Happiness Contagious

By Christine Adolf
February 5, 2009

Happiness is as contagious as the flu. Happiness can be caught, but it is also something that has to be found as well.

I think in order to catch the happiness bug, people need to be face-to-face. Even though people may seem happy or content over the phone or on the Internet, I’m not sure if you could catch it in the same way you could talking to someone face-to-face.

Even though you might have a bad day and may want to run away, you should listen for laughter and look for smiling faces to join.

Someone who is happy will ultimately pass it on and on to help people feel better.

Wouldn’t the world literally be a happier place if someone was happy and just kept passing it along?

If people were to catch someone’s happiness, they could have a better day, a better job, a better life.

A happy employee means a better job performance.

As employees spread their vibes to others, it can help make the workplace a healthier and more enjoyable environment to work in.

Its been proven, that happiness leads to a healthier life. It has been shown that people who are happy most days tend to not catch as many colds or fevers as unhappy people do. Happier and healthier people tend to live longer as well.

I didn’t know happy until just recently. Even though I’d see my friends happy and enjoying life, I was in pain. Pain that I kept hidden to those I did not want to know what I was feeling.

It was hard to walk up the hills of Cabrini’s campus, until I had my surgery.

In December, I had a breast reduction, which changed my life. It’s easier to walk up the hills now and keep up with my friends. I had a great doctor who was nationally ranked and had many surgeries under his belt.

Now, almost two months later, I am changing my life around and letting myself out of my shell that I was held captive in for so long. Six pounds lighter and a whole lot happier, I look at life a different way.

I’m not afraid to go out with my friends and hang out with them. I’m comfortable and happy with who I am now and what I look like. The surgery changed my life and made me so much happier. Now I love spreading my happiness on to others every single day.

Smiling is a big part of sharing happiness

with one another and laughing is another cure. Making someone laugh or smile whether you are making a fool of yourself in front of them or just reminding them of a funny thing that has happened to them in the past will help brighten their day. I think making a fool of yourself could also cheer you up.

Happiness is the difference between good and bad. When a person is happy and enjoying themselves, it makes the person looking happy. That’s just another example of how happiness is contagious.

If I saw someone having an amazing amount of fun, I’d want to join in with them. I’d want to feel what they are feeling.

Happiness is a joy of life. An entity to survive life. People need to live, breathe and bleed happiness.

As people share their happiness all over the world in their own special ways, people will learn how happiness is contagious and can be caught like the flu. Happiness has its own way of attacking our bodies. Happiness will continue to be a great asset to life as the world continues to grow and prosper.

Laughter and happiness are the medicine to a better, healthier life.

Christine Adolf

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