Happy couples typically… spend their money on experiences rather than possessions. Building memories together increases a couple’s bond and leads to greater relationship satisfaction. While possessions lose their luster over time, memories last forever, the same way a great relationship does.
Happy individuals…don’t overwhelm themselves with too many things to do in a single day. Happy people tend to manage their time in a self-respecting way. They recognize their limits and take time to rest, relax and regroup after big undertakings.
Happy families…Affirm each family members’ unique contribution to the whole. They don’t scapegoat one family member or exclude anyone. While not everyone in a family has a dynamic personality or any extraordinary talents, each person is special in his or her own right. Happy family members show one another respect and consideration and seek to understand each other. They make family relationships a priority and enjoy their individual roles as mothers, fathers, wives, husbands, sisters, brothers, daughters and sons.
Quote of the Week
“Happiness is not ready made. It comes from your own actions.” – Dalai Lama