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10 Characteristics of Genuinely Happy People

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We can put on a bright smile and pretend to be happy, but when we’re really happy, the things we do stand out. Happiness becomes more obvious and point-blank, the happier we are.

When you’re genuinely content, the way you go about things isn’t the same as it would be if you were sad.  You move around this world with a lighter demeanor, and others will pick up on the small details that you would overlook. Do you do these things? I’m going to go through some of the things I’ve discovered that only those who are really happy do.

The Following Are 10 Things That People That Are Actually Happy Have In Common:

1. They are supportive and nonjudgmental.

People who are happy are not those who tear others down and dismantle them. They do not pass judgment and are always willing to assist those in their lives in their development. They are not, however, overbearing about it.

2. They do not expect too much from themselves.

Happy people understand that they should set goals for themselves, but the goals should be reasonable. They are as kind to themselves as they are to others. They are aware of their own worth.

3. They are fully immersed in the present moment.

In general, happy people are more mindful. They are always striving to make the best of the time available to them. They are aware that tomorrow is not guaranteed.

4. They place a high value on their time and efforts.

People who are happy do not waste their time on people who refuse to improve or who do not make the best of what they have. They support others, but they are aware of their own limitations and when their efforts are in vain. This is a critical point.

5. They have compassion for themselves.

People who are happy have the same patience with themselves as they do with others. They don’t beat themselves up and instead strive to improve in the face of adversity. They have the ability to see the big picture of almost everything.

6. They applaud the accomplishments of others.

People who are happy do not get upset when others succeed; instead, they see others’ progress as a triumph worth celebrating. They want to see people grow and evolve for the better. They are as ecstatic as you are for what you’re going through.

7. They don’t waste time worrying about stuff they can’t affect.

If anything can’t be changed, a happy person doesn’t fret over it. They recognize that they have no control over the situation, so they learn from it and move on. This is a difficult lesson for us to learn, but it is one that must be learned.

8. They don’t try to fix people.

People who are happy are aware that you will not be able to fix other people. When a person is ready, they’ll repair themselves. This is not something that can be forced on anyone who isn’.t ready to be fixed

9. They treat their closest friends and family members with respect.

People who are happy do not mistreat others in their immediate circle. Above all, they are considerate and compassionate. They still help those who support them.

10. They recognize that we learn from both positive and negative experiences.

People who seem to be happy are not really as happy as they seem to be. They, too, have their ups and downs. They understand that the things that life throws our way happen for a reason, and that we learn as we encounter the obstacles that life can throw our direction.

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