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Happiness Tip #12: With a little help from my friends
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Want to live a longer, healthier and happier life? There is overwhelming evidence that having a strong social support network is key to achieving that goal.
Positive and supportive social connections have been shown to:
Increase experiences of
Build successful coping skills
Cultivate feelings of optimism
Increase general life satisfaction
All of which leads to increased happiness and fulfillment. So work on maintaining the friendship and family support you already have, and make an effort to forge new positive social connections wherever possible - the pay-off is well worth it!
* The power of positive emotions
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