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Chronically unhappy people

Chronically unhappy people

Not everyone knows how to be happy or how to deal with the bumps and annoyances of life. When people get stuck in temporary setbacks, they can easily forget that happiness is never out of reach.

There are some belittling habits to avoid to stay on the course of happiness.

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