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Happiness

Happiness. How do you find it? How do you define it? Does it really exist? Do you find it within yourself? If you are at peace with yourself, does that make you happy?



Are you happy with your career, relationship, marital status or home? How does the way you feel about those things effect whether or not you are generally a happy person?



I found out recently that there is actually a science to happiness. It ties into the study of human behavior. I found it pretty interesting. Especially since right now I'm trying to figure out some things in my life and I've been feeling a little down. I also searched Happiness on Google and found out that I'm not the only person out there asking these type of questions. Apparently a lot of people want to know why they are not Happy and how they can find happiness.

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  1. I find happiness by spending time with my family, or listening to a really good tune on my way to class at school, especially when I take the long ways and make myself purposely late. Haha.

    When I am at peace with myself, yes, it does make me feel happy. Very happy.

    And even though I've never been in a relationship, it doesn't really effect my mood. It'd be nice, yes, to be with somebody, but sometimes its just better off to be alone.

    I found this to be a very interesting blog.
    :]

    Have a wonderful day and I hope your happiness levels shoot through the roof soon.
    ;]

    -acute_disaster

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  2. I can agree with the family time. I think I am most happy when I spend time with my family, and also with close friends.

    Glad you liked the blog and thanks for commenting :)

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