Each person has the power to find true happiness. It's a way of how you see situations that happen in life.
For example, you're caught in traffic for hours. As soon as you get the chance to break free, another driver cuts in. A group of life coaches and psychologists explain that if you're happy, you won't get out of the car and scold the other driver, kick his car, and fret that your day is all messed up.
positive behaviors pump in so you breathe in and out for ten
times; you try to understand that the other driver is in a real
emergency; you sit back and let the other car cut through; and
you just be grateful that you still have a room for stress relief
and look forward to more inspiring things to happen in that
are blinded by their belief that real happiness is something
that the world provides. In reality, true happiness depends
on your outlook in life. It comes from within.
of worrying too much, look at the better possibilities of each
situation. Have confidence in your ability to handle life's
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