What is your meaning of happiness?


What is happiness to you? What do you need to experience true happiness?

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7 thoughts on “What is your meaning of happiness?

  1. Kaytii

    My family is my happiness. Sometimes I take the time to stop and watch them interact with each other (when they’re getting along) and it always brings a smile to my face. I try to really look at them and appreciate their smiles instead of just looking then quickly turning away. I love watching the younger 2 play nicely with each other.

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  2. peeking in

    Mine is living in the ‘now’, truely in the moment. Not getting cought up in the ‘I can’t wait until they are all potty trained or in school’. This time goes by soo quickly and I really try to enjoy my children, my life as it is happening. So, hopefully, I won’t look back and say I missed it.

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  3. Anonymous

    To have my husband love me, for me, not what he wants or expects me to be. Is that really too much to ask??

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  4. Anonymous

    Happiness to me means that everyone I love is healthy and happy. I really do appreciate the simple things so just being around my family, reading together, playing games, talking, etc. makes me happy.

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  5. monday night special

    Security ,confidence , love , being healthy , feeling beautiful , low stress levels , family , happy children those kinds of things , the simple things in life . Not in any particular order .

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  6. Elaine

    My meaning of happiness is money. I just want enough to where I do not have to worry about how to pay for something. I have been looking for a new job for over a year now, and still nothing. I am currently working part time because that’s the only job I can get right now. Geez, I can’t even afford a small apartment.

    Having money is happiness. People who say money can’t buy happiness have never been poor or unemployed. A lot of money would make me happy right now. If I had money, I would never be unhappy again! I don’t want material things; I just want enough to live on; enough to pay my own bills and student loan payments.

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