A Self help Book
This book has time-tested, proven do-it-yourself ideas for long-lasting happiness.
This book has scientifically proven ways to get rid of stress, anxiety, insomnia, etc.
While helping others, we help ourselves.
Time spent with family and friends keeps us happy.
Care for your old parents, older people you will be paid back when you are old.
Buddha truly said, ‘What you think, you become.”
Why are we not happy?
Why do we want to be happy?
What are the overall effects of Happiness on our life, health, interpersonal relations?
social relations and on our family?
Is Happiness inbuilt in us?
How can we change negativity in our minds with positive thoughts forever?
Can Happiness increase our longevity?
This book will encourage you to change your attitudes.
This book will encourage you to achieve Happiness forever.
What is happiness?
The ancients believed they could not achieve happiness because it was God-given.
After extensive work on the science of Happiness, happiness is now not considered a divine gift
People started equating happiness with the yellow smiley-faced icons. Happiness is about feeling good.
However, happiness is not solely synonymous with intense pleasure.
Aristotle’s notion of eudaimonia maintained that it comes from identifying one’s virtues, cultivating them, and living life accordingly.
Happiness goes beyond feeling good. It is about doing good.
Happiness comprises of three things:
- Frequent positive affect,
- Infrequent negative affect,
- High life satisfaction.
Happiness and demographic variables, such as age, sex, and ethnicity, account for 10%, but happiness is 80% genetic.
Happiness comes from quality social relationships. If people aim to become happier effectively and efficiently, they should put energy into their family, friends, romantic partners, and colleagues.
Individuals in close relationships have a better physical, mental, and emotional quality of life and are more adaptive in coping with stress and adversity.
Wealth, human rights, equality between people, fulfilling basic biological needs, individualism, political stability, interpersonal trust, and thinking of happiness are essential to predicting national happiness.
Policymakers should get the assessment done to promote their citizen’s quality of life as a national priority.