In case you fear feeling midlife crisis, to be happy and stay that way is a few simple step away. Switch off your mobile now and again, listen to music, head outdoors, or spend some time with friends.
Last week, a survey concluded that we are at our most miserable between the ages of 50 and 54 and that happiness doesn’t come round again until we are  aged 65-79.
However the academic says there are ways to tackle your own levels of happiness. Paul Dolan, a professor of behavioural science at the London School of Economics, says that theses patterns can be broken by taking care to enjoy the little things in life.
When you’re young you have all this false optimism about life. When you are in midlife most people haven’t achieved what they would like to, and then by the time you’re in your late 50s you start to get over yourself and start doing things you like, caring less about social comparisons. Happyho also provide best tarot reading services in Noida and Delhi NCR India area.
There is another key piece of advice. Don’t try a self-help book.It’s an explosive genre because they explain how you could feel but not how to achieve that. They don’t work, they merely encourage people to go and buy another self-help book.
Don’t pay attention to how happy things make you. Instead, find things which make you feel good, then do more of them.
Grappling with the concept of happiness might seem like a modern vlog obsession but is anything but. The U-shape in happiness has been replicated in surveys around the globe, in all cultures. Aristotle came up with the comment that “happiness depends upon ourselves” – at a time when unfortunately the quote’s potential as an inspirational Facebook posting could not be realized.
But if he enshrined happiness as a central purpose of human life and a goal in itself around 320BC, then the struggle people have to find well being today is more about the human condition than modern stress levels.
A long-term sustainable impact on your life can be achieved but not by sitting about thinking if only I was slimmer, fitter, richer, then I would be happier. It’s not going to happen, so you’ll still be miserable.