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Scientifically Supported Ways To Being Happier.

Published on 8/8/2017
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 Scientifically Supported Ways

To Being Happier.

 

There are three

scientifically supported areas

that we can focus on

to help us achieve happiness

 

 

1/
Show consistent gratitude

Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life.

It turns what we have into enough...

Melodie Beatty.



 

 

 

 

 

Melanie Greenberg, Ph.D.


https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-mindful-self-express/201511/how-gratitude-leads-happier-life

 

says,

"Gratitude

is an attitude and way of living

that has been shown to have many benefits

in terms of

health, happiness, satisfaction with life,

and the way we relate to others".

 

"Feeling and expressing gratitude

turns our mental focus to the positive,

which compensates

for our brains’ natural tendency

to focus on

threats, worries, and negative aspects of life

 

 

2/
Present focus


 

Matthew Killingsworth, Ph.D.

studies

the nature and causes of human happiness,

using smartphones

to study happiness in real-time

during everyday life.

 

He built an app,

www.trackyourhappiness.org

that lets people report their feelings.

 

Among the surprising results:

We're often happiest

when we're lost in the moment.

 

And the flip side:

The more our mind wanders,

the less happy we can be.

 

3/
Spiritual devotion.


 

Catherine Sanderson. Ph.D.

is a psychology professor at Amherst College

whose research shows that people,

"who have religious or spiritual beliefs

are happier than those who don't,

no matter what their beliefs."

 

 

Three scientifically supported ways

to being happier.

Each way is one over which we have

complete control:

Gratitude

Present Focus

Spiritual Devotion

 


 

Let us make it our purpose to

live a happy life by

focusing on

those things over which we have control.

 

If we are happy we can help others

reach a state of happiness

 

 

 

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