Happiness in Social Context

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Our nature is to be happy. In modern world, Happiness is being connected.
Network, Network, Network…
The number and strength of our social connections are very important for happiness. The quantity and quality of a person’s social connections–friendships, relationships with family members, closeness to neighbors etc.—- is closely related well-being and personal happiness ; the two can practically be equated. People with friendships are less likely to experience sadness, loneliness, low-self-esteem and problems with eating and sleeping.
Increase your SOCIAL Capital and be Happy.

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One thought on “Happiness in Social Context

  1. >People with friendships are less likely to experience sadness, loneliness, low-self-esteem and problems with eating and sleeping. Hmmm… No friends here… not sad, lonely – maybe, low self esteem… nope, problems with eating and sleeping …nope.

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