This is just one fascination fact you’ll learn from WebMD’s Happiness Quiz. Here are some other things you’ll learn:
- What’s the happiest country in the world based on life satisfaction and work-life balance? (Hint: It’s not the U.S.)
- Which has more power – negative or positive emotions?
- What personality traits contribute toward more happiness?
- What age group is the happiest?
- What brain chemicals affect your happiness level and how do you activate them?
- Should you always keep a stiff upper lip in order to become a happy person?
- Which creates longer lasting happiness – pleasure or gratitude?
- Is your health and happiness affected by the movies you watch?
I encourage you to have some fun today and take this quiz. If you want more information on happiness, I’ve compiled a list of some of my past articles for your convenience.
Happiness Is Up To YOU!
The Two Types of Happiness and How They Affect You
What 40 Years of Science Reveals About Happiness
In a Bad Mood? It Could Be Coming from Reading Social Media
If You Want to Be Happy Take a Risk
Are You Happy with the Money You Earn?
How to Be a Happier Person – Watch Less Television
How to Create an Inner Joy that Lasts Despite Upsetting Circumstances
Tips to Experiencing Happiness on a Daily Basis
Three Ways to Avoid Toxic Life Choices
Everyone wants happiness, yet it’s so elusive for many in the U.S. Here in Oregon and Washington, we have dreary, rainy days that contribute towards depression. Economic struggles, family strife, and other external factors add to unhappiness. Yet you can learn techniques to successfully deal with all of these challenges as you remain hopeful and positive. If you live near Portland, OR/Vancouver, WA please contact my office and schedule an appointment. It’s time to feel happy again.