With life’s ceaseless hurdles, I imagine my dear fellow being banging their pity head on pillows, supposedly hitting their skull hard, wracking their brain, wondering and almost wishing that it pop out, frantically to see what is there that makes one forget.
Teenagers think about their lives as a whole and also question the sense of life or think about happiness. This article should allow an insight into the life of teenagers – and what really makes them feel happy.
WHATEVER MAKES US HAPPY? BY ALEXANDRA VALAVANISView Post
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To develop into a healthy and happy human being, we need to be supported by family and friends, allowed space to breathe, take risks, survive disappointment and develop in a natural way, learning how to be unaffected by the negativity of life and to cope with disappointment and failure.
People in poorer countries often deal with poverty and unfair treatment by keeping up their spirits with humor. They don’t necessarily a lot of jokes but just see the funny side of life and are happy with one another’s company. They do not need new presents and compliments on a regular basis to stay happy.
The second article in the series of What Makes a Teenager Happy, by Brenna Lewis: Happiness is a mysterious thing. Some say happiness must be fostered, manufactured. Others say happiness is just that, happiness and cannot be chosen.