How to be a happier person(2)

2 Jan 2023

Develop Strong Relationships
Social support is an essential component of happiness. According to research, the strongest predictor of happiness is good social relationships. Having positive and supportive relationships with people you care about can help you cope with stress, improve your health, and become a happier person.
Researchers discovered that relationships and how happy people are in those relationships had a strong impact on overall health in the Harvard Study of Adult Development, a longitudinal study that included participants aged 80 and up.

Show Your Appreciation
In one study, participants were asked to write for 10 to 20 minutes before going to bed each night. Some were told to write about daily annoyances, others about neutral events, and still others about things they were grateful for. The findings revealed that people who wrote about gratitude had higher levels of positive emotions, subjective happiness, and life satisfaction.
According to the study's authors, keeping a gratitude list is a relatively simple, inexpensive, simple, and enjoyable way to improve your mood. Set aside a few minutes each night to write down or reflect on things in your life for which you are grateful.

Find a sense of purpose
A sense of purpose is having goals, direction, and meaning in your life. It may contribute to happiness by encouraging healthier behaviors.
This sense of purpose is influenced by many factors, but it is also something that can be developed. It entails identifying a goal that is important to you and will motivate you to take productive, positive actions in order to achieve that goal.

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