, chase moments that create a sense of admiration. 


Those moments when you're lost in the moment, when you don't even realize you're hungry, when you don't understand how time passes, these are precious times when you're in the flow. Take time for activities that give you this feeling. Of course, don't forget to make sure that you experience positive emotions when these activities are over. For example, when you watch a series in a row, you may feel lost in time, but when the series ends, your positive feelings will not increase because you do not produce anything. Instead, try to incorporate activities that create a sense of flow into your life, where you also use your creativity, productivity. 


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