Happiness of Teachers in Pune

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GROUP TESTING REPORT SYMBIOSIS COLLEGE OF ARTS AND COMMERCE (An autonomous college affiliated to Savitribai Phule Pune University) Senapati Bapat Road-411 004 GROUP TESTING REPORT Submitted by Ms. Ipshita Munshi Class: TYBA Roll No.: 2497 Under the guidance of Dr. Alpana Vaidya In partial fulfilment of B.A. Degree in Psychology April 2016 SYMBIOSIS COLLEGE OF ARTS AND COMMERCE (An autonomous college affiliated to Savitribai Phule Pune University) Senapati Bapat Road-411 004 CERTIFICATE This is to certify that Ms. Ipshita Munshi of Division G and Roll no. 2497 has satisfactorily completed her group testing report in the subject Psychology (special) Psychological Testing (Practicals) as part of the B.A. Degree in Psychology for the…show more content…
You need to adopt the attitude of positive thinking in everything you do. Happiness is a combination of how satisfied you are with your life (for example, finding meaning in your work) and how good you feel on a day-to-day basis. Both of these are relatively stable—that is, our life changes, and our mood fluctuates, but our general happiness is more genetically determined than anything else. The good news is, with consistent effort, this can be offset. Think of it like you think about weight: if you eat how you want to and are as active as you want to be, your body will settle at a certain weight. But if you eat less than you'd like or exercise more, your weight will adjust accordingly. If that new diet or exercise regimen becomes part of your everyday life, then you'll stay at this new weight. If you go back to eating and exercising the way you used to, your weight will return to where it started. So it goes, too, with happiness. REVIEW OF LITERATURE A common view in contemporary Western culture is that personal happiness is one of the most important values in life. For example, in American culture it is believed that failing to appear happy is cause for
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