Little Reminders Create Big Changes , Says the Time magazine and reminds that research shows as we age we remember the good and forget the bad:
"Older people shown pictures of faces or situations tend to focus on and remember the happier ones more and the negative ones less.
That's all it takes. So if you could just regularly get reminders of the good things in your life, well, you'd be halfway there...
Research shows thinking about the good things actually does make you happier.
Reminders, something as simple as a post-it note, are very powerful
Make note of three things you're thankful for.
We think of happiness as something deep and profound but it?s often as simple as keeping the good things ?top of mind.?
This technique has been proven again and again and again. Here it is, explained by its originator, University of Pennsylvania professor Martin Seligman.
Write down three things that went well today and why they went well
Writing about why the positive events in your life happened may seem awkward at first,
but please stick with it for one week. It will get easier. The odds are that you will be less depressed, happier, and addicted to this exercise six months from now.
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