Working in a negative environment can make you feel more miserable, and sharing a roof with a negative person can make you feel depressed.
We can try to withdraw from unhappy people, but when we really love others who are suffering, we want to help, not avoid them. We can help them by accepting their emotions while not giving up our own happiness.
Studies found that even if you live within a mile of a friend who becomes cheerful, you’re likely to become happy too.
A clear way to catch an emotion is through conversation, where we project the emotions of others through our facial expressions, tone of voice, and posture.
When love surpasses the trouble of a partner, a parent, a child or a friend, we can still sustain our own well-being.
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