"All happy families are alike but each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way." ~ Leo Tolstoy (1829-1910)
The personal qualities and characteristics of happy people are remarkably consistent. They are generally kind, caring, loving, honest, enthusiastic, curious, energetic and adventuresome.
Unhappy people, in contrast, exhibit a wide variety of psychological distress, disease and dysfunction.
Happiness Habit interviewed and studied habitually happy people from many different walks of life and personal situations.
We found characteristically happy people had a very distinctive way of looking at the world that fuels their ever present joy and helps protect them from stress and distress. We call these special qualities Happiness Habits.
If you choose to adopt and embrace Happiness Habits for yourself, you too can be happy or happier despite what is happening to you or around you. See Happiness Habits For Families - http://HappinessHabitsForFamilies.com
From How To Live A Happy Life - 101 Ways To Be Happier
by Michele Moore p.26-27
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