According to the great Aristotle, “Happiness depends upon ourselves.” As he enshrined happiness, he has set a particular picture of happiness in our mind that it is a central purpose of human life. However, in this modern age, the surroundings are so full of gloom and low spirits that it often becomes quite impossible to think of being happy.
Is it actually difficult to keep ourselves happy? Every year, a huge amount of money is spent on research to find out the ways of being happier. So, here are some recent results highlighting on simple ways to get happier.
6. Talk to people
Sometimes it is good to talk to people who are complete strangers to you. This point can very well go for the commuters who regularly meet new people in their ways to office, or, institutions. It was found in a recent study in the Journal of Experimental Psychology that starting your day with getting into conversations or mingling with unknown people can boost you up.