Do We Need Other People to Be Happy?

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We do actually need other people to be happy, at least some of the time. Now, I’m not suggesting if you’re not really a people person that you have to go to every party and be all up in every new person’s face you meet trying to be their best friend. However, it is true that if a person is alone too much, and has little interaction with others they can become depressed, sad, anxious, and other emotions that don’t feel good…

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Regina Paul

Regina Paul

Author, writer, artist. I write about publishing, making money online, creativity, happiness, and spirituality. Twitter @reginapaul E-mail regina@reginapaul.com

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