Quick Test: Find Out If You’re A Happiness Junkie

Addictions are usually thought of as negative. However, if you are a happiness junkie your obsession with seeking joy can be beneficial. People who go to great lengths to be happy rarely have time to dwell on sadness. In fact, their goal to be joyful propels them to overcome difficulties quickly. Looking on the bright side and putting pleasure before pain means that you get the most out of life. In addition, your optimism rubs off on pessimists, making you a joy to be around.

OK, so go through these 3 quick questions and see how you do…

1. Do People Want To Spend Time With You?

               Yes                                       No

2. Do You See The Positive In Everything?

               Yes                                       No

3. Do You Keep Healthy?

               Yes                                       No

 

If you answered ‘Yes' to all of the 3 questions above then you are a happiness junkie. Why? Read on to find out the 3 character traits that make a happiness junkie. 

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Happiness junkie trait #1: They spread positivity and this is why people love hanging out with them.

Self-help books, psychology lectures and feel-good fads are the mainstay of people who love learning about how to collect joy. Happiness junkies have an enthusiasm for increasing knowledge about feeling great and it can be a little overwhelming for friends and family who do not wear rose-colored spectacles. However, they love optimism and count on their emotional baggage being lightened with soothing words and a smile. Moreover, personable  warmth is catching. People enjoy the love of life of a happiness junkie and look forward to being in their presence. Spending time with them raises their spirits and makes them cheerful. Is this you?

Happiness junkie trait #2: For a happiness junkie the glass is always half full.glass of water

When a situation is adverse, happiness junkies think in a positive fashion. Instead of focusing on negative aspects of life, they look for hidden advantages. They have a joyful mindset, they do not see chaos and catastrophes in the same way as pessimists. They know that sad events happen, but a happiness junkie is aware that where there is darkness there is also light. Occasionally, bad times have to be crossed, but unlike most other people, they will not get stuck. The result is that a happiness junkie will be relatively unscathed by events and can move on with life despite past difficulties. Is this you?

Happiness junkie trait #3: They use positive attitude to fight off the common cold..and other illnesses.Drinking tea

While a happiness junkie is not impervious to disease, they can fight off illness well because they have a system that does not create an abundance of stress chemicals. Indeed, bright moods help produce happy hormones that create a strong defense against sickness. Furthermore, they are less likely to suffer from mental health issues that stem from depression than people who do not have such a penchant for joy. It is normal for a happiness junkie to feel down now and then, but they are rarely gloomy. You automatically search for ways of climbing out of emotional turmoil as soon as negative events take place. Is this you?

Happiness junkies make the most of situations. At the same time, people want to be in their company as their optimism is infectious. On the odd occasions that they are down, they constantly strive to get up again, which means that they seldom suffer from the blues for long. Clearly, their goal to be happy begets tremendous benefits.

So how did you do? Are you a happiness junkie? Want to brighten up someone's day? Share this link with someone today and show them that you are thinking of them.