Happiness is a key to everybodys life. Even the most depressed man on earth has a little happiness deep down inside. Its what keeps us striving to fulfil our needs and wants on an everyday basis. There is not one kid who does not get excited over a dollar to spend at the candy shop. What about the feeling of getting a promotion at your job, or even finding the cure for cancer. Being happy is not just healthy, but it is also rewarding for each and every individual. We strive to find anything that will turn a bad day to a good one. Individuals will compromise to attain their happiness. You can not get what you want without giving something first.
In the article “What Happiness Is’’, by Eduardo Porter, states his point of view about the definition of happiness. Gandhi states “Happiness is when you think, what you say, and what you do are in harmony” (qtd. in porter 459). In my opinion happiness can be described in many of ways from different individual’s point of view. My perspective of happiness is when you accomplish something in life, because makes you so proud of what you have done. Happy is something that makes you happy whether it’s a person, a thing or stuff and happiness is desired to be happy. Happiness is important role to maintain happy because without happiness the world would be different.
Samantha made minimal process practicing coping skills to manage depressive moods. Samantha identified situations that lead to emotions of anger and sadness. Samantha continues to have difficultly executed coping skills after practicing at weekly visits. MHP receives reports from MHS that Samantha only asks for personal space and positive self-talk after being redirected. Samantha is able to communicate her emotions at weekly visits with MHS and MHP. MHP provides Samantha with encouragement and praise after practicing coping skills through role play, and CBT exercises. Samantha will continue this goal.
Lazy fall days, colorful leaves, cooler weather, birds singing, frogs croaking, crickets chirping, relaxing to the sounds of the outdoors. Waves of water crashing upon each other, fishing, telling stories around a campfire, making s’mores, memories with family and friends; this is what happiness is to me. Happiness is in the eye of the beholder, what brings happiness to one person may not bring happiness to another person. When I think of the word happiness, I think of descriptive words like Contentment, enjoyment, satisfaction, delightfulness, something that makes a person smile. I have always looked at the word happiness as a feeling, an action, never have I thought of happiness as an overall affect. However, it is a proven fact, that happiness can affect the over-all health and longevity of human life. Happy people live longer than those that are lonely, stressed, or depressed.
According to Hutchison (2013) the biopsychosocial approach used by many social workers is an examination of the biological, psychological, and social systems; all are seen as interconnected. In recent years the spiritual dimension has also gained popularity in research and recognition as being inseparable from other dimensions of personhood. Culture is also seen as a powerful environmental dimension that demands acknowledgment to truly gain insight into a person’s worldview. The following is a brief summary of these dimensions in regards to youths experiencing bullying.
Happiness is not a strange term to us. We usually use that word to express our feelings in every day. Additionally, more than a word, “happiness” is what we really need and always seek in life. However, finding and understanding deeply its meaning is not easy. The online dictionary, “vocabulary.com” defines, “Happiness is a sense of well-being, joy, or contentment. When people are successful, or safe, or lucky, they feel happiness.” Thus, we always wonder if we are happy or how could we be happier in our life. Happiness, therefore, becomes a goal for everybody.
Happiness is something that all people, no matter what race, gender, or social class, strive for. Based on lifestyle or perspective each person has their independent idea of what happiness is, but everyone shares an end goal to live their definition of a happy life. Many people, though, struggle in finding their way to this goal. They face hardships and challenges that test their happiness every day. Happiness, though somewhat indirectly, does take learning and training to discover and maintain.
Many people keep searching for what they think can bring happiness, because they want to find the answer for the question: what is happiness? According to multiple sources, the definition of happiness varies depending on individual’s perspective. Happiness is a universal feeling, and there are many ways of obtaining happiness. People can obtain happiness through having peace of mind, being successful with work, achieving goals, and sharing what they have with others.
Happiness is something that many have debated and argued on for years. From the way happiness can be found, to the quickness that it can be lost. Happiness though does not have to come from the things around us, it can come from within our very being. It can be found in the interactions we have with others. And even the smallest, most insignificant of experiences can bring someone a happiness that could mean the world to them. And although the sayings that many see and have been spread around typically have to do with finding inner peace or searching within yourself, it does not mean that there this is the only way to find peace from within. And above all else, I believe that happiness can be found even in the most unlikely of places. This is because of the fact that happiness, though generally talked about, does not have a uniformed meaning and is something completely different for each person.
Happiness is one of the most misunderstood words in our vocabulary. Happiness can have a different meaning for everyone. Some people say it is when you are remembering good times or that your life would be meaningless without it. Some people may say it is when you feel satisfied and fulfilled, that it is a feeling of contentment, and that life is as it should be. Perfect happiness comes when you have all of your needs satisfied.
Happiness is often explained as a sense of well- being, joy, or contentment. I believe happiness is exactly that, but it has many factors that come into this word. Many things make people happy, such as love, becoming successful, having a family, or other things. Happiness is brought out everyday in people. For many people the littlest aspects of life are what make them content.
Happiness doesn’t just happen – it has to be made, it has to be produced, created, discovered, built from the ground up. And it has to be a decision in one’s mind: the decision to be happy. It is really simple, believe it or not. One must have a conviction to be happy no matter what trouble life throws at them; because life can certainly disrupt a person’s happiness, getting in the way of them enjoying their own life, with all the countless and never-ending mishaps and suffering. Happiness is something that comes to those who expect it and therefore deserve it.