Happiness is not as complicated as some people imagine, according to a new study from the University of California, San Diego School of Public Health.
You cannot find happiness by boasting or exaggerating about others, and other people tear you down if they allow more. It is something that you have to create and grow as you move forward in the world. Stop telling everyone what you should keep personally and stop sharing it.
Of course, it can be useful to tell a few people that they are trusting when you need them, but not to tell everyone that what is going on in the marriage works, or to share everything with people whose surnames you don’t even know. The more you share with others, the more control you give them over you, and you should remember that the world is full of poisonous people who want nothing more than for other people to fall for you. If you wear your heart on your sleeve, this heart will be more painful for you and others.
You have to work hard to identify the weaknesses that you can identify before tearing everyone around you apart, not just yourself, but your family, friends and colleagues.
If you and your partner are arguing, don’t rush to let everyone else know how angry you are. The more you share with others and the more negative you see in them, the more negative people will see you.
When you get into financial trouble, no one needs to know, not even the people involved in your finances, and certainly not your friends and family.
Instead of building the people around you, you are too attached to its demolition, and the more people know, the sadder you get because you’re jealous.
I think that over-sharing is the real problem of our time, and I think it causes a lot more unrest than we tend to realize. I don’t care what other people think of me when they look at me, but I like to do more than they can at the moment. If I have a problem with someone, I keep it to myself, unless the situation requires more. Live your life the way you want to live it.
If you want to be happy, you should do something that makes you happy because other people are looking for it. I think that when you speak, we should pause for a moment and reflect, and perhaps even pause a little longer.