They have become an integral part of our lives, with their help we meet new people, share happy and sad moments with our circle of friends, hang out. They are social networks, and day by day there are more and more of them.
In addition to well-known social networks, another, completely new one is looking for a place in its internet sky, and it is called Happier.com. This social network is a place where small moments of happiness from everyday life are celebrated and shared, no negativities are allowed, and users are encouraged to recognize happiness in small things and small things. This “happy network” has already gathered over a million happy moments that were respected by over one hundred thousand people.
Although Facebook is slowly annoying us, and we are not doing very well on Twitter, which is a paradise for “haters”, it is not negativity that repels us from these popular social networks, but on the contrary, we are irritated by excessive happiness and optimism of individuals which can often be unbearable. . Whether you want to admit it or not, that’s right. Looking at a photo album of your Facebook friends from a vacation where the sea is blue, birds chirping can be inexplicably depressed. All the successes and rich social life of your friends will always cause envy rather than happiness, especially if you are not so accomplished in your life. Why would then Happier was the network interesting to anyone?
This network will change your viewing angle and perception of happiness in your lives. Being content with life doesn’t just mean blocking out all the negative things and focusing on kittens and puppies while pretending there isn’t something called a bad day. Fulfillment means that we need to face sadness and painful things so that we can continue. A happier life is made up of good and bad experiences, by no means chasing away bad things we don’t want to think about.
What do you think if a social network can change our outlook on life and really make us happier. Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Happier… Where are you?
Source: LifePress magazin by lifepressmagazin.com.
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