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Here are 13 great ways to put some spark back into your relationship that don’t take a lot of time or money but can be pretty powerful when you apply them. 1. Let’s get physical. So the next time you’re feeling down or out of sorts, try a smile. If you can’t find a reason to smile, pop in a funny DVD, read the Sunday comics or call a friend. Heck, you may be able to even read the word smile and feel better.

According to research published in Psychological Science, simply reading certain words may also have the same. Self care and ideas to help you live a healthier, happier life. 23 Senior Quotes So Good You’ll Kinda Want To Steal Them “My A’s turned to B’s, and so did my grades.”. Best senior year quotes for graduation and the yearbook. 1. “Whenever you remember times gone by, remember how we held our heads so high.” — Carrie Underwood.

2. “All through my senior year, luckily, I didn’t have too many hard classes, just a lot of electives. I was able to spend most of my time at the practice space.” – Brendon. Unlike depression, which is persistent and longer-lasting, sadness is temporary and transitory.Sadness can, however, turn into depression.   Being able to tell the difference between normal sadness and depression might encourage you to take action and seek resources for an improved mood. Quotes on Eyes can help you know the value or importance of our sense of sight.It is said that the eyes are the mirror of the soul and there is a lot of truth in it. Your eyes are the doorway to your heart.

They reflect your emotions and your inner being. Deep conversation topics should be a thing taught in school, because It’s almost inevitable you spend a lot of time in your daily life talking about surface-level, mundane things. And we all know: From the latest gossip at work, to being lost in generally polite conversation topics with strangers at a bar, to re-visiting the same social media posts with friends, it can.

3. Turn one of the last texts you sent into a story. 4. Add an original scene to the last movie you watched. 5. Two friends have a disagreement. 6. Write about your favorite teacher.

7. Outside the window, you see something you can’t believe. 8. Write about the first time you held someone’s hand. 9. Write about the last thing/person that made you smile. 10.

Missing someone you love can cause extreme melancholy. Sometimes, reading quotations will give us inspiration and help us recover from our sadness. A great word to describe this is Saudade.

Saudade is a word that came from Portuguese, Galician and Spanish. It bet describes a deep emotional state of nostalgia an melancholy. Story Ideas.

Here are 100 story ideas you can steal right now. And if that’s not enough, generate your own with the Idea Engine, or peruse these lists of scene ideas, flash fiction prompts, and writing prompts.. Write a story about A character with an addiction who discovers that they’re someone else’s addiction.

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Ten: The best way to remain optimistic is to associate with optimists.

“The Tale of the Tardy Oxcart” by Charles R. Swindoll
from The Tale of the Tardy Oxcart
by Charles R. Swindoll
Thomas Nelson, 1998

In one study, smiling and laughter occurred two to three times more in a Year 3 than a Year 11 classroom (Fabrizi & Pollio, 1987).

“Child and Adolescent Development for Educators” by Christi Crosby Bergin, David Allen Bergin, Sue Walker, Graham Daniel, Angela Fenton, Pearl Subban
from Child and Adolescent Development for Educators
by Christi Crosby Bergin, David Allen Bergin, et. al.
Cengage Learning Australia, 2018

Our research shows, in fact, that bereaved people who are able to laugh or smile while discussing their loss evoke more positive emotion and less frustration in others then do bereaved people who cannot laugh or smile.[38]

“The Other Side of Sadness: What the New Science of Bereavement Tells Us about Life After Loss” by George A. Bonanno
from The Other Side of Sadness: What the New Science of Bereavement Tells Us about Life After Loss
by George A. Bonanno, Limited, 2010

But let’s talk about longer-term forms of happiness – the kind of happiness that might make us smile when remembering the past or when looking at ourselves in the mirror.

“100 Truths You Will Learn Too Late: 2nd edition” by Luca Dellanna
from 100 Truths You Will Learn Too Late: 2nd edition
by Luca Dellanna
Luca Dellanna, 2019

Smiling faces fill the room as the class period opened with a few hilarious jokes about current events.

“Wounded by School: Recapturing the Joy in Learning and Standing Up to Old School Culture” by Kirsten Olson
from Wounded by School: Recapturing the Joy in Learning and Standing Up to Old School Culture
by Kirsten Olson
Teachers College Press, 2009

22 the saddest is this: to have once been happy: At Inferno 5.121-23 Francesca says, “There is no greater pain than to remember the happy time in wretchedness; and this your teacher knows” (trans.

“The Consolation of Philosophy: Ignatius Critical Editions” by Anicius Boethius, Scott Goins, Ph.D., Barbara H. Wyman, M.A., M.F.A
from The Consolation of Philosophy: Ignatius Critical Editions
by Anicius Boethius, Scott Goins, Ph.D., Barbara H. Wyman, M.A., M.F.A
Ignatius Press, 2011

build through joy with someone who is delighted to be with us; 5.

“Renovated: God, Dallas Willard, and the Church That Transforms” by Jim Wilder
from Renovated: God, Dallas Willard, and the Church That Transforms
by Jim Wilder
NAV Press, 2020

Mathieu SI: Happiness and Humor Group promotes life satisfaction for the senior center participants, Activities Adapt Aging 32(2):134–148, 2008.

“Nursing Diagnosis Handbook E-Book: An Evidence-Based Guide to Planning Care” by Betty J. Ackley, Gail B. Ladwig
from Nursing Diagnosis Handbook E-Book: An Evidence-Based Guide to Planning Care
by Betty J. Ackley, Gail B. Ladwig
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2010

Another type of happiness I recently experienced was watching my grandchildren graduate from high school and seeing the joy on my grandson’s face when he turned twenty-one.

“Thrilled to Death: How the Endless Pursuit of Pleasure Is Leaving Us Numb” by Archibald Hart
from Thrilled to Death: How the Endless Pursuit of Pleasure Is Leaving Us Numb
by Archibald Hart
Thomas Nelson, 2007

For example, when presented with a series of pictures showing facial expression of different levels of happiness or sadness, depressed patients consider fewer of the faces to be happy than do healthy volunteers presented with the same faces (Fig. 48.1).

“Rang & Dale's Pharmacology E-Book” by Professor of Clinical Pharmacology Guy's King's and St Thomas's Medical Schools James M Ritter, Rod J. Flower, Graeme Henderson, Yoon Kong Loke, David MacEwan, Humphrey P. Rang
from Rang & Dale’s Pharmacology E-Book
by Professor of Clinical Pharmacology Guy’s King’s and St Thomas’s Medical Schools James M Ritter, Rod J. Flower, et. al.
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2018

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  • Is it just me or is anyone else in elementary school and is so happy to have these amazing people to look up to their there for you when.

  • My school never posted my senior quote because it might’ve been too extreme even though there were kids posting racist stuff on theirs. 2020 really sucks. ��

  • I’m currently entering high school as a freshman in the next 3 weeks and this honestly made me sad. Congratulations to class of 2020.
    A guy in class of 2024

  • I hope my last 3 years of school are good aside from the regular drama!! in the uk kids from age 11-18 are all in one school so it’s kinda stays the same lmao.

  • I am a middle school senior and although I’m not in high school or college it’s still really sad that we don’t get that senior middle school experience ��

  • Being the class of 2023 and still having 3 years left of school and many many memories to make I cannot imagine not being able to say goodbye to my friends, school and peers I feel so sorry for you being in this situation ����

  • Thank you for all your support!! It means a lot. 
    Would anyone be interested in a Q&A video??
    If so, like this comment and reply to it with your questions!!

  • Thank you Jessica. I am a serious hobby photographer. Will be taking Senior Photos in the next few weeks. Have watched many videos. Like yours the best. They will help me.

  • Bro…your editing, man…it’s amazing. You’re the inspiration for young aspiring directors and video creators, especially for those making HS senior videos. Keep it up, dude. You have potential to do even better.

  • When All I Want started playing… man I started tearing up. I wish my senior class did something like this:( The school isn’t giving us anything after the summer, we got our diplomas in the mail, and that’s it.

  • What a beautiful young woman you are. I hope and PRAY that the biggest lesson you take away from this, 2020 is…………………..
    In life there are no fairy tale ending’s. I’m not saying this to be, Mean, cruel, sad, or to be a downer. I do not want to rain on any parade, or to burst anyone’s bubble.
    I am a mother of three beautiful children, I had a wonderful marriage full of real love, I became what I wanted to be in my career,
    (a firefighter/EMT/swift water rescue/ high angle/low angle tech. rescue/ instructor) I now have FIVE beautiful wonderful Grand
    Children whom I love with all my heart.
    So I don’t say these things because life has just been one bad thing after another. Life for the most part has been good. Yet fairy Tale endings are not real and never happen in real life. Really good things can and do happen just be wise enough to know the difference.
    I pray life is rewarding for you and that you are wise enough to know the difference.
    P.S. It is IMPOSSIBLE TO FAIL IN LIFE!!! you can only take a step back to learn a very powerful lesson that you need and get a chance to start again.
    God Bless

  • Literally crying my eyes out to this. July 2020 was meant to be my graduation after studying for 3 years at University and I had dreamed of that day since I was little and now it’s all gone. I haven’t been able to have that last day with all my class mates, say goodbye to any of my friends and just truly celebrate the end of this amazing journey. Not everyone will understand but it’s a true journey in which will stay with you forever and we were never prepared for a different ending that would crush that dream. Class of 2020 ����‍����

  • I’m gonna miss all of my friends that are seniors they impacted my life so much I looked up to them but I know there all gonna go out make there Marks on the world and there all gonna do great things I just know it

  • I feel so sad, I’m a senior:((
    I will miss my friends and school.
    Covid-19 arruinó todo lo que he anhelado durante todo este tiempo.
    Graduarme y tener un bello momento con mis amigos. ��

  • I graduate this coming Friday June 12th. My school did a two part graduation the first part was a virtual graduation which will be on the news the second part is a drive in graduation. I don’t feel that I lost out on anything cause my life every since I was 13Ive been going from foster home to foster home in the system so my normal is the not normal. Luckily for me I have three of my four past case workers coming to see me graduate and the forth I’ll be spending the whole weekend with so at the end off the day I’m happy I still have one even if I can’t invite my former foster moms that are still in my life.

  • 15:41 �� Hey there Delilah what’s it like in you’re city I’m a thousand miles away girl but tonight you look so pretty yes you do….time square can’t shine as bright as you…you know it’s true. ��